Marie-Celine responded to the Fibbing Friday questions posed by PCGuyIV this week and her answers were so brilliant, I tried to reblog it and couldn’t.
So while she’s checking out if she can change her settings accordingly, I’m doing the next best thing and copying her answers here.
Honestly, you’ll love them, especially 7!
Click on her link above to read more
- What is the Pythagorean Theorem?
The safest way for three people to stand in a triangle formation during social distancing, whereby the shortest side of the triangle cannot be less than 2m
- What is the Higgs boson better known as?
This is the name given to a supermarket trolley that has a malfunctioning wheel
- Technically an acronym, what does COVID-19 actually stand for?
Can’t Order [fresh] Vegetables In December for another 19 years
- What is the Theory of Relativity?
When children block their parents on social media
- What is Newton’s Third Law?
Toast always lands butter side down
- What is the difference between mass and weight?
Mass is a religious service and weight is what you do at a bus stop
- What is the formula for density?
Den Watts was a character in the BBC soap, EastEnders, about folks living in the city of London, specifically Albert Square. The postcode for Albert Square is E20. The real square that inspired the soap is Fassett Square which has a postcode E8. The program is filmed at Elstree Studios, postcode WD6 1JG. Therefore density (Den’s City) can be found using the following formula: e20 + e8 = wd61jg × albert²
- What is the process by which a solid transforms directly into a gas called?
Beam Me Up Scotty
- What makes biology unique compared to other sciences?
- According to one particular idiom, what do April showers bring?
Bambi and Thumper