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  1. PanzerMeister

    PanzerMeister New Member

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    This is a quiz for most impossible questions. Try to make a question that is super-hyper-extra-hard.

    I can start (dunno if this is so hard):
    What was von Manstein just going to do when he received a phone call from Höpner on 15. August 1941?
     
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    Breathing presumably
     
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    No no, not that. It was something not very daily.
     
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    Have a bath? :grin:
     
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    Ricky-man, you're SO close, so close you know! But still no bingo!
     
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    And I was only joking...

    Ok - how about: he was about to go swimming.
     
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    BINGO BINGO! 8) 8) :smok:

    He was about to go swimming with his party (lake Samro, near Leningrad) after tiring driving. He said: Come on, gentlemen, swimming trunks on and into the lake! But nobody had time to react when messenger shouted: A call from Panzergruppe Stab, herr General!
    Manstein wasn't very happy about this interruption. There was Hoepner who told Manstein to take command of 16. Army.

    Ricky, your turn!
     
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    Um...

    Churchill was often known to take a frying pan & sausages into his toilet, and spend many hours in there. Why?

    ( :oops: sorry, this was the best I could think of at short notice. And no disgusting medical humour please! :grin: )
     
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    He had a oven in his toilet. ??????????? :grin:
     
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    Maybe, maybe not... :wink:
     
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    He was feeding the sewer-crocs with the sausages and the frying pan was used to... Errr... Errrr...
     
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    hit them on the head if they climbed up the toilet? :grin:

    Hint: my question should read:

    Churchill was often known to take a frying pan & sausages into his 'toilet', and spend many hours in there. Why?
     
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    Because he ate breakfast on his bed? :lol:

    (I know he did this and I know it often took him many hours. Beyond that it's a wild guess)
     
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    I give up.

    Only unusual feature about Churchill I know is that he had a anchor-tattoo in his arm.
     
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    I'll wait until tomorrow to answer, to give everyone a chance...
     
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    Did Churchill have the only key to this toilet?
     
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    I believe so...
    Although his secretary was known to join him in there.
    Do you think you know the answer.
     
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    He used to play "hunt the sausage" with his secretary in the toilet

    FNG
     
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    It was the only place he could get any peace & quiet. And he wasn't supposed to eat sausages, so he did it in private.

    Churchill's toilet & the Lord Privy Seal, anyone know that story??!!!
     
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    He may have been by himself but he did have long conversations. :smok:
     

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