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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:00
A very good Friday Evening to all you lovely Rejects.
It’s Friday night once more, they don’t half come round quick!!!!!
Get down to here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled.
Let’s have a beltin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 25-1-19

1) Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Catch the Wind’?

2) Geography, Sacramento is the capital of which State in the USA?

3) TV, running from1993 to 1996, which actor played the criminal psychologist Eddie `Fitz' Fitzgerald in ‘Cracker?

4) Film, ‘Bright Eyes’ by Art Garfunkel was used in the soundtrack to which 1978 animated film?

5) In Music what ‘C’ word is the term is used to denote a gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music?

6) Food and drink, what is the most common type of grain used to brew beer?

7) Science, what travels at 186,000 miles per second?

8 ) What Japanese car manufacturer produces the crossover SUV ‘Vitara’ model?

9) Sport, which Premiership football club play their home matches at Turf Moor?

10) History, who was Prime Minister when Britain joined the European Union (Common Market) in 1973?

11) From which 1971 film musical does the song ‘If I Were a Rich Man’ come?

12) The Methodist movement derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of which man?

13) Literature, who wrote the phenomenally successful ‘Adrian Mole’ novels?

14) In which art gallery is the Mona Lisa on display?

15) Film, who refused an Academy Award for his role in the 1973 film ;The Godfather’?

16) TV, which comedy featured characters called Terry Collier and Bob Ferris?
Two possible answers.

17) Holly Johnson and Paul Rutherford fronted which 1980s pop group?

18) Science, the American theoretical physicist Robert Oppenheimer is best remembered for his work on what?

19) Classical music, officially known as ‘Serenade for Strings No 13 in G Major’, who wrote the popular piece usually known as ‘Eine Kleine Nachmusik’?

20) History, which volcano erupted in 1906, causing huge damage and over 100 deaths in the city of Naples?

21) Food and drink, how would you make the drink ‘Snakebite’?

22) Geography, famous for its fossil remains and stretching for 96 miles, this part of the Dorset coastline is better known as what?

23) Literature, which American author and Anglophile’s work include ‘Notes From a Small Island’, ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’ and ‘Neither Here Nor There’?

24) Mark Zuckerberg founded which social media and networking company in February 2004?

25) ♪♫ A candy-colored clown they call the sandman
Tiptoes to my room every night
Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper
"Go to sleep. Everything is all right." ♪♫
From what 1963 hit song are those opening lines, and who sang it?


FOREIGN MUCK FRENCH FOOD BONUS QUESTIONS

With apologies to Corky.

Q - what does a French mon have for ‘is dinner,
A - Les ‘Oops!!!!

BQ1) If you say “L’addition s’il vous plait” at the end of a meal in a French restaurant what are you asking for?

BQ2) Food and drink, made from wheat flour, or buckwheat flour, with eggs and milk, what are the thin pancakes called that are famous in Brittany in Northern France.?

BQ3) What meal of the day do the French call ‘Le petit déjeuner’?

BQ4) If you order ‘Cuisses de Grenouilles’ in a French restaurant what would you expect to be served?

BQ5) If a dish is listed as ‘En Croute’, how is it cooked?

STINKER) TV, which famous animated duo live at 62 West Wallaby Street, Wigan?

TRICKY) What was the name of Bill Sikes dog in Charles Dicken’s ‘Oliver Twist’?
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:15
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday Evening to all you lovely Rejects.
It’s Friday night once more, they don’t half come round quick!!!!!
Get down to here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled.
Let’s have a beltin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 25-1-19

1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Catch the Wind’? Donovan

2)  Geography, Sacramento is the capital of which State in the USA? California

3)  TV, running from1993 to 1996, which actor played the criminal psychologist Eddie `Fitz' Fitzgerald in ‘Cracker? Robbie Coltrane

4)  Film,  ‘Bright Eyes’ by Art Garfunkel was used in the soundtrack to which 1978 animated film? Watership down

5)  In Music what ‘C’ word is the term is used to denote a gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music? Crescendo

6)  Food and drink, what is the most common type of grain used to brew beer? Hops

7)  Science, what travels at 186,000 miles per second? Light?

8 )  What Japanese car manufacturer produces the crossover SUV ‘Vitara’ model?   Suzuki

9)  Sport, which Premiership football club play their home matches at Turf Moor? Burnley

10)  History, who was Prime Minister when Britain joined the European Union (Common Market) in 1973? Edward Heath?

11)  From which 1971 film musical does the song ‘If I Were a Rich Man’ come? Oliver?

12)  The Methodist movement derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of which man?

13)  Literature, who wrote the phenomenally successful ‘Adrian Mole’ novels? Sue Townsend

14)  In which art gallery is the Mona Lisa on display? Louvre

15)  Film, who refused an Academy Award for his role in the 1973 film ;The Godfather’? Marlon Brando

16)  TV, which comedy featured characters called Terry Collier and Bob Ferris?
Two possible answers. Likely lads?

17)  Holly Johnson and Paul Rutherford fronted which 1980s pop group? Frankie goes to Hollywood

18)  Science, the American theoretical physicist Robert Oppenheimer is best remembered for his work on what? The atomic bomb?

19)  Classical music, officially known as ‘Serenade for Strings No 13 in G Major’, who wrote the popular piece usually known as ‘Eine Kleine Nachmusik’? Mozart?

20)  History, which volcano erupted in 1906, causing huge damage and over 100 deaths in the city of Naples? Vesuvius

21)  Food and drink, how would you make the drink ‘Snakebite’? Lager and cider

22)  Geography, famous for its fossil remains and stretching for 96 miles, this part of the Dorset coastline is better known as what? The Jurassic coast?

23)  Literature, which American author and Anglophile’s work include ‘Notes From a Small Island’, ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’ and ‘Neither Here Nor There’? Bill Bryson?

24)  Mark Zuckerberg founded which social media and networking company in February 2004? Facebook

25)  ♪♫ A candy-colored clown they call the sandman
           Tiptoes to my room every night
           Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper
          "Go to sleep. Everything is all right." ♪♫
From what 1963 hit song are those opening lines, and who sang it?


FOREIGN MUCK FRENCH FOOD BONUS QUESTIONS

With apologies to Corky.

Q - what does a French mon have for ‘is dinner,
A - Les ‘Oops!!!!

BQ1)  If you say “L’addition s’il vous plait” at the end of  a meal in a French restaurant what are you asking for? The bill

BQ2)  Food and drink, made from wheat flour, or buckwheat flour, with eggs and milk, what are the thin pancakes called that are famous in Brittany in Northern France.? Crepes

BQ3)  What meal of the day do the French call ‘Le petit déjeuner’? Breakfast

BQ4)  If you order ‘Cuisses de Grenouilles’ in a French restaurant what would you expect to be served? Frogs legs?

BQ5)  If a dish is listed as ‘En Croute’, how is it cooked? In pastry

STINKER)  TV, which famous animated duo live at 62 West Wallaby Street, Wigan? Wallace & gromit?

TRICKY)  What was the name of Bill Sikes dog in Charles Dicken’s ‘Oliver Twist’? Nipper?

A few tricky ones there Ray but I think we’ve done ok
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:17
3. Robbie Coltrane
4. Watership Down
5. Crescendo
6. Hops
8. Toyota
9. Burnley
10. Edward Heath
14. Louvre
15. Marlon Brando
16 likely Lads
18. Atom Bomb
20. Vesuveus
12. Jurasic Coast

BB1 Bill
2.Crepe Susette
3. Lunch
5, In pastry

Tricky Pat
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:19
3. Robbie Coltrane
4. Watership Down
5. Crescendo
6. Hops
8. Toyota
9. Burnley
10. Edward Heath
14. Louvre
15. Marlon Brando
16 likely Lads
18. Atom Bomb
20. Vesuveus
12. Jurasic Coast

BB1 Bill
2.Crepe Susette
3. Lunch
5, In pastry

Tricky Pat
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:20
@Lima Lima wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday Evening to all you lovely Rejects.
It’s Friday night once more, they don’t half come round quick!!!!!
Get down to here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled.
Let’s have a beltin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 25-1-19

1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Catch the Wind’? Donovan

2)  Geography, Sacramento is the capital of which State in the USA? California

3)  TV, running from1993 to 1996, which actor played the criminal psychologist Eddie `Fitz' Fitzgerald in ‘Cracker? Robbie Coltrane

4)  Film,  ‘Bright Eyes’ by Art Garfunkel was used in the soundtrack to which 1978 animated film? Watership down

5)  In Music what ‘C’ word is the term is used to denote a gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music? Crescendo

6)  Food and drink, what is the most common type of grain used to brew beer? Hops

7)  Science, what travels at 186,000 miles per second? Light?

8 )  What Japanese car manufacturer produces the crossover SUV ‘Vitara’ model?   Suzuki

9)  Sport, which Premiership football club play their home matches at Turf Moor? Burnley

10)  History, who was Prime Minister when Britain joined the European Union (Common Market) in 1973? Edward Heath?

11)  From which 1971 film musical does the song ‘If I Were a Rich Man’ come? Oliver?

12)  The Methodist movement derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of which man?

13)  Literature, who wrote the phenomenally successful ‘Adrian Mole’ novels? Sue Townsend

14)  In which art gallery is the Mona Lisa on display? Louvre

15)  Film, who refused an Academy Award for his role in the 1973 film ;The Godfather’? Marlon Brando

16)  TV, which comedy featured characters called Terry Collier and Bob Ferris?
Two possible answers. Likely lads?

17)  Holly Johnson and Paul Rutherford fronted which 1980s pop group? Frankie goes to Hollywood

18)  Science, the American theoretical physicist Robert Oppenheimer is best remembered for his work on what? The atomic bomb?

19)  Classical music, officially known as ‘Serenade for Strings No 13 in G Major’, who wrote the popular piece usually known as ‘Eine Kleine Nachmusik’? Mozart?

20)  History, which volcano erupted in 1906, causing huge damage and over 100 deaths in the city of Naples? Vesuvius

21)  Food and drink, how would you make the drink ‘Snakebite’? Lager and cider

22)  Geography, famous for its fossil remains and stretching for 96 miles, this part of the Dorset coastline is better known as what? The Jurassic coast?

23)  Literature, which American author and Anglophile’s work include ‘Notes From a Small Island’, ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’ and ‘Neither Here Nor There’? Bill Bryson?

24)  Mark Zuckerberg founded which social media and networking company in February 2004? Facebook

25)  ♪♫ A candy-colored clown they call the sandman
           Tiptoes to my room every night
           Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper
          "Go to sleep. Everything is all right." ♪♫
From what 1963 hit song are those opening lines, and who sang it?


FOREIGN MUCK FRENCH FOOD BONUS QUESTIONS

With apologies to Corky.

Q - what does a French mon have for ‘is dinner,
A - Les ‘Oops!!!!

BQ1)  If you say “L’addition s’il vous plait” at the end of  a meal in a French restaurant what are you asking for? The bill

BQ2)  Food and drink, made from wheat flour, or buckwheat flour, with eggs and milk, what are the thin pancakes called that are famous in Brittany in Northern France.? Crepes

BQ3)  What meal of the day do the French call ‘Le petit déjeuner’? Breakfast

BQ4)  If you order ‘Cuisses de Grenouilles’ in a French restaurant what would you expect to be served? Frogs legs?

BQ5)  If a dish is listed as ‘En Croute’, how is it cooked? In pastry

STINKER)  TV, which famous animated duo live at 62 West Wallaby Street, Wigan? Wallace & gromit?

TRICKY)  What was the name of Bill Sikes dog in Charles Dicken’s ‘Oliver Twist’? Nipper?

A few tricky ones there Ray but I think we’ve done ok

Evening LL.

A really brilliant 27 correct, very well done.
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:20
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday Evening to all you lovely Rejects.
It’s Friday night once more, they don’t half come round quick!!!!!
Get down to here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled.
Let’s have a beltin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 25-1-19

1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Catch the Wind’? DONOVAN

2)  Geography, Sacramento is the capital of which State in the USA?
CALIFORNIA

3)  TV, running from1993 to 1996, which actor played the criminal psychologist Eddie `Fitz' Fitzgerald in ‘Cracker? ROBBIE COLTRANE

4)  Film,  ‘Bright Eyes’ by Art Garfunkel was used in the soundtrack to which 1978 animated film? WARTERSHIP DOWN

5)  In Music what ‘C’ word is the term is used to denote a gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music? CRESCENDO

6)  Food and drink, what is the most common type of grain used to brew beer? BARLEY

7)  Science, what travels at 186,000 miles per second?LIGHT

8 )  What Japanese car manufacturer produces the crossover SUV ‘Vitara’ model?  TOYOTA

9)  Sport, which Premiership football club play their home matches at Turf Moor? BURNLEY

10)  History, who was Prime Minister when Britain joined the European Union (Common Market) in 1973? TED HEATH

11)  From which 1971 film musical does the song ‘If I Were a Rich Man’ come? FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

12)  The Methodist movement derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of which man? JOHN WESLEY

13)  Literature, who wrote the phenomenally successful ‘Adrian Mole’ novels?

14)  In which art gallery is the Mona Lisa on display? LOUVRE

15)  Film, who refused an Academy Award for his role in the 1973 film ;The Godfather’? MARLON BRANDO

16)  TV, which comedy featured characters called Terry Collier and Bob Ferris?
Two possible answers. LIKELY LADS

17)  Holly Johnson and Paul Rutherford fronted which 1980s pop group? FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

18)  Science, the American theoretical physicist Robert Oppenheimer is best remembered for his work on what?

19)  Classical music, officially known as ‘Serenade for Strings No 13 in G Major’, who wrote the popular piece usually known as ‘Eine Kleine Nachmusik’? BACH

20)  History, which volcano erupted in 1906, causing huge damage and over 100 deaths in the city of Naples? VESUVIUS

21)  Food and drink, how would you make the drink ‘Snakebite’?

22)  Geography, famous for its fossil remains and stretching for 96 miles, this part of the Dorset coastline is better known as what?
JURASSIC COAST

23)  Literature, which American author and Anglophile’s work include ‘Notes From a Small Island’, ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’ and ‘Neither Here Nor There’? MARK TWAIN

24)  Mark Zuckerberg founded which social media and networking company in February 2004? FACEBOOK

25)  ♪♫ A candy-colored clown they call the sandman
           Tiptoes to my room every night
           Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper
          "Go to sleep. Everything is all right." ♪♫
From what 1963 hit song are those opening lines, and who sang it?
IN DREAMS. ROY ORBISON


FOREIGN MUCK FRENCH FOOD BONUS QUESTIONS

With apologies to Corky.

Q - what does a French mon have for ‘is dinner,
A - Les ‘Oops!!!!

BQ1)  If you say “L’addition s’il vous plait” at the end of  a meal in a French restaurant what are you asking for? BILL

BQ2)  Food and drink, made from wheat flour, or buckwheat flour, with eggs and milk, what are the thin pancakes called that are famous in Brittany in Northern France.?

BQ3)  What meal of the day do the French call ‘Le petit déjeuner’? LUNCH

BQ4)  If you order ‘Cuisses de Grenouilles’ in a French restaurant what would you expect to be served?

BQ5)  If a dish is listed as ‘En Croute’, how is it cooked? ROASTED

STINKER)  TV, which famous animated duo live at 62 West Wallaby Street, Wigan? WALLACE AND GROMMIT

TRICKY)  What was the name of Bill Sikes dog in Charles Dicken’s ‘Oliver Twist’? BULLSEYE
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:21
@marieM wrote:3. Robbie Coltrane
4. Watership  Down
5. Crescendo
6. Hops
8. Toyota
9. Burnley
10. Edward Heath
14. Louvre
15. Marlon Brando
16 likely Lads
18. Atom Bomb
20. Vesuveus
12. Jurasic Coast

BB1 Bill
    2.Crepe Susette
    3. Lunch
    5, In pastry

Tricky Pat

Evening Marie.

A really excellent 14 correct, well done.


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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:23
@Gassey wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday Evening to all you lovely Rejects.
It’s Friday night once more, they don’t half come round quick!!!!!
Get down to here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled.
Let’s have a beltin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 25-1-19

1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Catch the Wind’?  DONOVAN

2)  Geography, Sacramento is the capital of which State in the USA?
CALIFORNIA

3)  TV, running from1993 to 1996, which actor played the criminal psychologist Eddie `Fitz' Fitzgerald in ‘Cracker?   ROBBIE COLTRANE

4)  Film,  ‘Bright Eyes’ by Art Garfunkel was used in the soundtrack to which 1978 animated film?  WARTERSHIP DOWN

5)  In Music what ‘C’ word is the term is used to denote a gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music?  CRESCENDO

6)  Food and drink, what is the most common type of grain used to brew beer?  BARLEY

7)  Science, what travels at 186,000 miles per second?LIGHT

8 )  What Japanese car manufacturer produces the crossover SUV ‘Vitara’ model?  TOYOTA

9)  Sport, which Premiership football club play their home matches at Turf Moor?   BURNLEY

10)  History, who was Prime Minister when Britain joined the European Union (Common Market) in 1973?  TED HEATH

11)  From which 1971 film musical does the song ‘If I Were a Rich Man’ come?   FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

12)  The Methodist movement derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of which man?  JOHN WESLEY

13)  Literature, who wrote the phenomenally successful ‘Adrian Mole’ novels?

14)  In which art gallery is the Mona Lisa on display?  LOUVRE

15)  Film, who refused an Academy Award for his role in the 1973 film ;The Godfather’?   MARLON BRANDO

16)  TV, which comedy featured characters called Terry Collier and Bob Ferris?
Two possible answers.   LIKELY LADS

17)  Holly Johnson and Paul Rutherford fronted which 1980s pop group?   FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD

18)  Science, the American theoretical physicist Robert Oppenheimer is best remembered for his work on what?

19)  Classical music, officially known as ‘Serenade for Strings No 13 in G Major’, who wrote the popular piece usually known as ‘Eine Kleine Nachmusik’?   BACH

20)  History, which volcano erupted in 1906, causing huge damage and over 100 deaths in the city of Naples?  VESUVIUS

21)  Food and drink, how would you make the drink ‘Snakebite’?

22)  Geography, famous for its fossil remains and stretching for 96 miles, this part of the Dorset coastline is better known as what?
JURASSIC COAST

23)  Literature, which American author and Anglophile’s work include ‘Notes From a Small Island’, ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’ and ‘Neither Here Nor There’?  MARK TWAIN

24)  Mark Zuckerberg founded which social media and networking company in February 2004?  FACEBOOK

25)  ♪♫ A candy-colored clown they call the sandman
           Tiptoes to my room every night
           Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper
          "Go to sleep. Everything is all right." ♪♫
From what 1963 hit song are those opening lines, and who sang it?
IN DREAMS.   ROY ORBISON


FOREIGN MUCK FRENCH FOOD BONUS QUESTIONS

With apologies to Corky.

Q - what does a French mon have for ‘is dinner,
A - Les ‘Oops!!!!

BQ1)  If you say “L’addition s’il vous plait” at the end of  a meal in a French restaurant what are you asking for?  BILL

BQ2)  Food and drink, made from wheat flour, or buckwheat flour, with eggs and milk, what are the thin pancakes called that are famous in Brittany in Northern France.?

BQ3)  What meal of the day do the French call ‘Le petit déjeuner’?  LUNCH

BQ4)  If you order ‘Cuisses de Grenouilles’ in a French restaurant what would you expect to be served?

BQ5)  If a dish is listed as ‘En Croute’, how is it cooked?   ROASTED

STINKER)  TV, which famous animated duo live at 62 West Wallaby Street, Wigan?   WALLACE AND GROMMIT

TRICKY)  What was the name of Bill Sikes dog in Charles Dicken’s ‘Oliver Twist’?   BULLSEYE

Evening Gassey.

A super score of 21 correct, well done you.
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:25
Evening, Ray Smile
1)
2) California
3) Robbie Cultraine
4) watership down
5) (opp of crescendo?)
6) hops
7) speed of light
8 )
9)
10)Edward Heath
11) fiddler on the roof
12) John Wesley
13) sue Townsend
14) Louvre
15) marlon Brando
16) the likely lads (and what became of ...)
17) Frankie goes to Hollywood
(My claim to fame - Holly Johnson once retweeted a tweet of mine Very Happy )
18) atomic bomb
19) mozart
20) vesuvius
21)
22)
23) bill bryson
24) Facebook
25) mr sandman

BQ1) bill
BQ2) crepes
BQ3) breakfast
BQ4) frogs legs
BQ5) in pastry
STINKER) Wallace and gromit
TRICKY) bullseye
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:28
@jo anne wrote:Evening, Ray Smile
1)
2) California
3) Robbie Cultraine
4) watership down
5) (opp of crescendo?)
6) hops
7) speed of light
8 )
9)
10)Edward Heath
11) fiddler on the roof
12) John Wesley
13) sue Townsend
14) Louvre
15) marlon Brando
16) the likely lads (and what became of ...)
17) Frankie goes to Hollywood
(My claim to fame - Holly Johnson once retweeted a tweet of mine  Very Happy ) show off LOL WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 25-1-19 3530011831
18) atomic bomb
19) mozart
20) vesuvius
21)
22)
23) bill bryson
24) Facebook
25) mr sandman

BQ1) bill
BQ2) crepes
BQ3) breakfast
BQ4) frogs legs
BQ5) in pastry
STINKER) Wallace and gromit
TRICKY) bullseye

Evening Jo Anne.

A fantastic 26 correct, very well done you.


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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:29
2) California
3) Robbie Coltrane
4) Watership Down
6) Barley?
7) Light
10) Edward Heath
12) John Wesley?
13) Sue Townsend
14) The Louvre
16) The Likely Lads
17) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
18) The Atomic Bomb
19) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
20) Mount Vesuvius
21) The Triassic Coast
24) Facebook

BQ1) More Please?
BQ5) Baked?

Stinker - Wallace and Gromit

Tricky - Bulls-eye?
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:31
@AWP1983 wrote:2) California
3) Robbie Coltrane
4) Watership Down
6) Barley?
7) Light
10) Edward Heath
12) John Wesley?
13) Sue Townsend
14) The Louvre
16) The Likely Lads
17) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
18) The Atomic Bomb
19) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
20) Mount Vesuvius
21) The Triassic Coast
24) Facebook

BQ1) More Please?
BQ5) Baked?

Stinker - Wallace and Gromit

Tricky - Bulls-eye?


Evening AWP.

A really excellent score of 18 correct, well done,
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:33
Thanks, Ray, I’ll never get over that retweet. Very Happy
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:33
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:34
Cheers AWP, very well quizzed.
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:38
Ray , thanks very much for another
Friday nights round of questions
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:44
Cheers Gassey, glad you enjoyed.

An excellent bit of quizzing from you.
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 20:46
@jo anne wrote:Thanks, Ray, I’ll never get over that retweet. Very Happy

Cheers Jo Anne, very well played.

You're just one big show off and name dropper!!!! LOL Embarassed Very Happy
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 21:15
Sorry Ray,we had surprise visitors..see you tomorrow.
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 21:23
No Worries Mo, these things happen.

I know you enjoy the quiz.

I very often hold the quiz answers over to Saturday morning because

my mate hiero can'r be bothered on Friday night!!!! LOL, so you may do it

tomorrow if your in the mood,................or not hungover!!!!!!!! LOL Embarassed Very Happy

Have a good evening and see you tomorrow.
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 23:22
Just to say, there are a few regulars missing.

Any latecomer s will be marked tomorrow, and I'll post the answers too,

Night night everybody.
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 23:24
Late entry starting @ 23.18



1)  Who had a 1965 hit with ‘Catch the Wind’? ?

2)  Geography, Sacramento is the capital of which State in the USA? California

3)  TV, running from1993 to 1996, which actor played the criminal psychologist Eddie `Fitz' Fitzgerald in ‘Cracker? Robbie Coltraine

4)  Film,  ‘Bright Eyes’ by Art Garfunkel was used in the soundtrack to which 1978 animated film? Watership Down

5)  In Music what ‘C’ word is the term is used to denote a gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music? Crescendo

6)  Food and drink, what is the most common type of grain used to brew beer? Barley

7)  Science, what travels at 186,000 miles per second? Light

8 )  What Japanese car manufacturer produces the crossover SUV ‘Vitara’ model?   Nissan

9)  Sport, which Premiership football club play their home matches at Turf Moor? Burnley

10)  History, who was Prime Minister when Britain joined the European Union (Common Market) in 1973? T Heath

11)  From which 1971 film musical does the song ‘If I Were a Rich Man’ come? Fiddler On The Roof

12)  The Methodist movement derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of which man? John Wesley

13)  Literature, who wrote the phenomenally successful ‘Adrian Mole’ novels? Sue Townsend

14)  In which art gallery is the Mona Lisa on display? The Louvre

15)  Film, who refused an Academy Award for his role in the 1973 film ;The Godfather’? Marlon Brando

16)  TV, which comedy featured characters called Terry Collier and Bob Ferris? The Likely Lads & Whatever happened to them
Two possible answers.

17)  Holly Johnson and Paul Rutherford fronted which 1980s pop group? Frankie Goes to Hollywood

18)  Science, the American theoretical physicist Robert Oppenheimer is best remembered for his work on what?

19)  Classical music, officially known as ‘Serenade for Strings No 13 in G Major’, who wrote the popular piece usually known as ‘Eine Kleine Nachmusik’? Handel

20)  History, which volcano erupted in 1906, causing huge damage and over 100 deaths in the city of Naples? Etna??

21)  Food and drink, how would you make the drink ‘Snakebite’? Cider & Lager

22)  Geography, famous for its fossil remains and stretching for 96 miles, this part of the Dorset coastline is better known as what? White Cliffs Of Dover

23)  Literature, which American author and Anglophile’s work include ‘Notes From a Small Island’, ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’ and ‘Neither Here Nor There’?

24)  Mark Zuckerberg founded which social media and networking company in February 2004? Facebook

25)  ♪♫ A candy-colored clown they call the sandman
           Tiptoes to my room every night
           Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper
          "Go to sleep. Everything is all right." ♪♫
From what 1963 hit song are those opening lines, and who sang it? I CLose My Eyes Franky Vali


FOREIGN MUCK FRENCH FOOD BONUS QUESTIONS

With apologies to Corky.

Q - what does a French mon have for ‘is dinner,
A - Les ‘Oops!!!!

BQ1)  If you say “L’addition s’il vous plait” at the end of  a meal in a French restaurant what are you asking for? The bill.

BQ2)  Food and drink, made from wheat flour, or buckwheat flour, with eggs and milk, what are the thin pancakes called that are famous in Brittany in Northern France.? Crepes

BQ3)  What meal of the day do the French call ‘Le petit déjeuner’? Breakfast

BQ4)  If you order ‘Cuisses de Grenouilles’ in a French restaurant what would you expect to be served? Frogs legs

BQ5)  If a dish is listed as ‘En Croute’, how is it cooked? Toasted

STINKER)  TV, which famous animated duo live at 62 West Wallaby Street, Wigan? Wallage & Gromit

TRICKY)  What was the name of Bill Sikes dog in Charles Dicken’s ‘Oliver Twist’? Bullseye
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on Fri Jan 25 2019, 23:28
^^

18 Atom bomb

23 Bill Bryson.


Don't know how I missed them off.  No   Just on first pint today.


Thanks again, Ray.
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on Sat Jan 26 2019, 09:30
Thanks Ray. I didn't get so many but I enjoyed it.
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on Sat Jan 26 2019, 09:30
Thanks Ray. I didn't get so many but I enjoyed it.
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