Video games are a funny thing. While books and cars have to wait decades to be considered classics, video games only have to wait a few years. The technology moves so quickly that games fall prey to the same curse as laptops and cell phones. Read More Fun Time Open Thread: Video Games
When I get fuzzy in the brain, I tend to get the phrase “chicken fried and zombified” stuck in my head. I’m feeling pretty chicken fried tonight, so we’re going to have a Zombiefest. Read More Fun Time Open Thread: Zombiefest
So, here it is – Lord of the Rings trivia time. While not everybody loves the books, there is no denying that the trilogy changed the world of science fiction and fantasy literature forever.
No, it’s not trivia about DIY projects, though that would be fun and I believe I will save the idea for a later date,* I am letting you all take the reins and supply your favorite trivia facts for everyone to share. Read More Fun Time Open Thread: DIY Trivia
It’s no secret that I read a lot of fantasy. It is my favorite genre, with mystery coming in a close second. Since I know that I’m not alone in my love for swords and sorcery, I thought we would play “Who’s That Mage?” tonight. Read More Fun Time Open Thread: Know Your Magic Users
I had it all planned in my head that I was going to do some candy trivia tonight, inspired by the fact that I have been eating a disturbing number of Nestle’s Crunch limited edition Girl Scout Cookie candy bars – you know, to support the Girl Scouts. Then I sat down at the laptop, surrounded by Thin Mint Crunch wrappers, and thought, “I’ll do phobias instead!” It would seem that my sugar-addled brain thinks all the long words are fun to say.
My two favorite things about summer television are Leverage and Warehouse 13, and both of them are starting up in the next few weeks! I am so excited, I could spit. Since I’ve got TV on the brain, it seemed like a natural choice for trivia this week. Read More Fun Time Open Thread: TV Time
We have decided that if we ever get P-Mag bumper stickers, they will say, “I know things; I read Persephone Magazine.” We cover a surprisingly diverse array of topics and I, for one, know that I am smarter than I was before becoming involved with these clever and bookish women. Read More Fun Time Open Thread: All About Us