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Jan-4-2005 18:37

See if there is interest for this.

1. Each day I will post 10 questions, at random times of the day.
2. Each Quiz runs exactly 24 hours.
3. The first person that has all 10 questions right, wins. Or if no one has all questions right, the best one wins.
4. You can only post answers ONCE for the same quiz.
5. No cash involved. Just glory. :)


Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon

May-24-2006 04:00

1. A crazy person - a lunatic :D (all of Sleuth players).
2. A greeting... perhaps hello.
3. A baby kangaroo or Joey on Friends with a thesaurus.
4. It's a sheep. (Male, I think and old?)
5. Milk.
6. Mosquito.
7. A bag to throw up in.
8. Sausage.
10. Work, usually hard, back breaking kind. None of that crap done on computers ;).


May-24-2006 04:03

Say again?? - *lol* - bonus points if you can decipher what the Android was saying ;D


May-24-2006 04:04

Oops - sorry LED, your post wasn't there when I started typing :D

Rosamund Clifford
Rosamund Clifford
Tale Spinner

May-24-2006 04:28

LED, that was quick! I knew only one, joey (thanks to "Dot and the kangaroo") and guessed two more, sunnies and moo juice (it has a fine onomatopeic sound to it), but what did Android say? Was it Etruscan? Translation, please!


May-24-2006 05:33

*lol* - oki since LED had so many right answers with elaborated explanations even!!, we don't need to keep this one open for further entries :)

However, my dictionary reference have different answers for 7 and 8 so maybe we should ask our "local" expert to come to our aid as I'm not sure I dare say LED is wrong since she is from the "area" :D

She still wins, though - bravo and well done :)


May-24-2006 05:42

Or maybe I should have said "good on ya mate for cracking this hum dinger of a quiz" - although it doesn't sound as convincing when I try to put the words in a sentence :D

Safety Officer

May-24-2006 07:07

lol well as much as sausages are full of offal and other interesting animal tid bits (lots of snout I believe), they're not full of vomit (I hope), so 7. Mystery Bag is a Sausage. And 8. Sanger is a Sandwich, as opposed to a 'snag' which is a sausage also. Confused? try living here. And ummm 2. Hooroo is a 'goodbye'.

My sentence : strewth (cor / wow / gee) that's a bottler (something great / super) of a quiz cobber (mate / buddy / pal / friend)!



May-24-2006 07:27

Whoopsy, I apologize for missing LED's answer to question 2 (2 was indeed supposed to be goodbye and not hello - also according to my helpful dictionary :D), I was just so dazzled by all her additional comments (especially the one about the sheep because my trusty dictionary didn't elaborate on the definition) that I forgot to pay attention :D

Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon

May-24-2006 10:06

Actually, that was really hard. I guessed a lot of answers :D

Story Teller

May-25-2006 00:20

My brother used to stutter and he had to do all kinds of tongue twisters to help him, most of them are fairly well known…

I thought a filling the blanks might be easier…

1. She sells ….by the sea shore.
2. Peter Piper picked a ……. of pickled peppers.
3. Around the ragged rocks the rugged ……… ran.

This isn’t one my brothers speech pathologist taught him…

4. I’m not the pheasant plucker I’m the pheasant plucker’s mate, I’m only plucking pheasants coz the ………….

5. Betty Botter had some butter, "But," she said, "this butter's …………
6. A big black bug bit a big black ……..
7. How much wood would a …………. chuck if a ………………. could chuck wood?
8. Silly Sally swiftly shooed …………. silly sheep
9. All I want is a cup of proper coffee made in a proper ………… coffee pot.

This is extra for Rosamund...

Na vrh brda vrba …… [which apparently is a Croation tongue-twister… and yes I don’t know which part of the phrase I have removed! ]

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