Bonus Questions / Caption THIS!

Bonus question week 6!

We ended the episode at a midsummer festival outside Vilinus, Lithuania.  The midsummer festival has been a long standing tradition with roots both in Paganism and Christianity. 

  1. What “venerable” monk is heralded as the one responsible for Mid-summer festivals? (20 points)
  2. What was the name of his document where he set out the principles of changing daylight according to the position of the cosmos? (20 points)

Good luck!

Caption THIS! Week 6:

 

Bonus answer Week 5

Inhabitants of Burkina Faso make silk lining out of pig’s ears.  Apparently there’s a saying that “You can’t make silk from a sow’s ear”.  And apparently, that saying is wrong.

Advertisements

7 Responses to Bonus Questions / Caption THIS!

  1. JLJ says:

    These two aren’t getting along very well, thought the Traveling Gnome.

  2. PB says:

    Look! We got chosen for the caption this two weeks in a row now and I don’t want to hear your complaining!

  3. chris m says:

    That thing is NOT our baby, so get back to the ward and find out where it went!!

  4. Chris H. says:

    If I hear anymore whining about U-Turning Lorena and Jason, I’m shoving that G** da** gnome up your G** da** @$$!

  5. Caitlin says:

    Right there! Your roots are starting to show! You need to get in to see Fabrizio today, honey; we have a reputation to defend!

  6. Boutros says:

    I KNOW my arm is huge!

  7. Agnes says:

    I know your little friend is a traveling genius, but he can’t count worth anything so take your gnome home and don’t come back!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: