The Guernsey Dingbat Quiz
Oct27

The Guernsey Dingbat Quiz

Dingbats are always a good source for visio-cryptic style quiz questions. So in this article we’ve created some exclusive Guernsey themed Dingbats – they are either Guernsey Places or ‘Guernsey things’.

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Quiz Time – London Underground Emoji Quiz
Sep26

Quiz Time – London Underground Emoji Quiz

London Underground Stations are always a good source for visio-cryptic style quiz questions. So in this article we’ve gatherd together some cryptic Emojis we found floating around the internet, so see how many London tube stations you can guess.

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More Milligan Magic
Aug12

More Milligan Magic

Some humerous poetry from the wacky world of the master of mirth … Mr Spike Milligan.
I’m not frightened of Pussy Cats.
They only eat up mice and rats,
But a Hippopotamus
Could eat the Lotofus

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Milligan’s Magical Mirth
Jul08

Milligan’s Magical Mirth

Some humerous poetry from the wacky world of the master of mirth … Mr Spike Milligan.
There are holes in the sky
Where the rain gets in,
But they’re ever so small
That’s why rain is thin.

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Dingbats
Aug09

Dingbats

Test your knowledge on phrases and sayings with these Dingbat graphics …

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More Colemanballs, or a bad case of “foot in mouth”
May14

More Colemanballs, or a bad case of “foot in mouth”

BBC sports commentator David Coleman frequently got completely carried away with hillarious consequences. Here’s a round up of some of this lovely man’s heat of the moment gaffs. Plus to his spirit is not dead in today’s British sport commentary we include some hillarious comtemporary quotes and quips

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True or False, Fact or Fiction
Nov27

True or False, Fact or Fiction

A lot of what we ‘know’ to be true can sometimes turn out to be no more than an ‘urban legend’. IS : Chewing gum is a controlled substance in Singapore? or DOES An apple contains enough cyanide to kill a man ? : Can you tell whether they’re fact or fiction ?

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Colemanballs, or a bad case of “foot in mouth”
Oct30

Colemanballs, or a bad case of “foot in mouth”

Colemanballs – a term coined by Private Eye magazine to describe verbal gaffes perpetrated by (usually British) sports commentators. David Coleman is a British national treasure. During his time as a BBC sports commentator he frequently got completely carried away with hillarious consequences. Here’s a round up of some of this lovely man’s heat of the moment gaffs. Plus to prove the spirit of Colemanballs is not dead...

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Exotic Paper Planes
Sep28

Exotic Paper Planes

Paper planes don’t have to be boring. Here are some rather exotic designs to print out and fold …

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Dingbats
Sep07

Dingbats

Test your knowledge on phrases and sayings with these Dingbat graphics …

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Milligan Magic
Aug21

Milligan Magic

As well as being king of surreal comedy Spike Milligan was an accomplished poet … so here’s some humorous poetry from the master of mirth … Mr Spike Milligan.

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True or False, Fact or Fiction
Aug14

True or False, Fact or Fiction

A lot of what we ‘know’ to be true can sometimes turn out to be no more than an ‘urban legend’. Did the Nazi’s invent Fanta ? Does ‘Colgate’ means ‘go hang yourself’ in Spanish ? Can you tell whether they’re fact or fiction ?

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Are you a true Guern? … take the test
Jul13

Are you a true Guern? … take the test

Do you consider yourself a true Guern? What about if you had to take the test that’s part of the British citizenship exam?

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True or False, Fact or Fiction
Feb10

True or False, Fact or Fiction

A lot of what we ‘know’ to be true can sometimes turn out to be no more than an ‘urban legend’. Van Gogh only sold 1 painting or a Tulip could cost as much as a house. Can you tell whether they’re fact or fiction ?

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Dingbats
Nov11

Dingbats

Test your knowledge on phrases and sayings with these Dingbat graphics …

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