The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Vwls

The following words have lost their vowels. Replace them to give six connected words. What are they?

TRMBN     GTR     PN     KLL

PCCL     RGN

Answers on Friday!

Vel.

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The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Supermarkets (answer)

This week’s question:

In a supermarket queue of seven people, Mr Thompson is immediately in front of Ms Foster. Ms Edwards is between Mr Bailey and Mr Ford. Ms Davies is immediately behind Ms White and there are two people between Ms Davies and Mr Bailey. Mr Bailey is immediately behind Ms Foster. From the front of the queue, what is the order of the shoppers?

Answers after the break!

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The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Supermarkets

In a supermarket queue of seven people, Mr Thompson is immediately in front of Ms Foster. Ms Edwards is between Mr Bailey and Mr Ford. Ms Davies is immediately behind Ms White and there are two people between Ms Davies and Mr Bailey. Mr Bailey is immediately behind Ms Foster. From the front of the queue, what is the order of the shoppers?

Vel.

The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: As promised (answer)

This week I asked you to find a word to fit my first clue, and then add a letter to make a word fitting my second clue. These were the clues:

“Fill with high spirits”

“Recite”

Let’s see if we can discover the answers after the break. Read the rest of this entry »

A quick question

Hi folks!

So I’m just looking for your collective opinion on something which has been bugging me. I’m rewriting my CV (resumé) and wondering whether it’s appropriate to put anything about blogging – I wonder this because I don’t blog in a professional capacity and so it’s not a job but a hobby, however there are probably several good things to be said for it.

Your thoughts? Bloggers and non-bloggers alike are welcome to comment.

Vel.

P.S. This is similar to the age-old question “do I put being a Guild Master on my job resumé?”. I won’t be doing that.

The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: As promised

Alright then! Good afternoon and let’s get going.

This week I want you to find a word to fit the first clue, and then add a letter to make a word which fits the second clue. What are the words?

Here are the clues:

“Fill with high spirits”

“Recite”

Good luck, and cookies for the first person to post the correct answer!

Vel.

The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: It’s a sign! (answer)

This week, I posed to you this question and this sequence of numbers:

“Assume you’re using a basic calculator and you press the numbers in the order shown, replacing each question mark with a mathematical sign. Add, subtract, multiply and divide can each be used only once. What’s the highest number you can possibly get?”

5 ? 4 ? 7 ? 3 ? 2

After the break we’ll take a look at the answer, so click on through!

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