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Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Oct 05, 2016 9:25 pm
by Sonny
1. Hippocrates
2.* Hermione Granger, Deadpool, the 11th Doctor
3. When you get together with friends, what do you like to do?

*I have no idea if I'm actually on track with these. I just see characteristics we have in common

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Oct 13, 2016 4:19 am
by waggawerewolf27
1. Hippocratic Oath
2. We sometimes listen to guest speakers, join walking groups, go on bus excursions and sometimes we get together for lunch or for play rehearsals to entertain the other members.
3. What leisure activities do you enjoy?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Oct 14, 2016 2:45 am
by King_Erlian
1. Hippopotamus
2. Singing and acting on stage; playing musical instruments; writing sci-fi fan-fiction.
3. Same question - what leisure activities do you enjoy?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Oct 18, 2016 7:51 pm
by The Rose-Tree Dryad
1. Run*
2. Hmm... reading, learning new languages, coming up with new recipes and making cultured foods like kefir and sauerkraut, cloud watching, going to one of the local parks when they aren't too busy, walking while listening to a podcast or audiobook, watching a really good movie or show, and hanging out with family all come to mind.
3. What's a favorite website of yours that is either useful or educational?

*I'm serious, they're deadly! They are believed to kill more people in Africa each year than any other mammal. And they look so cute, too.... :ymsigh:

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 06, 2016 6:52 pm
by ValiantArcher
1. Walk
2. Google Maps. I think it can be both, especially with the sphere option and the fact that you can "walk" through some museums... ;))
3. Have you ever felt an earthquake?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 07, 2016 11:04 am
by Quinlin
1. Stride
2. I have actually, and though it wasn't too strong, it did rattle a few vases and my nerves. My family wasn't home and didn't believe me until it was headlining the news. :p
3. Do you play a musical instrument and if so, what is your favourite piece of music to play on it?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 08, 2016 2:45 am
by King_Erlian
1. Aragorn (Strider).
2. Yes - jack of all trades and master of none, that's me. I play guitar, bass guitar, double bass, drums, keyboards and mandolin, all to various degrees of OK without being genuinely good at any of them. Fifteen years ago or so I used to play the bagpipes but I can't anymore with my lung condition. What is my favourite piece to play? On guitar: "Fair Moon" by Gilbert and Sullivan (from "HMS Pinafore"). On bass guitar: "Hey You" by Pink Floyd (from "The Wall"). On double bass: "Earth, Air, Fire And Water" by... ahem... me. On drums: "Sultans Of Swing" by Dire Straits (their first single). On keyboards: anything by Mozart. On mandolin: "Youth With A Machine" by Christian band DA/Daniel Amos (from the album "Doppelganger").
3. Same question.

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 15, 2016 1:09 pm
by HazyHays
1. Smurfs
2. No, I don't play an instrument.
3. Have you ever taken any dance classes like Ballet, Jazz, tap, Modern?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 15, 2016 1:55 pm
by The Rose-Tree Dryad
1. Brainy.
2. I took ballet very briefly when I was around five or six. There was an annoying boy in my class, so I dropped it pretty quickly. ;)) (In hindsight, I get the sense that he didn't want to be there either. :)))
3. What's a wild animal that you would like very much to see in person?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 15, 2016 2:22 pm
by HazyHays
1. Snickers Bar
2. Koala Bear- They are so darn cute.
3. What place would you most like to go on vacation?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 15, 2016 9:18 pm
by stargazer
1. Chocolate!
2. New Zealand - both for its scenery and the Southern Cross.
3. What is your favorite musical group/solo artist?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 16, 2016 4:57 am
by King_Erlian
1. Theatre (my first operatic leading role took place in the Rowntree Theatre in York, England, on the site of the Rowntree chocolate factory. All the way through the show there was the pervading smell of Kit-Kats.)
2. I have a very wide-ranging taste in music, so I have different favourites in each genre. In opera, Gilbert and Sullivan (writing/composing team rather than performers). In instrumental classical music, Debussy (also a composer). In secular rock, Pink Floyd. In Christian rock, DA (aka Daniel Amos). In jazz, probably Dave Brubeck. I have other favourites in other styles but I can't bring them to mind at the moment. (I heard a fantastic country band a while ago but I have no idea what they were called. I think they came from Scottsdale, AZ.)
3. Which period in history would you most like to visit?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 16, 2016 2:53 pm
by ramagut
1. Max McLean (stars in the one man show about CS Lewis and The Screwtape Letters)
2. New Testament time period. I would love to hear Jesus preach.
3. What is a favorite place for you to visit on holiday?

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 22, 2016 10:25 am
by The Rose-Tree Dryad
1. Don McLean. (Singer of "American Pie".)
2. Probably the mountains, but the beach is a very close second!
3. If you were going to live in Narnia as a non-human, what would you be? (Animal, wood spirit, et cetera.)

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Nov 26, 2016 8:59 am
by ramagut
1. Don Knotts
2. A dryad I think. I love how they brought them to life the movie and I think they are very cool. (What a great question!)
3. Same question :)

Re: The Interesting Game

PostPosted: Dec 24, 2016 10:22 pm
by mm1991
1. Knotts Berry Farm
2. So boring, but I think I'd also pick Dryad! You're a beautiful wood spirit, you get to float around anywhere you want as petals on the breeze, always the first to know about current affairs, etc!
3. What Christmas cookies have you eaten this season?