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fartcatcher

What Links (Part 8)

I got 3 of these

1. The Earls of Carlisle and Dukes of Marlborough architecturally

2. Mario Vargas Llosa, Graham Greene, Brandon Thomas

3. Tippoo's Tiger, Canova's Three Graces, Great Bed of Ware

4. The Boys of Summer, The Heat is On, Life's been Good

5. Incus, malleus, stapes

6. Laurence Olivier, Timothy Dalton, Raplh Fiennes, Cliff Richard

7. Orcombe Point, Devon and Old Harry Rocks, Dorset
Fin

4. The Boys of Summer, The Heat is On, Life's been Good

Songs by various members of The Eagles


I'll leave the rest for the others
fartcatcher

Fin wrote:
4. The Boys of Summer, The Heat is On, Life's been Good

Songs by various members of The Eagles


I'll leave the rest for the others


correct Fin!
Forest

Is the answer to No. 6 Harry?
Pond Life

6 all born in India
fartcatcher

Pond Life wrote:
6 all born in India


that was what i said. but it was wrong. as was harry.

it was Cliff Richard that threw me *. the other three together make more sense.

* not literally obviously
Pond Life

6 All had dads in the army?
fartcatcher

Pond Life wrote:
6 All had dads in the army?


no - i will give you a bit of a clue.

part of the answer is contained in one of the four names.
Pond Life

They have all won the Olivier award?
Forest

6 they all played heathcliffe in withering heights
fartcatcher

Forest wrote:
6 they all played heathcliffe in withering heights


correct.

i didn't realise cliff's acting career had scaled such heights. maybe it was a musical version with una stubbs as the bint with the doyleys
grunt

They've all had Una Stubbs (except Cliff obviously)
Pond Life

fartcatcher wrote:
Forest wrote:
6 they all played heathcliffe in withering heights


correct.

i didn't realise cliff's acting career had scaled such heights. maybe it was a musical version with una stubbs as the bint with the doyleys


He was brilliant in it, he should have won the Olivier award for it.
Plastic Man

Re: What Links (Part 8)

fartcatcher wrote:
5. Incus, malleus, stapes


Dem de ear bones.
Pond Life

Re: What Links (Part 8)

Plastic Man wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
5. Incus, malleus, stapes


Dem de ear bones.


Are you a doctor?
grunt

Ears don't have bones.
Grind

5. Is something aural.
Grind

2. All had a lovely weekend in Brighton. Or not.
Pond Life

grunt wrote:
Ears don't have bones.


they have three of them. in the inner ear.
Grind

I'm Googling the rest.
fartcatcher

5 is the ear bones. dem are all connected
Grind

Pond Life wrote:
grunt wrote:
Ears don't have bones.


they have three of them. in the inner ear.


I knew that because I'm a doctor.
grunt

Pond Life wrote:
grunt wrote:
Ears don't have bones.


they have three of them. in the inner ear.


Really?! What are they called?
Grind

I actually knew 7, but didn't realise it.

Does that count?
Pond Life

grunt wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
grunt wrote:
Ears don't have bones.


they have three of them. in the inner ear.


Really?! What are they called?


What am i? A doctor? They're called fucking ear bones.
grunt

This is the most difficult quiz yet.
Pond Life

grunt wrote:
This is the most difficult quiz yet.


It has sprained one of my five eye bones.
Grind

Even Google is telling me to politely fuck off and do some real research.
fartcatcher

No 7 was recently featured on Radcliffe and Maconies radio show. That's on radio 2.
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
No 7 was recently featured on Radcliffe and Maconies radio show. That's on radio 2.


We've only got one radio, so I'm fucked on that one.
Forest

Is 2 something to do with Cuba, Vargas sounds like he could be Cuban and Graham Greene wrote Our man in Havana?
bearing

There's a bone in the ear which is the smallest bone in the body I think.
fartcatcher

put you out of your misery on the others.

1. Houses designed by Vanbrugh. Castle Howard and Blenheim Palace
2. Literary aunts
3. In the V&A museum

bet you're all kicking yourselves for not getting no 1.
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
put you out of your misery on the others.

1. Houses designed by Vanbrugh. Castle Howard and Blenheim Palace
2. Literary aunts
3. In the V&A museum

bet you're all kicking yourselves for not getting no 1.


I almost got 2 right.  
Dalek

7 - These are the Western and Eastern recognised limits of the "Jurassic Coast"
Pond Life

Dalek wrote:
7 - These are the Western and Eastern recognised limits of the "Jurassic Coast"


Yeah it is fine to come in and cherry pick the easy ones.
Grind

Dalek wrote:
7 - These are the Western and Eastern recognised limits of the "Jurassic Coast"


Prolly a load of discarded dino deck chairs gave that away.

That and the sticks of rock, obviously.  
Dalek

Were 2 all resident writers at Oxford University?
Dalek

Grind wrote:
Dalek wrote:
7 - These are the Western and Eastern recognised limits of the "Jurassic Coast"


Prolly a load of discarded dino deck chairs gave that away.

That and the sticks of rock, obviously.  


And the grumpy old sod selling ice creams!

Fin

bearing wrote:
There's a bone in the ear which is the smallest bone in the body I think.

Is it not left over from when we were fish type creatures?
or am i thinking of something else
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
There's a bone in the ear which is the smallest bone in the body I think.


According to your missus, in your case it's your todger bone.
Dalek

bearing wrote:
There's a bone in the ear which is the smallest bone in the body I think.


That is the stapes.
Forest

Dalek wrote:
bearing wrote:
There's a bone in the ear which is the smallest bone in the body I think.


That is the stapes.


Fo 'shizzle

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