Written By: - Date published: 9:37 am, March 31st, 2010 - 15 comments
Categories: humour, Satire - Tags:

Managed 11/10 in this week’s stuff politics quiz.
Just under 0 seconds.
No guesses.
Try your luck, if you think you can do better!

15 comments on “11/10”

  1. kaplan 1

    Indeed… your awesomeness is so awesome
    Please may I fawn before you

  2. prism 3

    Interesting quick quiz zetetic – you are a gun, I only got adequate 6/10 in 1.33min. So much to know! So much to learn.
    How did you get 11 out of 10 – did you get a bonus question cos you’re so hot?

    • Bright Red 3.1

      🙂 Just in case you actually didn’t get it, it’s a little reference to farrar who always posts his score and time in the quiz and celebrates like an overgrown child when he gets 10 out of 10 (‘The king is back!’ was the title of one such post)

  3. DeeDub 4

    8/10 – messed up on Joyce and the Irish thing…..

  4. george 5


  5. gingercrush 6

    9/10 in 49 seconds. Messed up on the Irish question. Must say compared to other Dom Post quizzes this one was easy. Usually I get about six out of 10.

  6. Sophie 7

    10/10 38 seconds – guessed on the Irish one.

  7. kaplan 8

    If you need to run a tie breaker I have a tape measure I could lend out.
    Please don’t bother returning it.

  8. BLiP 9

    You’re always Right.

  9. felix 10

    I get all my info from Zetetic cos he’s the smartest person I know.

  10. prism 11

    And has the best legs under that fetching skirt in the graphic.

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