Welcome to my daily Three Things Challenge!
Our numbers now begin with a prefix of M (the Roman numeral for 1000) and I’ve introduced a theme each week. The words can be used in a variety of contexts, so use your imagination and see where your creativity takes you. Your post doesn’t have to be connected to the theme and you can use all three words, two or just one. There are no restrictions regarding length, style, or genre, but please keep it family friendly.
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Thank you all for your continued support and as always I look forward to reading your contributions.
This week’s theme is another random selection.
Your final three words for this week are:
If a hen-and-a-half laid an egg-and-a-half, in a day-and-a-half, how long did it take Archon’s Den to lay this geriatric Fibbing Friday here? https://archonsden.wordpress.com/2022/10/21/fibbing-friday-xvii/
would like to see half a hen lay half an egg.
It seems like you may never have heard that surreal joke. Perhaps it’s a North American thing. 😳
If a hen-and-a-half laid an egg-and-a-half in a day-and-a-half, how many nuts would you find in a pound of butter??
The answer is, “A freight-train, because ice-cream doesn’t have bones.” 😕
OK…….. that has to be in one of the 1000 jokes for kids books along with what’s white and hides in trees………… a fridge.
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I’m sitting here, a mug of hot tea in front of me, catching up on blogs. This is the life!
I can see!!!! Good to see you Carol Anne.