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    (Original post by markovchain17)
    Did the Internet also give you an x factor winner with the surname Long-bailey?
    Sam Bailey.

    Had to find a politician with the name.:innocent:
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    The names are quite generic.
    Perhaps...but the combination of the four?
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    Thanks MR! That was fun
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    Aww this looks like it was another really fun quiz. Sorry I had to miss it.
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Here we go!!!

    Question 1:
    Carolina Raquel Duer
    Virginia Woolf
    Tennessee Williams
    Georgia of Clermont

    What do these four people all share?

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    Hmm, not sure.

    Edit: Oops, it appears I'm a bit late.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Hmm, not sure.

    Edit: Oops, it appears I'm a bit late.
    Just a tad.:mmm:
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    love for writing
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Here we go!!!

    Question 1:
    Carolina Raquel Duer
    Virginia Woolf
    Tennessee Williams
    Georgia of Clermont

    What do these four people all share?

    :ninja:
    Strange names
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    Looks like I missed the quiz of which I only knew the answer to question 4.
    Mind you saying things like "all humans. Not dead yet, all have names, none of the names are peter" etc would still have been correct for some.
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    (Original post by starfab)
    Looks like I missed the quiz of which I only knew the answer to question 4.
    Mind you saying things like "all humans. Not dead yet, all have names, none of the names are peter" etc would still have been correct for some.
    some of the questions needed a little logical thinking so you'd have been fine for a half after people posted answers
    have a fantabulously great day
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    Answers.

    So a day late but I thought I'd get this one done to save bumping the thread later. Geography week scores and a few leftover answers will come in the mega-thread soon I promise.:yep:

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    1. Carolina Raquel Duer, Virginia Woolf, Tennessee Williams and Georgia of Clermont all share part of their name with a US state.


    2. John Dalton, Sean Bean, Craig David and Franklin Pierce all share part of their names with James Bond actors.

    3. Banana, Black, Crisp and Canadian White are all types of bread.

    4. Lisa, Maracas, Bogoto and Montevidea are all South American capitals with one letter changed. Just "capital cities" will not be accepted.

    5. Julianne Hough, Michelle Fairley, David Tennant and Emma Thompson all starred in Harry Potter.

    6. Abernethy, Ricciarelli, Florentine and Lincoln are all types of biscuit.

    7. Believe it or not, Amy Winehouse, Bob Marley, Alicia Keys, and Dolly Parton have never had any UK number one songs.:nope:

    8. Eastern Hemlock, Black Locust, Sassafras and Dead Vlei are all types of tree. Well done if you got that one right.:yep:

    9. Half points will be awarded to those who said that Gareth Barry, Scott Parker, Martin Keown and David Seamen all played for England. The answer I was looking for was that they actually all captained England for just one game.

    10. Edmund Burke, Jesse Jackson, Lyndon B. Johnson and Rebecca Long-Bailey all share surnames with UK X-factor winners.


    Thanks for playing:thumbsup:

    Don't forget to tune into Food and Drink week.

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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Answers.

    So a day late but I thought I'd get this one done to save bumping the thread later. Geography week scores and a few leftover answers will come in the mega-thread soon I promise.:yep:

    Answers

    1. Carolina Raquel Duer, Virginia Woolf, Tennessee Williams and Georgia of Clermont all share part of their name with a US state.


    2. John Dalton, Sean Bean, Craig David and Franklin Pierce all share part of their names with James Bond actors.

    3. Banana, Black, Crisp and Canadian White are all types of bread.

    4. Lisa, Maracas, Bogoto and Montevidea are all South American capitals with one letter changed. Just "capital cities" will not be accepted.

    5. Julianne Hough, Michelle Fairley, David Tennant and Emma Thompson all starred in Harry Potter.

    6. Abernethy, Ricciarelli, Florentine and Lincoln are all types of biscuit.

    7. Believe it or not, Amy Winehouse, Bob Marley, Alicia Keys, and Dolly Parton have never had any UK number one songs.:nope:

    8. Eastern Hemlock, Black Locust, Sassafras and Dead Vlei are all types of tree. Well done if you got that one right.:yep:

    9. Half points will be awarded to those who said that Gareth Barry, Scott Parker, Martin Keown and David Seamen all played for England. The answer I was looking for was that they actually all scored one goal whilst captaining England.

    10. Edmund Burke, Jesse Jackson, Lyndon B. Johnson and Rebecca Long-Bailey all share surnames with UK X-factor winners.


    Thanks for playing:thumbsup:

    Don't forget to tune into Food and Drink week.

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    I'm pretty sure David Seaman has never scored a goal :confused:
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    (Original post by markovchain17)
    I'm pretty sure David Seaman has never scored a goal :confused:
    Apologies. Yes you're right. My original source was wrong. They've all captained England on one occasion only.:yep:
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Apologies. Yes you're right. My original source was wrong. They've all captained England on one occasion only.:yep:
    Ah that makes sense

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