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2022 Exeweb Advent Calendar Quiz XVII: Prediction, Warm Up & General Discussion Thread

Alistair20000

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How about Only Connect type questions?😅 #victoriaforever
I hope the Quiz will bring pleasure to Polsloe this year

Aren't her questions a bit high brow ?
 

Tim Long

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Having escaped the Swanny Terror competitors might like to try this one.

It was lined up as a quick fire question but has been chalked off by the Quality Control Panel as not fit for purpose

No workings will be required for QF rounds of course.





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Bertie Cozic. Question homophonically ruled to be a bit crepe
 

iscalad

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I hope the Quiz will bring pleasure to Polsloe this year

Aren't her questions a bit high brow ?
Who cares about the questions? 😉😄
This Polsloe is pretty rubbish at the EACQ.😪
 

Alistair20000

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Who cares about the questions? 😉😄
This Polsloe is pretty rubbish at the EACQ.😪
6th place in 2020 was very respectable.

Just a thought like
 

Spoonz Red E

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Is this a veiled request to have catchphrase type questions ?
It could be nice to see you try one.
To see you try one - nice.
 

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Mick Brownstone. (Camper)
 

Tim Long

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Alistair20000 said:
Having escaped the Swanny Terror competitors might like to try this one.

It was lined up as a quick fire question but has been chalked off by the Quality Control Panel as not fit for purpose

No workings will be required for QF rounds of course.






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Bertie Cozic. Question homophonically ruled to be a bit crepe
Don't need to show workings but Cozic was born in Quimper and, IIRC, wore number 29. Or was it 14?!
 

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Tony Kellow.






Beyond quimper. :cool:
 

Alistair20000

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Don't need to show workings but Cozic was born in Quimper and, IIRC, wore number 29. Or was it 14?!
Bertie delivered le crunch in a numero quatorze chemise.
 

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Think Gary Cardwell needs to stamp his own personality on our team and a decent cup run could just be the catalyst that could get him the status he needs.
Play Nombe up front from the start, if Diabate's fit then bring him back into central defence and we're all set!

Oxford 0, City 2
Collins, Stansfield.
 
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