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(Date Posted:30/09/2011 12:54 PM)
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Connections

Post two words
Find the connection



Rules



This is for fun

Post two words that don't seem to have a connection

The person who finds a connection (even if it isn't the original but better)
has to post the next two

Only words in common English usage, no words only used by scientists etc



(This was Sunshine  Meadows Idea)


Myself, Sasha and Noiseyworld  (if they agree) to be the final arbiters




Example

pebbles
prehistory

answer

The flintstones



An easy one to start with


insects

scran

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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:09/10/2011 4:02 AM)

 Lol I am so rubbish at this game, but it is nice to see other people who are able to play.

all I can think of is fountain pen and chauffer driven so no link there.


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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:09/10/2011 4:39 AM)

I don't think anyone's been able to come up with Stalwart's 'paper and knight' connection either  smiley96
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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:09/10/2011 4:59 AM)

#35   Parker

Strain.....Poser


BTW   #33....clue   post
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 10:07 AM)

Ok, any other ideas for paper and knight then?
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 10:32 AM)

 #40

pan and racy.

How about sauce pan and sauceracy ;-) lol I know it is wrong but I could not resist.




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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 10:46 AM)

Not wrong at all sunshine meadows a gold star is requiredsmiley117

What are the next words?

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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 12:33 PM)

Brummell + tresses
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 12:34 PM)

"Ok, any other ideas for paper and knight then?"

Don't have an answer.
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 1:59 PM)

Noisyworld yay I get to join in the fun and pick two words :-)thank you

errrrrmmmmmmmm

Elm and phone - for the people who are good at this game

and

Ear and hand - for people like me who get stuck.



Urban,

I thought knight of the round table was okay if we assumed only one knight was left to sit there keeping the home fires burning while the other knights were off saving damsels and slaying dragons.

#45 Brummell and tresses

I am stuck please give me a clue?



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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 2:09 PM)

I found this:

Brum·mell
 (brml), George Bryan Known as "Beau Brummell." 1778-1840.
British dandy who popularized new men's fashions, including simply cut clothing, trousers rather than breeches, and elaborate neckwear. An inveterate gambler, he died in poverty in an insane asylum in France.

Dunno if it helps, thoughsmiley109

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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:10/10/2011 5:41 PM)

UUrbanblues, a typo: sauce = racy

I'm stumped :/
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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 3:21 AM)

I've come to the conclusion that I'm just not very good at this game  smiley108smiley49

I still find it an education, though...
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 4:07 AM)

I love the way I sometimes don't understand the answers sauce = racy ~chuckles~

I am feeling so doh about paper and knight because now Stalwart has said mail I realise I could have answered chain ~urggggh~

#51 Strain ..........poser

hmmmm
I dont know I need a clue?

Kizzy, :-) you and me both.

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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 4:21 AM)

#51 Strain ..........poser

hmmmm
I dont know I need a clue?

The clue Stalwart gave was 'stream'...

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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 5:43 AM)

Oh, Brummell and tresses is Bow Locks (a canal running off the River Lee in East London)
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 5:44 AM)

"The clue Stalwart gave was 'stream'..."

Wonder what whacky rule he'll put in place this time!!
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 5:49 AM)

 Oops sorry Stalwart.

UUrban I dont think the rules are wacky, but I do think this thread might get a bit unruly.

#51

strain  + poser

and the clue is stream.


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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 6:38 AM)

Strain, as in tone as in colour as in tint as in hue + poser = Hugh Grant

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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 7:57 AM)


Strain + poser could be riddle.


New connection:

pig + ground
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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 8:24 AM)

# Ditchdwellers

smiley25

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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 9:02 AM)

Excellent now why could my brain cells pull together like that to solve the riddle.

#64
pig + ground

I don't suppose the answer is truffle.

Just in case I am right.

wheel + horn

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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 9:21 AM)

"Uurbanblues, if you want to play this game please try to keep to the rules."

I'd like to play the game, but your rules are oblique. Thus, I'm answering in the only way I can. 

groove + hotel = In(n) 

wheel + horn = lock (wheel lock and lock horn(s)) or animal (wheel animal and animal horn) or rim (horn rim and wheel rim)
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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 9:41 AM)

Sunshine,
#66  Truffle would work.  It wasn't what I had in mind though!  I had thought either hog or nut.  Still, it's interesting how the mind works and the associations we make!

Now I need to think about yours (unless UUrban is right?)
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 9:45 AM)

Pig and ground = hog
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 9:47 AM)

"(unless UUrban is right?)"

Only three times right! LOL. Unless of course the rules have changed.

admission + toil = 


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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 10:07 AM)

Can I just ask how 'strain' relates to 'riddle'?  Ta!
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RE:Connections
(Date Posted:11/10/2011 10:27 AM)

Thank you Nosiyworld :-)

Uurban I was thinking car but your answer lock works better still so we are now on your

#70 admission + toil =

I need more thinking time

Kizzy,

A riddle is a garden implement for 'straining' soil as in 'sieving' the clay or stones out. I think it is also used when trying to get gold out of streams.

Everytime I read strain I thought of push
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:14/10/2011 1:21 AM)

Clue for admission + toil, reasonable adjustment
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:14/10/2011 5:16 AM)

 Thanks for the clue :-)

I am still stuck but will mull it over.
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Re:Connections
(Date Posted:14/10/2011 8:50 AM)

 I had a flash of inspiration is the answer to #73 Work ?

if so my two words are

credit and actor =
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