Thursday, May 19, 2011

Banal Quiz Clue #61


Contestants should be aware that any resemblance to any known semi-sentient being is probably quite justified.

The Banal Quiz Organisers have generously provided the actual question, so you don't have to guess it/scratch your head/give up in understandable confusion:

Question: What is the difference between a duck?

Answers, on a £10 note, please, to the man with the spotty guitar.

At the discretion of the organisers, a prize of an evening in with Dominique Strauss-Kahn may be awarded. (The seriousness of this will be assessed by Kenneth Clarke, MP, for what that's worth).



3 comments:

Dogsbody, Scrivener and Wretch said...

Do I detect sabotage here?
Has anyone noticed that I am taking this quiz rather seriously?
Contestants are advised to ignore all clues including and beyond #61.

Tittch said...

One of its legs are both the same....

parkingspaceman said...

Well done, Tittch, but you failed to comply with the conditions. If you will send me your answer on a £10 note, I'll send you, the prize (which is worth an astonishing FIVE pounds - to me, at any rate).