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    Originally posted by musegirl
    I don't think they had those yet...but I suppose it would sound like Cy's egg. Nope. Try again. :-)
    uummm, uummmm - a 12" round pizza tray with burnt on crusty bits of cheese 'n' tomato to add extra effect, sure that won't be right, but in the absence of anything I can find on Google, it must be in with a chance, at least it makes a noise. The Pot Noodle by the way would indeed sound like Cy's egg, on a larger scale, mmmmmm - I recommend the one called Bombay Bad Boy, whhooooo - hot or what!!!!
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    Re: "Lost Planes" question

    I'm trying to think of what might make that characteristic "ding"...an aluminum mixing bowl? A saucepan? What else is there in the kitchen? (Goes to show you how little I cook.)

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    I'm beginning to think that the "ding" is just the top of a normal cymbal. There is something else that sounds like a metal sheet. Could that be it?

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    Gee, I had no idea what a stumper this would be for everybody. Okay, here's a hint. It is related to heat...but get out of the kitchen.

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    Hell, that's a beauty of a question, my wife is systematically going through the house to see what we can come up with, can see this Q&A thing being a great laugh, so.....going for heat related but not in the kitchen, a piece {s} of copper tube? A radiator from a 1967 Ford Anglia?
    We'll get it in the end, hope the eventual winner has a similarly fiendish question to set...
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    Originally posted by STUART
    A radiator from a 1967 Ford Anglia?
    Now Stuart, with guesses like that the real answer is going to sound downright dull. Sadly, it's wrong, but I am dead curious to find out what a radiator from a 1967 Ford Anglia sounds like now.

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    Originally posted by musegirl
    ...I am dead curious to find out what a radiator from a 1967 Ford Anglia sounds like now.
    The fragile sound of crumbling brittle metal...disintegrating

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    Originally posted by Steve Pariseau
    The fragile sound of crumbling brittle metal...disintegrating
    'Fraid not.

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    Good one, Steve!

    A fire extinguisher?

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    Originally posted by Cathy
    A fire extinguisher?
    Really good guess, Cathy. You have been the closest so far. But still not correct...

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    Originally posted by musegirl
    'Fraid not.
    Oh, that wasn't a guess dear.
    You were curious about what the radiator of a 67 Ford Anglia sounded like. My response to that is still...crumbling brittle metal...disintegrating.


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    A metal Thermos Flask
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    Lightbulb It's a ...

    gas bottle!

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    Ok, next one:

    Dutch Fixx tour 1983 - what was the opening band for the Fixx?

    P.S. You can do some research @ my website... ;-)

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    Re: It's a ...

    Originally posted by guido

    Ok, next one:

    Dutch Fixx tour 1983 - what was the opening band for the Fixx?

    P.S. You can do some research @ my website... ;-)
    Guido, would that be Carlene?

    great CD, particularly like "Sunshine Queen".
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    What does the above image have to do with the Fixx?
    Last edited by STUART; 11-10-2003 at 05:57 AM.
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