The Bard or the Bible?
Many common phrases are based on the Bible. Others are well-known because they appear in the works of the bard, Shakespeare. Can you tell them apart?
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8/12 – not so hot! I screwed up a lot of the ones where “both” was an option. I am pretty good with the Bible, but I don’t think I’ve read Shakespeare since I was 16.
9 out of 12. it was harder than I’d anticipated. PS I Took a picture of tha big chicken this week I mentioned seeing in the farmers yard. I stopped and asked him if I could do so for a friend . He lit up 🙂
Thanks DM. I can’t wait to see it.
I have no Shakespear in my background, so there was quite a bit of guessing on my end
I also got 9 correct out of 12. I do have to admit to a lot of guesswork.
8/12. Not bad for guessing on all but two.