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  • Col
    started a topic Pick one, pass it on

    Pick one, pass it on

    What with the word and picture association threads springing up here, I thought it might be a good time to introducea topic which I've posted on other forums and it seems to usually be quite successful.

    I'll start by giving you a choice. You can't reply "all" or "neither" or anything of the same meaning. You have to pick your favourite from the list. Then to continue the topic, you post another choice for someone else to answer. The choice can have as many options as you like. It's quite good for getting to know people.

    So I'll start with:

    Twix or KitKat?

  • Burn-IT
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    I liked Salma's Puss in Boots!!

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  • RandomPC
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    Satya Nadella (because I probably know even less about him than the other execs).

    Now for a really tricky one - I had to think HARD about this for a long time and you might want to do some research before answering:

    Monica Bellucci or Salma Hayek?

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  • Col
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    Being. I am, therefore I am.

    Satya Nadella, Larry Page or Tim Cook?

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  • dwoo
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    Originally posted by Stevo101 View Post
    You're or your?
    Want to point at me and laugh


    I have something similar to dyslexia and know there they're their. Recently nailing your you're but I'm less than a month away from 30 and still don't know the difference between........



    Been and being?

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  • Stevo101
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    You're or your?

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  • Salad Soup
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    Originally posted by cruciate View Post
    They're or there

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  • cruciate
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    They're or there

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  • Salad Soup
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    Originally posted by Stevo101 View Post
    Samsung, or Apple?
    they're both the same - You're meant to put two different things on
    Last edited by Salad Soup; 26-07-15, 16:40.

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  • Stevo101
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    Living in the UK, I'm more accustomed to Winter, so as much as I love Summer, I guess I'd be best saying Winter.

    Samsung, or Apple?

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  • cruciate
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    It is the top one. And good question. I don't know.

    Summer or winter?
    Basically, long days and bare legs or gluwein, rosy cheeks and log fires?

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  • Avro
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    Top one, I just seem to relate it to days more than random words.
    And it's Weds for the same reason Hampshire is Hants, no one knows.

    Solar Panel or Wind Turbine?

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  • Col
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    Petroglyph, probably because I'm more graphically minded.

    Shorthand days:

    Tues, Weds and Thurs
    or
    Tue, Wed and Thu

    If you pick the top one, answer me this: Why is it Weds and not Wednes?

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  • RandomPC
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    So let's try to get this thread back on track.

    Petroglyph or Heiroglyph?

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  • scrivz69
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    Lol weird.

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