Friday’s Jokes, Quotes, Quizzlers and Teases!‏‏‏

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WELCOME to Friday August 9, 2013.  

We all fail sometimes. But there’s something about failing with style. Here are some of the best test paper blunders from the most clueless – and inventive – of students.
* Classical Studies *
Question: Name one of the early Romans’ greatest achievements.
Answer: Learning to speak Latin
* Biology *
Question: What is a fibula?
Answer: A little lie
* Classical Studies *
Question: What were the circumstances of Julius Caesar’s death?
Answer: Suspicious ones
* Biology *
Question: Give an example of a smoking-related disease
Answer: Early death
* Biology *
Question: What is a plasmid?
Answer: A high definition television
* Religious Studies *
Question: Christians only have one spouse, what is this called?
Answer: Monotony
* Physics *
Question: Name an environmental side effect of burning fossil fuels.
Answer: Fire
* Geography *
Question: What does the term “lava” mean?
Answer: A pre-pubescent caterpillar
* Geography *
Question: The race of people known as Malays come from which country?
Answer: Malaria
* Geography *
Question: Name one famous Greek landmark
Answer: The most famous Greek landmark is the Apocalypse
* History *
Question: Where was the American Declaration of Independence signed?
Answer: At the bottom.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it! Have a great Thursday people, and whatever you do today, don’t forget to LAUGH IT UP! Peace I am outta here, Eucman!
 
QUOTES OF THE DAY   
“At an airport in Connecticut a man was arrested after saying he had a bomb. He was released as soon as he showed police his DVD of ‘The Lone Ranger.'” -Conan O’Brien
“It is Jamaican Independence Day. Today in Jamaica, everyone spent the entire day smoking, drinking, and having a great time and then they remembered it was Jamaican Independence Day.” -Craig Ferguson
“Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon.com, just bought The Washington Post for $250 million. He just walked into the Post’s headquarters and said, ‘Add to cart.'” -Jimmy Fallon
G U A R A N T E D T O M A K E Y O U L A F F….  
 A very elderly gentleman, well dressed, hair well groomed, great-looking suit, flower in his lapel, smelling slightly of after-shave, presenting a well-looked-after image, walks into an upscale cocktail lounge.
To his delight, seated at the bar is an elderly looking lady. The gentleman walks over, sits along side of her, orders a drink, takes a sip, turns to her, and says, “So tell me, do I come here often?”
 
 
Thursday’s Movie Trivia of the day!‘ How much movie trivia can you answer?
What movie is this quote from??? “Would ya look at the size of that kid’s head It’s the size of a planetoid and it has its own weather system. Looks like an orange on a toothpick.”
  
 
Answer: So I Married an Axe Murderer! This quote comes from a conversation between Charlie’s father, Stuart, and Charlie’s best friend, Tony, while they are trying to watch a soccer match and Charlie’s younger brother Willie keeps blocking the view of the television with his rather large head. 
 
Friday’s Movie Trivia of the day! ‘How much movie trivia can you answer? What movie is this quote from??? “That’s no moon, it’s a space station.” and “Will somebody please get this big, walking carpet out of my way.”
 
Thursday’s Quizzler is……….
 The following clues lead to two words or phrases that are the phonetic reverse of each other. When you answer the first clue and flip the syllables, you get the second answer. (Phonetic only, not letters.)Using the clues below, please find the words/phrases in question.
 
Example: Impertinent * Teetertotter
Answer: Saucy/Seesaw
 
1. A clock or watch * Period between wars (2 words)
2. Fabulous * Chase after
3. Have faith in * Not disturb (2 words)
4. European weight, informally * Understated (Hyphenated)
5. Student, say, with a summer office job * Go to bed (2 words)
 
ANSWER: 1. Timepiece / Peace Time
2. Super / Pursue
3. Believe / Leave be
4. Kilo / Low-key
5. Intern / Turn in 
 
 
Friday’s Quizzler is………. 
There are five doors, one leads to the exit, the others lead to traps. They are in a line. The clues tell you which position the doors are in the line and where the door to freedom is. All the clues are true. Each door has a clue written on it. The clues read:
 
The blue door: This door is two spots away from the door to freedom.
The red door: This door is at the far right, and is two spots away from the blue door.
The purple door: This door is not next to the door to freedom.
The green door: This door is left of the blue door.
The orange door: This door is not next to the red or blue doors.
 
Which door leads to freedom?

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