• Here you have to identify a five letter word that fits each of the statements. The big clue you have is that each one begins with the last letter of the previous one. Lots of easy ones but some more difficult. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. Boot-shaped country 2. Neighbour of Oman 3. River and country in Africa 4. Chain of hills or mountains 5. Major Ruhr Valley city 6. Israeli desert 7. Europe's longest river 8. Book of maps 9. Egyptian peninsula located in Asia 10. Religion that started in Saudi Arabia 11. Capital of Belarus 12. Spit-roasted meat of the Middle East 13. Waikiki or Ipanema, e.g. 14. Language of Bollywood films 15. Country called a subcontinent 16. First letter in the Hebrew alphabet 17. Head covering for Muslim women 18. Highest peak in the Alps, Mont _____ 19. Suez or Panama, e.g. 20. Biggest metro area in Africa 21. _____ Ste. Marie, City in Ontario 22. Yokohama's northern neighbour 23. Type of lake caused by a river changing course 24. Quay, pier, jetty 25. Deep, narrow, ocean inlet common in Norway 26. Triangle-shaped place where a river meets the sea 27. Bearded religious group of Pennsylvania 28. Half of Hispaniola
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 4 hours ago
    Can you guess who I was sketching here, pictured in her later years? Initials and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 14 hours ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is - pictured at age 73 a few years ago - from an eyes shot only? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 hours ago
    A West End theatre quiz today. How many of the top 10 longest running West End shows of all time can you name/guess at? The list (taken from Wiki) includes musicals and plays some still running (pre-Covid19). 10 guesses only per entry. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 1 day ago
    A big welcome to our latest new member John M @John
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 days ago
    Not a quiz but some of these are surprising 1. Cleopatra’s reign, 51-30BC, was closer to the present day than to the building of the Great Pyramid, c. 2560BC. 2. Horatia Nelson, the daughter of Lord Nelson who saw wooden ships defend Britain, could have met Winston Churchill, who led the country in a war in which nuclear bombs were used. 3. The siege of Mafeking in 1899 was closer to the year of my birth, 1946, than I am now. 4. Irene Triplett was still collecting her US Civil War widow’s pension last year. 5. Nintendo was founded the same year that Vincent Van Gogh painted The Starry Night: 1889. 6. Tyrannosaurus, 66-68m years ago, was closer to T Rex, the band, than to Stegosaurus, 150m years ago. 7. The Rolling Stones’ first single, “Come On”, 1963, was closer to Henry Campbell-Bannerman’s Liberal government, 1905-08, than to the present day. 8. The 1975 EEC referendum was closer to the end of the First World War than the 2016 EU referendum was to the end of the Second World War. 9. When the first Star Wars film came out in 1977, the French were still using the guillotine: the last execution was that year. 10. The Berlin Wall has been down for longer than it was up, 28 years from 1961 to 1989.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 21 hours ago
    There are just 15 elements in the Periodic Table that have 6 letters – how many can you name? Entries limited to 15 guesses. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. Feel free to change your mind on an answer you may have already given. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 20 hours ago
    Can you guess which type of animal is featured in this photo? Initial(s) and asterisks ony please and no internet etc use of course.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is pictured in the 1960s from an eyes shot only? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 1 day ago
    Today’s challenge is to identify the country that starts with each letter of the alphabet (except W and X) and which is nearest to the UK. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 5. E 6. F 7. G 8. H 9. I 10. J 11. K 12. L 13. M 14. N 15. O 16. P 17. Q 18. R 19. S 20. T 21. U 22. V 23. Y 24. Z
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 days ago
    I expect you're familiar with the statue entitled Manneken Pis which stands in Brussels. But can you guess how tall it is - in feet and inches? No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 3 days ago
    Can you guess which type of animal is featured in this photo? Initial(s) and asterisks ony please and no internet etc use of course.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 4 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is pictured in his late 70s? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 3 days ago
    Today, a different kind of challenge. You live in Maidstone and you are cycling to Carlisle in Cumbria for charity (very admirable of you all I must say ). Your task is to get there through the smallest number of counties. So, you have to list in order the counties you intend to pass through on your way. Each county must, of course, be adjacent to the previous one (i.e. you can pass from one to the other riding your bike or taking it on a ferry for example). Points scored will be for every county you identify until you name one that is not adjacent to the previous one. If you get to Carlisle successfully your score will then depend on how many counties you passed through in getting there. The fewer you took the higher your score would be. I hope that is clear and that you enjoy the challenge. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 4 days ago
    Here’s another (and the last I think) quiz which involves identifying the usual words used by Americans to denote the following words commonly used in England? No use of reference material or the internet, of course, to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. bank holiday 2. base rate 3. caravan 4. braces 5. bill 6. cooker 7. dinner jacket 8. draughts 9. drawing pin 10. dressing gown 11. earth wire 12. (to) fill in 13. fringe 14. garden 15. gear lever 16. indicator 17. lay (the table) 18. notice board 19. number plate 20. phone box 21. spanner 22. shop assistant 23. tap 24. taxi 25. (College) term 26. torch 27. undertaker 28. Charity shop
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 6 days ago
    Can you guess who I was sketching here? Initials and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 5 days ago
    The following are fairly common terms used in computing/electronics but do you know what they stand for? Each acronym is made from 3 words. One point for each correct word so maximum 42 points available. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. USB 2. LED 3. GUI 4. ISP 5. CPU 6. HtML 7. RAM 8. ROM 9. LAN 10. VDU 11. LCD 12. IRC 13. PDF 14. SSD
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 6 days ago
    There are 8 English counties that do not have a motorway passing through them at all. How many can you name? 8 guesses only - and I am not including the City of London. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 7 days ago
    Can you guess which type of animal is featured in this photo? Initial(s) and asterisks ony please and no internet etc use of course.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 8 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from this photo taken as a child? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 7 days ago
    New South Wales is home to nearly a third of Australia's more than 25 million people, Can you guess what percentage of the population of New South Wales lives in an area extended around Sydney. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 7 days ago
    There are 24 UN Member States whose usual short-form name has only 5 letters in it. How many can you name? No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 5 days ago
    I'm thinking of changing to a hybrid car and wondered if anyone has one? If so, would you recommend one or have you found any unforeseen issues - and am I likely to lose boot space due to the need to house both a combustion engine and bigger battery. Any comments would be helpful.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 8 days ago
    Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia and the largest religious monument in the world by land area, with its site measuring 402 acres. But can you guess in which Century it was built? No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 9 days ago
    How's your knowledge of Charles Dickens' novels? The following are all descriptions of main characters from Charles Dickens’ novels. How many of the characters can you name? Where relevant, you get a point for the full name and half a point for only forename or surname. Some fairly easy but others more difficult I suspect. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. Feel free to change your mind on an answer you may have already given. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. Boy who is the central character of "Great Expectations" 2. Bob Cratchit's youngest son in "A Christmas Carol" 3. Street smart pickpocket and prominent member of Fagin's gang in "Oliver Twist" (1 point for nickname and 1 point for actual name) 4. Guardian of Estella at Satis House and eternal Bride in "Great Expectations" 5. Born in a Debtor's Prison, her family fortune is lost in a banking scam 6. Thief and murderer of Nancy in "Oliver Twist" 7. Scheming clerk to Mr Wickfield, the main villain in "David Copperfield" 8. Secret benefactor of 1 above and Estella's father in "Great Expectations" 9. Constantly in debt, childhood landlord of David Copperfield 10. Wicked Schoolmaster of Dotheboy's Hall in "Nicholas Nickleby" 11. Sickly boy who escapes from Dotheboy's Hall with Nicholas Nickleby 12. Adoptive Aunt of David Copperfield, who suffers from paranoia of donkeys 13. Redemptive lawyer, the main character in "A Tale of Two Cities" 14. Retired Mill Owner who runs a school in the fictional Coketown in "Hard Times" 15. Manservant and advisor of Mr Pickwick 16. Main antagonist of "A Tale of Two Cities", a female revolutionary out for revenge
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 9 days ago
    Today a simple ‘True or False’ quiz concerning facts about Germany. Have a best guess if you don’t know – just put True or False against the fact. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. Feel free to change your mind on an answer you may have already given. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. There are parts of the Autobahn that have no defined speed limit 2. Holocaust denial is a crime in Germany 3. Dresden was located in the former West Germany 4. The spiked helmet worn by German soldiers in WW1 is called a Pickelhaube 5. Prussia is one of the current states of Germany 6. Turks are the largest ethnic group in Germany, other than German 7. Part of Germany borders the Baltic Sea 8. The current government of Germany, following reunification in 1990, is known as the "Fifth Reich" 9. Germany is larger than France by land area 10. Franz Kafka was German 11. Germany borders Liechtenstein 12. The highest mountain in Germany is only a little more than 1000 meters high 13. The headquarters of Adidas and Puma are both located in Germany 14. The east part of the country is less densely populated than the west 15. Otto von Bismarck was one of the German emperors
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 10 days ago
    Can you guess which type of animal is featured in this photo? Initial(s) and asterisks ony please and no internet etc use of course.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 11 days ago
    Can you guess who I was sketching here? Initials and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 10 days ago
    The challenge today is name the 12 road bridges between Tower Bridge and Hammersmith Bridge in order. I have placed a rail bridge to help get your bearings. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. Tower Bridge 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Grosvenor Bridge (the railway bridge that goes to Victoria) 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Hammersmith Bridge
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 11 days ago
    I've just come across this photo - not seen or heard of these before but they're ancient and about 8 feet tall. Can you guess in which country they were found and their purpose? No internet use of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 12 days ago
    As you all know, I've been posting 'top' entries from PM quizzes. It's not easy judging which entries to include or to omit in the interests of not deterring people from entering lots of guesses or of sparing their blushes. So, can I ask each of you to PM me to say whether you would be happy for me to post all your entries or would prefer me to omit low scoring ones at my discretion as at present. I'm not looking to find a majority view - I would apply your preference to you individually. Many thanks.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 11 days ago
    Today’s quiz features another bag of big UK hit record song titles (1950s to present day) where I have used antonyms to give the opposite meaning. You simply have to identify the song title! And it has the be the one I’m thinking of. Some easy but some more difficult. No internet use of course to ensure fair play and good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. Loudly loudly 2. There goes winter 3. It’s just starting 4. Many runs in the white clearing 5. Let go 6. Your savoury commoner 7. Unexceptional awkwardness 8. Sit away from your woman 9. High up 10. Downtown boy 11. Careful shout 12. Stand still away from me 13. Ken boy 14. Start of the pavement 15. You’d do nothing for hate
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 11 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from this photo taken as a child? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 12 days ago
    This is the Burj Khalifa in Dubai which is both the tallest building and the tallest fre-standign structure in the World. But how tall is it? Guesses in feet by Private Message and I'll post the result tomorrow. No use of internet of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 13 days ago
    Can you guess which type of animal is featured in this photo? Initial(s) and asterisks ony please and no internet etc use of course.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 12 days ago
    The Pizza Express website states that you can add extra ingredients for £1.95 each. It then lists 11 types of ingredient (12 ingredients in all but two are varieties of the same type). So the challenge for you is to guess what the 11 ingredients are – I am only expecting one-word answers for each ingredient. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 14 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from this photo taken as a child? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 13 days ago
    Everyone knows of the Great Wall of China but how long is it? Guesses in miles by PM and I'll post the result tomorrow. No use of internet of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 13 days ago
    Below is a list of the 16 ranks in the British Royal Navy above that of Able Seaman in random order. Your task is to put them into order starting with the lowest rank and ending with the highest. One point for every rank you place in its correct position. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. Petty Officer Midshipman Admiral Warrant Officer 1 Lieutenant-Commander Vice-Admiral Leading Hand Sub-Lieutenant Warrant Officer 2 Lieutenant Admiral of the Fleet Commander Captain Chief Petty Officer Rear-Admiral . Commodore
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 14 days ago
    Can you guess the height of the faces on Mount Rushmore in feet? That is, the height from bottom of chin to top of head. We'll see who gets nearest. Answers preferably by PM please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 15 days ago
    Can you guess which type of animal is featured in this photo? Initial(s) and asterisks ony please and no internet etc use of course.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 14 days ago
    There are 10 UK post code areas in the UK which are represented by or begin with C. Can you name the area post codes and the city or town from which each is derived? Number of guesses limited to 10 codes and 10 cities/towns. So 20 points maximum available. No use of reference material or the internet to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. Feel free to change your mind on an answer you may have already given. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 16 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from this photo taken as a child? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 15 days ago
    Today’s quiz involves guessing which of each of these pairs of things is the biggest.. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. Earth or Mars 2. Africa or South America 3. The Old Testament or the New Testament, by length 4. The heaviest human ever or the heaviest pumpkin ever 5. The annual budget of the French government or the annual revenue of Google. 6. The number of people on Earth or the number of trees 7. An atom of Nitrogen or an atom of Uranium 8. The tallest building or the tallest tree 9. A gigabyte or a terabyte 10. The population of Arizona or the population of Estonia 11. Buckingham Palace or the White House, by number of bedrooms 12. A violin or a viola 13. A chromosome or a gene 14. Your pancreas or your pituitary gland 15. A division or a regiment
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 16 days ago
    The challenge today is guess the top 10 wine producing countries as of 2019 (according to the Statistica website). Maximum 10 guesses per entry. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 17 days ago
    Can you guess which type of animal is featured in this photo? Initial(s) and asterisks ony please and no internet etc use of course.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 14 days ago
    Here's another sketch that I've just started and that I hope you'll probably recognise fairly easily when it's completed. Can you guess who I am sketching here before I put up the completed version? Initials and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 18 days ago
    Can you guess who I was sketching here? This may be an easy one Initials and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 17 days ago
    A music-based quiz today especially for those who remember the swinging sixties. During the 60s decade there were 31 UK No 1 hits that were recorded by artists who originated from Liverpool. How many of the hits and the artists can you name – 62 points available in total. You have some clues : 1. Only five were recorded by solo singers. 2. 16 of them were in the years of Mersey Mania – 63-64. 3. 17 of them were by the same artist(s). Many will be easy but some more difficult. No internet use of course to ensure fair play and good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 19 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess the name of this structure or the city in which it is located? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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