Thursday’s questions were:
1. Who said: “If having a soul means being able to feel love and loyalty and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans.”?
2. What’s the next line in this song and who sung it?
I can’t remember last time I thanked you,
Keeping my distance unintentionally.
Too close for comfort, just ain’t close enough.
If I could have more time we would brainstorm.
And I love you tender, but we must walk away,
Keeping you on my greeting card file.
And if it were different – did you know it ain’t?
Let’s get on with it love…
3. It’s fidèle in French, leale in Italian, leal in Spanish and tōmau in Maori, what is it in English?
4. Members of which movement are supposed to be trusty, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind?
5.Does real love require true loyalty?
Points for answers:
Alwyn wins an electronic chocolate cake with four correct. If my memory is right, you quoted the Scout/guide motto and the trusty, loyal . . . is the law.
Rob also wins an electronic chocolate cake with four correct and a bonus for wit.
Grant got 3/12 (right line, you missed the signer).
You all get a bonus electronic bag of meringues for restoring my faith in human nature with your answers to #5.
1. James Herriot.
2. And call me loyal – I”ll sya you’re loyal too. Dave Dobbyn.
4. Guides and scouts.