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Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby Juddernaut88

HappyCamper wrote:chris sutton? before he earned his move to chelsea.


Correct :) All 3 scored 18 league goals. Owen the only one that made it in the England squad for France 98.

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby HappyCamper

dion dublin is something of a polymath, since retirement from professional football now presents property investment television programmes. he also invented the dube, which is what specific type of device?

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby SnookerEd25

HappyCamper wrote:dion dublin is something of a polymath, since retirement from professional football now presents property investment television programmes. he also invented the dube, which is what specific type of device?


A musical instrument.

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby HappyCamper

SnookerEd25 wrote:
HappyCamper wrote:dion dublin is something of a polymath, since retirement from professional football now presents property investment television programmes. he also invented the dube, which is what specific type of device?


A musical instrument.


more specific!

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby SnookerEd25

HappyCamper wrote:
SnookerEd25 wrote:
HappyCamper wrote:dion dublin is something of a polymath, since retirement from professional football now presents property investment television programmes. he also invented the dube, which is what specific type of device?


A musical instrument.


more specific!


Percussion.

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby HappyCamper

SnookerEd25 wrote:
HappyCamper wrote:
SnookerEd25 wrote:
HappyCamper wrote:dion dublin is something of a polymath, since retirement from professional football now presents property investment television programmes. he also invented the dube, which is what specific type of device?


A musical instrument.


more specific!


Percussion.


correct! a hollow wooden box similar to a cajón.

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby SnookerEd25

Name the Scottish percussionist, known for being hearing-impaired, who performed at the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby HappyCamper

as a scottish percussionist that was quite easy for me. though my hearing is intact.

what were the names of the official mascots of the 2012 london olympic games. a pair of anthropomorphised steel girders from the construction of the olympic stadium; their names were inspired by a shropshire town, and a buckinghamshire hospital, which hosted event said to have been precursors to the modern olympic and paralympic games?

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby Iranu

The Shropshire town is Wenlock I think, don’t know the Buckinghamshire town. I’ll guess Winslow for alliteration.

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby HappyCamper

SnookerEd25 wrote:We lock & Mandeville. Pretty sure that was it.


correct. wenlock and mandeville. and here they are the lovable scamps;
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Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby HappyCamper

Prop wrote:Ok, staying on bolts.

Where might you witness a dirty thunderstorm?


that gotta be pornhub.

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby Iranu

HappyCamper wrote:
Prop wrote:Ok, staying on bolts.

Where might you witness a dirty thunderstorm?


that gotta be pornhub.

rofl

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby Prop

HappyCamper wrote:
Prop wrote:Ok, staying on bolts.

Where might you witness a dirty thunderstorm?


that gotta be pornhub.


rofl :clap:

I’m nominating that in the funny post thread!

Re: Never Ending General Knowledge

Postby Iranu

Prop wrote:Ok, staying on bolts.

Where might you witness a dirty thunderstorm?

Had to look this up. Interesting stuff.