DWJ Quiz -- Who's Running Your Town

Charles Butler hannibal at thegates.fsbusiness.co.uk
Thu May 6 06:49:30 EDT 2004


> 1. The area in which you live is
>
> b. The inner city
>
> 2. Your house is - sorry, none of the below!
>
> a. Mock tudor
> b. A squat
> c. A converted vicarage
> d. Where no one else wants to live
> e. Made of glass and steel
> f. A working farm
> g. A flat above a shop
>
>
> 3. Your cup of tea (if not actually flavoured
> with curry or vinegar) is
> d. In a thick cup which wasn't washed properly
>
> 4. Your nearest pub is
> e. A tarted up student venue
>
> 5. What keeps you awake at night
> b. Worrying whether the door is unlocked
>
> 6. What wakes you up in the morning
> a. Your alarm clock at exactly the same time
> every day.
>
>
> 7. Your neighbour
> a. Keeps their hedges trimmed and their lawns
> mowed.
>
>
> 8. Public transport is
> b. Dangerous
>
> 9. The local shops are
> d. Hardware stores (run by Thomas Piper - oops, that's another book!)
>
> 10. Local schools ar
> e. Specialising in IT
>
> 11. The local park has
> d. A scruffy bit of grass between the council
> depot and the ringroad
>
> 12. For a good day out the locals
> c. Go to a music festival.
>
>
> 13. The locals like to wear
> c. Bright colours in flowing materials
>
> 14. The appropiate school of criticism is
> c. Comparitive mythology
>

Shine and Torquil, with contributions from Dillian, Erskine and Venturus -
but nothing at all (to my surprise) from Hathaway, nor (to my relief) from
Archer.

Charlie

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