Now there are many topics to choose from when playing this game. Everything from Astronomy and Physics to Science Fiction books and Fantasy movies and television. I’ll be in a groove, answering questions correctly then suddenly they ask something and I’m totally clueless. It’s both fascinating and frustrating.
Another game I’m addicted to is Stum?ed. It’s similar to Game of Nerds but a different format. Your competitors have chances to delay your answers by turning the questions upside down, scrambling the questions or turning the lights out.
What I find interesting about these games is the fact that you can’t possibly know everything. At least I can’t. There are subjects that interest me and I can answer trivia questions about them all day long, but other subjects bore me. I’ll never be able to answer questions about them unless the answers are drilled into my head.
I can’t imagine knowing everything. Can you? There would be no mystery, no reason to study, no reason to learn.
Yes, I am a nerd. I’m proud of that fact. I’m also proud to say I’m not a Know-it-all.
Oh. If you want to play Game of Nerds or Stum?ed with me, my id for both games is Khufu Kitty. Just search for me.
BTW I am writing. I’ve compiled notes from my lovely critique partners and am digging into edits TODAY.