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  1. Zygomatic bone (cheekbone) Next subject: Things that bring me joy Autumn Colours
  2. Welcome Tom. I have merged your thread with the original introductions thread, here in Central library. As luna said, feel free to start new threads at any time - sometimes it is difficult to find the existing ones if they haven't had new posts for a while. It is no trouble for a moderator to merge old and new threads on a subject, if that is necessary.
  3. queues - from check-in onwards
  4. Jobsworths, telling you what you may, or may not, do
  5. Gosh, that's late! Apart from a few catch-up phonecalls and emails in March, to check old friends were a OK, I have hardly been in contact with anyone for 6months. Not even sure I can be bothered to send Christmas cards this year.
  6. Here is a list of topic titles that have been used in the past, but the actual posts vanished irrecoverably during a period when transmission was interrupted. It may be of use when inspiration is needed. Some will have been re-used already. Please note that the page numbers listed do not apply to the game as it is now numbered. I will delete them later. Rock bands - page 69 Diseases - page70 British Actors, listed by forenames - page 72 Places in Britain - page 74 Things you'd like to ban - page 76 Brand names - page 79 Childhood TV Nostalgia - page 81 Interesting/unusual degree subjects - page 83 Phobias - page 86 Things to do when you retire - page 88 Something you don't see every day - page 90 Suggested titles for Bill's next show - page 92 Symbols of Spring - Page 94 Books you would rather not have read - page 96 Things you can buy in a supermarket - page 100 Things you'll need for watching the football - page 101 Things that wake you/keep you awake at night - page 103 Excuses for being late for work - page 105 Holiday activities - page 107 Things that irritate you like crazy - page 109 Things we love about Christmas - page 111 Things I definitely don't want for Christmas - page 113
  7. This is the New Updated List of Topics in the A-Z Game since it started - minus a few that got lost during a break in service, Originally this was supposed to be a reference to avoid a subject being duplicated, but that hasn't worked, and I think it's a bit much now to ask people to read through this lot before they start the next game, but it might be amusing/interesting to take a look at what we've 'done' before, if you have an idle moment. Things You'd Find In The Kitchen - page 1 Songs - page 2 Sandwich Fillings - page 4 Capital cities.- page 5 .breeds of dog.- page 6 chocolate bars/products! - page 7 Things you can see from where you are sitting right now.- page 8 an activity you have never done in you life. - page 10 shops! (spot the retailer...) - page 11 'Starters', or if you prefer, 'hors d'oeuvres' - page 12 Fruit - page 13 Things you can do in the garden- page 15 Models of cars - page 16 Flowers - page 18 Things you would do at the seaside - page 19 Things to do before you die - page 20 Alcoholic Drinks - page 21 Creative excuses for being late for work - page 23 Methods of torturing this year's Big Brother 'winner' - page24 Things you'd find in the zoo - page 25 Reasons for finishing a relationship - page26 An Interior Designer's Paint Chart - page 27 Body Parts - page 28 Tools - page 29 Heavenly Bodies - page 31 Things you might find on the sea bed - page 32 Jobs you might have done if your life has turned out differently - page 33 Something you might uncover if you dig in a random spot.- page 34 shows we'd like to see on the box - page 35 Literary characters (include book title when not obvious) - page 37 Things to do on a cold winter's night.- page 38 interesting ideas for (Christmas) presents.- page 39 what you would buy if money were no object. - page 41 If you had to be renamed what would you call yourself? - page 42 our favourite authors.- page 44 Place you Want to Visit Sometime in your Life but haven't quite got round to yet. - page 45 Things I love about the spring. - page 46 ways of hacking other people off - page 47 favourite foods - page 48 Sports - page 49 Favourite Movies. (No ‘The’ or ‘A’) - page 50 Yummy Puddings - 51 Favourite song titles - 53 Favourite characters within TV series' - 54 Characters in Dickens - 56 Things not to pack in your inflight luggage - 57 Poets, novelists & playwrights from both N & S American continents - 58 European authors (excluding Brits). - 60 What things do you treat yourself to? - 61 What would you run to save in a fire- aside from family and pets - 62 Really weird book titles. - 64 Ways To Leave Your Lover - 66 things that you would rather being doing right now.. - 67 The Christmas gift we've always wished we'd been given - 68 an ideal dinner party...the guest and why... - 69 books with an alphabetically correct country in their title - 70 Cartoons (or cartoon characters) - 72 T.V. Dramas - 73 artists, as in painters, sculptors etc. - 74 Any god or monster from any culture. - 75 Shakespearean Characters - Page 76 capital cities - page 77 Books published in English translation - page 78 Any means of transportation from one place to another - page 79 Different Sports - page 80 Middle names / initials (preferably of an author) - p82 Dead Poets - page 83 Writers or Composers whose first names and surnames begin with the same letter - page 84 Airline Codes - page 85 Novels with a word in the title beginning with the letter - page 86 Anatomy - page 87 Writers of whom the FOURTH letter of their name is A B C D... - page 88 Magazines - page 89 Olympic Sports - page 90 Musical instruments that seldom, if ever, appear onstage with a major orchestra - page 91 Words whose first syllables sound like their letter of the alphabet (eg A could be Apricot or Eighty) - page 92 Surnames of writers who have written a novel not set in Britain - page 94 Things that you can see in the sky on a clear night - page 95 Things we'd like to see in 2009 - page 96 Websites you like - page 97 Cartoon characters - p 98 Retro sweets - p 99 Comedians - p 101 Drugs - p 102 medical conditions and illness p 103 Professions & Trades - p 104 Kids' TV Shows - p105 Composers - p.106 People Known by One Name - p107 Different colours - page109 Adverbs of manner ending in -"ly", twelve letters long - page 110 Famous inventors, explorers and discoverers - page 111 Snacks including confectionary -page 112 Subjects you can study at University - page 113 Festive nibbles and side orders - page 114 Toys - page 116 20th century film stars - page 117 Oaths, interjections etc. - page 118 Heteronyms (words which have the same spelling but different meaning or pronunciation.) - page 119 Children’s authors - page 120 Things you might find in a ladies handbag - page 121 Holiday Destinations - page 122 Christian names (forenames) that are unlikely to be revived - page 123 Novels with single word titles - page 125 Songs with (alphabetical) place names in their titles - page 126 Murder Victims - page 127 Tennis Players - page 128 Classic novels - page 130 Birds - 131 Port Cities - 132 Ways to Describe a Bad Boss 133 Words to describe an excellent boss, even if you've never had one - 134 Festive Favourites, secular or non-secular - 135 Something Santa might leave in your stocking (or pillowcase), - 137 Bad Christmas gifts? - 138 Books - again! - 139 Favourite Foods - 140 Politicians. 141 World Rivers, name and location - 142 Animals: name and its favourite food - 143. Ecological Regions - 144 Heavenly Bodies: anything with a name, from meteors to galaxies - 145 World Forests, Arboretums or very special individual trees - 146 Place Names appearing in song titles - 147 Literary Characters - 148 Something that brings a smile to your face! - 149 Something You Really Dislike - 151 Things which we love about wintertime- - 152 Flowers - 153 Much loved television shows - 154 20th century Songs - 155 Movie villains - 156 Acronyms and what they mean. - 157 Things you put in the place for things that don’t have a place of its own - 158 Things you'd find in a hospital - 159 Authors - 160 Things you would find in the kitchen - 161 Band names - 162 Famous singers - classical/opera/ballad/country/pop - 163 Places to go or sites to see on vacation - 164 Things you'd find in a department store - 165 something you really fear or hate - 166 Sport related stuff - 168 Things you find in/ on the ocean; - 169 Things found in a desert - 170 Historical personages - 171 Something in your home that gives you satisfaction and comfort - 12 Things you'd find in the mountains - 173 Things on a construction site - 174 Things in space - 175 Hobbies - 176 Things you would find in the jungle - 177 Things you might find at the Olympics - 178 Things autumn/fall brings - 179 Peoples of the World - 180 Things in the living room / lounge - 181 Words politicians use for knee jerk responses - 182 Things you associate with America, - 183 Winter activities, indoor or out. - 184 Things in the living room / lounge - 181 Words politicians use for knee jerk responses - 182 Things you associate with America, - 183 Winter activities, indoor or out. - 184 Glitziness - 185 Signs of spring - 186 Colours 187 Things you can put in a salad - 188 favourite scenes - 189 bugs, and any other invertebrates you may think of - 190 things we dread about winter - 191 Places You'd like to visit, and why - 192 One Hit Wonder musical acts - 193 Snacks - 194 words that (however loosely) describe the weather. - 195 A - Z of Musical Terms - 196 The classical world - 198 Diseases, ailments etc - 199 Things To Do With Someone Else At A 2m Distance - 200 Travel, the highs and the lows - 201 Literary characters or places - 202 Body parts - 203
  8. Yearning for cuddles with the grandkids.
  9. This was supposed to be a list of things for two people to do (at 2m distance). So far there seems to be a distinct shortage of verbs - ie: of "doing" words"
  10. And staying with the Covid19 theme - Things To Do With Someone Else At A 2m Distance This game was started 15 years ago - if it is still going in another 15 years I hope this subject will make no sense at all. Ambling side by side through a country park, but on opposite sides of the (2m wide) path.
  11. So, back to where this inspiration for this subject came from: Zoonotic diseases
  12. Sorry Luna - we've passed X. Now waiting for someone to finish the round with a Z
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