It’s Fibbing Friday again. Time to get your wading boots on and start fibbing! PCGuyIV is our host today, and the questions are below.
- How did tartar sauce get its name?
When you go to the dentist and the assistant scrapes the junk of your teeth, they save it, add some mayonnaise and pickle relish to it, and Voila! Tartar sauce.
Why is Mardis Gras (aka Shrove Tuesday) also known as Pancake Day?
Because it is the day that everyone in New Orleans cooks up several batches of pancakes, then drives around town with them, lobbing them at people. Fun!
Why do so many people eat fish during Lent?
Nothing else to do.
What is the difference between sushi and sashimi?
Sashimi has an extra syllable.
What is noodling?
It’s a practice originating in the wilds of Andorra in which people go out and catch wild noodles with their bare hands.
How do you clean a fish?
I fill up the sink with lukewarm water and add some Mr. Bubble. Then I get a powder puff and it’s rub-a-dub-dub time! Be sure to wash under their gills. Very gently.
What are Swedish fish?
Swedish fish are very persnickety in that they will only allow themselves to be caught by fishermen and women using gravlax for bait.
What is a Bishop’s Mitre?
It’s a mitre passed down from Bishop to Bishop.
What was the movie, The Shoes of the Fisherman about?
It’s about this guy who likes to fish and has all kinds of fun adventures with his shoes.
What is the first day after Lent known as?