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This week's Quiz question

05 Jun

First of all I like to give full gratitude for the well designed and complex quiz question with the photo,  revealing more and more each day. I like it very much. Very clever, Inga!

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So, here is this week's question. And I thought it would nice to add extra spark to turn it into a 3-part one. It is so easy, even I know it! The information comes from a reliable source!

1) To whom did Errol say: “You are priceless. A rare jewel of innocence that only once in a lifetime of a man stumbles across in this jungle of humanity”.

2) Where exactly did he quote this beautiful romantic line?

3) What exactly were Errol and this particular person drinking at the time? (Brand and type)

                              Have fun guessing and good luck!

— Don Jan

 
 

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  1. Anonymous

    June 5, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Not too difficult, I agree… and thanks for the compliment, Jan.
    1) If I ignore the fact that you did not quote it completely correctly, it was said to Nora Eddington.
    2) at the Mocambo
    3) champagne (Mumm's Cordon Bleu)

     
  2. Anonymous

    June 5, 2011 at 5:37 pm

    1) Said to Chico, his chimp, after being rescued from the jungle
    2) In his sauna
    3) Coconut Banana Daquiris

     
  3. Anonymous

    June 5, 2011 at 7:15 pm

    So…..I was wrong?

     
  4. Anonymous

    June 5, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    OK Inga, you win. You are too d*mn smart!!!! OK, I think it is fair for you to post the next Q question today. I need to have something to look forward to. So, please go ahead. Permission granted!
    And while I am at it, could you do a similar Q question like last week with the photo. That was 10 out of 10!

     
  5. Anonymous

    June 5, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    Well, Robert, amigo mio! You might not know me very well, but we are on similar lines regarding possessing a jolly good sense of humor!
    Also, full marks for trying to anwser the question incorrectly today and applying the right dosis of decent attitude of EF to it. If you like we could exchange jokes that you haven't heard of. One would be Errol's own interpretation of what 4F means. You know when he was disqualified to join the US forces.

     
  6. Anonymous

    June 5, 2011 at 7:28 pm

    Thanks. I do know that he flew three Fs on a flag atop the Zaca.

     
  7. Anonymous

    June 5, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    Ah well, there you go, Robert.
    It is the fourth one that makes it al so important and complete! It is not who you know but what you know! (Times have changed!)
    Surely I can now expect a wisecracking comment, am I right??

     
  8. Anonymous

    June 6, 2011 at 8:04 am

    I think we should give others a chance, don't you? It's getting boring otherwise… Maybe Kathleen could ask a nice question… In any case, I won't have time until tomorrow. Also, I wrote my answer in a way that should permit others to join in … It's not the ideal proceeding we have here… let's see what the others say, Jan.

     
  9. Anonymous

    June 6, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    Hi Inga;
    I agree with you!
    The best you,
    Tina

     
  10. Anonymous

    June 6, 2011 at 2:57 pm

    The best to you!

     
  11. Anonymous

    June 6, 2011 at 4:55 pm

    And…………apparently there was a “FFF” badge to match, given out by Errol to the winner of certain “on board” games that he himself initiated. Sometimes he had to pin the famous badge on his own chest as becoming the champion. After all he was describedd as an sexual athlete!
    I admire him for all those things.
    Errol was known to squeeze two lives into one during his own lifetime, how he did that is still a miracle I think. Strangely enough I am conversing with a Brit in Marbella who has put in 3 lives in a lifetime according to him, he is looking for someone to write his life story. I might get the task with a bit of luck!

     
 
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