Forlorn.of.thee (fa'lo:n ŭv thē), p, my only strength and stay,forlorn of thee, whither shall I betake me, where subsist?
Paradise Lost by John Milton
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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Want to be an Aussie?

Stolen from News Corp, thank you :)
Try this Quiz - 25 Questions.



14 comments:

Mary said...

uh-oh, I only scored a six!

Young Werther said...

Not the easiest of questions.

Karen said...

12/25...apparently I haven't lost it all yet :)

Young Werther said...

12 is pretty good, I only managed 18 and I live here...

Karen said...

"guilt by association", I think you call that...

Lilly said...

I only got 17 but am apparently still 'true blue' - just as well. A good Australia Day quiz.

Young Werther said...

Great score Lilly!

Dishwasher Crab said...

20. I had no idea I knew all this stuff.

Anonymous said...

"Without Serpent/Satan The Bible would end on Page

Anonymous said...

Not the easiest of questions.

Anonymous said...

12/25...apparently I haven't lost it all yet :)

Anonymous said...

uh-oh, I only scored a six!

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