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Quiz Number 028 – Questions

Our free Quiz has amusing questions ranging from your biggest organ to a famous denim clad crotch. There are 40 Questions, 10 each on General Knowledge, Music, Sport and Film & TV... no time limit, click Start to begin and good luck!

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Category: General Knowledge

What kind of merchant is a vintner?

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Category: General Knowledge

If Thor was the God of Thunder what was Loki the Norse god of?

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Category: General Knowledge

What is technology giant IBM an abbreviation of?

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Category: General Knowledge

In which country is the largest port in Europe?

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Category: General Knowledge

A formicary is built by what kind of animal?

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Category: General Knowledge

What is the nearest major galaxy to earth and the Milky May?

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Category: General Knowledge

What is a human’s largest organ?

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Category: General Knowledge

Which swinging sixties fashion designer is generally regarded as bringing the mini skirt to Britain?

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Category: General Knowledge

Risico, The Hildebrand Rarity and The Property Of A Lady were all James Bond short stories written by Ian fleming?

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Category: General Knowledge

What medical condition is the link between famous jazz producer musician Michael Wolff, goalkeeper Tim Howard and actor Dan Ackroyd?

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Category: Music

Who was too sexy for Milan, New York, and Japan in 1991?

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Category: Music

Which American musician was often backed by the Mothers of Invention?

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Category: Music

First Impressions Of Earth was a UK number one album for which American rock band in 2006?

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Category: Music

Which flamboyant pop star’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?

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Category: Music

Howie Dorough, AJ MacLean and Nick Carter were the three original members of which 1990s boy band?

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Category: Music

What is the title of the famous album where the cover features a close up of 1960s model Joe Dallesandro’s bulging denim clad crotch?

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Category: Music

Monster, New Adventures In HiFi and Up were all hit albums in the UK for which American band during the 1990s?

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Category: Music

According to the Sunday Times Rich list which musician was the wealthiest young entertainer in 2006?

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Category: Music

In The End, High Voltage and What I’ve Done all got into the UK top ten singles chart for which Californian Rock Band?

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Category: Music

Don't you (forget about me) was a top ten UK hit for who in the 1980s?

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Category: Sport

What racket sport involves a net but not a ball?

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Category: Sport

Which track and field world record stood from May 1935 until August 1960?

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Category: Sport

Rory McIlroy won two Majors in 2014, one was the Open what was the other?

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Category: Sport

In the Olympic high-jump how many attempts is an athlete given to clear the bar?

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Category: Sport

The English Football League’s founder, William McGregor, labelled which club as 'the team of all talents' stating that they had 'a talented man in every position'?

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Category: Sport

As of 2015 which Rugby League team have won the most Challenge Cups?

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Category: Sport

According to FIFA rules how many players can a team take to the World Cup?

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Category: Sport

At the LA Olympics in 1984 which American runner, a hot favourite for the Gold medal, did not finish the 3,000 meters final after injuring herself colliding with Britain’s Zola Budd and falling spectacularly to the curb?

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Category: Sport

Which manager was sent off during stoppage time of the 2014 Champions League final because he ran on to the pitch chasing after an opposing player who had kicked the ball at him?

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Category: Sport

England won the Rugby World Cup in 2003 following a last gasp drop goal from Johnny Wilkinson but who scored England’s only try in the game?

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Category: Film & TV

In which Hanna-Barbera cartoon might you find The Bedrock Bugle and The Daily Granite newspapers?

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Category: Film & TV

In the Batman series of films how is Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot better known

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Category: Film & TV

Which classic BBC comedy series from the early 1970s had the American Liberty Bell march as its theme tune?

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Category: Film & TV

Globo Gym and Average Joe’s Gymnasium are integral to the plot of which 2004 true underdog story?

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Category: Film & TV

The brothers Charlie and Alan Harper feature in which TV Comedy series?

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Category: Film & TV

Which Hollywood movie star, who became an American citizen in 1942, was born Archibald Alexander Leach in Bristol, England?

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Category: Film & TV

The categories sexiest male and female soap stars were dropped from the 2015 British Soap Awards in an attempt to make the event more credible?

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Category: Film & TV

In which 2013 zombie movie does Peter Capaldi play a doctor with the World Health Organization and shown as W.H.O. Doctor in the closing credits (as the film makers had inside knowledge that Capaldi would become the new Doctor Who)?

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Category: Film & TV

In The League of Gentleman what was Pauline, the egregious Restart Employment Officer obsessed with?

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Category: Film & TV

Which famous 1980s horror film has the tag line, A 24 hour nightmare of terror?

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