we're gonna need a larger trophy

my lifetime record as undefeated at trivial pursuit remains intact. to be fair, i thought my opponent would win, but as when he had all 6 of his pieces and was trying to get to the middle of the board, i staged an amazing comeback, and got my last 4 pieces, made it to the center, and answered the game winning question in a single turn.


who's next?


Steve Wednesday, June 07, 2006 9:40:00 pm  

I wish I could say I was undefeated at trivial pursuit. Unfortunately, when I was eleven, I challenged my fifth grade teacher to a game. Yeah, I got walloped.

But I haven't lost in the last 20 years!

Chris Cope Wednesday, June 07, 2006 11:17:00 pm  

I don't think it counts when you play Trivial Pursuit with your dog, Heather.

jay are Thursday, June 08, 2006 12:45:00 am  

very cool! haven't played that for a long time and now I wanna again. Match? (I won't even ruffle your record).

Monstee Thursday, June 08, 2006 2:44:00 am  

Why they call that game Trivial Pursuit? You not really pursuing anything, especially trivia. They should call that game what it really am... like...
"Let's see who's a smarty pants"
"Thank you Mr/Ms Know-it-all"
"Screw you! I knew THAT one! Why the hell don't I get all the easy questions like YOU do?"

littlegoat Thursday, June 08, 2006 8:14:00 am  

Have you memorized the questions in the standard deck, yet? It seems like the more one plays, the better one would get, as long as she had a capacity for memory that far surpassed most people's, which I'm pretty sure you do, you trivia-game-dominating freak! (;

I've seen you watch Jeopardy. I know better than to play Trivial Pursuit with you. heh.

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