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Tonight's editors

Eddie Mair | 10:19 UK time, Tuesday, 17 April 2007

are busy doing a quiz in today's Telegraph about "What Class are you?" Not a word to the bosses.


  1. At 10:36 AM on 17 Apr 2007, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    Primary 3 & 4, is my guess.

  2. At 10:45 AM on 17 Apr 2007, whisky-joe wrote:

    Question 5

    Answer = Porridge.

  3. At 10:52 AM on 17 Apr 2007, Izzy T'Me wrote:

    whisky-joe (2) - Are you sure? I thought it was "rice crispies".......... ah, I see...........

  4. At 11:00 AM on 17 Apr 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Your editors read the telegraph? I may have to rethink my decision to listen this evening!

  5. At 11:23 AM on 17 Apr 2007, Fearless Fred wrote:

    Put it this way, do any of them shout "Come on, Tim!" when they're watching any sort of sporting event?

  6. At 11:27 AM on 17 Apr 2007, Perky wrote:

    Must stop clinking those glasses when I say "cheers" - although obviously I don't do it with the best crystal . . . . and I suppose drinking a pint down in one isn't particularly classy either, is it. Honestly. What's the world coming to?

  7. At 12:57 PM on 17 Apr 2007, Humph wrote:

    Is that what they were shouting, Fearless (5)? It sounded more like "You and I, Ted!", to me.


  8. At 05:03 PM on 17 Apr 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Oh for push's sake!

  9. At 08:28 PM on 17 Apr 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Well apparently my appreciation of Humph's post at 7 has been moderated. Why for goodness' sake?

  10. At 12:02 AM on 18 Apr 2007, Val P wrote:

    Would I have to "take" the Telegraph to understand what you're all on about here?

    Nice Strapline Annasee!

    Ah but maliciously fast apparently though. Now I remember why I've been too busy to do this recently.

  11. At 10:55 AM on 18 Apr 2007, Big Sister wrote:


    Just found the following - so no need to soil your hands on the Telegraph ;o)!


    Having just done it myself, I'm awarding myself a coat of arms - teehee!

  12. At 01:04 PM on 18 Apr 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Thanks Big Sis, I finally see what it's all about. It's way, way out for me but I enjoyed a few moments! :-)

  13. At 01:11 PM on 18 Apr 2007, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    Do you get nil points if your answer ain't there? Or 40 points?

  14. At 01:33 PM on 18 Apr 2007, Belinda wrote:

    Ed (130: I had exactly the same problem. I suspect that makes us "class-free" (or "class-less", being the Telegraph).

  15. At 01:51 PM on 18 Apr 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    The ones without answers that matched me, I tried to opt for the one that was nearest - it seemed the only way to go. Not having children, I was stuck on the toy one, so I plumped for the answer that would have been true (i.e. what I'd like to have been true).

    I don't think it was meant to be anything other than lighthearted - the fact that I ended up in the 'coat of arms' category is sufficient testimony to that!

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