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on Fri Dec 14 2018, 20:00
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A very good Friday Evening to all you lovely Rejects.
Can you believe it’s Friday again!!!!!!
Come on down to The Reject’s Bar.
Gerrapintin.
Let’s have a beltin’ quiz.

NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18

1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Make it easy on yourself’?

2) Geography, which sea lies between Australia and New Zealand?

3) TV, better known as a comedian, who sang the theme tune for the TV series `One Foot In The Grave`?

4) Film, in what 1993 rom com starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, do the characters meet in the film’s climax at the top of the Empire State Building?

5) Of which Championship football club is TV chef Delia Smith a majority shareholder?

6) Food and drink, what is the main ingredient of the French soup ‘Bouillabaisse’?

7) Science, the Asteroid Belt lies between the orbits of which two planets in our solar system?

8 What European car manufacturer produces the compact family car ‘Fabia’ model?

9) Sport, what is the nickname of the Australian Rugby Union team?

10) History, which Prince of Saxe-Coburg Gotha married Queen Victoria?

11) Starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, from what 2001 film musical does the song ‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’ come?

12) Which type of material was first manufactured at Nimes in France from where it got its name?

13) Literature, who created the fictional character Miss Marple?

14) Through which city did Lady Godiva famously ride naked?

15) Film, which famous singer starred in the 1985 film `Desperately Seeking Susan`?

16) TV, which animated character had the catchphrase “What’s up Doc?”

17) Tiger Feet was which band’s first number one single, in 1974?

18) Science, name the well known test that discovers whether a solution is acidic or alkeline?

19) Classical music, from the opera ‘Gianni Schicchi’, who wrote the famous aria 'O Mio Babbino Caro'?

20) History, who ruled England from 1837 to 1901?

21) Food and drink, considered the national dish of Belgium, what is Moules-frites?

22) Geography, in what country would you find the islands Santorini and Mykonos ?

23) Literature, what fantasy book features Bilbo Baggins as the central character?

24) What is a group of geese called? (two possible answers)

25) ♪♫I don't know what it is that makes me love you so
I only know I never want to let you go
'Cause you've started something
Oh, can't you see?
That ever since we met
You've had a hold on me
It happens to be true
………………………………………..♪♫

From what 1964 hit song are those the opening lines, and who sang it?


WORDS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) What ‘H’ word describes the longest side of a triangle? (10 letters)

BQ2) What ‘C’ word is used to describe a gathering or community of witches? (5 letters)

BQ3) What ‘P’ word is defined as “Any rock or soil material that has remained below 0˚C continuously for two or more years”? ( 9 letters)

BQ4) What ‘C’ word is the name given to the cuisine that stems from the French colonists who left Canada in 1755 and settled in and around the swamps and bayous of Louisiana ? (5 letters)

BQ5) What ‘S’ word is the astronomical instrument used to determine latitude and longitude at sea by measuring angular distances , especially the altitudes of Sun, Moon and Stars. (7 letters)

STINKER) Which French philosopher (1596 – 1650) coined the phrase “I think; therefore I am”?

TRICKY) What fictional detective retired to become a beekeeper?

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on Sat Dec 15 2018, 10:47
@jo anne wrote:Thanks, Ray Smile

Cheers JA
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on Sat Dec 15 2018, 10:50
Very well done to all the quizzers  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 3530011831  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 3530011831  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 3530011831



WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 Answers

1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Make it easy on yourself’?
 [/The Walker Brothers          

2)  Geography, which sea lies between Australia and New Zealand?
          Tasman Sea  

3)  TV, better known as a comedian, who sang the theme tune for the TV series `One Foot In The Grave`?
Eric Idle                

4)  Film, in what 1993 rom com starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, do the characters meet in the film’s climax at the top of the Empire State Building?
         [Sleepless in Seattle  


5)  Of which Championship football club is TV chef Delia Smith a majority shareholder?
            Norwich

6)  Food and drink, what is the main ingredient of the French soup ‘Bouillabaisse’?
                Fish

7)  Science, the Asteroid Belt lies between the orbits of which two planets in our solar system?
Mars and jupiter

8   What European car manufacturer produces the compact family car ‘Fabia’ model?
Skoda

9)  Sport, what is the nickname of the Australian Rugby Union team?        Wallabies

10)  History, which Prince of Saxe-Coburg Gotha married Queen Victoria?
     Prince Albert

11)  Starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, from what 2001 film musical does the song ‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’ come?
    Moulin Rouge

12)  Which type of material was first manufactured at Nimes  in France from where it got its name?
Denim   ( de Nime)        

13)  Literature, who created the fictional character Miss Marple?
       Agatha Christie  

14)  Through which city did Lady Godiva famously ride naked?
     Coventry

15)  Film, which famous singer starred in the 1985 film `Desperately Seeking Susan`?
       Madonna

16)  TV, which animated character had the catchphrase “What’s up Doc?”
        Bugs Bunny

17)  Tiger Feet was which band’s first number one single, in 1974?      
 Mud

18)  Science, name the well known test that discovers whether a solution is acidic or alkeline?
      Litmus Test    

19)  Classical music, from the opera ‘Gianni Schicchi’, who wrote the famous aria 'O Mio Babbino Caro'?
   Pucccini

20)  History, who ruled England from 1837 to 1901?
    Queen Victoria

21)  Food and drink, considered the national dish of Belgium, what is Moules-frites?
    Mussels and chips

22)  Geography, in what country would you find the islands Santorini and Mykonos ?
  Greece

23)  Literature, what fantasy book features Bilbo Baggins as the central character?
      The Hobbit

24)  What is a group of geese called? (two possible answers)    
   [A gaggle on the ground, a skien in the air

25)  ♪♫I don't know what it is that makes me love you so
            I only know I never want to let you go
            'Cause you've started something
            Oh, can't you see?
            That ever since we met
             You've had a hold on me
             It happens to be true
             ………………………………………..♪♫
From what 1964 hit song song are those the opening lines, and who sang it?
      I Only Want To Be With You / Dusty Springfield



WORDS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  What ‘H’ word describes the longest side of a triangle?   (10 letters)
  Hypotenuse  

BQ2)  What ‘C’ word is used to describe a gathering or community of witches?  (5 letters)
    Coven

BQ3)  What ‘P’ word is defined as “Any rock or soil material that has remained below 0˚C continuously for two or more years”?  ( 9 letters)
          Permafrost

BQ4)  What ‘C’ word is the name given to the cuisine that stems from the French colonists who left Canada in 1755 and settled in and around the swamps and bayous of Louisiana ?  (5 lettrers)
        Cajun    

BQ5)  What ‘S’ word is the astronomical instrument used to determine latitude and longitude at sea by measuring angular distances , especially the altitudes of Sun, Moon and Stars.   (7 l Sextant etters)
    Sextant

STINKER)  Which French philosopher (1596 – 1650) coined the phrase “I think therefore I am”?
Rene Descartes              

TRICKY)  What fictional detective retired t Sherlock Holmes o become a beekeeper?
    Sherlock Holmes [/color]


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on Sat Dec 15 2018, 10:52


WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18

1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Make it easy on yourself’? ??????????????

2)  Geography, which sea lies between Australia and New Zealand? Tasman

3)  TV, better known as a comedian, who sang the theme tune for the TV series `One Foot In The Grave`? Eric Idle

4)  Film, in what 1993 rom com starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, do the characters meet in the film’s climax at the top of the Empire State Building? Sleepless In Seattle

5)  Of which Championship football club is TV chef Delia Smith a majority shareholder? Norwich City

6)  Food and drink, what is the main ingredient of the French soup ‘Bouillabaisse’? Fish?

7)  Science, the Asteroid Belt lies between the orbits of which two planets in our solar system? Mars VEnus

8   What European car manufacturer produces the compact family car ‘Fabia’ model? Citroen

9)  Sport, what is the nickname of the Australian Rugby Union team? All Blacks

10)  History, which Prince of Saxe-Coburg Gotha married Queen Victoria? Abert

11)  Starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, from what 2001 film musical does the song ‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’ come? ???????/

12)  Which type of material was first manufactured at Nimes  in France from where it got its name? Denim

13)  Literature, who created the fictional character Miss Marple? Agathe Christie

14)  Through which city did Lady Godiva famously ride naked? Coventry

15)  Film, which famous singer starred in the 1985 film `Desperately Seeking Susan`? Madonna

16)  TV, which animated character had the catchphrase “What’s up Doc?” Bug's Bunny

17)  Tiger Feet was which band’s first number one single, in 1974? Mud

18)  Science, name the well known test that discovers whether a solution is acidic or alkeline? Litmus

19)  Classical music, from the opera ‘Gianni Schicchi’, who wrote the famous aria 'O Mio Babbino Caro'? Puccini

20)  History, who ruled England from 1837 to 1901? Queen Victoria

21)  Food and drink, considered the national dish of Belgium, what is Moules-frites? Fried mussels

22)  Geography, in what country would you find the islands Santorini and Mykonos ? Greece

23)  Literature, what fantasy book features Bilbo Baggins as the central character? Lord Of the rings

24)  What is a group of geese called? (two possible answers) Gaggle Skein

25)  ♪♫I don't know what it is that makes me love you so
            I only know I never want to let you go
            'Cause you've started something
            Oh, can't you see?
            That ever since we met
             You've had a hold on me
             It happens to be true
             ………………………………………..♪♫

From what 1964 hit song are those the opening lines, and who sang it? I only want to be with you. Dusty Springfield


WORDS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  What ‘H’ word describes the longest side of a triangle?   (10 letters) Hypotenuese

BQ2)  What ‘C’ word is used to describe a gathering or community of witches?  (5 letters) Coven

BQ3)  What ‘P’ word is defined as “Any rock or soil material that has remained below 0˚C continuously for two or more years”?  ( 9 letters) Permafrost

BQ4)  What ‘C’ word is the name given to the cuisine that stems from the French colonists who left Canada in 1755 and settled in and around the swamps and bayous of Louisiana ?  (5 letters) Cajun

BQ5)  What ‘S’ word is the astronomical instrument used to determine latitude and longitude at sea by measuring angular distances , especially the altitudes of Sun, Moon and Stars.   (7 letters) Sextant

STINKER)  Which French philosopher (1596 – 1650) coined the phrase “I think; therefore I am”?   Descartes

TRICKY)  What fictional detective retired to become a beekeeper? Morse



Another belter, Ray. Was unavailable last night.
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on Sat Dec 15 2018, 11:19
@Corky Ringspot wrote:

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18
 
1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Make it easy on yourself’?   ??????????????

2)  Geography, which sea lies between Australia and New Zealand?   Tasman  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

3)  TV, better known as a comedian, who sang the theme tune for the TV series `One Foot In The Grave`?  Eric Idle WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

4)  Film, in what 1993 rom com starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, do the characters meet in the film’s climax at the top of the Empire State Building?   Sleepless In Seattle WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

5)  Of which Championship football club is TV chef Delia Smith a majority shareholder?  Norwich City WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

6)  Food and drink, what is the main ingredient of the French soup ‘Bouillabaisse’?  Fish? WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

7)  Science, the Asteroid Belt lies between the orbits of which two planets in our solar system?  Mars VEnus half a tick WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

8   What European car manufacturer produces the compact family car ‘Fabia’ model?  Citroen

9)  Sport, what is the nickname of the Australian Rugby Union team?   All Blacks

10)  History, which Prince of Saxe-Coburg Gotha married Queen Victoria?  Albert WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

11)  Starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, from what 2001 film musical does the song ‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’ come?   ???????/

12)  Which type of material was first manufactured at Nimes  in France from where it got its name?  Denim WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

13)  Literature, who created the fictional character Miss Marple?   Agathe Christie  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

14)  Through which city did Lady Godiva famously ride naked?  Coventry WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

15)  Film, which famous singer starred in the 1985 film `Desperately Seeking Susan`?  Madonna WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

16)  TV, which animated character had the catchphrase “What’s up Doc?”   Bug's Bunny  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

17)  Tiger Feet was which band’s first number one single, in 1974?   Mud  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300
WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300
18)  Science, name the well known test that discovers whether a solution is acidic or alkeline?  Litmus WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

19)  Classical music, from the opera ‘Gianni Schicchi’, who wrote the famous aria 'O Mio Babbino Caro'?  Puccini WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

20)  History, who ruled England from 1837 to 1901?  Queen Victoria  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

21)  Food and drink, considered the national dish of Belgium, what is Moules-frites?  Fried mussels WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

22)  Geography, in what country would you find the islands Santorini and Mykonos ?  Greece WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

23)  Literature, what fantasy book features Bilbo Baggins as the central character?  Lord Of the rings

24)  What is a group of geese called? (two possible answers)  Gaggle Skein  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300
25)  ♪♫I don't know what it is that makes me love you so
            I only know I never want to let you go
            'Cause you've started something
            Oh, can't you see?
            That ever since we met
             You've had a hold on me
             It happens to be true
             ………………………………………..♪♫

From what 1964 hit song are those the opening lines, and who sang it?   I only  want to be with you.  Dusty Springfield  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300


WORDS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  What ‘H’ word describes the longest side of a triangle?   (10 letters)  Hypotenuese  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ2)  What ‘C’ word is used to describe a gathering or community of witches?  (5 letters)  Coven WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ3)  What ‘P’ word is defined as “Any rock or soil material that has remained below 0˚C continuously for two or more years”?  ( 9 letters)  Permafrost WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ4)  What ‘C’ word is the name given to the cuisine that stems from the French colonists who left WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300 Canada in 1755 and settled in and around the swamps and bayous of Louisiana ?  (5 letters)  Cajun  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ5)  What ‘S’ word is the astronomical instrument used to determine latitude and longitude at sea by measuring angular distances , especially the altitudes of Sun, Moon and Stars.   (7 letters)  Sextant WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

STINKER)  Which French philosopher (1596 – 1650) coined the phrase “I think; therefore I am”?   Descartes WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

TRICKY)  What fictional detective retired to become a beekeeper?  Morse



Another belter, Ray.   Was unavailable last night.

No worries Mester C.

An excellent bit of quizzing

Took me more than ten minutes to mark it with my stupid wireless mouse which is causing  me real trouble, coupled with my dithery digiits LOL!!!!!!!    Embarassed
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on Sat Dec 15 2018, 11:33
@raymyjamie wrote:
@Corky Ringspot wrote:

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18
 
1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Make it easy on yourself’?   ??????????????

2)  Geography, which sea lies between Australia and New Zealand?   Tasman  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

3)  TV, better known as a comedian, who sang the theme tune for the TV series `One Foot In The Grave`?  Eric Idle WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

4)  Film, in what 1993 rom com starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, do the characters meet in the film’s climax at the top of the Empire State Building?   Sleepless In Seattle WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

5)  Of which Championship football club is TV chef Delia Smith a majority shareholder?  Norwich City WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

6)  Food and drink, what is the main ingredient of the French soup ‘Bouillabaisse’?  Fish?   WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

7)  Science, the Asteroid Belt lies between the orbits of which two planets in our solar system?  Mars VEnus half a tick WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

8   What European car manufacturer produces the compact family car ‘Fabia’ model?  Citroen

9)  Sport, what is the nickname of the Australian Rugby Union team?   All Blacks

10)  History, which Prince of Saxe-Coburg Gotha married Queen Victoria?  Albert WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

11)  Starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, from what 2001 film musical does the song ‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’ come?   ???????/

12)  Which type of material was first manufactured at Nimes  in France from where it got its name?  Denim WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

13)  Literature, who created the fictional character Miss Marple?   Agathe Christie  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

14)  Through which city did Lady Godiva famously ride naked?  Coventry WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

15)  Film, which famous singer starred in the 1985 film `Desperately Seeking Susan`?  Madonna WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

16)  TV, which animated character had the catchphrase “What’s up Doc?”   Bug's Bunny  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

17)  Tiger Feet was which band’s first number one single, in 1974?   Mud  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300
WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300
18)  Science, name the well known test that discovers whether a solution is acidic or alkeline?  Litmus  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300  

19)  Classical music, from the opera ‘Gianni Schicchi’, who wrote the famous aria 'O Mio Babbino Caro'?  Puccini WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

20)  History, who ruled England from 1837 to 1901?  Queen Victoria  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

21)  Food and drink, considered the national dish of Belgium, what is Moules-frites?  Fried mussels WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

22)  Geography, in what country would you find the islands Santorini and Mykonos ?  Greece WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

23)  Literature, what fantasy book features Bilbo Baggins as the central character?  Lord Of the rings

24)  What is a group of geese called? (two possible answers)  Gaggle Skein  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300
25)  ♪♫I don't know what it is that makes me love you so
            I only know I never want to let you go
            'Cause you've started something
            Oh, can't you see?
            That ever since we met
             You've had a hold on me
             It happens to be true
             ………………………………………..♪♫

From what 1964 hit song are those the opening lines, and who sang it?   I only  want to be with you.  Dusty Springfield  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300


WORDS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  What ‘H’ word describes the longest side of a triangle?   (10 letters)  Hypotenuese  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ2)  What ‘C’ word is used to describe a gathering or community of witches?  (5 letters)  Coven WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ3)  What ‘P’ word is defined as “Any rock or soil material that has remained below 0˚C continuously for two or more years”?  ( 9 letters)  Permafrost WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ4)  What ‘C’ word is the name given to the cuisine that stems from the French colonists who left WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300 Canada in 1755 and settled in and around the swamps and bayous of Louisiana ?  (5 letters)  Cajun  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

BQ5)  What ‘S’ word is the astronomical instrument used to determine latitude and longitude at sea by measuring angular distances , especially the altitudes of Sun, Moon and Stars.   (7 letters)  Sextant WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

STINKER)  Which French philosopher (1596 – 1650) coined the phrase “I think; therefore I am”?   Descartes WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 14-12-18 - Page 2 154235300

TRICKY)  What fictional detective retired to become a beekeeper?  Morse



Another belter, Ray.   Was unavailable last night.

No worries Mester C.

An excellent bit of quizzing

Took me more than ten minutes to mark it with my stupid wireless mouse which is causing  me real trouble, coupled with my dithery digiits LOL!!!!!!!    Embarassed


I have a similar problem. My screen keeps 'bouncing'.
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on Sat Dec 15 2018, 13:30
I am lucky enough to have two laptops my ‘old’ one and my ‘new’ one, which is but a few months old.
The problem is all my word documents which contain my hundreds of quiz questions are on my old lappy, which is proving a difficult machine to use, because of speed, the screen and it’s mouse.
I need to transfer my quiz questions to my new lappy asap, to keep me from blowing my top, but more importantly to deliver the Friday quiz efficiently.

I am considering buying a second new laptop from Dell, to use upstairs, I got a cracking deal from them in September, a flying machine, the Dell Inspiron 5770, 17” screen, 1 terabyte hard disc, intel i5 processor all for £558, very pleased with it.

I could of course just carry my new lappy up and down stairs LOL!!!!!!! Embarassed Very Happy
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