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Festive Frolic 2009 Alphabet Challenge
A – start “control” K - M - ? - T - E (K = kilo) G I K
B= bee G I K
C = sea I F L
D = dear - ear ayroc clyde ecko fvo stag solway tinto O P W
E is in stripe but not in spirit ? am I doing this X Y Z
F*** is Gordon Ramsay’s catchphrase Eeny, meeny, miney, mo + 45 o Q R S
G = giga 8ch H J K
H = sound of 8ch B N Q
I = sound of “eye” _ _ _ L O P
J = picture of Jay This letter is in STRIPE but not in SPIRIT E T X
K 3281 feet make 1 km G H J
L = finger spelling F M N
M = mega (approx 1 million) Cockney's A B C
N in semaphore R S U
O in morse code R S U
P = pea 3281 feet K M N
Q = queue B C M
R for Rudolph A B M
S degrees is South type of electro- magnetic radiation used in hospitals E T X
T Tree without R is tee XXI – XVI R V W
U Yew tree B C Q
V 21 – 16 = 5 1,048,576 I K M
W clubs in the West area I O P
X xray usd in hospitals D R T
Y sounds like “Why” N X Z
Z for Zulu - R R S T
Congratulations You have got all the way round A = ‘ay
? mouth eyes feet head nose toes ears fingers hands.
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