Thursday, March 15, 2012

The 100-day, 100-Question Great Star Wars Blogathon, Question 23


Don't forget the Star Wars Blogathon Blogfest Biweekly Writing Challenge! Details here.

New to this? Don't fret: Just answer the question and start getting points, check back often, and have your lawyer read these official rules before you sue me. And those rules tell all the way you can score points.


Just a quick question, as I'm worn out from giving you 64 fascinating things about the NCAA Tournament. It's a long post, sure, but did anyone ever consider that Tolstoy used a lot of words, too?

For 12 points:

What are kouhouns?

"Caller #2" gets 10 points today, provided you're also not commenter number 1.

Here's your standings.

And yeah, I compared my blog post about college basketball to Tolstoy. Frankly, I think mine is better. Have you ever read Anna Karenina? My GOD, that was boring.

7 comments:

Grumpy Bulldog, March Madman said...

Worms that try to kill Padme.

Andrew Leon said...

Well, it's spelled "kouhun" for one thing. And they're not worms. They're arthropods. Like centipedes.

Is the pic of Padme meant to be a hint? :P

Rusty Webb said...

Bwaaamp... wrong on both counts. They're Wookies. A southern tribe if memory serves.

Matthew MacNish said...

Damn. I just heard of this contest, and already, I'm too late.

Matthew MacNish said...

I forgot to follow before. Thanks for dropping by, Briane.

Grumpy Bulldog, March Madman said...

Man, even if I got it right I'd only gain 2 points on Andrew. Argh.

Rusty Webb said...

I don't know if I referred him. But I claim him. Wait, is that how it works.