Saturday, August 16, 2008

It's A Ridiculous Big Green Bookshop Competition. Hurrah!!!!

Simon.
We've noticed that us acting like tools seems to endear us to you, and as usual we're happy to oblige. So for your amusement and because today was a bit quiet, we proudly announce the Big Green Bookshop 'Name that Book' Competition.

Tim and I have acted out 6 book titles and all you have to do is guess what they are. As an example here's an example of what you have to expect.....
Can you see what the title is????

It's 'Kafka on the Shore'.



do you see



do you get it



do you want to play our stupid purile game?


excellent


question number 1. On a scale of 1 to 10 (with 1 being easy) this is about 3.

so here's number 2. . Clue. A classic children's book....

Question 3. Clue. What the ....am I doing?

Question 4.. Clue. This is a bit fishy...

Question 5. . Clue. He also wrote ......... homesick blues

Question 6.. Clue. A venice Cocktail.

So there it is.

Try and guess all 1-6, and if you do well we might give prizes (or maybe not).

Here's a picture of Freya

10 comments:

MarkFarley said...

1. Under Milk Wood
2. Kids... I'm fucked
3. No-eye deer
4. Old Man and the Sea
5. Down the Highway by Bob Dylan is all I could think of but that was a song and not a book, but there was a biog of him called that.
6. Farewell to Arms?

Kate said...

2. Anne of Green Gables?

Simon Key said...

Mark,
1,4 and 6 are correct.

Kate, nope... It's a one word title

Kate said...

Groan... Heidi!

Simon Key said...

Kate,
YES!!!!
groantastic

Paul Henderson said...

Good game
Are the others Oliver Twist and On the Road?

Simon Key said...

Paul,
correct! Congratulations folks. That killed 5 minutes didn't it?
More frivolity soon, no doubt.

MarkFarley said...

(Groans at Heidi and Oliver Twist) Totally thrown by the Kerouac clue, knowing you are a Dylan fan... Crap!

Akasha Savage said...

Sorry I haven't visited lately guys...been busy writing my novel and not blogging.

The only one I got was Under Milk Wood!...groan...

;)

Lucy Diamond said...

Genius. More please!