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Fun Quiz Questions and Answers
- In 1655, diarist Samuel Pepys became the first person in Britain to write about which pet?
- Which Hollywood actor named his son Kal-El after the birthname of Superman?
- Who is often referred to as 'Brenda' by the satirical magazine Private Eye?
- As of 2016, no member state has ever withdrawn from the EU, but which African country left the EU in 1962?
- What was invented in the late 1950s by Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes in a failed attempt at creating three-dimensional plastic wallpaper?
- Who was the first man to urinate on the moon?
- It was not possible for Tracey Emin to win the The Turner art prize last year; why?
- What does the 'D' stand for in D-Day?
- In South Wales, UK, what is Lord Hereford's Knob?
- Not including the thumb, how many fingers does Homer Simpson have on one hand?
- Which notoriously tight comedian used to tip taxi drivers by slipping something into the driver's pocket saying, "Have a drink on me." And that something would turn out to be a tea bag?
- Is Ramsbottom a town in Greater Manchester, Yorkshire or Cumbria?
- 'Don't tell him Pike', is one of the funniest classic lines in British television history, but he didn't give Pike's first name; what is it?
- Eastender's Jim proposed to Dot in one, and Karl did the same to Susan in a 2007 episode of Neighbours - in what exactly?
- Nicolas Cage
- The Queen
- Algeria (left upon independence from France in 1962)
- Bubble Wrap
- Buzz Aldrin
- The Turner Prize had an upper age limit of 50 which was lifted in 2017 (Tracey Emin was 54 in July 2017)
- Day (so yes, it means Day-Day)
- It's a mountain
- Tommy Cooper
- Greater Manchester
- A capsule of the London Eye
Fun Quiz Questions II
- Which quiz expert is sometimes referred to as 'frosty knickers'?
- What is just east of the crater Sabine and near a depression unofficially called 'U.S. Highway Number 1'?
- Two days ago I was fifteen years old. Next year I will be eighteen. When is my birthday, and what is today's date?
- When read aloud, the three words meaning 'island whose capital is Douglas', 'units of digital information' and 'common name of Canis lupus familiaris' form what improbable three-word headline?
- American's call it a 'Bronx cheer', what do the British call it?
- How long did it take comedian David Walliams to swim the Channel in July 2006 for Sports Relief: (a)6 hours and 34 minutes, (b)10 hours and 34 minutes, (c)14 hours and 34 minutes, or (d)18 hours and 34 minutes?
- What was the first food item eaten on the moon?
- The radioactive isotope Americium-241 can be found in which item in many homes?
- What did Lorena Bobbitt cut off in 1993?
- In horse racing, the distance 'a horse length' equals roughly how many feet?
- In the 1980s TV game show Bullseye losing contestants were told they would get their BFH - what does BFH stand for?
- In which decade was the last person executed by guillotine in France?
- What does the word 'Sahara' mean in Arabic?
- Who was the first US president to use a helicopter for official travel?
- Anne Hegerty (by host Bradley Walsh in The Chase)
- The Sea of Tranquility or Tranquility Base (site of first moon landing)
- Birthday 31 December, and today is 1 January
- Man eats dog
- Blowing a raspberry or a fart ( a raspberry actually comes from the cockney rhyming slang 'raspberry tart')
- (b)10 hours and 34 minutes
- Communion bread (by Buzz Aldrin)
- Smoke detectors
- Her husband's penis
- 8 feet
- Bus Fare Home
- 1970s (Hamida Djandoubi, on 10 September 1977)
- Dwight D. Eisenhower
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