A Conversation for Whose Line is it Anyway - A (not so) temporary Home

ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 41

Cakewalker

Tony Yellow by Roger Worship? Doubt I've quite got to grips with this game yet... smiley - bigeyes Just seemed like to interesting an idea to leave sitting in an 'old' thread.


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 42

Argon0 (50 and feeling it - back for a bit)

Anybody have ANY idea what this was after all this time?


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 43

Argon0 (50 and feeling it - back for a bit)

Hee Hee.. Thread reviver at work...

OK:

A book (which I am currently reading)...

Marilyn Monroe was one. As were Jean Harlow and Diana Dors.

By

1st name - he stuck in his thumb
2nd name - sounds similar to another word for Stop.


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 44

Recumbentman

Blonde Bombshell by Tom Holt.

A book:

One word, two syllables.

1st syllable: second person

2nd syllable: rhymes with girlish boys.

By (first name) the bible king,
(second name) girl's name rhyming with selection


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 45

Argon0 (50 and feeling it - back for a bit)

U or you or even Eu


Aha!!!

Ulysses - James Joyce

A band:

2 words,

1st word hyphenated

A number
more than a score, just...

2nd word
Aeroplane driver




----Drive by Thread revivication (TM) by Argon0---


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 46

Recumbentman

Twenty-one Pilots

I confess I had to google that, but only after correctly guessing it. (No, never heard of them.)

Apologies for my misleading clue four years ago How could I think that "sissies" had one syllable? Must have been very very drunk at the time.

So...

Book (originally in French); three words, one of them being exactly that; last word three syllables, which (in English) sounds like the need to acquire hearing devices.

Author sounds like egging on mother.


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 47

Argon0 (50 and feeling it - back for a bit)

smiley - groan

The Three Musketeers - Alexandre Dumas


Book - 2 words, also originally in French - Sad Dennis's
Author - sounds like they may have won top SF writer's award.


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 48

Recumbentman

Hardly Bonjour Tristesse (Fran├žoise Sagan). Hmmm.


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 49

Argon0 (50 and feeling it - back for a bit)

Author - Someone who wins would be called a ....
And the top prize in Science Fiction would be a .... award winner...


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 50

Recumbentman

Looks like Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Not getting the Dennis's unless there is a famous Les Dennis... ah, thank you google, there is. And yes, there is a Hugo SF award. Whisked straight over my head. Phew.smiley - ale


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 51

Recumbentman

OK, an opera. Anagram, three words, light face mute. Put heat in the composer's initials for last Christmas.


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 52

Argon0 (50 and feeling it - back for a bit)

light face mute=
the magic flute

by WAM


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 53

Argon0 (50 and feeling it - back for a bit)

OK, another opera...

two words.


Our PM, wouldn't quite have been this if Jeremy had got in.
BY..

Someone who doesn't blow their own trumpet, has hair that has been disarrayed by a helicopter, maybe?


ARTICULATEY - A NEW GAME?

Post 54

Recumbentman

Boris Godunov by Modest Mussorgsky!

The Mozart initials become WhAM when you add heat...

A book (two words):

Ladies of the German supermarket

By

Sewer-unblocker might all bed down.

(Approximately. Slur your pronunciation somewhat.)

(It's also a film)


Key: Complain about this post