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  1. #2011
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    Default close enough....more like right on!

    Didn't think I did too bad at all......
    crossed timbers......
    base support or foundation timbers...
    not bad for aussie chick!

    Who gets to ask the next question...?????
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    Funky, what do you mean with "webbed buttocks"? Does it make sense in any context? If instead of being lazy, as you said, you had done a bit more homework, you would have found that "grillagé derrière" generally refers to a motor vehicle "with the air vent (grille) behind".

    I claim the right to the next question. What does "dannato lazzarone" mean? (hint: it is Italian)

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    RE:I claim the right to the next question. What does "dannato lazzarone" mean? (hint: it is Italian)

    Literal translation is "dammed scoundrel" but maybe "slack bastard" is closer to the intent, that's well, that's how I heard it used on building sites anyway.

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    Close enough... but you have been in bad company. Both translations are ok, albeit rather pejorative, in the right context. Best one, both literally and in this context, is "damned slacker". Your turn!

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    Default question

    as there seems to be no question to answer I'll ask a few

    In Gullivers Travels what is Gullivers christian name?

    What is Tonto's horses name?

    and last what are Romeo and Juliet's surnames?

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    Hasn't been a quiz for a while.

    I am both a triangle and a square, what am I?


    Cheers
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    You'd be a number Micky
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    Quote Originally Posted by Claw Hama View Post
    You'd be a number Micky
    huh

    maybe, but not what I'm thinking.

    Cheers
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    Ok I thought you might have been a square/triangular number, ie 1, 36, 1225 etc etc ok maybe you're a set square.
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    Awww, you're no fun, I'll give it to you, but had in mind a a square like the Stanley quick square type.

    Now what'll I do with my Saturaday evening?

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by mic-d View Post
    Awww, you're no fun, I'll give it to you, but had in mind a a square like the Stanley quick square type.

    Now what'll I do with my Saturaday evening?

    Cheers
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    you could always try the other quiz.
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    Default new boy on the block

    Is there any chance of getting into this fun?Well here goes anyway hoping I,m not too presumptious ...who were the two main movie stars in the movie THE ENEMY BELOW and who played what part?

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