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Q: Connect 'max and mush', 'drabt is off' and 'sir left weed' ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Connect 'max and mush', 'drabt is off' and 'sir left weed'
Category: Sports and Recreation > Trivia
Asked by: codger-ga
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Posted: 14 Jan 2004 15:59 PST
Expires: 13 Feb 2004 15:59 PST
Question ID: 296579
My reputation is in tatters: I'm helping my mother with a village quiz
and, though I have Google and the Internet and she only books, I'm
stumped. The quiz is in the forms of triplets which are connected in
some way that allows them to be described by a single, singular noun.

For example 'Farfalle', 'Rigatoni' and 'Penne' gives 'pasta'.. But to
give you a better flavour, 'Encyclia', 'Pleione' and 'Stanhopea' gives
'orchid'. The one I'm stuck on is:

'max and mush'
'drabt is off'
'sir left weed'

(Capitalisation unknown.)

Yes, 'drabt' - beats me. Seems it might be Danish word but the
glossaries don't recognise it as an acronym. Tried anagrams (surely
not). Still stuck.

Clarification of Question by codger-ga on 20 Jan 2004 01:35 PST
I've got a bit more on the format. Whereas my example with the pasta
types would have been written all in lower case, other questions have
indicated proper nouns with initial capital letters. The problem is
actually written,

Max and Mush
Drabt is off
Sir Left Weed

In other questions, if the first word is not a proper noun, it does
not have a capital; all this implying some of the above *are* proper

Thanks for the comments but I've not got any further (and in the first
case, it's a collection category we're looking for).
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Connect 'max and mush', 'drabt is off' and 'sir left weed'
From: pinkfreud-ga on 15 Jan 2004 11:38 PST
A word which goes with both Max and Mush is "Mad."

Mad Mush (a rock group):

Mad Max (the title character of a Mel Gibson movie):
Subject: Re: Connect 'max and mush', 'drabt is off' and 'sir left weed'
From: justaskscott-ga on 15 Jan 2004 12:26 PST
A possibility: "drabt" could be "Dr. Abt".  A Google search indicates
that there are some doctors named Abt.

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