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Fun Quiz Questions
- Which part of his body did musician Gene Simmons insure for one million dollars?
- What facially do Fred Flintstone and Betty Rubble have that Wilma and Barney don't?
- Which game, demonstrated on television in 1966, did competitors accuse of being "sex in a box"?
- Who has the lowest IQ - a moron, imbecile, or idiot?
- Which sex symbol first appeared in the 6 minutes long 1930 film Dizzy Dishes?
- The UK's Dyslexia Research Trust is based in which British city?
- Which word, originally meaning dried dung hanging from the wool on a sheep's rear end, is commonly used in colloquial Australian English to refer to an eccentric person with poor social skills?
- What colour is most toilet paper in France?
- If you're discombobulated, what are you?
- Which four letter word ending in "k" means to have intercourse?
- Which humorous engineering unit is defined as a third of horsepower, or 250 watts?
- Complete this Billy Connolly quote: "My definition of an intellectual is someone who can listen to the William Tell Overture without thinking of... "?
- An orchidometer is a medical instrument used to measure which part of the male body? (Hint: it's also used with rams)
- His tongue
- White around their eyes or eyeballs
- Idiot (according to early 20th century psychology definitions: moron IQ range 51 to 70, imbecile 26 to 50, and idiot 0 to 25)
- Betty Boop
- Donkey power
- The Lone Ranger
- Testicles (the volume of testicles - it consists of a string of twelve numbered plastic beads)
Fun Quiz Questions II
- What was Buzz Aldrin's mother's rather appropriate maiden name?
- What quality in a man is a sapiosexual lady most attracted to?
- Named in 2017 by scientist Vazrick Nazari since its yellowish-white head scales were reminiscent of Donald Trump's hair, what species of insect is Neopalpa donaldtrumpi?
- Would you weigh lighter, the same, or more at the equator than you would at the poles?
- Which phrase meaning 'energetic labour' dates back to the 17th century when it was used in print for the first time by the English poet Andrew Marvell?
- What sort of tax was introduced by Henry VIII in 1535?
- What 'act' links Norman soldiers at the Battle of Crecy in 1346, footballer Joey Barton at Goodison Park in 2006, and Ukranian Vitalii Sediuk at the 2017 Eurovision song contest?
- Tom's father has five sons. The first four are named Ten, Twenty, Thirty and Forty; what's the name of the fifth son?
- What fun nickname was given to Rembrandt's The Night Watch after being over-restored in the 1940s?
- In Kent, there's a signpost which points to two places, which really appears to be pointing to a quick lunch; name the two places?
- What is the most common natural object to be mistaken for a UFO?
- In which country are there six villages called Silly, 12 called Billy, and two called Pratt?
- Which rock star once said: “Instead of getting married again, I’m going to find a woman I don’t like and just give her a house”?
- For what main purpose did the Romans use bottled Portuguese urine?
- Which is the only day of the week that has an anagram?
- True or false - the Spanish flu originated in Spain?
- In which country do golfers buy 'hole-in-one insurance policies' to cover the lavish gifts they have to buy if they get a hole-in-one?
- Which world city has the slogan: "What Happens Here, Stays Here"?
- If you dug a hole through the centre of the earth starting from New Zealand's capital city, which European country would you end up in?
- Once owned by Henry VIII, what was bought by Cecil Chubb in a South West England auction on 21 September 1915 for £6,600?
- Moon (her name was Marion Moon)
- A moth species (occurring in Southern California and Northern Mexico)
- Lighter (centrifugal force due to the spinning of the Earth is at its maximum at the equator hence making gravity less)
- Elbow Grease
- A beard tax
- Mooning (all showed their buttocks)
- The Day Watch
- Ham and Sandwich
- Rod Stewart
- As a mouthwash (Portuguese urine was considered to be the strongest and purist)
- Monday (the anagram is dynamo)
- False (Nobody knows where it originated. Wartime censors suppressed news of the flu to avoid affecting morale but since Spain was neutral during World War I the Spanish media was free to report on it in gory detail. Hence, the sickness first made headlines in Spain.)
- Las Vegas
- Stonehenge (he gave it to the nation three years later)