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Abbie Shores

8 Days Ago

Image Thread 37 Parents

This is a Trivia Image Thread. You may all take part

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You may now posts images in this thread, of PARENTS

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TRIVIA RULES: Read BEFORE taking part

1. Remember you only get to answer one of the questions or your answers will all be ignored through the post.

2. If you guess once and are wrong then you cannot answer again this thread UNLESS it is a 'trick question' which will be clearly designated as one.

3. Only the first correct answer is awarded the points

4. If you answer one of the following correct and get points below then you will not be awarded points on the next days play (We wish to give every one a fair shot) Your names will be marked clearly so you can see...… but feel free to join in.

5. I am looking for specific answers. If you have not given those, even if nearly correct, you do not get points.


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5 points

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A. A couple in Arizona caused a 47,000-acre wildfire and $8 million worth of damage! What were they doing?
Jessica Jenney - gender reveal party

B. According to Greek tradition, what should parents do to their baby?
Lindley Johnson - spit on it 3 times

C. Sprinkling a crumbled piece of the parents' wedding cake on top of their newborn's head while the baby is being baptised symbolises what?
Nikolyn McDonald - the circle of life

D. See question C, what country would people do this?
Katrina Gunn - Ireland

E. This tradition is thought to endow the newborn with courage and intelligence in India. It is quite horrifying. What is it?
Susan Rissi Tregoning - babies are thrown off the temple from a height of 50ft !!! Michael Jackson only held one and got lambasted!

F. What is a Panda mum? (not an animal, LOL)
Tibor Tivadar Kui - She allows kids to do things their own way, unlike a tiger mum who takes over

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ONE image per post
Let someone else post before posting again

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One main winner for 2021 will win how ever many points they won, in a USD gift voucher for the site, when trivia ends in December
So if you get every single question right that's a lot on a FAA/Pixels gift voucher

Have fun

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Marlin and Laura Hum

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Lindley Johnson

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Sandi OReilly

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Richard Reeve

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Becky Titus

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Lois Churchward

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Tibor Tivadar Kui

8 Days Ago

F. A panda parent (mum) is one who gives their kids the freedom to do things their own way.

 

Jodi DiLiberto

8 Days Ago

A. A Panda Mum is called a Sow.

 

Jessica Jenney

8 Days Ago

A. The couple that caused the fire in Arizona were having a gender reveal party

 

Tibor Tivadar Kui

8 Days Ago

Motherly care of a ginger tabby
Wall Art

 

Katrina Gunn

8 Days Ago

D. Ireland

 

VIVA Anderson

8 Days Ago

JOE

Wall Art

 

Lindley Johnson

8 Days Ago

B. In Greek tradition, the parents will each ftou, or lightly spit, at the baby to protect the baby from curses or bad luck.

 

Nikolyn McDonald

8 Days Ago

C. Circle of life

 

E. Babies are tossed off the side of a 50-foot temple and caught in a sheet below.

 
 

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I'll Love you Forever

This Northern Gannet parent lovingly attends to the needs of its young in the colony of Bonaventure Island, Quebec, Canada. Both Northern Gannet parents feed their young by regurgitation, raising one chick per year. It will take 84-97 days before it is ready to fly. Meanwhile, the mother of father will sit on the juvenile gannet (as shown in this photograph) and feed it fish.

 

Nikolyn McDonald

8 Days Ago

Where are our points awarded? I see my name as credited with C above - but do not see my name in the points list. First time I've played. Do I have to do something else?

 

Nikki, Abbie changes the totals and will add you to the list when she opens the next trivia thread.

 

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A cow and her calf from behind in a Nebraska cornfield.

 

Sandi OReilly

8 Days Ago

Babies are tossed off the side of a 30-50 foot shrine into a sheet below believing the ritual will bring good luck and long life to the child.

 

Sandi OReilly

8 Days Ago

New Born Foal's First Christmas.

Canvas Art

 

Canada Goose and Goslings by Marlin and Laura Hum

Canada Goose and Goslings

This Canada goose swimming with its goslings was seen in the spring in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 

Nikolyn McDonald

7 Days Ago

great blue heron parent feeding fledgling photo by nikolyn mcdonald

This great blue heron "baby" is almost as big as its mom! Still hanging around the nest and raiding the fridge, though.

Thanks, Susan.

 

Jessica Jenney

7 Days Ago

A composite image with my parents in Paris in the late 1940's

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Lois Bryan

7 Days Ago



A sweet little Canada Goose family floats over in my direction, with clearly hopeful expressions on their faces. Residents of our local pond, they're clearly cautious but confident that even though I've got some kind of big black thing in my face, somewhere in my pockets will be something good to eat.

 

Steven Ralser

7 Days Ago

Heron with chicks, us arboretum, Madison, Wisconsin

Heron with chicks, us arboretum, Madison, Wisconsin

 

Canvas Art
A Mallard Duck hen and her two ducklings swim through the duckweed at Heron Haven Wetlands.

 

James Brunker

7 Days Ago

A mother viscacha and her baby enjoying the sun
Cute Animals Art

 

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A Mallard Duck hen and her duckling pose on a log.

 

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