drsteve wrote:And the actual headline ended up being the somewhat overblown "World Title Should Be No Problem for Puzzle King"
So, if you can all call me your majesty from now on, it would be appreciated
That's the fourth time I've had to explain that..
PuzzleScot wrote:That's the fourth time I've had to explain that..
I think I was one of them. Americans are sloppy, and use '-ice' for both noun and verb.
It works the same way as advise/advice, devise/device. That's the principal rule of thumb.
Well done Steve - that must have been nerve-wracking!
Did they play Mariah Carey's "Hero" just for you - aaawwww!
Mind you don't do too well now, or you'll be off to Disneyland...
dickoon wrote:I've heard a suggestion that one of the contestants on Only Connect tonight is one Ronald Stewart, formerly of this parish. No money in it, but there's an outside chance of publicity (more likely for the World Puzzle Championship than for the UKPA, at a guess) and for my licence fee it's currently the best and puzzliest show on UK TV.
My Fantasy Only Connect team would largely be made up of UKPA people, for what it's worth...
detuned wrote:Haha, interestingly enough Wei-Hwa apparently writes (or at least has written) some questions for the US version of the show
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