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Fun Quiz Questions
- The Nutty Narrows Bridge in Washington, USA, is a bridge for the safety and protection of what?
- Which word describing leggings that are made to look like skin-tight denim jeans entered the Oxford English Dictionary in 2011?
- Which sex symbol first appeared in the 6 minutes long 1930 film Dizzy Dishes?
- 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 entertainingly eccentric person with poor social skills?
- What is Lord Hereford's Knob?
- What colour is most toilet paper in France?
- If you're discombobulated, what are you?
- As of 2018, there's Lidl stores in every EU country except two, name either country?
- 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?
- Which flippant 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... "?
- By UK law, ice cream vans are banned from playing their tunes after which time: (a)7pm, (b)8pm, or (c)9pm?
- An orchidometer is a medical instrument used to measure which part of the male body? (Hint: it's also used with rams)
- "I am serious. And don't call me Shirley", is a funny quote from which film?
- General Custer and native American war leader Crazy Horse shared the same nickname as children because of their hair; what was the nickname?
- Which world city has the slogan: "What Happens Here, Stays Here"?
- What fun name was originally proposed in an online poll to name the research vessel that was eventually called RRS Sir David Attenborough?
- 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?
- Betty Boop
- A mountain (in south-east Wales)
- Latvia or Estonia
- A moth species (occurring in Southern California and Northern Mexico)
- Donkey power
- The Lone Ranger
- Testicles (the volume of testicles - it consists of a string of twelve numbered plastic beads)
- Las Vegas
- Boaty McBoatface
Fun Quiz Questions II
- Would you weigh lighter, the same, or more at the equator than you would at the poles?
- What sort of tax was introduced in England, in 1535, under Henry VIII?
- Complete the name of the post-punk band: "Half Man Half..."?
- Which tree can come in varieties called swamp, pussy and crack?
- 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?
- Which actor and TV personality, often just referred to by just his last name, was married to Australian actress Beatrice Norbury from 1971 to 1974?
- The UK's Dyslexia Research Trust is based in which British city?
- A 'snood' is an erectile, funny looking fleshy protuberance on the head of which animal?
- 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?
- In a family gathering, what sort of relation would be your male nibling?
- Which actor of eleven Carry On Films, was also nominated for an Academy Award for writing the lyrics to the song 'Georgy Girl'?
- Which two punctuation marks are combined to make an interrobang?
- What is the most common natural object to be mistaken for a UFO?
- Who came up with the fun advertising slogans 'Naughty but Nice' for cream cakes and 'That'll do nicely' for American Express? (Hint: the answer is a person not a company)
- In which country are there six villages called Silly, 12 called Billy, and two called Pratt?
- Lighter (centrifugal force due to the spinning of the Earth is at its maximum at the equator hence making gravity less)
- A beard tax
- Biscuit (Half Man Half Biscuit)
- Mooning (showing buttocks to offend)
- Christopher Biggins
- A turkey
- The Day Watch
- Ham and Sandwich
- Jim Dale
- A question mark and an exclamation mark (in otherwords, !? or ?!)
- Salman Rushdie (whilst working as an adverting copywriter)
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