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50 Zoom Quiz Questions
- In Cockney rhyming slang, how much money is a monkey?
Answer - £500
- What colour bow tie does Donald Duck wear?
Answer - Red
- What do paleontologist Ross and Israeli born illusionist Uri have in common?
Answer - The last name Geller (Ross is from TV's Friends)
- Which planet is the nearest to earth, Venus or Mars?
Answer - Venus
- Which song is played with the end credits of the film Die Hard?
Answer - Let it Snow! (Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!)
- In which US state is Harvard University located?
Answer - Massachusetts
- How old was Kevin McCallister in the 1990 Christmas comedy film Home Alone?
Answer - Eight
- Which country is bigger: Australia or Brazil?
Answer - Brazil is bigger
- In which year did man last walk on the moon?
Answer - 1972
- Which musician's daughter starred in the psychological thriller film Abduction in 2011 and the fantasy film Mirror Mirror in 2012?
Answer - Phil Collin's daughter (Lily Collins)
- Can you name the most populated landlocked country in the world?
Answer - Ethiopia (over 101 million people)
- What quality in a person does a sapiosexual find attractive?
Answer - High intelligence
- Which British monarch was the last to lead his troops into battle?
Answer - King George II (at the 1743 Battle of Dettingen)
- Which event has the longest-standing individual world record in athletics? Hint: It was set in 1983 by a female.
Answer - Ladies 800-metres (set by Jarmila Kratochvílova)
- In the high street, in which sort of shop would you find a Brannock Device for?
Answer - Shoe shop (it's the standard foot measuring device)
- Which American state's Spanish translation literally means 'covered in snow'?
Answer - Nevada
- English musician Anthony Ernest Pratt devised which board game in the 1940s?
Answer - Cluedo
- What links something more expensive than gold, with the top of the Indian flag?
Answer - Saffron (the spice, and saffron is also the top colour of the flag)
- You can walk across the medieval stone arch bridge called Charles Bridge in which European capital city?
Answer - Prague (Czech Republic)
- Which country has approximately one vending machine per every 23 people, according to its Vending Machine Manufacturers Association?
Answer - Japan
- What is the translation of the Turkish word 'doner' as in doner kebab?
Answer - Rotary (or rotating)
- Who once said: "I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph."
Answer - Shirley Temple
- What in 1924 did Kelly's Motors in New South Wales, Australia, give a car for the first time?
Answer - A car radio
- What is the Spanish word for hat?
Answer - Sombrero
- Which first name of a well-known sitcom character is also the middle name of politician Keir Starmer?
Answer - Rodney
- In which group of islands would you find the world's most northernmost penguin species?
Answer - Galapagos Islands
- Which X-Factor winner was the first to make it to the Christmas number one spot?
Answer - Shayne Ward (2005 - That's My Goal)
- In which year did the Victorian era begin?
Answer - 1837
- Which darts term spelled backwards gives the name of the highest mountain in the Rockies?
Answer - Elbert (treble spelled backwards)
- In which decade did the last Tolpuddle Martyr die?
Answer - 1900s (1902 - James Brine)
- Which cake is typically eaten during Christmas throughout Italy?
Answer - Panettone
- On the 13 March 1781, what did William Herschel discovered from his back garden at 19 New King Street, Bath?
Answer - The planet Uranus
- What's the traditional colour of French Postal Service mailboxes?
Answer - Yellow
- Which scientist became the first person to win the Nobel Prize twice?
Answer - Marie Curie
- Which 1901 J.M. Barrie play gave it's name to some well known chocolates?
Answer - Quality Street
- Which town, the birthplace of Brian Clough, would you also associate with a famous transporter bridge and a former football stadium at Ayresome Park?
Answer - Middlesbrough
- Who did actress Jessica Biel marry in Italy in 2012?
Answer - Justin Timberlake
- What is the occupation of Argentinian Jorge Mario Bergoglio?
Answer - Pope (the real name of Pope Francis)
- Which of the world's capital cities comes last alphabetically?
Answer - Zagreb (Croatia)
- The manufacture of Mars Bars was associated with which British town for many decades, first starting in 1932?
Answer - Slough
- In feet, how high is a full regulation netball hoop? (It's a whole number!)
Answer - 10 feet
- Straight after the 1966 World Cup win Nobby Stiles did a spontaneous dance with the Jules Rimet Trophy in one hand and what item in the other?
Answer - His dentures/false teeth
- The original narrator of television's Googlebox was born on Christmas Eve, 1963 - can you name this person?
Answer - Caroline Aherne
- Which word, which is Czech for "forced labour", came into common usage after it was used by playwright Karel Capek in his 1920 hit play, R.U.R.?
Answer - Robot
- Washington, D.C., was formed from land donated by which two American states?
Answer - Maryland and Virginia
- If you multiple the number of firemen in the original roll call for Trumpton by the number of Teletubbies, what number do you get?
Answer - 24 (6 firemen x 4 Teletubies)
- In terms of humorous units of measurement, how many ships can be launched by a millihelen?
Answer - One ship
- What number is represented by the roman numerals CM?
Answer - 900
- The Matterhorn mountain is the logo of which chocolate?
Answer - Toblerone
- Which musician has a rather large Heinz Ketchup tattoo on their arm?
Answer - Ed Sheeran