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on Fri May 17 2019, 20:02
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A very Good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of week again
Get down here to the Rejects Bar.
Settle down with your favourite tipple
Let’s have a beltin’ bash.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19

1) Which Irish rock band had a 1973 hit with ‘Whiskey in the Jar’?

2) Geography, what is the name of the 40 acre lake in the middle of Hyde Park?

3) TV, running from 1993 to 2006, what was the name of the programme starring Robbie Coltrane as Police Psychologist Dr Edward ‘Fitz’ Fitzgerald?

4) Film, which actress married Prince Rainier of Monaco?

5) After seven which is the next highest prime number?

6) Food and drink, what sort of cheese do the Italians traditionally grate on pasta dishes?

7) Science, which famous scientist (1643 – 1727) discovered and formulated the law of gravity?

8 ) Called a ‘Hood’ in America, what is this part of the car called in the UK?

9) Sport, what was the boxer Mohammad Ali`s birth name?

10) History, the Son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, which King was crowned on 9th August 1902.

11) From what 1956 Broadway musical and 1964 Film does the song ‘Wouldn't It Be Loverly’ come?

12) Which artist is responsible for the 1889 painting titled `Self Portrait With Bandaged Ear`?

13) Literature, who wrote the best selling science book `A Brief History Of Time`?

14) Used with great success at the battles of Crecy, Poitiers and Agincourt, the English Longbow was made traditionally from which wood.

15) Film, who played eight different characters in the 1949 film 'Kind Hearts and Coronets'?

16) TV, which comedian closed his show with the phrase 'May your God go with you'?

17) ‘The Final Countdown’ was a 1986 UK number one hit for which group?

18) Science, Fe is the symbol of which chemical element?

19) Classical music, which German composer’s Symphony No 6 is called the ‘Pastoral’?

20) History, the Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, which Queen was crowned on 15th January 1559.

21) Food and drink, on a wine bottle, what is the ‘Punt’?

22) Geography, Lanzarote is part of which island group?

23) Literature, which fictional character, created by Mary Shelley, had the first name of Viktor?

24) How was the actress Norma Jean Baker better known?

25) ♪♫ Well, baby used to stay out all night long
She made me cry, she done me wrong
She hurt my eyes open, that's no lie
Tables turn and now her turn to cry♪♫

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

NUMBERS BONUS QUESTIONS

All the answers are numbers

BQ1) How many degrees do the internal angles of a triangle add up to?

BQ2) How many old pennies were there in a Guinea?

BQ3) How many pieces of silver did Judas get for betraying Christ?

BQ4) In TV’s 'Countdown' how many letters are selected for the letters game

BQ5) How many squares are there on a chess board?

STINKER) In heraldry, what is meant by ‘Couchant’?

TRICKY) For what achievement is Valentina Tereshkova famous?

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on Sat May 18 2019, 12:33
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on Mon May 20 2019, 16:17
@raymyjamie wrote:A very Good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of week again
Get down here to the Rejects Bar.
Settle down with your favourite tipple
Let’s have a beltin’ bash.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19    

1)  Which Irish rock band had a 1973 hit with ‘Whiskey in the Jar’? THIN LIZZIE

2)  Geography, what is the name of the 40 acre lake in the middle of Hyde Park? SERPENTINE

3)  TV, running from 1993 to 2006, what was the name of the programme starring Robbie Coltrane as Police Psychologist Dr Edward ‘Fitz’ Fitzgerald? CRACKER

4)  Film, which actress married Prince Rainier of Monaco? GRACE KELLY

5)  After seven which is the next highest prime number? ELEVEN

6)  Food and drink, what sort of cheese do the Italians traditionally grate on pasta dishes? PARMESAN

7)  Science, which famous scientist (1643 – 1727) discovered and formulated the law of gravity? ISACC NEWTON

8 )  Called a ‘Hood’ in America, what is this part of the car called in the UK? BONNET

9)  Sport, what was the boxer Mohammad Ali`s birth name? CASSIUS MARCELLUS CLAY

10)  History, the  Son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, which King was crowned on 9th August 1902.

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical and 1964 Film does the song ‘Wouldn't It Be Loverly’ come? MY FAIR LADY

12)  Which artist is responsible for the 1889 painting titled  `Self Portrait With Bandaged Ear`? VAN GOGH

13)  Literature, who wrote the best selling science book `A Brief History Of Time`? STEPHEN HAWKING

14)  Used with great success at the battles of Crecy, Poitiers and Agincourt, the English Longbow was made traditionally from which wood. YEW

15)  Film, who played eight different characters in the 1949 film  'Kind Hearts and Coronets'?

16)  TV, which comedian closed his show with the phrase 'May your God go with you'? DAVE ALLEN

17)  ‘The Final Countdown’ was a 1986 UK number one hit for which group? EUROPE

18)  Science, Fe is the symbol of which chemical element? IRON

19)  Classical music, which German composer’s Symphony No 6 is called the ‘Pastoral’? BACH

20)  History, the Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, which Queen was crowned on 15th January 1559.

21)  Food and drink, on a wine bottle, what is the ‘Punt’? THE NECK ?

22)  Geography, Lanzarote is part of which island group? CANARY ISLANDS

23)  Literature, which fictional character, created by Mary Shelley, had the first name of Viktor? FRANKENSTEIN

24)  How was the actress Norma Jean Baker better known? MARILYN MONROE

25)  ♪♫ Well, baby used to stay out all night long
             She made me cry, she done me wrong
             She hurt my eyes open, that's no lie
             Tables turn and now her turn to cry♪♫

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

NUMBERS BONUS QUESTIONS

ITS ALL OVER NOW THE ROLLING STONES

All the answers are numbers

BQ1)  How many degrees do the internal angles of a triangle add up to? 180

BQ2)  How many old pennies were there in a Guinea? 252

BQ3)  How many pieces of silver did Judas get for betraying Christ? 30

BQ4)  In  TV’s 'Countdown' how many letters are selected for the letters game 8

BQ5)  How many squares are there on a chess board? 64

STINKER)  In heraldry, what is meant by ‘Couchant’?

TRICKY)  For what achievement is Valentina Tereshkova famous? FIRST WOMAN IN SPACE
( DOING TODAY IN HISTORY COMES IN HANDY SOMTIMES RAY )


EVENING RAY , BACK FROM SUNNY BLACKPOOL SORRY TO BE A PAIN
AND DO THE QUIZ MONDAY NIGHT Embarassed
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on Mon May 20 2019, 16:54
@Gassey wrote:
@raymyjamie wrote:A very Good Friday evening to you lovely Rejects
It’s that time of week again
Get down here to the Rejects Bar.
Settle down with your favourite tipple
Let’s have a beltin’ bash.
NSG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

GOOD LUCK

WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19    

1)  Which Irish rock band had a 1973 hit with ‘Whiskey in the Jar’?    THIN LIZZIE WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

2)  Geography, what is the name of the 40 acre lake in the middle of Hyde Park?  SERPENTINE WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

3)  TV, running from 1993 to 2006, what was the name of the programme starring Robbie Coltrane as Police Psychologist Dr Edward ‘Fitz’ Fitzgerald?  CRACKER WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

4)  Film, which actress married Prince Rainier of Monaco?  GRACE KELLY WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

5)  After seven which is the next highest prime number?  ELEVEN WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

6)  Food and drink, what sort of cheese do the Italians traditionally grate on pasta dishes?   PARMESAN WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

7)  Science, which famous scientist (1643 – 1727) discovered and formulated the law of gravity?  ISACC NEWTON WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

8 )  Called a ‘Hood’ in America, what is this part of the car called in the UK?  BONNET WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

9)  Sport, what was the boxer Mohammad Ali`s birth name?   CASSIUS MARCELLUS CLAY WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

10)  History, the  Son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, which King was crowned on 9th August 1902.

11)  From what 1956 Broadway musical and 1964 Film does the song ‘Wouldn't It Be Loverly’ come?  MY FAIR LADY WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

12)  Which artist is responsible for the 1889 painting titled  `Self Portrait With Bandaged Ear`?   VAN GOGH WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

13)  Literature, who wrote the best selling science book `A Brief History Of Time`?  STEPHEN HAWKING WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

14)  Used with great success at the battles of Crecy, Poitiers and Agincourt, the English Longbow was made traditionally from which wood.   YEW WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

15)  Film, who played eight different characters in the 1949 film  'Kind Hearts and Coronets'?
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16)  TV, which comedian closed his show with the phrase 'May your God go with you'?  DAVE ALLEN WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

17)  ‘The Final Countdown’ was a 1986 UK number one hit for which group?  EUROPE WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

18)  Science, Fe is the symbol of which chemical element?  IRON WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

19)  Classical music, which German composer’s Symphony No 6 is called the ‘Pastoral’?   BACH

20)  History, the Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, which Queen was crowned on 15th January 1559.

21)  Food and drink, on a wine bottle, what is the ‘Punt’?   THE NECK  ?

22)  Geography, Lanzarote is part of which island group?  CANARY ISLANDS WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

23)  Literature, which fictional character, created by Mary Shelley, had the first name of Viktor?  FRANKENSTEIN WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

24)  How was the actress Norma Jean Baker better known?   MARILYN MONROE WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

25)  ♪♫ Well, baby used to stay out all night long
             She made me cry, she done me wrong
             She hurt my eyes open, that's no lie
             Tables turn and now her turn to cry♪♫

From what 1964 song are those the opening lines, and who sang it?
ITS ALL OVER NOW     THE ROLLING STONES WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300



NUMBERS BONUS QUESTIONS

All the answers are numbers

BQ1)  How many degrees do the internal angles of a triangle add up to?   180 WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

BQ2)  How many old pennies were there in a Guinea?  252 WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

BQ3)  How many pieces of silver did Judas get for betraying Christ?  30 WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

BQ4)  In  TV’s 'Countdown' how many letters are selected for the letters game   8

BQ5)  How many squares are there on a chess board?  64 WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300

STINKER)  In heraldry, what is meant by ‘Couchant’?

TRICKY)  For what achievement is Valentina Tereshkova famous?  FIRST WOMAN IN SPACE WR Friday Night Pub Quiz 17-5-19 - Page 2 154235300
  ( DOING TODAY IN HISTORY COMES IN HANDY SOMTIMES RAY )


EVENING RAY , BACK FROM SUNNY BLACKPOOL SORRY TO BE A PAIN
AND DO THE QUIZ MONDAY NIGHT Embarassed

No probs with holding the quiz over Gassey.

Hope you had a grand weekend and didn't sup too much LOL

A cracking round of quizzing from you, well done.
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on Mon May 20 2019, 17:23
a grand weekend Ray , i didnt realise it was the weekend
where all the championship rugby matches are played at
Bloomfield road so loads of rugby fans there , Leyth played
last night so loads of Leigh fans around the centre

I thought id visited every pub in Blackpool but found one
this weekend id never been in its called "the little black pug"
and they do constant northern soul , brilliant


Anyroads thanks for a cracking quiz and for holding
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on Mon May 20 2019, 17:25
Very well done to all the Friday, Saturday and Monday quizzers!!!!! LOL

Some cracking quizzing, well done.



WR Friday Night Pub Quiz Answers 17-5-19

1) Which Irish rock band had a 1973 hit with ‘Whiskey in the Jar’?
Thin Lizzy

2) Geography, what is the name of the 40 acre lake in the middle of Hyde Park? The Serpentine

3) TV, running from 1993 to 2006, what was the name of the programme starring Robbie Coltrane as Police Psychologist Dr Edward ‘Fitz’ Fitzgerald?
Cracker

4) Film, which actress married Prince Rainier of Monaco?
Grace Kelly

5) After seven which is the next highest prime number?
Eleven

6) Food and drink, what sort of cheese do the Italians traditionally grate on pasta dishes? Parmigiano-Reggiano / Parmesan

7) Science, which famous scientist (1643 – 1727) discovered and formulated the law of gravity?
Sir Isaac Newton

8 ) Called a ‘Hood’ in America, what is this part of the car called in the UK?
Bonnet

9) Sport, what was the boxer Mohammad Ali`s birth name?
Cassius Clay

10) History, the Son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, which King was crowned on 9th August 1902.
Edward VII

11) From what 1956 Broadway musical and 1964 Film does the song ‘Wouldn't It Be Loverly’ come?
My Fair Lady

12) Which artist is responsible for the 1889 painting titled `Self Portrait With Bandaged Ear`?
Vincent Van Gogh

13) Literature, who wrote the best selling science book `A Brief History Of Time`? Stephen Hawking

14) Used with great success at the battles of Crecy, Poitiers and Agincourt, the English Longbow was made traditionally from which wood.
Yew

15) Film, who played eight different characters in the 1949 film 'Kind Hearts and Coronets'?
Alec Guinness

16) TV, which comedian closed his show with the phrase 'May your God go with you'?
Dave Allen

17) ‘The Final Countdown’ was a 1986 UK number one hit for which group?
Europe

18) Science, Fe is the symbol of which chemical element?
Iron

19) Classical music, which German composer’s Symphony No 6 is called the ‘Pastoral’?
Ludwig van Beethoven

20) History, the Daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, which Queen was crowned on 15th January 1559.
Elizabeth I

21) Food and drink, on a wine bottle, what is the ‘Punt’?
The dimple on the bottom

22) Geography, Lanzarote is part of which island group?
Canaries

23) Literature, which fictional character, created by Mary Shelley, had the first name of Viktor?
Frankenstein

24) How was the actress Norma Jean Baker better known?
Marilyn Monroe

25) ♪♫ Well, baby used to stay out all night long
She made me cry, she done me wrong
She hurt my eyes open, that's no lie
Tables turn and now her turn to cry♪♫

From what 1964 song are those the opening lines, and who sang it?
It’s All Over Now / Rolling Stones

] NUMBERS BONUS QUESTIONS

All the answers are numbers

BQ1) How many degrees do the internal angles of a triangle add up to?
180

BQ2) How many old pennies were there in a Guinea?
252

BQ3) How many pieces of silver did Judas get for betraying Christ?
30

BQ4) In TV’s 'Countdown' how many letters are selected for the letters game
9

BQ5) How many squares are there on a chess board?
64

STINKER) In heraldry, what is meant by ‘Couchant’?
Crouching / lying down

TRICKY) For what achievement is Valentina Tereshkova famous?
The first woman in space
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on Mon May 20 2019, 17:27
Sounds like a great weekend Gassey, apart from the Leythers!!!! LOL Embarassed Laughing , only kiddin'.
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on Mon May 20 2019, 17:27
I used to go in here berore it was a resturant type pub
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on Mon May 20 2019, 17:35
was in there last night mache they've
done a good job of doing it up its called
thirteen bonny street now . but your right
they've taken the pub atmosphere out of
it making it an eaterie
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