Trivia With Uncle Scoopy
Part 1: Famous Pairs
Explanation: Unrelated things that somehow form the name of a
related pair. Example: "One-armed pitcher and British
Elvis" yields "Abbott and Costello". Needless
to say, spelling doesn't count, but extra words make the
answer wrong. Thus, "Jim Abbott and Elvis Costello"
is wrong because it's not an associative pair. Also, ... oh,
what's the sense? If you dont get it by now, you never will.
Part 2: Strange Connections
Strange combinations of things or puns that have a common
link. Example: "Cruel Teen Heart Throb" yields
"Marky de Sade".
I never said
they would be easy.
Part 3: Missing Links
otherwise unrelated people with a connecting name-link.
Example: "Teen detectives trace the Return of the Welsh
Native Poet to Desolation Row from Doodyville (6 names)"
yields "Buffalo Bob Dylan Thomas Hardy Boys".
OK, that was
an extreme example. They won't be that hard.
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