QUIZ: What Miami County Park Should You Have Your Ashes Scattered In?

QUIZ: What Miami County Park Should You Have Your Ashes Scattered In?

Find out what Miami County Park Should You Have Your Ashes Scattered In!

There are a large number of gorgeous parks in Miami County, but only one can be your final resting place. So where should you have your ashes scattered? Take this quiz to find out!

Spritegoose: We Keep You Safe
Danny's Custard Wagon
Schafty's Brew House
Tippecanoe Lifestyle Community, Bue you in front of everyone else
Passion Winery
Hard Balls Casino
Steel Lounge
Twinkle Van Dam: Psychic for Hire
Matt's Wasted
McGinty Funeral Home
Miami County Pyramid Schemes
Visit Lake St. Mary's Today
El Sombrero

What item would you bring to a desert island?

1. A naginata
2. Various fine cheeses
3. Cell Phone
4. A ball of yarn

Who are you in your friend group?

This chick
The Stan
This guy
This one
This nice lady

Who's your daddy?

Bryan
Kyle
Danny
Bryan

What is your dream vacation?

1. The mountains
2. The beach
3. The big city
4. I have never, nor do I ever, plan on going on vacation

What is your ideal smoke spot?

1. Your parent's garage
2. A parking lot
3. The bushes next to the rail road tracks
4. I don't smoke

What is your favorite food?

1. Melted down pennies
2. A bowl of cherries and a pitcher of milk
3. Pizza
4. Hot dog

All 6 questions completed!


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Spritegoose: We Keep You Safe
Twinkle Van Dam: Psychic for Hire
Hard Balls Casino
Schafty's Brew House
Passion Winery
El Sombrero
Matt's Wasted
Tippecanoe Lifestyle Community, Bue you in front of everyone else
Miami County Pyramid Schemes
Visit Lake St. Mary's Today
McGinty Funeral Home
Miami County Singles
Steel Lounge
Danny's Custard Wagon

Davis Wong

Founder, CEO, Editor-in-Chief, Miami County Bugle Caller. Lifelong Miami County resident, Casstown native, MEHS '02.

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