Sleuth Home - Message Boards - Message Board Game Room

0 0
Daily Pub Quiz
  <<First Page  |  <Previous Next>  |  Last Page>>  


Jan-4-2005 18:37

See if there is interest for this.

1. Each day I will post 10 questions, at random times of the day.
2. Each Quiz runs exactly 24 hours.
3. The first person that has all 10 questions right, wins. Or if no one has all questions right, the best one wins.
4. You can only post answers ONCE for the same quiz.
5. No cash involved. Just glory. :)



Mar-9-2005 13:28

The missing answers are:
7) The do not disturb sign is removed
11) Peter Pascoe.
14) A walking stick and a bag full of chalk.
20) People from Newcastle


Mar-9-2005 13:29

Oh and 15 is wrong. It translates in English to Sacred Hearts and is a Parisian Cathedral.


Mar-9-2005 14:45

Thanks Marylou and lauraandgabriel!!!!

I am back from holiday, but it will take me a couple of days to get back in to swing. So feel free to post some more.

Oh, Delvin is from Singapore.


Mar-11-2005 02:27

Oh well, it is a daily pub quiz so james lee is the winner for that day.


Mar-11-2005 07:36

Chancing that jstkdn still needs a few more days to recuperate, here's one before the weekend ;)
(I do apologize if there should be any doubles)

1) Who has been credited for introducing skiing to the Swiss?

2) Who is the most portrayed fictional character in TV and film?

3) Which is the world's longest running play?

4) What is the name of the first fictional detective?

5) Who was the first woman to have a detective novel published?

6) Some say this is the first British detective novel?

The finishing touches:
7) Which fictional detective can you find in St. Mary Mead?

8) Which fictional detective's name is shared by a theatre?

9) This can be considered the perfect murder mystery because the author died before completing it?

And one for the road:
10) Complete the quote: "Elementary, my dear..."?


Mar-13-2005 14:54

1. Fort Jackson is located in which state?
2. The world of coca cola can be found in which city?
3. The mall of America can be found in which state?
4. Sugar loaf mountain can be found in which country?
5. The Van Gogh museum is located in which city?
6. The statue of David, by Michaelangelo can be found in which italian city?
7. Cu chi tunnels can be found in which country?
8. What type of market is frequently visited by tourists staying in Bangkok?
9. The Iguacu Falls are located in which country?
10. Is the city of Brussels located North or South of the city of Antwerp?


Mar-14-2005 12:23

Ooh ooh Greyling.
I only know one answer, I think it is mousetrap for the longest running play. At least I think it is in London.

Give it a few more days Greyling, because people tend to not do the pub quizes over the weekend.

I unfortunately posted mine, before I saw yours.
So no one can play mine, until yours is finished!


Mar-14-2005 14:08

*lol* - it's okay, I wasn't getting anxious or anything :D

But we can give it a few more days if you like although it may ruin your chances of running off with the trophy now that you're in the lead with 1 correct answer ;D


Mar-15-2005 08:48

2. sherlock holmes
3. jstkdn answered this one "the mousetrap"
4.C Auguste Dupin too sure)
7.miss marple
8. ???
9."The Mystery of Edwin Drood"

great quiz Greyling!!! i'm very interested in what the right answers are.


Mar-15-2005 14:53

Glad you enjoyed it, dragonfly, and happy to pronounce you the winner with your 8 correct answers :)

And to unveil the remaining ones:
1) None other than Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
8) Drury Lane - although named after the street, not the theatre

Okay, back to you, jstkdn ;)

  <<First Page  |  <Previous Next>  |  Last Page>>  

[ You must login to reply ]