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    aaronizneez
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    What happened to Ludwig Badger Nipple ?

    #1524505
    BigG
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    Lord Badgerdon for me :good:

    #1524582
    Drone
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    A guess that this is to test synesthetic response and/or the bouba/kiki effect

    That or nonsense, as airyknees’ delve suggests :scratch:

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    IanDavies
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    This is just a bit of fun – there are no right or wrong answers – and what the answers suggest to me carries no weight or authority at all.

    I shall start with gamble – his answer simply confirms to me he is a free spirit for various reasons: first to answer, happy to lead the way, possibly chose the name he considered the most light hearted.

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    IanDavies
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    Second up was Tank – equally confident, didn’t query if the first answer was taken (deliberately left unexplained) but chose independence and a different name, his reasons why only Tank knows.

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    IanDavies
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    Next was Nathan – convivial, sociable, keen to take part and to see all bases covered so he went it alone too.

    A third chap comfortable in his own skin, I would say.

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    IanDavies
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    Then Colin – interestingly he had the confidence to challenge the process by making the bold assumption he could repeat a previously-given answer.

    Traces of non-conformity perhaps?

    Very bold – very good.

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    IanDavies
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    Drone then completed the set – did he like the name, did he want to see that last base covered to end any modicum of intrigue?

    Only Drone knows.

    He certainly was a good sport and played the game with his choice.

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    IanDavies
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    Paul and BigG were relatively late to the party so I get nothing from their nevertheless welcome contributions.

    Just a bit of Lounge fun/nonsense.

    Thanks chaps.

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    Drone
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    My choice would have been Lord Badgerdon had I submitted it first, last, whenever. A euphonious, warm, pastoral, tweedy name that would suit a grizzled middle ranking staying chaser who plies his trade year after year after year at rural gaffs: my type of nag

    Boogaloo McWhirter would be a horse named by the type who think naming a ship Boaty McBoatface is witty rather than naff; and would ply his trade in selling plates on the all-weather

    Rabbit Alumni named by an IT graduate made good referencing an unfortunate incident that befell a chum during freshers’ week at ‘uni’

    Orimbar Slattery an Irish store who spent the first five years of his life grazing the lush grass in a remote field in Co. Kerry, so he is

    Whitty or what? :yes:

    Good fun Mr Davies

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    gamble
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    Thank you Sir for the good fun of your light hearted Mr Pastry. Despite the always convincingly turned offering of our master of the Scrabble board Drone, I do feel I won this in buckets 😄

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    gamble
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    Before young Davies pulls me up – yep no winners.

    I went for boogaloo as its a dance or something musical. McWhirter hosted recordbreakers so I thought that might be a clue. All rational or so I thought.

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    IanDavies
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    Like Jack Nicholson as The Joker in Batman, Drone has surely stolen the whole movie (well, thread).

    Outstanding posting IMO.

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    Nathan Hughes
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    If Drone is Batman.. I’m giving ginger as the Joker

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    gamble
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    Young Ian you are Sweet William right and Drone is an unstoppable force who today is it at his zenith. He has that much stock to call on in his repertoire he’d even outstrip the genius of Walter below…

    “I could play a cop, I could play a crook, I could play a lawyer, I could play a dentist, I could play an art critic-I could play the guy next door. I am the guy next door. I could play Catholic, Jewish, Protestant. As a matter of fact, when I did The Odd Couple, I would do it a different way each night. On Monday I’d be Jewish, Tuesday Italian, Wednesday Irish-German-and I would mix them up. I did that to amuse myself, and it always worked. ”

    (Sorry Nathan I trumped you unknowingly)

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