Hello and welcome to Fibbing Friday.
My partner Melanie of sparksfromacombustiblemind is still temporarily out of commission so I am flying solo at the moment.
You can join in by writing a post with your answers to my 10 questions below and tag it “Fibbing Friday” or #FibbingFriday.
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Bear in mind though that they are usually approved manually, so don’t be surprised if the link doesn’t show immediately as I may be late accessing my blog.
You can also leave a link to your post in the comments so that others can enjoy your answers and may like to join in as well! Also have a read of other bloggers answers if you can spare the time as some of them are terrific.
The idea is to have fun, be outrageous (but please keep it family friendly), silly, cheeky, or whatever takes your fancy as long as you fib your socks off.
Ailments is my theme this week and I am sure my readers can come up with new definitions or explanations for the following.
I’ll be back with my responses later.
1. What is carpal tunnel?
2. What is tennis elbow?
3. What is a pulled muscle?
4. What is tinnitus?
5. What are crows feet?
6. What are hammer toes?
7. What is pink eye?
8. What is vertigo?
9. What are cataracts?
10. What is swimmer’s ear?
These look like fun.
Trying to think of an angle for next week now!
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If I’m a day late, and a (Canadian) dollar short, then if I’m a week late, I owe 4.58 Pounds. In Euros that’s…. I’m gonna need my fingers to figure this out, so I’ll just set last week’s Fibbing Friday list down here. https://archonsden.wordpress.com/2022/08/26/dirty-too-fibbing-friday/
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More fun definitions to do! Yay! Here are my answers: