It was Colonel Mustard. In the parlor. With the candlestick. Ooops! Wrong game, although the Clue format works here.
The winning contestant to my “Any Guesses?” post came in at the eleventh hour, and I must add she has a very unfair advantage. Not only is she a friend IRL, she was #1’s teacher last year, and I’m happy to say for her, principal this year! Of course, perhaps her winning status should be called into question, not only for the afore-mentioned “nepotism”, but because she couldn’t figure out how to post a freakin’ comment! (Actually, I’ve had several tell me this week they “tried and it wouldn’t go through” :/…….STINKIN’ BLOGGER :()(Keep reciting, “you get what you pay for…you get what you pay for”).
Without further adieu, her email “post” to me. I will hand deliver the prize (once I figure out what it is).
Anyhow, it was Thomas, in History, for mummification purposes …
Earlier I failed to mention the Honorables and Almost Winners. Willowtree gets the first mention because he didn’t name the obvious child (well, not the second time, anyway) and thought very outside the box; Snoopy also appeared four times, a Pensieve record. E-mom got noticed because she was the closest to what was going on, and even I didn’t realize this was a study of ancient Egypt, not science or biology, until I asked Thomas for clarification. Pamela gets a BIG High Five for providing the biggest laugh. Out loud. I’ve already told her today I have a crush on her, she can make me giggle in 3 words or less. Eph2810 was close behind e-mom, had she read more of my blog earlier, I might’ve awarded a tie (E had the edge b/c she knew Thomas’ name). And, last, I must give something to Julie for trying to pull the wool over my eyes–her guess came after this blog was posted and she STILL got it WRONG! Must be her schoolwork frying her brain or something.
Well I never would have guessed that! Sounds like a pretty cool history class!
LOL, I wouldn’t have guessed that!
My boys would think it’s the coolest assignment ever!
I’m never looking at chicken the same again.
I would never have guessed that. I’ve never seen lab experiments conducted in History class before.
Glad there were no photos, I’m having chicken for dinner.
Oh.my.goodness. – I didn’t know that kids have to mummify chicken in American schools. Yikes. BTW – we don’t disect frogs in Germany either – at least I don’t remember doing it – but then again could be my age that I have forgotten *grin*…
That is pretty cool!
I think I got one of those served to me at a restaurant once.
*perhaps you will indulge us with a photo after the fact???
I am just learning a few things about Firefox. Did you know that when you go to a blog it will be the last post you saw and not the newest post? I read on Pamela, Karmyn or WT’s blogs that they had to hit refresh to get the most current post to come up. I only saw this post and not the post with the answer. Now, I am refreshing every blog I go to because for some reason they do not load the current stuff. I am getting irritated with Blogger. You sound a bit irritated yourself, with Blogger that is.
Oh and yes, my schoolwork is frying my brain! 🙂 (Well, that is the excuse we will use today.)
A hoot! Now THAT I never would have guessed. Ever, ever, in a million years. I thought had it pegged for sure. What a NEAT history project. I really do think it’s the coolest, Robin. Thanks for the “honorable mention,” and now I’m going to check out those mummification links.
(How could you even think of cooking up one of those cool specimens for dinner?)
See what I miss by being out of town? And, that’s EXACTLY what I would have guessed: Thomas, history, mummification.
And for the Linguistic Profile, what happened to the other 5%? I think they mistakenly left off RedNeck.
Julie, at least you’re TRYING Firefox (I’m too chicken)(which is a funny analogy for this post, lol).
E-mom……..I KNOW! I’m a glutton!
Swampy, YOU figured out the missing link!!! It IS redneck!!! I always knew you were the sharpest tool in Pensieve’s box 😉