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CarolinaPanthera 56F
23 posts
2/13/2018 12:05 pm
THE VICTORIOUS

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CarolinaPanthera 56F
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2/13/2018 12:17 pm


sparkleflit 70F
1891 posts
2/13/2018 3:24 pm

triv·i·a
ˈtrivēə
noun
details, considerations, or pieces of information of little importance or value.
"we fill our days with meaningless trivia"
synonyms: minutiae, minor details, petty detail, niceties, technicalities, trivialities, trifles, trumpery, nonessentials, ephemera;


Maggie065 66F
1406 posts
2/13/2018 3:47 pm

LOL . What a pair they are .


CarolinaPanthera replies on 2/13/2018 6:54 pm:
Very deserving of each other.

bob77O21__ 74M
7667 posts
2/13/2018 4:27 pm

triv·i·a
ˈtrivēə
noun
details, considerations, or pieces of information of little importance or value.


A good summary of this blog post.


CarolinaPanthera replies on 2/13/2018 6:51 pm:
Diarrhea of the mouth

When someone won't STFU, and he doesn't realize that everyone stopped listening a long time ago.

LeafExchange 66M
1376 posts
2/13/2018 4:28 pm

    Quoting bob77O21__:
    triv·i·a
    ˈtrivēə
    noun
    details, considerations, or pieces of information of little importance or value.

    A good summary of this blog post.
bald
bôld/Submit
adjective
1.
having a scalp wholly or partly lacking hair.
"he had a shiny bald head"
synonyms: hairless, smooth, shaven, depilated; More
2.
not having any extra detail or explanation; plain or blunt.
"the bald statement in the preceding paragraph requires amplification"
synonyms: plain, simple, unadorned, unvarnished, unembellished, undisguised, unveiled, stark, severe, austere, brutal, harsh; More


CarolinaPanthera replies on 2/13/2018 6:52 pm:
It must be hell being bald, and constipated at the same time.

Katie_au_lait 71F
5774 posts
2/14/2018 2:28 am

In the UK Trivia quizzes are nothing new, they've have been part of popular entertainment for many years...so we don't need the explanation. Nearly every pub has a quiz night at least once a week, so it's very run-of-the-mill stuff for us. They're good fun! I think they started here about 30 years ago and are still very popular.
I couldn't understand how winning a quiz could be such a big thing, until someone explained it's a new phenomena in the US.

It's all just trivia to us!


Maggie065 66F
1406 posts
2/14/2018 8:06 am

    Quoting Katie_au_lait:
    In the UK Trivia quizzes are nothing new, they've have been part of popular entertainment for many years...so we don't need the explanation. Nearly every pub has a quiz night at least once a week, so it's very run-of-the-mill stuff for us. They're good fun! I think they started here about 30 years ago and are still very popular.
    I couldn't understand how winning a quiz could be such a big thing, until someone explained it's a new phenomena in the US.

    It's all just trivia to us!


It’s been around here Canada) a long time too ,