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Re: YAY!

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:8827:

That movie is one of my favorite Christmas movies after the cartoon version of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." When we put the Christmas tree up, our family always watches both of these every year.

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What legendary soul singer wrecked his Corvette the first time he drove it?
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I'm going to take a guess...

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Otis Redding? :roll:
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Although can you imagine Redding driving one off the Dock of the Bay? :D

Try again but think Georgia!
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Ray Charles?

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:P
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Re: Correct!

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I laughed when I read this story!

Okay, you're up next, Doug! :D
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Re: Correct!

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jodlyn wrote:I laughed when I read this story!

Okay, you're up next, Doug! :D
OMG! :shock:

I was joking. :P

What song was Paul McCartney talking about when he said he envisioned monkeys, for lack of a better phrase, doing the nasty?
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Why Don’t We Do It In The Road

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If it's correct, here's the next question!

What do actors Walter Matthau, Rock Hudson, Slyvester Stallone, Joe Pesci, Burt Reynolds and Jerry Mathers all have in common?
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Re: Why Don’t We Do It In The Road

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jodlyn wrote:If it's correct, here's the next question!

What do actors Walter Matthau, Rock Hudson, Slyvester Stallone, Joe Pesci, Burt Reynolds and Jerry Mathers all have in common?
Correct, Jo-DEE Lynn! :8827:

Erm... they're all male? :roll: :P
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Re: LOL...Welllll,

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dmsesquire wrote:Erm... they're all male? :roll: :P
You're kinda right! :lol:

But no, that's not the answer. Here's a hint: What's that round vinyl thingie we play on a turntable? :P
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Re: LOL...Welllll,

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jodlyn wrote:
dmsesquire wrote:Erm... they're all male? :roll: :P
You're kinda right! :lol:

But no, that's not the answer. Here's a hint: What's that round vinyl thingie we play on a turntable? :P
They all recorded an album? :roll:
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Re: YAY!

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I'm late :oops: :P :lol: but YES, they all recorded an album. Can you believe it? Anddd, every album was a flop...LOL!

Okay, do you want to do another question? I promise I'll answer it quickly this time. :P
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Re: YAY!

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jodlyn wrote:I'm late :oops: :P :lol: but YES, they all recorded an album. Can you believe it? Anddd, every album was a flop...LOL!

Okay, do you want to do another question? I promise I'll answer it quickly this time. :P
YAY!!! :8942:

Okay, what two fellow Brits sang backup on Squeeze's hit, "Black Coffee in Bed"?
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Re:Hmmm, I'm guessing on one...

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dmsesquire wrote:Okay, what two fellow Brits sang backup on Squeeze's hit, "Black Coffee in Bed"?
Unless someone else knows both, I'll guess on one. I know the song and the singers sound familiar but I just can't place them. I think one is Elvis Costello but I don't know the other. Do I get 1/2 credit? :P

I'll keep thinking of the other if no one else answers! :D
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Re:Hmmm, I'm guessing on one...

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jodlyn wrote:
dmsesquire wrote:Okay, what two fellow Brits sang backup on Squeeze's hit, "Black Coffee in Bed"?
Unless someone else knows both, I'll guess on one. I know the song and the singers sound familiar but I just can't place them. I think one is Elvis Costello but I don't know the other. Do I get 1/2 credit? :P

I'll keep thinking of the other if no one else answers! :D
Discount!

I'll give you a hint: Every time you go away, the boards aren't quite the same. :lol:
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Oh my gosh...

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dmsesquire wrote:
I'll give you a hint: Every time you go away, the boards aren't quite the same. :lol:
If it were a snake, it would have bit me right on the butt. :lol:

It's Paul Young. Elvis Costello and Paul Young sang on the back-up. I KNEW I recognized that voice. I just couldn't get it. :oops:

I'm sure I'm right, so I'll post another trivia question now.

I thought I'd mix things up with a classical music question. I received it in a trivia email forward. :)

Which famous composer was buried in Paris but a separate body part was buried in another city?

For extra credit: List the body part and city!

Good luck!!! :twisted: :P
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