|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 14, 2002, 19:57|
--I heard once about a trivia game that had as one of
it's questions "What trivia game has 40% [or something
like that] of its answers wrong? ANSWER: Trivial
Mind you, I've encountered this myself in the game
(though I can't account for that great a discrepancy).
But anyway, you're justified. c:
--- daniel andreasson <danielandreasson@...>
> J Y S Czhang wrote:
> > ~ ~ ~ 1} Bislama [also known as
> > = one of 3 official national languages of the
> Republic of
> > Vanuatu (English and French being the other 2).
> I remember playing Trivial Pursuit and got the
> question "What
> language do they speak on Vanuatu?" I didn't know
> for sure, but
> took a guess at Bislama. However, that wasn't the
> correct answer.
> The correct answer was apparently "Vanuatian".
> Whatever that is.
> SIL lists 109 languages for Vanuatu, and "Vanuatian"
> is not one
> of them.
> They could spice up the question a bit by asking
> language_s_ do they speak on Vanuatu?".
> ||| daniel
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