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Fun Quiz Questions

  1. Which part of his body did musician Gene Simmons insure for one million dollars?
  2. What facially do Fred Flintstone and Betty Rubble have that Wilma and Barney don't?
  3. Which game, demonstrated on television in 1966, did competitors accuse of being "sex in a box"?
  4. Who has the lowest IQ - a moron, imbecile, or idiot?
  5. Which sex symbol first appeared in the 6 minutes long 1930 film Dizzy Dishes?
  6. The UK's Dyslexia Research Trust is based in which British city?
  7. 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?
  8. What colour is most toilet paper in France?
  9. If you're discombobulated, what are you?
  10. Which four letter word ending in "k" means to have intercourse?
  11. Which humorous engineering unit is defined as a third of horsepower, or 250 watts?
  12. Complete this Billy Connolly quote: "My definition of an intellectual is someone who can listen to the William Tell Overture without thinking of... "?
  13. An orchidometer is a medical instrument used to measure which part of the male body? (Hint: it's also used with rams)


  1. His tongue
  2. White around their eyes or eyeballs
  3. Twister
  4. Idiot (according to early 20th century psychology definitions: moron IQ range 51 to 70, imbecile 26 to 50, and idiot 0 to 25)
  5. Betty Boop
  6. Reading
  7. Dag
  8. Pink
  9. Confused
  10. Talk
  11. Donkey power
  12. The Lone Ranger
  13. Testicles (the volume of testicles - it consists of a string of twelve numbered plastic beads)

Fun Quiz Questions II

  1. What was Buzz Aldrin's mother's rather appropriate maiden name?
  2. What quality in a man is a sapiosexual lady most attracted to?
  3. 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?
  4. Would you weigh lighter, the same, or more at the equator than you would at the poles?
  5. 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?
  6. What sort of tax was introduced by Henry VIII in 1535?
  7. 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?
  8. Tom's father has five sons. The first four are named Ten, Twenty, Thirty and Forty; what's the name of the fifth son?
  9. What fun nickname was given to Rembrandt's The Night Watch after being over-restored in the 1940s?
  10. 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?
  11. What is the most common natural object to be mistaken for a UFO?
  12. In which country are there six villages called Silly, 12 called Billy, and two called Pratt?
  13. 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”?
  14. For what main purpose did the Romans use bottled Portuguese urine?
  15. Which is the only day of the week that has an anagram?
  16. True or false - the Spanish flu originated in Spain?
  17. 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?
  18. Which world city has the slogan: "What Happens Here, Stays Here"?
  19. 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?
  20. Once owned by Henry VIII, what was bought by Cecil Chubb in a South West England auction on 21 September 1915 for £6,600?


  1. Moon (her name was Marion Moon)
  2. Intelligence
  3. A moth species (occurring in Southern California and Northern Mexico)
  4. Lighter (centrifugal force due to the spinning of the Earth is at its maximum at the equator hence making gravity less)
  5. Elbow Grease
  6. A beard tax
  7. Mooning (all showed their buttocks)
  8. Tom
  9. The Day Watch
  10. Ham and Sandwich
  11. Venus
  12. France
  13. Rod Stewart
  14. As a mouthwash (Portuguese urine was considered to be the strongest and purist)
  15. Monday (the anagram is dynamo)
  16. 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.)
  17. Japan
  18. Las Vegas
  19. Spain
  20. Stonehenge (he gave it to the nation three years later)