Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Free Quiz Questions Vol.1


1.  Which is the only number which is spelt the same in both French and English?
2.  Was Britains first astronaut, male or female?
3.  What is the only item of clothing worn by Bugs Bunny?
4.  Which natural-phenomena cause the most deaths on average per year,
           Earthquakes, Hurricanes or Lightning Strikes?
5.  What is the name of the legendary city of gold sought by the Spanish conquistadors?
6.  What name is given to a chewy biscuit, made of oats, sugar, butter and golden syrup?
7.  Who in history is reputed to have shot an apple off the top of his son’s head?
8.  On the national flag of Wales how many feet does the dragon have on the ground?
9.  Which cartoon character regularly sang Clementine?
10.What are Dame Edna Everidge’s favourite flowers?
11.True or False – Prince is the real first name of the US pop star
         ‘The artist formerly known as Prince’?
12.True or False, the Queen of England doesn't have a passport?
13.Multiple choice, did Kilts originate in Scotland, Ireland or France?
14.Which fictional astronaut did David Bowie sing about?
15.Name 2 Black Lace top 10 records?
16.What colour flag does a ship fly if there is disease on board?
17.Which is the only creature where the male becomes pregnant?
18.What was the name of the spaceship in “Blake’s 7”?
19.Which of these is not a nut – Peanut, Acorn, Chestnut or Hazelnut?
20.Which is Europe's largest brewery?


1. Six
2. Female  (Helen Sharman)
3. White Gloves
4. Lightning Strikes
5. El Dorado
6. Flapjack
7. William Tell
8. Three
9. Huckleberry Hound
10. Gladioli
11. True
12. True
13. France
14. Major Tom
15. Agadoo (2*), Superman (9*) and Do the Conga (10*) *Chart pos.
16. Yellow (The Yellow Jack)
17. Seahorse (the male carries the females eggs in a pouch until they are born)
18. The Liberator
19. Peanut (It's a member of the pea family)
20. The Heineken Brewery in the Netherlands closely followed by Guinness in Dublin

These pub quiz questions and answers are taken from www.quizpub.co.uk/

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