My first quizz


22 May 2006, 10:44

Why are you taking yet another shuffle quiz?
Manowar - Number one
Comments: It's the first one.

What's currently in your fridge?
Alice Cooper - Poison
Comments: And vegetables

Your biggest nightmare?
Cradle of Filth - Dawn of Cthulhu
Comments: Phnglui mglwnafh Cthulhu Rlyeh wgahnagl Ftagn!

What place would you like to visit?
Dragonball - Karin Tou no Karin Sama
Comments: I want to be in Karin Tower!

A reason to commit suicide?
Blind Guardian - Imaginations from the other side
Comments: To lose all my illusions

Why are we here?
Judas Priest - Rock you all around the world
Comments: That's clear

Something you never dared to say to anyone...?
ACDC - What do you do for money, honey?
Comments: Sex shall be free!

One thing the world really doesn't need?
Blind Guardian - Another holy war
Comments: And that's coming, by the way

What's your biggest unfulfilled wish?
Blind Guardian - Fly
Comments: I haven't been on a plane...

If you could invent something, what would it be?
Judas Priest - Electric eye
Comments: Don't want to be spied. I want to spy.

The last thing you say before you die?
Blind Guardian - Valhalla
Comments: Valhalla... why've you ever forgotten me?

What's your destiny?
Manowar - Gates of Valhalla
Comments: I know, I'm repeating myself, but... I want to be in Valhalla, with those dead warriors... Jimi Hendrix, Bon Scott...

What do you do when you're alone in an elevator?
Chastain - I fear no evil
Comments: The evil elevator monster awaits you!

Why do people go fishing?
Megadeth - Peace sells
Comments: I heard it's relaxing

What would you do with your slaves?
Manowar - Pleasure slave
Comments: Ehem...

Is there a man on the moon?
Savage Garden - To the moon and back
Comments: I did go. And I came back, there are no chicks in there.

How does hell look like?
Iced Earth - Travel in stygian
Comments: Simpsons way. A lot of rocker zombies playing good ol' rock'n'roll

About what would you like to write a book?
Black Sabbath - Heaven and hell
Comments: Mmmmm. The great battle

The best thing ever is...?
Alice Cooper - Sex, death and money
Comments: Forget death. And forget money if you want.

Why did the chicken cross the road?
Alice Cooper - Pick up the bones
Comments: It was a gravedigger chicken

Why do you listen to music?
Scorpions - You give me all I need
Comments: ...

What do you do when you're alone and nobody's watching?
Bob Seger - Still the same
Comments: I don't need to hide!

Why are other people so stupid?
Alice Cooper - Brutal planet
Comments: It's just a self-defence strategy

Last thing you ate?
Alice Cooper - Devil's food
Comments: My stomach is burning...

Why is grass green?
Demons & Wizards - Fiddler on the green
Comments: Because 'fiddler on the yellow' won't rhyme.

Your phone is ringing, but who's on the other end?
Judas Priest - The green manalishi (with the two-pronged crown)
Comments: What's a manalishi?

What should you stop doing?
Dio - Losing my insanity
Comments: Too many years sharing my life with it.

A word of advice to the readers of this quiz?
Alice Cooper - Eat some more
Comments: The same my mother always said to me in christmas' dinners.


  • Nitra666

    Cthulhu is a 2006 thriller/horror movie, directed by Dan Gildark and co-written by Grant Cogswell and Dan Gildark. The film is loosely based on the short story The Shadow Over Innsmouth (1936) by H.P. Lovecraft. [i] Cthulhu (other spellings: Kutulu, Kthulhut, Thu Thu, Tulu[1], and many others) is a fictional character in the Cthulhu Mythos created by horror author H.P. Lovecraft.[2] Cthulhu is often preceded by the title Great or Dread. Lovecraft suggested that Cthulhu is pronounced Khlul'-hloo (IPA: [ˈʀlʊlχlu])[3]. However, according to Lovecraft, this is merely the closest that the human vocal apparatus can come to reproducing the syllables of an alien language. Other possible pronunciations include /kəˈθuːluː/, /kəˈθʊːluː/, or /kəˈtʰʊːluː/.[4] Although the cycle of stories written by Lovecraft, his protégés, and his literary successors bear the label Cthulhu Mythos (a term invented by August Derleth and never used by Lovecraft), Cthulhu is arguably one of the least terrible creatures in the pantheon.[5] Cthulhu himself[6] debuted in Lovecraft's short story The Call of Cthulhu[7] (1928)—though he makes minor appearances in a few other of Lovecraft's works[8].[/i] [img][/img]

    22 May 2006, 11:09
  • Nitra666

    Green Manalishi is a word used for a wad of 500 dollar or bills in an elastic band but we all know that is PUUR LSD [img][/img]

    22 May 2006, 11:27
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