Pick a Word – November 2022

Lost in Translations Pick a Word

Paula’s words were hard not to try and find one photo for a couple of words. It’s more fun with a photo for each don’t you think? Following these photos there is a quiz, so pay attention.

ARRANGED

CODED PATTERN

ORGANISED

SEQUENTIAL

SYSTEMATISED

OK Had time to take in each photo?

The question is – Which photo is the odd one out? A quiz with a twist πŸ™‚

43 thoughts on “Pick a Word – November 2022

      1. Dairy cows are the most organised. Every cow knows it place on the walk to the sheds πŸ™‚
        The trick is that the cows are rural, the pumpkin and poles are urban and odd one out is the Pandanus fruit which is coastal πŸ™‚

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    1. Dairy cows are the most organised as they make their way to the sheds. I guess you would have to know and see dairies in action to understand how organised they are.

      The trick answer is that the cows are rural, the pumpkin and poles are urban and odd one out is the Pandanus fruit which is coastal πŸ™‚

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    1. They are very organised as the wend their way to the dairy sheds. The dominant cows are first and the new milkers are at the rear.

      The trick answer is that the cows are rural, the pumpkin and poles are urban and odd one out is the Pandanus fruit which is coastal πŸ™‚

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    1. Being a coastal person I knew you would have picked it. Dairy cows are the most organised of cow but I guess you have be near a dairy to know that. Older cows are milked first and the younger ones bring up the rear. It is interesting to watch some younger ones wait until older cows pass before joining the line to the sheds

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