Sunday, January 07, 2007

2007 Competition Time

I once narrowly missed out in a blogging competition on winning a virtual caravan . I was so gutted, as I'm sure were all the other losing contestants, that I have decided to give you all another opportunity to win a similar prize. In one of my fields there is an actual real caravan, yes a real one, which I have been told dismantled would be worth at least £50 scrap value (prize to be collected by the winner at their own cost). Anyway, Good Luck everyone.
To win the prize you must answer both questions correctly - obviously first correct answers win, but to avoid the post falling flat on its arse as soon as the correct answer comes in, any amusing response can be proclaimed the actual winner above the correct answer. So don't forget, even if you don't know the answers, just by leaving a comment you are still in with a chance to win this superb prize.
Obviously in a competition with such an outstanding prize, to avoid dissappointment I would advise early entry - readers of my blog will know this is something I have long been in favour of.

So here we go.

Who said
'Avant-garde is French for bullshit'

Which movie is the following quote in
'A woman needs a reason to have sex, a man just needs a place'

Happy New Year

16 comments:

  1. 1. Jacques Chirac

    2. Brokeback Mountain

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  2. mmmmmmmm tricky Geoff - not my answers - how the f*** am I gonna sort this out.

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  3. Brian Sewell
    Barney the Dinosaur and the penile warts.

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  4. a) The Titfield Thunderbolt

    b) Wallace and Gromit and the Wrong Trousers

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  5. Beg pardon, that was John Gregson in The Titfield Thunderbolt

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  6. 1. The same person who said, “Latte" is French for "you paid to much for that coffee.”

    2. The Life and Times of Lembit Opik.

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  7. I was gping to play but then I realized that there's no way I could collect the prize!

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  8. John Lennon...

    Billy Crystal...not from a movie though, or at least I don't think so.

    Heck, I watch too much tv and spend too much time reading.

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  9. vicus scurra

    Watership Down.

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  10. Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen, after six double Glenfiddichs at the Groucho Club.

    Fritz the Cat.

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  11. 1. me (really.)
    2. me-the movie, starring King Richard III and Julie Strain

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  12. 1. Tony Soper.
    No, wait, that was '... French for blue tit.'

    2. The Life Aquatic.
    Or was that 'plaice'?

    3. I don't know.

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  13. Amazing! we have two winners. One for getting almost the correct answer and one for making me laugh the most with an incorrect one.
    Thank you all for entering and thank you for the exceptionally high quality of your entries. It has made judging a pleasure if not a little difficult.

    So the winner for the nearest correct answer goes to Awaiting, correct on John Lennon, correct on Billy Crystal, but didn't get the movie, City Slickers.

    And second for funniest entry was First Nations with her co actress in the movie Julie Strain. Could perhaps only have been bettered by Julie Stain.

    Again thank you all and hope you all enter again next year.

    It would be great if the winners could pick up the prize as soon as possible, cos it is real eyesore up there in my field and the national park want it moved. I've given them your names and addresses and told them it's your responsibility ok.

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  14. bugger I've missed the boat - lucky really I hate caravans and also I didn't know the answers

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