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Boggin's Dad

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  1. I think it was one of my favourites as a child, but years since I have had any - I reckon it might be Peaches
  2. Thank you for the DING - I guess this question has been proved incorrect in light of recent events, but however it does remain topical: Who is known for the quote: “Football is a simple game. Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans always win."?
  3. As a stab in the dark, Were they both designed by the same architect? if it is not that I do not have a clue
  4. I think it is traditionally a bright white, to contrast with the dark brown of the biscuit.
  5. Could he have been a victim of friendly fire? I am going to have a go with German.
  6. That a ding for Jim Davidson, along with John Virgo, Your shot now
  7. Sticking with the theme of snooker, Who presented the fabulous Saturday night entertainment show 'Big Break'?
  8. Could it be 155? If there was a free ball to start with.
  9. Provided numerous options for unknown geocaches, as their numbers also letters, by hiding numerals in text, blocks of text can be translated into numbers. Other options include sums that do not make sense, or lists of drinks' ingredients etc
  10. I am waiting for the QI klaxon, Nevada City..... Not sure which county it is in, but I suspect that is irrelevant.
  11. Speakers-corner is close with their first guess, I am going to give them the DING. My answer was 409 sq km Over to your
  12. West Berlin was created in the aftermath of World War 2. It was an enclave within East Germany, and blockaded in the late 1940s; the only way to get supplies into the city was by air, and between June 1948 and September 1949 the Berlin Airlift delivered all the goods this city needed to function My question is what was the area (in square kilometres) of West Berlin? I will use the trusted higher/lower technique of getting closer should it not hit exactly.
  13. I am going to have to give this one to searcherdog, but a close second and congratulations to Hal-an-tow for getting full marks, as he showed all his working My intitial sum led me to 928 - I was including the milking stool, but then had not added in me, and my true love.... So the answer I am going to judge as right is 976 which includes those extra 48 legs. Well done searcherdog A very festive ding for you - Over to you
  14. As we are entering the festive season. How many legs are there in the twelve days of Christmas?
  15. That's close enough for a high level ding. I had 11178 feet, however there is a little variation of individual elevation of the three mountains depending in source of information well done, and over to you
  16. Beach hut is the closest so far, but it is still higher. I think looking in books falls into the category of 'googling'
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