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helping a colleague do a quiz, you know the "7 d in a w" = 7 days in a week type, and we're at last few, I don't know the answers, do you?


5 L P W to M (5 little piggies went to Market)
10080 S in a W (I think this should be M (minutes in a week))
1 P H on a F (prancing horse on a Ferrari?)
21 P on a D (points on a dice)....should be spots
9 S of B
4 F in a P (face in a Pyramid) should be "on"
24 C in S (cathedrals in Scotland) guess

on you go :mrgreen:
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21 points on a Dice?

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4 faces on a pyramid?

Others not a clue.

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that's the 2 I guess, getting idea this is a badly written one :lol:
from a church group so think could be 24 cathedrals in Scotland

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9 symphonies of Beethoven?

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9 Symphonies of Beethoven?

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Maldini wrote:
28 Mar 2018, 20:57
9 symphonies of Beethoven?
snap!

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9 symphonies of Beethoven???

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Ahh

9 planets in the solar system.


Bin that!
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haha spooky!
would have been in same time if I could spell

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Most pyramids have 5 faces (counting base). Can be triangular though.

24C anything to do with carats rather than cathdrals?

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9 Sons of Bitches
10080 shits in a week
21 Pints on a dinnerbreak

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4 Fingers in a P....

Oh, can’t be right. KitKat doesn’t start with a P.

What else could it be

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Pack obviously.

Although there are some Ps that only have room for 2 fingers in and some that are designed for something more chunky.

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I don't know any of the answers but I did discover that this type of puzzle is called a DITLOID (should you ever need to Google for answers :wink:)

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morganb wrote:
28 Mar 2018, 22:21
I don't know any of the answers but I did discover that this type of puzzle is called a DITLOID (should you ever need to Google for answers :wink:)

the origin of the word ditloid is apparently from a cryptic crossword clue which appeared several years ago in the UK Daily Express newspaper: 1 = DitLoID, whose answer was One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich,

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