Tag Archives: Tuesday

Tuesday 22nd Oct 2019

Tonight’s Quiz:

9pm – O’Connors. Jackpot: £60. Cheat clue: Hi-Tack (music round)

It’s Tuesday which Josh’s quiz at O’Connor’s.

Cheat News

One of the answers in tonight’s picture is Leatherback, which is a kind of turtle.

One of the four main types: Green, Giant, Leatherback and Ninja.

Am I the only person who always thought the Ninja Turtles were shite?

Image result for the ninja turtles are rubbish
Mainly cack

Probably, anyway the turtle in the picture round tonight is a REAL turtle and she deserves our respect.

The other thing that deserves respect is the jackpot at Josh’s quiz tonight. It’s sixty quid.

And if my recent visit to Tesco still holds, that means you could buy ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY coconuts.

You could probably even negotiate a deal for bulk and come home with a hundred and fifty copies of the hairy, tropical delicacy.

But it’s important to remember how you spend the cash you win is UP TO YOU.

Things you could conceivably purchase with tonight’s prize money:

  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Illicit street drugs
  • TV License (part)
  • A palm reading from a seaside Gypsy
  • Literally thousands of rubber bands

The choices of your life.

9pm at O’Connor’s

O'Connors at Canonmills - formerly 'The Other Place'
O’Connors at Canonmills – formerly ‘The Other Place’

Lots of love,

Dr Paul

Instagram: #dpquiz

Twitter: @dpquiz

Facebook page: Dr Paul

Facebook Group: Dr Paul Quizzes



For cheats and hints to win Dr Paul quizzes in Edinburgh, get the weekly email.

Tuesday 8th October 2019

Tonight’s Quiz:

9pm – O’Connors. Jackpot: £30. Cheat clue: Wamdue Project (music round)

It’s Tuesday which means getting your feet moving down to Canonmills for Josh’s quiz at O’Connor’s.

Or up to Canonmills, if you live in Inverleith.

Anyway – do we really go down to England or up to Dundee? I met a woman last night who was planning to go to Dundee this morning. I hope she’s OK.

Cheat News

One of the answers in tonight’s music round is Wamdue Project who had a one-hit career in the late 90s with a song that made very little sense at all but was played at every club and on every radio station until everyone in Britain didn’t understand it together.

here are the lyrics. If you can make sense of them, please post in the Facebook group or leave a comment here.


Must be the reason why I’m king of my castle
Must be the reason why I’m free in my threshole
Must be the reason why I’m king of my castle
Must be reason why I’m making examples to you

See? It’s complete bollocks.

This is the song:

The bangin’ sound of ninety-nine

Don’t try too hard to make sense of it, because it doesn’t make sense.

Just get yourself to the quiz tonight and we can be friends forever.

9pm at O’Connor’s

O'Connors at Canonmills - formerly 'The Other Place'
O’Connors at Canonmills – formerly ‘The Other Place’

Lots of love,

Dr Paul

Instagram: #dpquiz

Twitter: @dpquiz

Facebook page: Dr Paul

Facebook Group: Dr Paul Quizzes



For cheats and hints to win Dr Paul quizzes in Edinburgh, get the weekly email.

Tuesday September 17th

Tonight’s Quiz:

9pm – O’Connors. Jackpot: £60. Cheat clue: Alphaville(music round)

Cool.

Cheat News

One of the answers in tonight’s music round is Alphaville This is the song:

German Mega Pop

This is one of the most iconic pop songs of the eighties. What a sound. When we first heard this on the radio in 1984, our British minds were blown. “Who are these Japanese blokes?” we thought.

Turns out they were German which, at the time, was only marginally less exotic.

Listen: you’re young and you live in the city. There are people everywhere, from everywhere.

You won’t appreciate that back in the UK of the 80s, especially in Scotland, foreigners were much thinner on the ground. Even being French was pretty far out.

Now you can meet people right here in Edinburgh who are from pretty much everywhere. Germans are rife.

I like the change, it’s more fluid but there is no political point attached to this observation. An observation is all it is.

Come to the quiz tonight. 9pm at O’Connor’s



For cheats and hints to win Dr Paul quizzes in Edinburgh, get the weekly email.

tUESDAY nIGHT qUIZ

Tonight’s Quiz:

9pm – O’Connors. Jackpot: £60. Cheat clue: Labrinth (music round)

The Festival Is Over

Yes. All the festival wanks are away back to London. The students don’t turn up for another few weeks. The weather is still good. This is Edinburgh’s golden time. Gotta love it.

Cheat News

One of the answers in tonight’s picture round is Labrinth. This is the song:

Raindance

Nice enough song. Strong street dance. Remember – YOU TOO could dance like this on the way home tonight if you come and get pished at the quiz.

Come to the quiz tonight. 9pm at O’Connor’s

I’ll see you there as I am standing in tonight.

For cheats and hints to win Dr Paul quizzes in Edinburgh, get the weekly email.

Tuesday 30th July

Tonight’s Quiz:

9pm – O’Connors. Jackpot: £30.

On the corner of Broughton Road and Rodney Street

Kerry is back tonight at O’Connor’s – the new on the Canonmills scene.

The booze and chat is gaining plaudits around the neighbourhood and so is the food.

Kerry reports that the food at O’Connor’s is excellent and the kitchen is open till just before the quiz so you can come in and have some nice dinner first.

If you’re not a vegetarian you could potentially feast on slaughtered animals before going on to slaughter the opposition in the quiz.

Fun fact: slaughter is only the word laughter slightly lengthened but the two meanings couldn’t be more different.

This goes to show the importance in day-to-day life of spelling but remember that in the quiz, spelling is not terribly important. If we know what you mean then you get the points.

Here’s tonight’s cheat. It’s for the picture round it’s the fact that this guy got his medals for sailing.

Less fun fact: you absolutely HAVE to be posh to win medals at sailing. It’s de rigueur.

Anyway: the class war continues on the streets and it’s a fight that will last forever but in the meantime, take a bit of me time and get yourself to the quiz.

you owe it to yourself.

Cheers,

Dr Paul

Still reading? Follow Dr Paul Quiz on the unstable rollerball of TWITTER, or you can try the thoroughly decent Instagram which really is just pictures and all the better for it.

For cheats and hints to win Dr Paul quizzes in Edinburgh, get the weekly email.

NEW QUIZ for TUESDAYS! – starting tonight

Brand New Pub Quiz in Edinburgh Tonight:

On the back of continuing success in Musselburgh, Kerry now brings you Tuesday nights in the Canonmills area… at brand new pub O’Connor’s

9pm – O’Connors. Jackpot: £100. (one-off special jackpot for opening night only) Cheat: Supergrass(music round)

This is a new night. You can say you were at the very first quiz at O’Connor’s. And to make it extra-festive, top boss Christy is putting up a one-time-only £100 jackpot.

I’m not a hundred per cent sure of the deal but I THINK we’re saying this hundred pounds MUST BE WON.

Now, opening nights tend to be a little quiet, so that’s good odds. Get your ass to Canonmills.

If you don’t live in North Edinburgh you might not know where Canonmills is. It’s basically at the bottom of Broughton Street – where Rodney Street meets Broughton Road.

The number 8 bus goes there and so does the 36. The 23 and the 27 pass nearby. It’s a fucking great wee part of town.

As ever, I’ll post a cheat on the day. Tonight’s cheat is for the music round and it’s 90s rockers Supergrass. This is what the song sounds like:

The Grass

So come on and get your North Edinburgh Tuesday night vibe moving. Do it!

If you do know the area, you might already know that O’Connor’s is an entirely new business, having taken over the space that used to be ‘The Other Place’

The Other Place was all right but O’Connor’s is going to be loads better and that is OFFICIAL

Word.

Still reading? Follow Dr Paul on the unstable rollerball of TWITTER, or you can try the thoroughly decent Instagram which really is just pictures and all the better for it.

For cheats and hints to win Dr Paul quizzes in Edinburgh, get the weekly email.