If you have not read Quiz #100. “…one.” just yet, you’re about to read the answer to the “What did NOT happen?” question from that quiz.
Here’s the answer:
What did NOT happen?
A. Sara also ordered Jenga, the stacking game with wooden blocks. With a tremor in my left hand, it was not a great game for me;
B. For Christmas, John gave me a cocktail mixing set. I used the jigger and shaker to mix and make whiskey sours on New Year’s Eve, following the recipe with fresh-squeezed lemon juice, simple syrup and Maker’s Mark bourbon;
C. For New Year’s Eve, for the first time, Sara made a cheesecake in her Insta-Pot;
D. At the stroke of midnight, we could hear one unidentified female neighbor releasing a primal scream in their front yard. It wasn’t panic or distress--just a long “F.U. 2020” scream to let it all out;
E. On New Year’s Eve, I stumped John with a riddle from the son of a co-worker, “What’s the last word most people say out loud in any given year?”
This is a bit of a trick answer. My co-worker’s son did come up with this riddle several years ago on New Year’s Eve, but John was not stumped. He was able to come up with the answer. It’s “…one.”
Here’s the next quiz in the series: Quiz #101. “I’d Give My Right Arm To Be Tom Seaver.”
Here’s the previous quiz in the series: Quiz #99. Numbers.
Here’s the first quiz in the series: Quiz #1. Stella and Social Distancing, March 13, 2020
Here is an archive of all the quizzes.
The quiz is explained here: Steve’s Stay-at-Home Coronavirus Quiz.
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