Thursday’s quiz

1. Who was the 2010 New Zealander for the Year?

2. What is a Malus domestica?

3. Who wrote Flowers For Mrs Harris?

4. Who said:  “A good holiday is one spent among people whose notions of time are vaguer than yours.”

5. Doug and Rowland Smith broke which record this week?

6 Responses to Thursday’s quiz

  1. simfarmer says:

    Im picking the boys from the far north broke the two stand ewe record this week – who cares about the rest 🙂 Think Ivan Scott the Irishman who lives in Rolleston is going for the 9 hr lamb record this weekend – hes a bit of an animal.


  2. Fredinthegrass says:

    Ray Avery; a bad home; Mr. Harris; my wife; 2 stand, 8 hour ewe shearing.


  3. Andrei says:

    (1) Ray Avery
    (2) Apple tree


  4. gravedodger says:

    1 Sir Ray Avery
    2 The original cultivated apple tree.
    3 Mr Harris, a memo to his secretary after forgetting their wedding anniversary. True as Brian H is a mate of mine.
    4 An educated gentleman with a superior view of his status, probably a Pom.
    5 A new ewe shearing record.


  5. adam2314 says:

    1. Ray Avery.
    2. Apple Tree ( I work in Fruit and Veg ) :-))
    3. Pass.
    4. Pass.
    5. Pass.

    Hmmm. Did better with my festive season amswers.


  6. Bearhunter says:

    1. Ray Avery.
    2. The apple.
    3. I’ll guess at Raymond Chandler.
    4. I haven’t a bull’s notion, but perhaps Mark Twain?
    5. Shearing – most ewes shorn in a shift.


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