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bearing

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Waitrose
Tesco's
Sainsbury's
Asda
Pond Life

They are renowned for using lots of bricks?
sheeps

Is the Dock Man barred from em all ?
Pond Life

Do they all sell wasp door buzzers as invented by Sheeps within the last hour?
Seal

They all have their own brand of clothing.
bearing

Clacker wrote:
Sir! Sir! Mr Bearing, Sir!

Are they supermarkets?


Very Close, but no.

I'm sure you'll get it on your next go.
Pond Life

have they all been in pop videos?
bearing

no im afraid not
Plastic Man

Is it Basildon power station?
Pond Life

Does Ben shop there?
bearing

no im afarid not
and
no im afraid not
jaffa cake

All currently 2 for 1 on dishwasher tablets?
bearing

Are they?

noimafraidnot
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

do they all feature in the 19th century paintings and drawings of Aubrey Beardsley?
Grind

Sir Bullingdon Craggwood wrote:
do they all feature in the 19th century paintings and drawings of Aubrey Beardsley?


Or the tapestry designs of William Morris (before he had kids).
bearing

noimafraidnot
noimafraidnot

Come on Clacker, you have only two answers on these quizzes and you've already used up Supermarkets!
Plastic Man

Eddie want to know if any of them has Stella on offer at the minute.

It's not so much an answer as a question.
bearing

Plastic Man wrote:
Eddie want to know if any of them has Stella on offer at the minute.

It's not so much an answer as a question.


http://supermarketspecialoffers.com/Search.aspx?Search=stella%20artois

http://www.comparesupermarketpric...ems.aspx?search=lager&query=1
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:
Eddie want to know if any of them has Stella on offer at the minute.

It's not so much an answer as a question.


http://supermarketspecialoffers.com/Search.aspx?Search=stella%20artois

http://www.comparesupermarketpric...ems.aspx?search=lager&query=1


Eddie asks me to extend to you his gratitude for your assistance.
Pond Life

Back to the question...

Are they all to blame for the death of local traders with local produce?

Is it something to do with milk?

They all supply trolleys?
bearing

noimafraidnot
noitisn't
thatsnotright
Peter Mandelson

It's not only wrong, it's completely implausible and actually quite offensive.
Plastic Man

They all have trollies with wonky wheels?
Pond Life

Bearing has worked in all of them?
bearing

allwrongagain
Pond Life

They have all denied the holocaust?
Seal

Is it 5?
smiling badger

Are they all Jewish ?
Plastic Man

11,000.000 bricks?
bearing

nononono
Pond Life

Plastic Man wrote:
Eddie want to know if any of them has Stella on offer at the minute.

It's not so much an answer as a question.


I hate to be the one to break this to you sir.....

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20090...lls-royce-into-tesco-6323e80.html
Plastic Man

Pond Life wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:
Eddie want to know if any of them has Stella on offer at the minute.

It's not so much an answer as a question.


I hate to be the one to break this to you sir.....

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20090...lls-royce-into-tesco-6323e80.html


"The court heard that unemployed Caton, who suffers from depression, was angry with Tesco because he had saved up for a bed and cupboard for his three-year-old son but a mattress he thought would come with it did not arrive."

It's enough to make anyone drink two bottles of whisky and smash a Rolls through the window at Tesco.

You should have seen the mess in McDonalds when Eddie found a slice of gherkin in his burger.
bearing

Clacker wrote:
Peter Mandelson wrote:
It's not only wrong, it's completely implausible and actually quite offensive.


I'm loving your contributions, Pete.

Pass the guacamole.


Are you going to use your other answer?
Pond Life

Are they all in Leeds?
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
Are they all in Leeds?


Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Mick McCann

Do they all employ old people, deaf people etc?

Or is it something to do with peoples names in their names?
bearing

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Here's a clue

Welsh and red hair
Fin

Neil Kinnock opened one of each
Plastic Man

Is it Llewellyn, the Cwmbran copper mine pit pony?

Some may call it red hair, but I would say it was more auburn.
Grind

bearing wrote:
Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Here's a clue

Welsh and red hair


Do they all smell of piss?
bearing

Finbar wrote:
Neil Kinnock opened one of each


Well done F, although he didn't open any of them (that I know of) the answer is indeed Neil Kinnock.

Tune in next time for an equally fantastic quiz question.
Grind

I was right then.
Plastic Man

Have you been caught shop-lifting in them all?
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
Finbar wrote:
Neil Kinnock opened one of each


Well done F, although he didn't open any of them (that I know of) the answer is indeed Neil Kinnock.

Tune in next time for an equally fantastic quiz question.


Did he get paid cash or in Stella? And what was his normal rate for those sort of gigs?
Pond Life

bearing wrote:
Finbar wrote:
Neil Kinnock opened one of each


Well done F, although he didn't open any of them (that I know of) the answer is indeed Neil Kinnock.

Tune in next time for an equally fantastic quiz question.


So what does link them all to him? He has shopped at them all?

Please explain the connection in  more detail.
Plastic Man

Mr Life - am I alone in thinking that it appears that we have yet another example of a quiz that has a correct answer, but to the wrong question?
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Finbar wrote:
Neil Kinnock opened one of each


Well done F, although he didn't open any of them (that I know of) the answer is indeed Neil Kinnock.

Tune in next time for an equally fantastic quiz question.


So what does link them all to him? He has shopped at them all?

Please explain the connection in  more detail.


Good Lord the answer is soooo obvious!

And because of that I'm not going to waste my fingers by telling you all.
Pond Life

He's shopped at them all?
bearing

Stop repeating yourself, it makes you look dim.
Pond Life

Well the answer may as well be my aunty Violet.

There needs to be an explanation. This is fast turning into a worse farce than the viaduct issue.
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
Well the answer may as well be my aunty Violet.

There needs to be an explanation. This is fast turning into a worse farce than the viaduct issue.


Did you just say Viaduct?

*taps side of nose*
Pond Life

I refuse to accept the answer until a full explanation is given

I shall try to instigate a general protest about this issue unless my demands are met.
Grind

Arsey student!
bearing

Grind wrote:
Arsey student!


I know he's not even started the course and he's already turning militant.
Pond Life

WHAT DO WE WANT?

We want the connection explained.


WHEN DO WE WANT THE CONNECTION EXPLAINED?

NOW!
Pond Life

*sits in*
Pond Life

He's fackin run off under the pressure!!!
Fin

HOCKLEY VIADUCT


This fine 110 year old Victorian edifice is the largest brick built  structure in the country, and the oldest in Britain with a concrete core. Despite these important facts, English Heritage refuse to grant this important piece of our heritage ‘Listed’ status.

Largest tryyryo.gif
Pond Life

Did you mean to put this on Badgers thread? Not the one where you supply the names of supermarkets then just name someone as a connection?
Fin

It is a bit of a rum do
Pond Life

Spot quiz.

What is the connection?

Bread
Eggs
Lead shot
Easter

I'll tell you the answer

Washers.

That is what this quiz is like.

Rubbish, rubbish and rubbish.
Fin

is it islands?
Pond Life

Yes the islands of south Kinnock.
Grind

Pond Life wrote:
Yes the islands of south Kinnock.


But do they have large brick supermarkets?
Pond Life

Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Yes the islands of south Kinnock.


But do they have large brick supermarkets?


Eddie wants to know if any of these large brick supermarkets have Stella on offer.

And I want to know if any of them want a member of the royal family to officially open them. (Cash only - sorry, no cheques).
Pond Life

I dont mean to be rude here people, but what the fuck are you doing? There is a massive injustice here and you're babbling about bricks, beer and islands.
Grind

Have suspicious ginger hairs been found in the cheese section at all these large island-based brick supermarkets?
Pond Life

*throws placard on floor, goes to student union bar, remembers that he doesn't drink, stomps off home*
bearing

Thank God he's gone, what a miserable Feck!
Pond Life

bearing

Christ his head has exploded!

Anyone want his place at Scumbags College?
Grind

bearing wrote:
Christ his head has exploded!

Anyone want his place at Scumbags College?


I can be his stunt double in the bar.

* Or something similar that rhymes *
bearing

Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
Christ his head has exploded!

Anyone want his place at Scumbags College?


I can be his stunt double in the bar.

* Or something similar that rhymes *


He doesn't drive a car though Grind.
Grind

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
Christ his head has exploded!

Anyone want his place at Scumbags College?


I can be his stunt double in the bar.

* Or something similar that rhymes *


He doesn't drive a car though Grind.


That's burst my double.

* Hic *
Plastic Man

M Bearing - aside from questions on the suitability, validity and accuracy of the original question, an otherwise entertaining quiz.

Well done, Sir.
bearing

Plastic Man wrote:
M Bearing - aside from questions on the suitability, validity and accuracy of the original question, an otherwise entertaining quiz.

Well done, Sir.


Ta very muchly your highness.
Grind

Still a little bemused.

* Wonders if Neil Kinnock is staffordshire rhyming slang *
bearing

Staffordshire needs to be capitalised Grind, see me after class!
Grind

bearing wrote:
Staffordshire needs to be capitalised Grind, see me after class!


Sir, I'm in the bar, pretending to be PL.  
Pond Life

Bearing, What connects Neil Kinnock to the afore mentioned supermarkets please?
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
Bearing, What connects Neil Kinnock to the afore mentioned supermarkets please?


I'll have to think about that one, you should really start your own thread for your own questions you know, but as you're a good lad I'll let you tack on to the end of this one.
Plastic Man

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Forest

Is it Peter Schmeichal?
bearing

Forest wrote:
Is it Peter Schmeichal?


I don't think so, but I will check.

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