Daily Pub Quiz
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. :)
Lady Emerald Devon
1. Australia and New Zealand
2. Mexico, Kiribati and
3. NZ/Aust/West Indies/India/Pakistan and Sri Lanka
6. a)Hondruas City
7. a) False
9. A dictionary
10. Swedes, Swedish Meatballs and the Swedish Massage
1. sweden and norway?
3. England, Ireland, India, Sri lanka, south afrika, Australia
5. flying corvid and sitting corvid
c)Riad? Riyad? well you know what i mean
7. a) true
8.Women can become prime ministers??! i bet the dutch parliament doesnt know! we only have queens..
9. it was the name of a viking, mr Bluetooth who did something nice in the past i guess
10. the celcius temperature scale by mr celcius, dynamite by mr Nobel (or was he norwegian?!) and..... IKEA!! by mr I.K. (dont remember the full name)
1. Australia, Canada, ...Sweden
2. Mexico, Russia-used to with the 2 head bird, ...and no idea
3. Sir Lanka, India, china, Afganastan, Kuwait, and Norway
4. In a dance?
5. Magpie, woodpecker??
7. True or false?
b) true, why not
8. canada?? Susie
10. Name three inventions by Swedish people.
Swedish fish, swedish chocolate, and swedish coo-coo clocks
1. Australia, Canada, Sweden and Norway are all acceptable answers.
2. Examples include Zimbabwe, Mexico, Egypt, and Albania.
3. India, Pakistan, England, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka... the list goes on.
4. The words describe various parts of knives.
5. Magpies, Jackdaws, Rooks and Jays are all corvids.
6. a) Amman, b) Sri Jayewardenepura (or Kotte), c) Riyadh
7. a) False, they burn at around 800C. b) True. c) True. d) False!
8. Sri Lanka, in 1960. (Her name was Sirimavo Bandaranaike)
9. Harald Blåtand (Harold Bluetooth in English), who was king of Norway and Denmark about 1000 years ago.
10. Some examples: The modern day zipper, the blowtorch, the Celsius or centigrade temperature scale, the dynamite, the ball bearing, the pacemaker, ship's propeller, the safety match, Tetra Paks, the pipe wrench and the adjustable spanner.
And the winner by quite a margin is Dionne. Congrats!
Lady Emerald Devon
Would like to state that NZ woman are allowed to serve on submarines, as are gays, transexuals and rastas.
1. In which hand does the Statue of Liberty hold her torch?
2. What was the name of the second baseman in Abbott and Costello's "Who's on First?"
3. What is Snuffleupagus' first name?
(HINT: It rhymes with 'delicious' and starts with an 'A'.)
4. What does the acronym "MASH" stand for? (the TV show)
5. What part of a cat does "catgut" come from?
And now for some Sleuth trivia
6. What agency offered 1 week tours?
7. Who currently holds the highest score in Sleuth?
8. What is the name of the Newest Featured Mystery, where is it located and who wrote it? (yes, you can find this out without traveling)
9. After a recent game server outage, how many days did Ben add to the subscriptions?
10. Name 3 agencies with more than 3 Directors. (It can not be one you are currently a member of)
BONUS: If you pay Larry the Toe $500 to go see Lucy, can you find her after you start another case?
4. mobile army surgical hospital
5. not from a cat. catgut is sheep intestines.
8. "Red Queen", London, Michael Bagen
10. eye spy, overdogs, sirens
8 by the proliferate Michael Bagen... Red Queen (london)
Give a yelp
Just around the corner
2) TRUE ;)
Lady Emerald Devon
2. David Seaman
4. Mobile Army Service Hospital or something
5. It doesn't... it's from a fish.
8. The Red Queen -John Hale
10. Mojos. TATKADD. Sirens.