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18 July 2012

Quiz - Win a Filofax Domino


Would you like to win a Filofax Domino personal organiser?

To win this prize answer all of the following questions:
  1. St Davids, St Thomas and St James Park are all railway stations in which English city?
  2. In a normal 'Double Six set of Dominos there are 28 tiles, how many pips are there in total? 
  3. On what date did Steve join Philofaxy as a contributor?
Send your answers to all questions in to philofaxy at gmail dot com  with the Subject 'Domino' Please include your name and mailing address as well as your answer. 

Please do not post the answer in the comments.....

Closing date is 19 July at 18:00 UK British Summer Time. The winner will be announced on Friday 20th July.

This quiz is open to all Philofaxy readers, where ever you are in the world. 

And the winning entry pulled out of the hat for the Swift in Sage was...Sally.   and the answer was of course Anglesey in North Wales, thank you for all your entries, over 100 entries were received before the closing time.

6 comments:

  1. Mr. Philofaxy, I see the quizzes are increasing in difficulty.

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  2. OMG! Spent nearly 2 hours searching the answer to that last question......too hard guys! lol

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  3. Well the one the other day was too easy I think.... Now what should I ask you on Friday....

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    1. Errr...... Your shoe size maybe? Lol

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    2. Size 10!

      But it's difficult these days to set questions that if you just type the question in to Google you instantly get an answer. So I'm having to think hard to give them a little twist but not make them impossible.

      So far we have over 20 correct entries for today's

      Steve

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  4. I loved searching through the site to find the answer to number three! I play dominoes at church on Thursday nights so number 2 was relatively easy. Not being from the UK, I have to admit I googled that one. Great questions, Steve!

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