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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 19:56
A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of the week once more.
Come on down here to the Rejects Bar.
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WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19

1) Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’?

2) Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens?

3) TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom?

4) Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’?

5) What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’?

6) Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb?

7) Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves?

8 ) What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model?

9) Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns

10) History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936?

11) From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come?

12) How old is a quadragenarian?

13) Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’?

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

15) Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film “Psycho”?

16) TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider?

17) Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’?

18) Science, which insect would live in a formicary?

19) Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”?

20) History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937?

21) Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff?

22) Geography, what is the capital of Thailand?

23) Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families?

24) A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word?

25) ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
Though you say it isn't so
But if you put me down for another
I'll know, believe me, I'll know
‘Cause…………………………….♪♫

From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines?

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1) In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand?

BQ2) Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer?

BQ3) Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold?

BQ4) Who is the current President of France?

BQ5) Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump?

STINKER) From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”?

TRICKY) What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"?
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 19:59
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It seems I 'slipped' whilst practicing my posting !!!!! LOL
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:05


1)  Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’? Monkees

2)  Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens? New York

3)  TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom? Allo Allo

4)  Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’? Mel Gibson

5)  What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’? Butterfly

6)  Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb? Basil

7)  Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves? Bellodonna

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model? Fiat

9)  Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns Chelsea

10)  History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936? Edward VII

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come? My Fair Lady

12)  How old is a quadragenarian? forty

13)  Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’? Hans Christian Andersen

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

15)  Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film  “Psycho”? Anthony Hopkins

16)  TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider? David Hoffman

17)  Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’? Dave Clark Five

18)  Science, which insect would live in a formicary? Ants

19)  Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”? Puccini

20)  History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937? Edward VII

21)  Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff? Mushroom

22)  Geography, what is the capital of Thailand? Banagkok

23)  Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families? ?/

24)  A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word? Ambidextrous

25)  ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
          Though you say it isn't so
          But if you put me down for another
           I'll know, believe me, I'll know
            ‘Cause…………………………….♪♫

From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines? The night has 1000 eyes

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand????????????

BQ2)  Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer?????????

BQ3)  Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold? Home sec

BQ4)  Who is the current President of France? Macron

BQ5)  Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump? ????????

STINKER)  From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”? Catch 22

TRICKY)  What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"? Fox Hunting
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:13
@Corky Ringspot wrote:

1)  Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’?  Monkees

2)  Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens?  New York

3)  TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom?  Allo Allo

4)  Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’? Mel Gibson

5)  What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’?  Butterfly

6)  Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb?  Basil

7)  Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves?  Bellodonna

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model?   Fiat

9)  Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns    Chelsea

10)  History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936?  Edward VII

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come?  My Fair Lady

12)  How old is a quadragenarian?  forty

13)  Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’?  Hans Christian Andersen

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

15)  Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film  “Psycho”?  Anthony Hopkins

16)  TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider?  David Hoffman

17)  Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’?  Dave Clark Five

18)  Science, which insect would live in a formicary?   Ants

19)  Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”?  Puccini

20)  History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937?  Edward VII

21)  Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff?  Mushroom

22)  Geography, what is the capital of Thailand?  Banagkok

23)  Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families? ?/

24)  A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word?  Ambidextrous

25)  ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
          Though you say it isn't so
          But if you put me down for another
           I'll know, believe me, I'll know
            ‘Cause…………………………….♪♫

From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines?  The night has 1000 eyes

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand????????????

BQ2)  Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer?????????

BQ3)  Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold?   Home sec

BQ4)  Who is the current President of France?  Macron

BQ5)  Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump?  ????????

STINKER)  From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”?  Catch 22

TRICKY)  What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"?  Fox Hunting

Evening Corky.

A most excellent 18 correct, and in record time too.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:17
Evening, Ray Smile
1) the monkees
2) New York
3) ‘allo, ‘allo
4) Mel Gibson
5) butterfly
6)
7)
8 )
9)
10)
11) west side story
12) 80
13) Hans Christian Anderson
14) denim
15)
16) David hasslehoff
17)
18) ant
19) Mozart
20) Edward vii
21)
22) Bangkok
23)
24) Ambidextrous
25) rubber ball
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:19
@jo anne wrote:Evening, Ray Smile
1) the monkees
2) New York
3) ‘allo, ‘allo
4) Mel Gibson
5) butterfly
6)
7)
8 )
9)
10)
11) west side story
12) 80
13) Hans Christian Anderson
14) denim
15)
16) David hasslehoff
17)
18) ant
19) Mozart
20) Edward viii
21)
22) Bangkok
23)
24) Ambidextrous
25) rubber ball

Evening Jo Anne.

A very respectable 12 correct, well done.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:20
1) The Monkee's
2) New York
3) Allo Allo
4) Mel Gibson
5) Butterfly
10) King George V
12) 40+ ?
13) Hans Cristian Anderson
16) David Hasselhoff
18) Ants
19) Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart
20) King Edward VIII
22) Bangkok
23) Lord of the Rings
24) Ambidextrous?
BQ1) Jacinda Ardern
BQ2) Phillip Hammond
BQ3) Home Secretery
BQ4) Emmanuel Macron
BQ5) Mike Pence
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:22
@AWP1983 wrote:1) The Monkee's
2) New York
3) Allo Allo
4) Mel Gibson
5) Butterfly
10) King George V
12) 40+ ?
13) Hans Cristian Anderson
16) David Hasselhoff
18) Ants
19) Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart
20) King Edward VIII
22) Bangkok
23) Lord of the Rings
24) Ambidextrous?
BQ1) Jacinda Ardern
BQ2) Phillip Hammond
BQ3) Home Secretery
BQ4) Emmanuel Macron
BQ5) Mike Pence

Evening AWP.

A most excellent 20 correct, well done.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:23
Thanks, Ray Very Happy
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:24
Thank you Ray  Smile Keep up the great work.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:25
@jo anne wrote:Thanks, Ray Very Happy


You're very welcome Jo Anne, well played you.

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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:25
1 The monkees
2 New York
3 Hallo hallo
4 Mel Gibson
5 Butterfly
6 Coriander
7 Digitalis
11 My fair lady
13 Hans Christian Anderson
14 Lace
15 Anthony Perkins
16 David Hasselhoff
17 Dave Clarke
18 Bees
19 Mozart
20 Edward Vlll
22 Bangkok
24 Ambidextrous
25 The night has a thousand eyes

Bq1 Jacinda Ardern
2 Philip Hammond
4 Macron
5 Mike Pence

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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:26
@AWP1983 wrote:Thank you Ray  Smile Keep up the great work.

Cheers AWP much appreciated
Well played tonight.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:29
@maureen wrote:1 The monkees
2 New York
3 Hallo hallo
4 Mel Gibson
5 Butterfly
6 Coriander
7 Digitalis
11 My fair lady
13 Hans Christian Anderson
14 Lace
15 Anthony Perkins
16 David Hasselhoff
17 Dave Clarke
18 Bees
19 Mozart
20 Edward Vlll
22 Bangkok
24 Ambidextrous
25 The night has a thousand eyes

Bq1 Jacinda Ardern
   2 Philip Hammond
  4 Macron
  5 Mike Pence


Evening Mo.

A very impressive 20 correct, well done.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:32
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of the week once more.
Come on down here to the Rejects Bar.
Get settled with your favourite tipple.
Let’s have crackin’ quiz.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19    

1)  Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’? THE MONKEES

2)  Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens? NEW YORK

3)  TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom? ALLO ALLO

4)  Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’? MEL GIBSON

5)  What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’? BUTTERFLY

6)  Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb?

7)  Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves?

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model?

9)  Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns WEST BROMWICH ALBION

10)  History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936? GEORGE V

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come? MY FAIR LADY

12)  How old is a quadragenarian? 40

13)  Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’? HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON

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

15)  Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film  “Psycho”? ANTHONY PERKINS

16)  TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider? DAVIS HASSELOFF

17)  Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’? DAVE CLARK FIVE

18)  Science, which insect would live in a formicary? ANTS

19)  Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”?

20)  History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937? EDWARD V111

21)  Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff? ORANGE

22)  Geography, what is the capital of Thailand? BANGKOK

23)  Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families?

24)  A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word? AMBIDEXTROUS

25)  ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
          Though you say it isn't so
          But if you put me down for another
           I'll know, believe me, I'll know
            ‘Cause…………………………….♪♫
THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES BOBBY VEE
From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines?

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand?

BQ2)  Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer? PHILLIP HAMMOND

BQ3)  Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold? HOME SECRETARY

BQ4)  Who is the current President of France? EMMANUEL MACRON

BQ5)  Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump?

STINKER)  From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”?

TRICKY)  What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"?
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:33
Boy did I slip up with no18 ..doh formic acid ..derived from ants..sorry about that Ray..and that..many again thanks for your hard work..see you tomorrow. WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19 3625261725
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:35
@maureen wrote:Boy did I slip up with no18 ..doh formic acid ..derived from ants..sorry about that Ray..and that..many again thanks for your hard work..see you tomorrow. WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19 3625261725

You played a cracking round Mo, very well done.

See you tomorrow.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:36
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:38
@Gassey wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of the week once more.
Come on down here to the Rejects Bar.
Get settled with your favourite tipple.
Let’s have crackin’ quiz.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19    

1)  Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’?     THE MONKEES

2)  Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens?  NEW YORK

3)  TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom?   ALLO ALLO

4)  Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’?  MEL GIBSON

5)  What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’?   BUTTERFLY

6)  Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb?

7)  Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves?

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model?

9)  Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns  WEST BROMWICH ALBION

10)  History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936?  GEORGE V

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come?  MY FAIR LADY

12)  How old is a quadragenarian?   40

13)  Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’?  HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON

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

15)  Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film  “Psycho”?  ANTHONY PERKINS

16)  TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider?  DAVIS HASSELOFF

17)  Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’?  DAVE CLARK FIVE

18)  Science, which insect would live in a formicary?    ANTS
 
19)  Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”?

20)  History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937?      EDWARD V111

21)  Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff?   ORANGE

22)  Geography, what is the capital of Thailand?  BANGKOK

23)  Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families?

24)  A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word?  AMBIDEXTROUS

25)  ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
          Though you say it isn't so
          But if you put me down for another
           I'll know, believe me, I'll know
            ‘Cause…………………………….♪♫
THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES    BOBBY VEE
From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines?

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand?

BQ2)  Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer?   PHILLIP HAMMOND

BQ3)  Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold?   HOME SECRETARY

BQ4)  Who is the current President of France?   EMMANUEL MACRON

BQ5)  Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump?

STINKER)  From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”?

TRICKY)  What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"?

Evening Gassey.

A super score of 22 correct, well done indeed.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:39
@Corky Ringspot wrote:Thanks again, Ray.  WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19 709307421 WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19 709307421 WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19 709307421

Cheers Corky, much appreciated.

Very well played.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:48
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 20:50
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of the week once more.
Come on down here to the Rejects Bar.
Get settled with your favourite tipple.
Let’s have crackin’ quiz.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19    

1)  Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’? The monkees

2)  Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens? New York City

3)  TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom? Allo allo

4)  Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’? Mel Gibson

5)  What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’? Butterfly

6)  Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb? Coriander?

7)  Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves? Penicillin?

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model? Dacia

9)  Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns West Bromwich Albion

10)  History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936? Edward VIII

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come? A star is born?

12)  How old is a quadragenarian? 40?

13)  Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’? Hans Christian Anderson?

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

15)  Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film  “Psycho”?

16)  TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider? David hasselhoff

17)  Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’? Manfred Mann?

18)  Science, which insect would live in a formicary? Ants?

19)  Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”? Proust?

20)  History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937? Edward VIII

21)  Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff? Tomatoes

22)  Geography, what is the capital of Thailand? Bangkok

23)  Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families? JRR Tolkien

24)  A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word? Ambidextrous

25)  ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
          Though you say it isn't so
          But if you put me down for another
           I'll know, believe me, I'll know
            ‘Cause…………………………….♪♫

From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines? Runaround Sue?

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand? It’s a woman, I know that much.

BQ2)  Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer? Philip Hammond

BQ3)  Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold? Home Secretary

BQ4)  Who is the current President of France? Emmanuel macron

BQ5)  Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump? Mike pence

STINKER)  From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”?

TRICKY)  What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"? Oysters?
. Some stinkers tonight Ray
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Very well played tonight.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 21:09
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@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of the week once more.
Come on down here to the Rejects Bar.
Get settled with your favourite tipple.
Let’s have crackin’ quiz.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19    

1)  Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’? The monkees

2)  Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens? New York City

3)  TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom? Allo allo

4)  Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’? Mel Gibson

5)  What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’? Butterfly

6)  Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb? Coriander?

7)  Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves? Penicillin?

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model? Dacia

9)  Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns West Bromwich Albion

10)  History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936? Edward VIII

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come? A star is born?

12)  How old is a quadragenarian? 40?

13)  Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’? Hans Christian Anderson?

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

15)  Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film  “Psycho”?

16)  TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider? David hasselhoff

17)  Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’? Manfred Mann?

18)  Science, which insect would live in a formicary? Ants?

19)  Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”? Proust?

20)  History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937? Edward VIII

21)  Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff? Tomatoes

22)  Geography, what is the capital of Thailand? Bangkok

23)  Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families? JRR Tolkien

24)  A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word? Ambidextrous

25)  ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
          Though you say it isn't so
          But if you put me down for another
           I'll know, believe me, I'll know
            ‘Cause…………………………….♪♫

From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines? Runaround Sue?

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand? It’s a woman, I know that much.

BQ2)  Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer? Philip Hammond

BQ3)  Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold? Home Secretary

BQ4)  Who is the current President of France? Emmanuel macron

BQ5)  Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump? Mike pence

STINKER)  From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”?

TRICKY)  What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"? Oysters?
. Some stinkers tonight Ray

Evening LL.

Stinkers or not LOL, you got an impressive score of 23 correct, well done you.
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on Fri 22 Mar 2019 - 21:26
@raymyjamie wrote:A very good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of the week once more.
Come on down here to the Rejects Bar.
Get settled with your favourite tipple.
Let’s have crackin’ quiz.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 22-3-19    

1)  Who had a 1967 UK hit with ‘I’m a Believer’? The Monkees

2)  Geography, in which American city are Madison Square Gardens?..New York

3)  TV, ‘Leesten very carefully, I weel say this only once’ is a catchphrase from what sitcom?..Allo Allo

4)  Film, which actor directed and played the title role of William Wallace in the 1995 film ‘Braveheart’?...Mel Gibson

5)  What type of creature is a ‘Painted Lady’?...Flutterby

6)  Food and drink, known as ‘Cilantro’ in the US, by what name do we call this herb?..Corriander

7)  Science, which drug is obtained from foxgloves?...Belladonna

8 )  What car manufacturer produces the supermini ‘Sandero‘ model?

9)  Sport, which Championship football club play their home matches at The Hawthorns

10)  History. Which Monarch ruled the UK from 1910 to 1936?

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical does the song ‘On the Street Where You Live‘ come?...My Fair Lady

12)  How old is a quadragenarian?

13)  Literature, who wrote the children’s story ‘The Ugly Duckling’?

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

15)  Film, which actor played the role of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film  “Psycho”?...Anthony Perkins

16)  TV, which actor starred in the 1980’s TV series Knight Rider?

17)  Who had a 1964 UK hit with ‘Bits and Pieces’? Dave Clark 5

18)  Science, which insect would live in a formicary? ..Ant?

19)  Classical music, who composed the music to the opera “The Magic Flute”?

20)  History, which British Monarch caused controversy by marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson in 1937?Edward 7

21)  Food and drink, ‘Moneymaker’, ‘Beefsteak’ and ‘Alicante’ are varieties of what foodstuff?...Tomato

22)  Geography, what is the capital of Thailand?..Bangkok

23)  Literature, in which author's work might you find the Bolger, Brandybuck and Gamgee families?

24)  A person who uses both hands with equal skill is called by what ‘A’ word?..Ambidextrous

25)  ♪♫They say that you're a runaround lover
          Though you say it isn't so
          But if you put me down for another
           I'll know, believe me, I'll know
            ‘Cause…………………………….♪♫...The night has a thousand eyes

From what Bobby Vee song are those the opening lines?

POLITICS BONUS QUESTIONS

BQ1)  In the news of late, who is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand?

BQ2)  Who is the current UK Chancellor of the Exchequer?..That tall chap with the grey hair

BQ3)  Before she became Prime Minister, what Governmental post did Theresa May hold? Foreign Secretary?

BQ4)  Who is the current President of France?..Macron

BQ5)  Who is the current US Vice President to Donald Trump?

STINKER)  From the pen of Ray Bradbury and first published in 1954, what ‘hot’ book has the opening line “It was a pleasure to burn”?

TRICKY)  What did Oscar Wilde describe as "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"?
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