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Post  oldblackcat on 2018-02-11, 12:39 pm

Here's this weeks quiz...give it a go and get those brain cells working! Very Happy

1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms

c   164cms


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener

b   Army knife

c   Chocolate


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth

c   Koala bear/sloth


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts

c   Did an overhead serve


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur

c   Timber

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Re: Quiz 85

Post  Jerry the Jinx on 2018-02-11, 1:34 pm

oldblackcat wrote:Here's this weeks quiz...give it a go and get those brain cells working! Very Happy

1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms


c   164cms


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener


b   Army knife

c   Chocolate


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth

c   Koala bear/sloth


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts

c   Did an overhead serve


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur

c   Timber

Answers next Sunday Very Happy
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Re: Quiz 85

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-02-11, 2:14 pm


1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms

c   164cms


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener

b   Army knife

c   Chocolate


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth

c   Koala bear/sloth


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts

c   Did an overhead serve


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur

c   Timber


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Re: Quiz 85

Post  Nostalgic on 2018-02-11, 5:14 pm

oldblackcat wrote:Here's this weeks quiz...give it a go and get those brain cells working! Very Happy

1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms

c   164cms


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener

b   Army knife

c   Chocolate


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth

c   Koala bear/sloth


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts

c   Did an overhead serve


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur

c   Timber

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Re: Quiz 85

Post  Billy D on 2018-02-11, 10:00 pm

oldblackcat wrote:Here's this weeks quiz...give it a go and get those brain cells working! Very Happy

1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms

c   164cms


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener

b   Army knife

c   Chocolate


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth

c   Koala bear/sloth


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts

c   Did an overhead serve


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur

c   Timber

Answers next Sunday Very Happy
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Re: Quiz 85

Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-13, 12:00 am

oldblackcat wrote:Here's this weeks quiz...give it a go and get those brain cells working! Very Happy

1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms

c   164cms  XX


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney XX

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork  XX

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer  XX


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon XX

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger  XX

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali  XX

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women XX

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener

b   Army knife

c   Chocolate  XX


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth XX

c   Koala bear/sloth


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts

c   Did an overhead serve  XX


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur XX

c   Timber

Answers next Sunday Very Happy
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Re: Quiz 85

Post  gil t azell on 2018-02-14, 6:57 pm

oldblackcat wrote:Here's this weeks quiz...give it a go and get those brain cells working! Very Happy

1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms                                  

c   164cms                                  xxxx


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney                                 xxxx

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork                                   xxxx

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains                               xxxx

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon                                  xxxx

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger

b   Guardian                                xxxx

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali                                         xxxx

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women                                       xxxx

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener                                xxxx

b   Army knife

c   Chocolate


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth

c   Koala bear/sloth                                 xxxx


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts                                  xxxx

c   Did an overhead serve


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur

c   Timber                                              xxxx

Answers next Sunday Very Happy
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Re: Quiz 85

Post  MrRAWhite on 2018-02-15, 8:41 pm

oldblackcat wrote:

1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms XXX

b   64cms

c   164cms


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney XXX

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork XXX

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains XXX

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon XXX

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer XXX


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali XXX

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women

b   Servants

c   Married men XXX


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener

b   Army knife XXX

c   Chocolate


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth XXX

c   Koala bear/sloth


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves

b   Wore shorts XXX

c   Did an overhead serve 


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur 

c   Timber XXX

Bloody hell.. I found that one hard..

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Re: Quiz 85

Post  oldblackcat on 2018-02-19, 6:19 pm

There was only one winner in last weeks Quiz with 10/12............congratulations to.............."H"


Here's the answers.............


1   The largest bat in the world has a wing span of?

a   34cms

b   64cms

c   164cms   XXX


2   Who of the following artists have had the most records banned by the BBC?

a   Paul McCartney   XXX

b   Elton John

c   Cliff Richard


3   Queen Elizabeth I was the first to use what at the dinner table?

a   Fingers

b   Fork   XXX

c   Waiters


4   What does a Cerevisaphile love?

a   Brains

b   Pictures of youngsters

c   Beer   XXX


5   February 1865 was the first month in recorded history in which what didn't happen?

a   No snowfall

b   No full moon   XXX

c   No extra day for leap year


6   Angel stems from the Greek word Angeloi what does it mean?

a   Messenger   XXX

b   Guardian

c   Light bringer


7   Which Olympic gold medal winner threw his medal into a river as a protest against racism in the USA?

a   Jesse Owen

b   Mohammad Ali   XXX

c   Mark Spitz


8   In 1902  a rule was introduced in England that forbid the participation of what kind of people playing in a football match?

a   Women XXX  

b   Servants

c   Married men


9   Which popular Swiss invention was issued to british soldiers for the first time during the Boer war?

a   Tin opener

b   Army knife

c   Chocolate   XXX


10   Which two mammals sleep twenty or more hours a day?

a   Dormouse/Koala bear

b   Dormouse/sloth

c   Koala bear/sloth   XXX


11   At Wimbledon in 1905 what did American Mary Sutton do that shocked the patrons and the Tennis world?

a   Rolled up her sleeves   XXX

b   Wore shorts

c   Did an overhead serve


12   What was Canada's biggest export in the 17th century?

a   Gold

b   Beaver fur   XXX

c   Timber
Thanks to everyone who took part like
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Re: Quiz 85

Post  Hieronymus on 2018-02-19, 9:42 pm

Thanks OBC Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Post  MrRAWhite on 2018-02-20, 11:00 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Thanks OBC Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Well done H..

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