SuperFunGuy's Quizzes

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    • Roman numerals Quiz

      An easy one today (if you know your Roman numerals that is😎). Place the 5 Roman numerals given below in order from highest to lowest. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      X

      C

      D

      L

      M

    • Obfuscated song titles quiz (Edited)

      Today’s quiz involves identifying 10 song titles from the obfuscated descriptions given. All you need is just the correct song title to get the point – so you wouldn’t always need to be familiar with the song to guess its title. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. The chronological instances in which a pigeon expresses lacrimal fluid

      2. In all future states I will express amorous emotions directed at you

      3. Greetings upon entering a densely forested area with a high temperature and
      an annual precipitation of at least 250 centimeters

      4. Complete occultation of the primary organ of the circulatory system

      5. Fermented fruit of the genus Vitus that reflects light in the wavelengths
      between 620 and 740 nanometers

      6. Ambulate in the method employed by a person of the northeast of the African continent

      7. Ending my biological functions at a low decibel level with his melodious
      intonations

      8. Lunar object of a malevolent nature in ascendence

      9. Precipitation in the penultimate month of the year

      10. Existing on a supplication to a celestial diety

    • TV characters quiz

      Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Beginning with N quiz

      Today’s quiz involves 10 clues to persons, things or events that begin with N. Most but not all answers are one word. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Province that joined Canada in 1949

      2. Native American tribe employed as "code talkers" during WWII

      3. Most famous Egyptian queen, besides Cleopatra

      4. Massachusetts whaling island

      5. Chinese city whose name means "Southern Capital"

      6. Place created by J M Barrie

      7. Largest city in the southern U.S. prior to the Civil War

      8. Family that has dominated Indian politics since independence

      9. Country that once dominated the spice trade

      10. Historical region of northern Sudan

    • Car Brand Logos Quiz

      Below are images of 4 Car Brand Logos. How many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • 2000s quiz

      The answers to the clues given below all relate to events or people from the period 2000 - 2009. How many can you answer correctly? One guess per clue. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Which famous religious leader died on 2 April 2005?

      2. What was the name of the conflict which began in 2003 in western Sudan?

      3. What caused much destruction in Texas and Florida in 2005?

      4. Which top pop star died on 25 June 2009?

      5. Which extremely popular online social media/sharing service first opened on a limited basis in May 2005?

      6. Who was Team GB's gold-winning heptathlete at the Sydney 2000 Olympics?

      7. Which major British star famously played Glastonbury for the last time in 2000?

      8. In which year did HM Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Golden Jubilee?

      9. In which year did the military invasion of Iraq take place?

      10. Who became Prime Minister in 2007?

    • Pop/rock band/artist quiz

      Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.

      Warning- may bea difficult one I fear😎

    • Find the longest word quiz C - W

      Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with W. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck

    • Words which end in ‘X’ quiz

      The 10 clues below all relate to a single word that ends in X. How many can you name? No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Natural rubber product

      2. One of three divisions of an insect body

      3. Shape of a spiral staircase or strand of DNA

      4. Outer layer of the cerebrum

      5. Conforming to traditional religious doctrine

      6. Where two lines meet in a polygon

      7. Has the head of a man and the body of a lion

      8. Human organ with no known function

      9. Suitable for either gender

      10. Bony structure at the bottom of the spine

    • Seven letter words ending in “AIN” quiz (Edited)

      I have found 17 words seven letters long ending in “ain” that might be reasonably likely to arise in ordinary conversation/discussion or in writing etc. Your challenge is to name as many of the 17 words as you can for one point each. I am aware that there are a number of valid words and you can list as many as you like - but only ones in my list of 17 of the commonest will count. Proper nouns/words that begin with a capital letter and hyphenated words or words containing apostrophes or slang words are not allowed. Foreign words will count provided they are in common use in English language. It would be a great help to me in checking entries if you can list your words in alphabetical order. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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    • TV characters quiz

      Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Countries which end in ‘land’ quiz

      There are 7 countries which are UN Member States and whose ordinary name ends in ‘land’. How many can you name? No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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    • Pop/rock band/artist quiz

      Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.

    • National animals quiz

      Today’s challenge is to name the National animal of each country listed below. In some cases, the country has a National animal as well as a National mammal, bird, reptile etc. In those cases, I have indicated which you need to get. One answer is a mythical creature. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Australia (national animal)

      2. Australia (national bird)

      3. Canada

      4. Chile (national bird)

      5. England

      6. France

      7. India (national animal)

      8. India (national bird)

      9. India (national reptile)

      10. Japan (national fish)

      11. Indonesia

      12. Italy

      13. New Zealand

      14. Russia

      15. Saudi Arabia

      16.Scotland

      17. South Africa

      18. Thailand

      19. United States (national animal)

      20. United States (national mammal)

    • Alliterative names quiz

      Below are clues to the names of 11 people (some real, some fictional) whose first and second names start with the same letter. How many can you guess? One point each for their first and second names. If there should be more than one possible answer you have to get the one I had in mind. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1
      She once stood over a subway grate wearing a billowy white dress

      2
      Character whose name is the title of a Charles Dickens novel

      3
      Lead singer of Black Sabbath

      4
      Spiderman's alter-ego

      5
      Teacher who got body-snatched by Voldemort

      6
      Canadian actor who starred as Deadpool and Van Wilder

      7
      Director of "Schindler's List"

      8
      American R singer best remembered for "Why Can't We Live Together"

      9
      Famous for playing Ethel Mertz in long-running US sitcom

      10
      Scottish patriot portrayed in the movie "Braveheart"

      11
      He got sent off in the World Cup finals for headbutting

    • Brand Logos Quiz

      Below are images of 4 more Brand Logos. How many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Most populated cities quiz

      Below are 7 questions relating to the most populated cities in the world as of 2022. How many can you guess? No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      What is the most populated city:

      1. in the world that is not a capital city?

      2. in Asia?

      3. in South America?

      4. in North/Central America?

      5. in Africa?

      6. in Europe?

      7. in Australasia/Oceania?

    • FAMOUS PEOPLE WHOSE FIRST NAME BEGINS WITH O QUIZ

      The following list gives clues to the names of 10 famous people whose first name begins with O. How many can you identify – both first names and surnames required for 2 points. One point for getting only one or the other. You have to get the person I was thinking of although most have only one possible answer. One guess per question allowed. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1
      Star of The Third Man

      2
      Sang Long Live Love and Sam

      3
      Lead singer of Black Sabbath

      4
      South African athlete now in prison

      5
      Secret identity of The Green Arrow

      6
      Died in plane crash in 1967 near Madison, Wisconsin

      7
      Austro-Hungarian-born theatre and film director

      8
      British actress who first came to prominence in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (1968)

      9
      Minister of State for Government Policy in first David Cameron cabinet

      10
      British/American actress born in Japan in 1916 and made a DBE

    • Battle Dates Quiz

      Your challenge today is to place the 5 battles listed below in order as to when they took place – oldest first. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      Stamford Hill

      Gettysburg

      Waterloo

      Agincourt

      Trafalgar

    • Alliterative names quiz

      Below are clues to the names of 12 people (inc. one cartoon character) whose first and second names start with the same letter. How many can you guess? One point each for their first and second names. If there should be more than one possible answer you have to get the one I had in mind. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1
      Red-headed actress from "Leap Year" and "Enchanted"

      2
      Swede who won Wimbledon five years in a row: 1976–1980

      3
      Silent film star with a moustache, hat, and cane

      4
      Cartoon uncle of Huey, Dewey, and Louie

      5
      Charlie Sheen's brother who starred in "The Mighty Ducks"

      6
      Generalissimo who ruled Spain from 1936–1975

      7
      Disgraced pop star

      8
      Escape artist who died after being punched in the stomach

      9
      The Russian equivalent of "John Doe"

      10
      Irish author whose works were once banned for obscenity

      11
      Alter-ego of Santa Claus

      12
      Superman's arch-nemesis

    • TV characters quiz

      Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Find the longest word quiz C - U

      Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with U. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck

    • Pop/rock band/artist quiz

      Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.

    • 1960s quiz

      The answers to the clues given below all relate to events or people from the 1960s. How many can you answer correctly? One guess per clue. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. In which year was Prince Edward born?

      2. How many goals did England score in all the World Cup finals matches in 1966?

      3. Which TV programme had the largest worldwide TV audience in the 1960s?

      4. Who had an instrumental hit with a tune named for the birth of Prince Andrew?

      5. In the song featured in "A Taste of Honey" The Big Ship Sails on the Alley-Alley-O - on what date does it sail?

      6. What was the name of Mao's effort to purge traditional elements from Chinese society?

      7. What capital city in central Europe had a "spring" that was crushed by Soviet tanks?

      8. Who directed the BBC 1966 drama Cathy Come Home?

      9. What country had massive student and worker protests in May of 1968?

      10. Who was the first person to go into space?

      11. Which country won the most gold medals at the 1964 Olympics in Rome?

      12, What medical procedure was performed for the first time by Christian Barnard?

    • Brand Logos Quiz

      Below are images of 4 more Brand Logos. How many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • General knowledge – Answers begin with G

      The answer to each clue below consists of a single word beginning with G - how many can you get? Some easy, others less so. One guess per clue. I believe there should only be one valid answer to each clue but, if not, you have to get the word of which I was thinking. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Second biggest city in Sweden

      2. Royal Observatory location

      3. U.S. territory in the Pacific

      4. Nepalese soldier

      5. Elephant-headed Hindu god

      6. Left, to a Frenchman

      7. Part of a chromosome

      8. Also known as the Woodchuck

      9. Clay monster of Jewish lore

      10. Secret police of Nazi Germany

      11. Type of sugar that fuels the brain

      12. Something to mind on the London Underground

      13. Chant that had a significant impact on the development of medieval music

      14. On Hoagy Carmichael’s mind in 1930

      15. Long-necked gazelle

    • Guess the country quiz

      Below are images of scenes from 4 South American countries - can you guess which countries they are? One guess for each image. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Which 20th century decade quiz

      Today’s challenge is to guess the 20th century decade in which the following events took place. For the avoidance of doubt with answering, '1900s' would mean 1900-1909, '1910s' mean 1910-1919, and so on. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      In which decade of the 20th Century did/was:

      1. The first animal make an orbital spaceflight around the Earth

      2. Steffi Graf win her first Wimbledon title

      3. Margaret Thatcher became an MP

      4. Bangladesh became independent

      5. The Police had their first top 40 hit in the UK

      6. The Scottish Parliament established

      7. Yellow lines first appear on roads in England

      8. Marilyn Monroe born

      9. The Lusitania sink

      10. Spanish Flu spread to the UK

      11. Pablo Picasso die

      12. General Franco became ruler of Spain

      13. The Duke of Kent born

      14. Willard Libby developed radiocarbon dating

      15. Laurel and Hardy’s last live stage appearance in the UK

    • TV characters quiz

      Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Keanu Reeves movies quiz

      Your challenge today is to place the 5 Keanu Reeves movies listed below in order as to when they were first released – oldest first. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      The Matrix

      Constantine

      John Wick

      Speed

      Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

    • Pop/rock band/artist quiz

      Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.

    • Find the longest word quiz C - T

      Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with T. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck

    • General knowledge – Answers begin with E (Edited)

      The answer to each clue below consists of a single word beginning with E - how many can you get? Some easy, others less so. One guess per clue. Most clues have only one valid answer but, if not, you have to get the word of which I was thinking. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.

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      1. Thinking only of oneself, without regard for the feelings or desires of others

      2. A feeling of great happiness or well-being

      3. A fertilized egg before it becomes a fetus

      4. Wooden stand that holds an artist's canvas

      5. Cigarette brand re-launched in 1962 as a rebranding of Strand

      6. African country whose capital city is Mbabane

      7. Method of removing individual hairs from the face or body

      8. Tree whose leaves are eaten by koalas

      9. The profession of spying

      10. Heaviest type of fencing sword used in competition

      11. The action of going out or leaving a place

      12. Gripping melancholy caused by boredom

    • Brand Logos Quiz

      Below are images of 4 more Brand Logos. How many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Guess the city quiz

      Below are images of scenes from 4 well-known cities - can you guess which cities they are? One guess for each image. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck (

    • Who recorded it first quiz

      Below is a list of UK hits that were previously recorded by someone else (sometimes as UK hit and sometimes not). You have to name the artist who originally recorded the song. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Too young – Donny Osmond

      2. Love is all around – Wet Wet Wet

      3. Bye bye baby – Bay City Rollers

      4. Walkin’ in the rain – The Walker Brothers

      5. Dizzy – Vic Reeves and the Wonder Stuff

      6. Mary’s Boy Child – Boney M

      7. Spirit in the sky – Dr and the Medics

      8. This old house – Shakin’ Stevens

      9. I got you babe – UB40

      10. Handbags and Gladrags – The Stereophonics

    • 1960s quiz

      The answers to the clues given below all relate to events or people from the 1960s. How many can you answer correctly? One guess per clue. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.

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      1. In which year was Dr Who first shown on BBC?

      2. Which British group had No 1 hits with each of their first 3 singles?

      3. In which year did the Labour Government implement a policy to compel all secondary schools in Britain to convert to the comprehensive system?

      4. Which famous aeroplane made its maiden flight in 1969?

      5. Which Prime Minister resigned due to ill health in 1963?

      6. What was the name of the oil tanker that caused a major environmental disaster when wrecked near Cornwall in 1967?

      7. The investiture of which famous person took place in July 1969?

      8. Which lady won the most singles championships at Wimbledon in the 1960s?

      9. Who did Jackie Kennedy marry in 1968?

      10. Who is generally believed to have shot and killed Robert Kennedy in 1968?

    • TV characters quiz

      Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Pop/rock band/artist quiz

      Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.

    • Beginning with N quiz

      Today’s quiz involves 12 clues to persons, things or events that begin with N. Most but not all answers are one word. Some easy, others more difficult. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Well known make of Brandy

      2. May be found on the table at posh dinner parties

      3. Mollusc in image below – also name of a famous submarine

      4. King of Chaldea who captured and destroyed Jerusalem and exiled the Israelites to Babylonia

      5. Major Italian city founded as a Greek colony

      6. Tsar overthrown in 1917

      7. Roman emperor and lyre enthusiast

      8. A dispenser often used to relieve breathing difficulties

      9. The river that forms a boundary between Ontario and New York State

      10. Viking group that settled in France and conquered England

      11. A face veil covering the lower part of the face (up to the eyes)

      12. Someone able to perform complex and lengthy calculations

    • Find the longest word quiz C - S

      Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with S (EXCLUDING plurals). One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck

    • WWII quiz

      Below are 4 images from WWII. Can you guess who or what is being featured in each image? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Which American country quiz

      Each of the following 10 statements apply only to one country in North, Central or South America. Can you guess which country for each clue? One guess per clue. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      The only country that ...

      1. has two official capitals

      2. has a capital that starts with A

      3. uses the Quetzal as its currency

      4. uses Dutch as an official language

      5. has a per-capita GDP under $2,000

      6. has greater oil reserves than Saudi Arabia

      7. was invaded by the U.S. in the early 1980s

      8. is entirely south of the Tropic of Capricorn

      9. was the birthplace of a pope

      10. had more than 3.5 annual tourists for every resident in 2018

    • How long is it quiz

      Your challenge today is to place the 5 things listed below in order as to how long they are – longest first. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      Black Hawk Helicopter Blade

      Index finger of the Statue of Liberty

      Average Wingspan of a Wandering Albatross

      Bob Beamon’s long jump record set in 1968

      Olympic Swimming Pool

    • TV characters quiz

      Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck

    • Families quiz

      Today’s quiz involves identifying the family name from the Christian names of those of its members as are shown below – most real families but some fictional. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Walter, John, Angelica

      2. LaVerne, Maxene, Patty

      3. Wendy, John, Michael

      4. Theodore, Franklin, Eleanor

      5. Gianni, Donatella, Allegra

      6. Julio, Enrique, Chabeli

      7. Joy, Babs, Teddy

      8. Justin, Pierre, Sophie

      9. John, Joan, Ann

      10. William, Daniel, Stephen, Alec

      11. Sigmund, Anna, Lucian

      12. Bob, Ziggy, Damian

      13. Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy

    • Famous classical composers quiz

      Below are the first name(s) of 9 well known classical composers. Your challenge is to guess the surname that goes with them. One guess per clue. I believe there will only be one answer to each clue but if not you have to get the composer I had in mind. This is, I think, a fair bit harder than the earlier one so you may have to guess a bit😎. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Wolfgang Amadeus

      2. Sergei Sergeyevich

      3. Sergei Vasilyevich

      4. Gioachino

      5. Robert

      6. Johann

      7. Igor

      8. Pyotr Ilyich

      9. Giuseppe

    • Name the person quiz

      Below are 4 images of fairly well known people. How many can you name/guess? One guess for each image. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.

    • General knowledge – Answers begin with E

      The answer to each clue below consists of a single word beginning with E - how many can you get? Some easy, others less so. One guess per clue. I believe there should only be one valid answer to each clue but, if not, you have to get the word of which I was thinking. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.


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      1. Related to horses

      2. Study of insects

      3. Outer layer of skin

      4. Snails as food

      5. American term for main course

      6. A widespread disease

      7. Funeral speech

      8. Good manners

      9. Mass migration

      10. Very articulate and persuasive

      11. Title originally applied to the apprentice, or squire, of a knight

      12. Monotreme

      13. Complex/intricate

      14. Mexican City in Baja California

      15. English King who took the throne in 978AD

    • Pop/rock band/artist quiz

      Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.

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