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- In which Olympic sport are beards not allowed?
- Trivia is the plural of which noun?
- It's a common misconception that the word 'golf is an acronym for what?
- What do the sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel add up to?
- What do the following Internet acronyms mean: (a)JK, (b)BYOB, and (c)SMH?
- What small amimal was porn actor Ron Jeremy nicknamed after?
- Which sports' 38 mm balls were officially replaced by 40 mm balls in 2000 to slow down the game?
- What does the 'S' in Harry S Truman stand for?
- Which star of television's Friends has the middle name Bass?
- Which is the only U.S. state that can be typed on just the middle row of a QWERTY keyboard?
- What do the films Three Amigos, Mars Attack, and Moulin Rouge all have in common?
- 1770 is a village in which country?
- Which of the world's capital cities comes last alphabetically?
- Whose law stated that: ‘Anything that can go wrong will go wrong’?
- Name the first American film to show a toilet being flushed on screen?
- Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden (it's now accepted that 'golf' is derived from an old word meaning 'club')
- (a)Just kidding, (b)Bring your own beer, and (c)Shake my head
- The Hedgehog
- Table tennis
- Nothing (hence, there is no full-stop after his middle initial)
- Courteney Cox
- They are all followed by exclamation marks
- Australia (the name was given to a village in 1970 to commemorate the bicentennial of Cook's visit)
- Zagreb (capital of Croatia)
- How many spots are there on a twister mat?
- A special episode of Mastermind was broadcast on 19 March 2005, in which all four contestants had the same specialist subject; what was it?
- Who is the only person in Britain that does not require a driving licence to legally drive?
- What was first proposed in 1927 by Belgian Catholic priest Georges Lemaitre?
- Under the England and Wales Public Order Act how many people must be present before a fracas can be called a riot?
- What did lock millionaire Sir Cecil Chubb give to the nation on 26 October 1918?
- What is pogonophobia the fear of?
- What did Vincenzo Peruggia steal on 21 August 1911?
- 'There were four of us' is the opening line of which book?
- What simple, well known waltz for the piano was written in 1877 by 16-year-old Euphemia Allen?
- What is the translation of the Turkish word 'doner' as in doner kebab?
- What's the exact date of the last day of the 20th century?
- Who wrote Green Eggs and Ham to win a bet with his publisher that he couldn’t write a book using just 50 different words.
- Louis Armstrong airport is an international airport serving which city?
- What does the disposable diaper, windshield wipers, dishwashers and Kevlar all have in common?
- Doctor Who
- The Queen
- Big Bang Theory
- Stonehenge (he was the last private owner)
- The Mona Lisa painting
- Three Men in a Boat
- Rotating or rotary
- December 31, 2000
- Dr. Seuss
- New Orleans
- All invented by women
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