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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:00
A very Good Evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s Friday night once again.
Come on down here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19

1) Who had a 1965 number one hit with ‘I’m Alive’?

2) Geography, which American state is nicknamed ‘The Lone Star State’?

3) TV, what was the name of the police officer in the cartoon ‘Top Cat’?

4) Film, In what 1995 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Red?

5) Which mythical bird is said to rise from its own ashes?

6) Food and drink, what French phrase meaning `from the menu` is often used in a restaurant?

7) Science, how is deoxyribonucleic acid better known?

8 ) What European car maker uses the advertising slogan ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’?

9) Sport, who managed England’s 1966 World Cup winning football team?

10) History, who monarch ruled England from 1837 to 1901?

11) From what musical does the song 'Ol’ Man River’ come?

12) What is xenophobia the fear of?

13) Literature, what are the two cities in Charles Dicken’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’?

14) What word represents the letter `S` in the NATO phonetic alphabet?

15) Film, what 1960 western was based on the Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 film `The Seven Samurai`?

16) TV, who played the boisterous and arrogant womanizer Lord Flashheart in the Blackadder II comedy?

17) Who had a 1969 number one hit with the instrumental ‘Albatross’?

18) Science, what is the lightest element in the periodic table?

19) Classical music, the Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95, popularly known as the ‘New World Symphony’, was composed by which Czech composer?

20) History, in which battle was Horatio Nelson fatally wounded?

21) Food and drink, which Leicestershire town is famous for its pork pies?

22) Geography, which range of mountains separates France from Spain?

23) Literature, who wrote ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’?

24) What does the Dewey Decimal System classify?

25) ♪♫Come gather 'round people
Wherever you roam
And admit that the waters
Around you have grown
And accept it that soon
You'll be drenched to the bone.
If your time to you is worth savin'♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?

OCCUPATIONS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) In which occupation would you ‘take silk’?

BQ2) What craft trade was the primary occupation of William Shakespeare’s father John?

BQ3) As of today 15-3-19, what governmental post does Tory Politician Philip Hammond hold?

BQ4) What occupation are people trained to draw blood from a patient (mostly from veins) for clinical or medical testing, called?

BQ5) What would a Cordwainer make?

STINKER) Which fictional characters on TV come from the planet of Skaro?

TRICKY) Which bird featured on a Farthing coin?
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:06




1)  Who had a 1965 number one hit with ‘I’m Alive’? ????????

2)  Geography, which American state is nicknamed ‘The Lone Star State’? Texas

3)  TV, what was the name of the police officer in the cartoon ‘Top Cat’? Officer Dibble

4)  Film, In what 1995 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Red? Shawshank Redemption

5)  Which mythical bird is said to rise from its own ashes? Phoenix

6)  Food and drink, what French phrase meaning `from the menu` is often used in a restaurant? A La Carte

7)  Science, how is deoxyribonucleic acid better known? Vitamin B

8 )  What European car maker uses the advertising slogan ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’? Porsche

9)  Sport, who managed England’s 1966 World Cup winning football team? ?????

10)  History, who monarch ruled England from 1837 to 1901? Queen victoria

11)  From what musical does the song 'Ol’ Man River’ come?

12)  What is xenophobia the fear of? Foreigners

13)  Literature, what are the two cities in Charles Dicken’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’? London Paris

14)  What word represents the letter `S` in the NATO phonetic alphabet? Sierrra

15)  Film, what 1960 western was based on the Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 film `The Seven Samurai`? Magnificent Seven

16)  TV, who played the boisterous and arrogant womanizer Lord Flashheart in the Blackadder II comedy? Rik Mayall

17)  Who had a 1969 number one hit with the instrumental ‘Albatross’? Fleetwood Mac

18)  Science, what is the lightest element in the periodic table? Hydrgen

19)  Classical music, the Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95, popularly known as the ‘New World Symphony’, was composed by which Czech composer? Djorvak

20)  History, in which battle was Horatio Nelson fatally wounded? Trafalgar

21)  Food and drink, which Leicestershire town is famous for its pork pies? Melton Mowbray

22)  Geography, which range of mountains separates France from Spain? Pyrenees

23)  Literature, who wrote ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’? Roald Dahl

24)  What does the Dewey Decimal System classify? Library Book

25)  ♪♫Come gather 'round people
          Wherever you roam
          And admit that the waters
          Around you have grown
          And accept it that soon
          You'll be drenched to the bone.
           If your time to you is worth savin'♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?

OCCUPATIONS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In which occupation would you ‘take silk’? Law

BQ2)  What craft trade was the primary occupation of William Shakespeare’s father John? Glove maker

BQ3)  As of today 15-3-19, what governmental post does Tory Politician Philip Hammond hold? Chief whip?

BQ4)  What occupation  are people trained to draw blood from a patient (mostly from veins) for clinical or medical testing, called? Phlebotomist

BQ5)  What would a Cordwainer make? Shoes

STINKER)  Which fictional characters on TV come from the planet of Skaro? Daleks

TRICKY)  Which bird featured on a Farthing coin? Wren
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:12
@Corky Ringspot wrote:



1)  Who had a 1965 number one hit with ‘I’m Alive’?   ????????

2)  Geography, which American state is nicknamed ‘The Lone Star State’?  Texas

3)  TV, what was the name of the police officer in the cartoon ‘Top Cat’?   Officer Dibble

4)  Film, In what 1995 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Red?   Shawshank Redemption

5)  Which mythical bird is said to rise from its own ashes?  Phoenix

6)  Food and drink, what French phrase meaning `from the menu` is often used in a restaurant?  A La Carte

7)  Science, how is deoxyribonucleic acid better known?   Vitamin B

8 )  What European car maker uses the advertising slogan ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’?   Porsche

9)  Sport, who managed England’s 1966 World Cup winning football team?  ?????

10)  History, who monarch ruled England from 1837 to 1901?  Queen victoria

11)  From what musical does the song 'Ol’ Man River’ come?

12)  What is xenophobia the fear of?   Foreigners

13)  Literature, what are the two cities in Charles Dicken’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’?   London Paris

14)  What word represents the letter `S` in the NATO phonetic alphabet?   Sierrra

15)  Film, what 1960 western was based on the Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 film `The Seven Samurai`?  Magnificent Seven

16)  TV, who played the boisterous and arrogant womanizer Lord Flashheart in the Blackadder II comedy?  Rik Mayall

17)  Who had a 1969 number one hit with the instrumental ‘Albatross’?  Fleetwood Mac

18)  Science, what is the lightest element in the periodic table?   Hydrgen

19)  Classical music, the Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95, popularly known as the ‘New World Symphony’, was composed by which Czech composer?   Djorvak

20)  History, in which battle was Horatio Nelson fatally wounded?   Trafalgar

21)  Food and drink, which Leicestershire town is famous for its pork pies?  Melton Mowbray

22)  Geography, which range of mountains separates France from Spain?   Pyrenees

23)  Literature, who wrote ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’?  Roald Dahl

24)  What does the Dewey Decimal System classify?    Library Book

25)  ♪♫Come gather 'round people
          Wherever you roam
          And admit that the waters
          Around you have grown
          And accept it that soon
          You'll be drenched to the bone.
           If your time to you is worth savin'♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?

OCCUPATIONS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In which occupation would you ‘take silk’?   Law

BQ2)  What craft trade was the primary occupation of William Shakespeare’s father John?  Glove maker

BQ3)  As of today 15-3-19, what governmental post does Tory Politician Philip Hammond hold?  Chief whip?

BQ4)  What occupation  are people trained to draw blood from a patient (mostly from veins) for clinical or medical testing, called?   Phlebotomist

BQ5)  What would a Cordwainer make?   Shoes

STINKER)  Which fictional characters on TV come from the planet of Skaro?   Daleks

TRICKY)  Which bird featured on a Farthing coin?   Wren

Evening Corky.

A very impressive 24 correct, and in super quick time.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:18
Evening, Ray Smile
1)
2) Texas
3) Officer dibble
4. Shawshank redemption
5) Phoenix
6) a la carte
7) DNA
8 ) Volkswagen
9)
10) queen Victoria
11) showboat
12) foreigners
13) London Manchester
14)
15) magnificent seven
16) risk mayall
17)
18) hydrogen
19) Tchaikovsky
20) Waterloo
21) Melton Mowbray
22) Pyrenees
23) Ronald Dahl
24) library books
25) the times they are a’changing

BQ1) Racing jockey
BQ2)
BQ3)
BQ4) phlebotomists
BQ5) shoes

STINKER) clangers
TRICKY) wren
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:18
@raymyjamie wrote:A very Good Evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s Friday night once again.
Come on down here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19

1)  Who had a 1965 number one hit with ‘I’m Alive’?

2)  Geography, which American state is nicknamed ‘The Lone Star State’? Texas

3)  TV, what was the name of the police officer in the cartoon ‘Top Cat’? Officer dibble

4)  Film, In what 1995 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Red? Shawshank redemption

5)  Which mythical bird is said to rise from its own ashes? Phoenix

6)  Food and drink, what French phrase meaning `from the menu` is often used in a restaurant? A la carte?

7)  Science, how is deoxyribonucleic acid better known? DNA

8 )  What European car maker uses the advertising slogan ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’? BMW?

9)  Sport, who managed England’s 1966 World Cup winning football team? Sir Alf Ramsey

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

11)  From what musical does the song 'Ol’ Man River’ come? Show boat?

12)  What is xenophobia the fear of? People of a different race?

13)  Literature, what are the two cities in Charles Dicken’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’?

14)  What word represents the letter `S` in the NATO phonetic alphabet? Sierra

15)  Film, what 1960 western was based on the Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 film `The Seven Samurai`? The magnificent 7?

16)  TV, who played the boisterous and arrogant womanizer Lord Flashheart in the Blackadder II comedy? Rik mayall

17)  Who had a 1969 number one hit with the instrumental ‘Albatross’? Fleetwood mac?

18)  Science, what is the lightest element in the periodic table? Helium?

19)  Classical music, the Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95, popularly known as the ‘New World Symphony’, was composed by which Czech composer? Tchaikovsky?

20)  History, in which battle was Horatio Nelson fatally wounded? Battle of trafalger?

21)  Food and drink, which Leicestershire town is famous for its pork pies? Melton Mowbray

22)  Geography, which range of mountains separates France from Spain? Pyrenees?

23)  Literature, who wrote ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’? Ronald Dahl

24)  What does the Dewey Decimal System classify?

25)  ♪♫Come gather 'round people
          Wherever you roam
          And admit that the waters
          Around you have grown
          And accept it that soon
          You'll be drenched to the bone.
           If your time to you is worth savin'♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?

OCCUPATIONS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In which occupation would you ‘take silk’? Barrister

BQ2)  What craft trade was the primary occupation of William Shakespeare’s father John? Carpenter?

BQ3)  As of today 15-3-19, what governmental post does Tory Politician Philip Hammond hold? Chancellor of the exchequer?

BQ4)  What occupation  are people trained to draw blood from a patient (mostly from veins) for clinical or medical testing, called?phlebotanist?

BQ5)  What would a Cordwainer make? Cloth?

STINKER)  Which fictional characters on TV come from the planet of Skaro?

TRICKY)  Which bird featured on a Farthing coin?

Some absolute stinkers tonight!
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:22
1 The Hollies
2 Texas
3 Dibble
5 The Phoenix
11 Showbiat
12 Anything strange or odd
13 London &Paris
14 Sierra
16 Rowan Atkinson
17 Fleetwood Mac
19 Dvorak
20 Trafalgar
21 Melton Mobrey
22 The Pyranees
23 Roald Dahl

Bq1 Barrister
4 Phlebotonist
5 Shoes
Tricky ...Wren
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:22
@jo anne wrote:Evening, Ray Smile
1)
2) Texas
3) Officer dibble
4. Shawshank redemption
5) Phoenix
6) a la carte
7) DNA
8 ) Volkswagen
9)
10) queen Victoria
11) showboat
12) foreigners
13) London Manchester
14)
15) magnificent seven
16) risk mayall
17)
18) hydrogen
19) Tchaikovsky
20) Waterloo
21) Melton Mowbray
22) Pyrenees
23) Ronald Dahl
24) library books
25) the times they are a’changing

BQ1) Racing jockey
BQ2)
BQ3)
BQ4) phlebotomists
BQ5) shoes

STINKER) clangers
TRICKY) wren

Evening Jo Anne.

A really excellent 20 correct, well done you.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:23
Thanks, Ray Smile
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:26
@Lima Lima wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very Good Evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s Friday night once again.
Come on down here to the Reject’s Bar.
Get settled with your favourite drink.
Let’s have a crackin’ quiz.

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

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19

1)  Who had a 1965 number one hit with ‘I’m Alive’?

2)  Geography, which American state is nicknamed ‘The Lone Star State’? Texas

3)  TV, what was the name of the police officer in the cartoon ‘Top Cat’? Officer dibble

4)  Film, In what 1995 film does Morgan Freeman play a prison inmate called Red? Shawshank redemption

5)  Which mythical bird is said to rise from its own ashes? Phoenix

6)  Food and drink, what French phrase meaning `from the menu` is often used in a restaurant? A la carte?

7)  Science, how is deoxyribonucleic acid better known? DNA

8 )  What European car maker uses the advertising slogan ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’? BMW?

9)  Sport, who managed England’s 1966 World Cup winning football team? Sir Alf Ramsey

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

11)  From what musical does the song 'Ol’ Man River’ come? Show boat?

12)  What is xenophobia the fear of? People of a different race?

13)  Literature, what are the two cities in Charles Dicken’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’?

14)  What word represents the letter `S` in the NATO phonetic alphabet? Sierra

15)  Film, what 1960 western was based on the Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 film `The Seven Samurai`? The magnificent 7?

16)  TV, who played the boisterous and arrogant womanizer Lord Flashheart in the Blackadder II comedy? Rik mayall

17)  Who had a 1969 number one hit with the instrumental ‘Albatross’? Fleetwood mac?

18)  Science, what is the lightest element in the periodic table? Helium?

19)  Classical music, the Symphony No. 9 in E minor Op. 95, popularly known as the ‘New World Symphony’, was composed by which Czech composer? Tchaikovsky?

20)  History, in which battle was Horatio Nelson fatally wounded? Battle of trafalger?

21)  Food and drink, which Leicestershire town is famous for its pork pies? Melton Mowbray

22)  Geography, which range of mountains separates France from Spain? Pyrenees?

23)  Literature, who wrote ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’? Ronald Dahl

24)  What does the Dewey Decimal System classify?

25)  ♪♫Come gather 'round people
          Wherever you roam
          And admit that the waters
          Around you have grown
          And accept it that soon
          You'll be drenched to the bone.
           If your time to you is worth savin'♪♫

From what song are those the opening lines?

OCCUPATIONS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In which occupation would you ‘take silk’? Barrister

BQ2)  What craft trade was the primary occupation of William Shakespeare’s father John? Carpenter?

BQ3)  As of today 15-3-19, what governmental post does Tory Politician Philip Hammond hold? Chancellor of the exchequer?

BQ4)  What occupation  are people trained to draw blood from a patient (mostly from veins) for clinical or medical testing, called?phlebotanist?

BQ5)  What would a Cordwainer make? Cloth?

STINKER)  Which fictional characters on TV come from the planet of Skaro?

TRICKY)  Which bird featured on a Farthing coin?

Some absolute stinkers tonight!

Evening LL.

An excellent score of 21 correct, in spite of the stinkers. very well done.

If I gave you easy ones yould be bored!!!!! LOL
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:28
@maureen wrote:1 The Hollies
2 Texas
3 Dibble
5 The Phoenix
11 Showbiat
12 Anything strange or odd
13 London &Paris
14 Sierra
16 Rowan Atkinson
17 Fleetwood Mac
19 Dvorak
20 Trafalgar
21 Melton Mobrey
22 The Pyranees
23 Roald Dahl

Bq1 Barrister
4 Phlebotonist
5 Shoes
Tricky ...Wren

Evening Mo.

A really super score of 18 correct, very well done.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:30
@jo anne wrote:Thanks, Ray Smile

Cheers Jo Anne, well played.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:31
1. The Hollies
2. Texas
3. Officer Dibble
4. The Shawshank Redemption
5. The Phoenix
6. A la carte
7. DNA
8. BMW
9. Alf Ramsey    ( Motormouse is Home)    Laughing Laughing
10. Queen Victoria
11. Showboat  (Never forget watching Paul Robson singing in it)
12. Dislike or Fear of foreigners
13. London and Paris
14. Sierra
15. The Magnificent Seven
16.????
17. Fleetwood Mac
18. Hydrogen
19. Dvorak
20. Trafalgar
21. Melton Mowbray
22. Pyrenees
23. Roald Dahl
24. Books in Librarys
25. The Times they are A Changing

Bonus Questions.
1. Law (Barrister)
2. Glovemaker
3. ???
4. Phlebotanist
5. Shoes (and Boots)

Stinker:=  The Daleks
Tricky:= A Wren
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:32
My usual compliments, Ray. WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19 709307421
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:36
@Corky Ringspot wrote:My usual compliments, Ray. WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19 709307421

Thank you Corky, much appreciated.

Cracking round from you.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:39
@weatherwax wrote:1. The Hollies
2. Texas
3. Officer Dibble
4. The Shawshank Redemption
5. The Phoenix
6. A la carte
7. DNA
8. BMW
9. Alf Ramsey    ( Motormouse is Home)    Laughing Laughing
10. Queen Victoria
11. Showboat  (Never forget watching Paul Robson singing in it)
12. Dislike or Fear of foreigners
13. London and Paris
14. Sierra
15. The Magnificent Seven
16.????
17. Fleetwood Mac
18. Hydrogen
19. Dvorak
20. Trafalgar
21. Melton Mowbray
22. Pyrenees
23. Roald Dahl
24. Books in Librarys
25. The Times they are A Changing

Bonus Questions.
1. Law (Barrister)
2. Glovemaker
3. ???
4. Phlebotanist
5. Shoes (and Boots)

Stinker:=  The Daleks
Tricky:= A Wren

Evening WW.

A brilliant 30 correct (as usual) LOL.

For some reason Q8 and Q9 have come in colored.

You were missed last week.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:47
1. Spencer Davis Group


2. Texas


3. Officer Dibble


4. Shawshank Redemption?


5. Phoenix


6. à la carte


7. DNA


8. BMW


9. Sir Alf Ramsey, most certainly!


10. George 6th? Getting mixed up with my monarchs.


11. Porgy and Bess?


12. Foreigners


13. London and Paris


14. Sierra


15. The Magnificent Seven


16. Stephen Fry


17. Fleetwood Mac


18. Helium?


19. Edvard Grieg


20. Agincourt


21. Melton Mowbray


22. French Alps


23. Roald Dahl


24. Library books


25. Blowin' in the Wind?


BQ1. Law


BQ2. Carpenter?


BQ3. Chancellor of the Exchequer


BQ4. Vampires Phlebotamists


BQ5. ?



STINKER: Daleks


TRICKY: Wren?
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:52
@Hieronymous wrote:1. Spencer Davis Group


2. Texas


3. Officer Dibble


4. Shawshank Redemption?


5. Phoenix


6. à la carte


7. DNA


8. BMW


9. Sir Alf Ramsey, most certainly!


10. George 6th? Getting mixed up with my monarchs.


11. Porgy and Bess?


12. Foreigners


13. London and Paris


14. Sierra


15. The Magnificent Seven


16. Stephen Fry


17. Fleetwood Mac


18. Helium?


19. Edvard Grieg


20. Agincourt


21. Melton Mowbray


22. French Alps


23. Roald Dahl


24. Library books


25. Blowin' in the Wind?


BQ1. Law


BQ2. Carpenter?


BQ3. Chancellor of the Exchequer


BQ4. Vampires Phlebotamists


BQ5. ?



STINKER: Daleks


TRICKY: Wren?

Evening Hiero.

A really first class score of 21 correct, very well done.

You usually know your music, but you got Q1 and Q25 wrong.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:57
@raymyjamie wrote:
@Hieronymous wrote:1. Spencer Davis Group


2. Texas


3. Officer Dibble


4. Shawshank Redemption?


5. Phoenix


6. à la carte


7. DNA


8. BMW


9. Sir Alf Ramsey, most certainly!


10. George 6th? Getting mixed up with my monarchs.


11. Porgy and Bess?


12. Foreigners


13. London and Paris


14. Sierra


15. The Magnificent Seven


16. Stephen Fry


17. Fleetwood Mac


18. Helium?


19. Edvard Grieg


20. Agincourt


21. Melton Mowbray


22. French Alps


23. Roald Dahl


24. Library books


25. Blowin' in the Wind?


BQ1. Law


BQ2. Carpenter?


BQ3. Chancellor of the Exchequer


BQ4. Vampires Phlebotamists


BQ5. ?



STINKER: Daleks


TRICKY: Wren?

Evening Hiero.

A really first class score of 21 correct, very well done.

You usually know your music, but you got Q1 and Q25 wrong.


First class? It was absolute rubbish as I realised when I saw others answers. I won't be going on 'The Chase' anytime soon!
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on Fri 15 Mar - 20:59
Thanks again Ray for another belter..will 'see' you next week.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 21:03
"First class? It was absolute rubbish as I realised when I saw others answers. I won't be going on 'The Chase' anytime soon!"

LOL!!!!! Very Happy

I thought you did a good round WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19 3530011831 , but surprised you got the 'music' wrong.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 21:04
@maureen wrote:Thanks again Ray for another belter..will 'see' you next week.

Thank you Mo, well played you WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19 3530011831

'See you' next week.
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on Fri 15 Mar - 21:05
Thanks RMJ!  No mistake over the colours, you know what they say.......Blue for a Boy.  Just highlighting motormouse's answers. Laughing Laughing Laughing


Thanks for another great Brain workout. WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19 709307421
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@weatherwax wrote:Thanks RMJ!  No mistake over the colours, you know what they say.......Blue for a Boy.  Just highlighting motormouse's answers. Laughing Laughing Laughing


Thanks for another great Brain workout. WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19 709307421

Thanks a lot WW, another super quiz from you.

I now see the significance of the 'coloured' answers WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 15-3-19 3530011831
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on Fri 15 Mar - 22:06
2) Texas
3) Officer Dibble
4) The Shawshank Redemption
5) Phoenix 
7) DNA
10) Queen Victoria
12) Distrust of Foreign Cultures?
13) London and Paris
14) Sierra? 
16) Rik Mayall (RIP Crying or Very sad )
18) Hydrogen
20) Battle of Trafalgar
21) Melton Mowbray
22) Pyrenees
23) Roald Dahl

BQ1) QC?
BQ3) Chancellor of the Exchequer

Stinker - The Daleks
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on Fri 15 Mar - 22:26
@AWP1983 wrote:2) Texas
3) Officer Dibble
4) The Shawshank Redemption
5) Phoenix 
7) DNA
10) Queen Victoria
12) Distrust of Foreign Cultures?
13) London and Paris
14) Sierra? 
16) Rik Mayall (RIP Crying or Very sad )
18) Hydrogen
20) Battle of Trafalgar
21) Melton Mowbray
22) Pyrenees
23) Roald Dahl

BQ1) QC?
BQ3) Chancellor of the Exchequer

Stinker - The Daleks

Evening AWP.

A most excellent 18 correct, well done.

I have credited you with 2 'borderline' answers LOL.
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