Thanks to Frank for hosting Fibbing Friday this week, a fun challenge where we can lie through our teeth and get away with it as the questions might be legit, but the answers are pure fiction!
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- What is the Battle of Little Big Horn better known as?
Bullfight at the OK Corral.
- Who wrote the Gettysburg Address?
The General Post Master
- Who said, “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.”?
Roland McDonald at the Beef Farmers Union Meeting.
- What happened at the Bay of Pigs in April of 1961?
The biggest barbecue of the century.
- What does the Cold-War acronym, SALT stand for?
It’s a repeat order to the bartender meaning Same as Last Time.
- What was Abraham Lincoln’s profession before entering into politics?
Second hand car dealer.
- Why did George Washington refuse to run for a third term as President of the United States?
He got hit on the head by a broken cherry tree branch and lost his memory.
- What are the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution better known as?
Donald Trump’s Tweets.
- Who has the largest signature on the Declaration of Independence?
- What is the significance of Plymouth Rock?
It’s an original candy called Plymouth with Rock written all the way through it.