This is the second post on the new style J2O pub quiz. As well as the Mangled Mugs in the previous post they are doing something called Tangled Threads. The plots and key players of three films mixed together; you just have to see if you can untangle them.
I have converted the clips into a single ‘video’ so just click below and pause as you get to the end of each section; to give yourself time to scratch your head or argue with yourself about the answers.
A lady called Pippa contacted me from a company who are working with J2O, the fruity juice drink people; creating a new kind of pub quiz. I’ll admit the flattery worked (nice words about the blog and bribery with free drinks and a quiz book). She has sent me some samples of the quiz to share. Earlier today I posted my effort at picture merging for the local quiz. Above and below are the J2O high-tech versions that they call mangled mugs. So what to you think? Low-tech or High-tech? Can you solve them?
I’ll post J2O’s ‘Tangled Threads’ in a future blog.
A quick picture quiz for you; from one of the quizzes that were set when the PC was out of action. I may load some of the questions over the coming weeks. There will also be some news of a quiz format being tested by the people who make J2O but more of that later.
In the meantime I trashed a Sunday magazine, who are these people? Picture quiz PDF download
#f450 swift update……
Good news; the session on the Wii fit proved to me that the back pain was a strain from badminton. I admit resorting to the brufen but even better news the pain has now gone, so the yoga session probably helped pull things back into their rightful place. Yesterday was a lazy day exercise wise, just dog walking and housework. Food yesterday; breakfast the usual porridge and honey, lunch was home made leek and potato soup and for supper I actually used a recipe book. I concoted a ‘bake’ with veggies in the base and a topping which is basically a hummus of chick peas, tahini, garlic, herbs and lemon. The end result looks suspiciously like a pie when cooked but actually I didn’t find the combination of textures that pleasing. I think I would rather have kept everything raw and just dipped the veg in the hummus; saved on the electricity and the wait. Today I made watercress soup, which I love. I haven’t worked out what to do for supper; some kind of chilli I reckon.
Today I went back to Stradbroke for my second swim as part of a group with a coach. I am still very much the newbie amongst a group of experienced swimmers. If I can just master swimming and breathing in crawl this could all come together yet – otherwise I will be a drowned thing in June.
Now back to the question setting for the next quiz at Saxtead, 29th, 7.30pm – book in advance on 01728 685 064