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  1. merlin phpbb3

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    Go for ...'tofu'
    .

    Muffet?

    or

    Aracnid?

    Was the connection 'St Bernard Dogs? and Brandy? but I can't see the 'foxhound connection)
     
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    OK, one heck of a jump from bean curds to curds and whey, but not too shabby :D

    Arachnid

    Peter Parker or P-61?
     
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    P 61.

    Black widow?

    or

    Lucrezia Borgia?
     
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    Poisoner/killer of male mate.

    Black Widow.

    (Merlin, Monty's foxhounds were 40th R/T/R. And Monty's double was a film).

    Vincent Furnier? (again).

    Or

    Vincent Price?

    Even Merlin won't get this connection, as it is so obscure! However, I have good reason to believe that at least one other forum member will know the connection.
     
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    Vincent Furnier = Alice Cooper of "The Spiders"
    Vincent Price did voiceover on one of the albums

    OK -- Vincent Price is my choice (for no obvious reason

    John Jervis or Horatio Nelson?

    (very clear connection here)
     
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    Both fought in the battle of St Vincent, and one just so happened to be the Earl of Vincent...

    I choose Horatio

    Rosencrantz?

    or

    Guildenstern?
     
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    Very good.

    OK,
    Rosenkrantz for me

    Stoppard or Shakespear?
     
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    Well done Ossian. The Alice Cooper track Vincent Price did the voice over on, was "Black Widow".
     
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    Thanks -- a little help from our googly friend to get the Vincent Price connection
     
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    You got me there David! I want kicking for the Foxhound/Double!! Knew it but was blinded by large St. Bernard with a Brandy Barrel!! Hence the double!!!
    You have to admit this thread is getting a bit up-market!

    OK, go for STOPPARD!!

    Zlin?

    or

    Singapore?
     
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    Singapore.

    Malaysia or Thailand?
     
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    Malaysia, please
    so the obvious connection is

    Warspite or Valiant?
     
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    Valiant

    Plymouth

    or

    Prince
     
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    Prince


    Wales

    or

    Whales?
     
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    Whales (I think you did this on porpoise)

    "Mostly Harmless" or "Oh no, not again" (and a special prize for the connection)
     
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    Connection.... hitch Hikers Guide/ Sperm Whale/ petunias?

    Go for.........

    "Oh no, not again!"

    Petunias?

    or

    Drake?

    (and the connection is? Can I invoke Rule 18B to ask that replys show the connection even if not correct? Some I can't see and would appreciate knowing.)
     
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    Please, someone say something even if it's only Goodbye!
     
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    Oh, hang on, you want an answer as well?

    Petunias is obvious, but I haven't a clue what the Drake connection is

    So, Drake

    Mallard or Tufted?
     
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    Clever one that Ossie! Petunias in bowls.... SIR FRANCIS DRAKE played bowls on Plymouth Hoe!!!

    Mallard or Tufted??

    In this case I go for both!!!

    So...
    Stone?

    or

    Water?

    GO for the connection!!!!
     

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