• How many five or six letter words ending in “ugh” can you name for one point each? Provided a word can be found in an English dictionary from a Google search it will count. Proper Nouns, words that begin with a capital letter, hyphenated words, acronyms and slang words only found in Urban Dictionaries are not allowed. Words in a foreign language will count if usually listed in English dictionaries. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. Oh and as a guide I have found at least 12 fairly common words. 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.
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 hours ago
    Without using the internet etc, can you guess who I was sketching here? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE don't give clues until later in the day to give everyone a chance.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 12 hours ago
    Here’s a poser. What is the only insect that is wholly domesticated and cannot survive outside of human care?
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 hours ago
    Below is a list of 20 characters featured in cartoons. Your challenge is to identify the comic, TV series or movie/movie series in which each appears. You may need to enlist the help of your children/grandchildren on some😊. 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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. Scar 2. Smee 3. Jafar 4. Ursula 5. Cruella de Vil 6. Sheldon J. Plankton 7. Shredder 8. Bluto 9. Magneto 10. Wile E. Coyote 11. Gargamel 12. Megatron 13. Mr Freeze 14. Dr. Claw 15. Skeletor 16. Maleficent 17. Boris & Natasha 18. Sideshow Bob 19. Dr. Octopus 20. Jessie
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  • Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from a photo taken when still a child? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE no clues until later in the day.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 19 hours ago
    I hope you'll have fun with this one. Below is a list, in random order, of 12 various things. Your challenge is to place them in order starting with the heaviest and ending with the lightest. 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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. The average weight of an adult male lion A Land Rover Discovery Heaviest ever recorded great white shark A Harley Davidson Road King 55” Samsung TV with stand A cubic meter of concrete 10 gallons of water The heaviest woman ever to have lived A shot put The heaviest domestic dog ever recorded (a St Bernard) A standard gold bar A cubic meter of coffee beans
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 days ago
    Here's a shot from a well-known movie. Can you guess what has been removed from it? No use of the internet etc of course to ensure fair play.
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  • The challenge today is to name the last 12 persons who have served as British Foreign Secretary. I’m not looking for them to be in order. 12 guesses only allowed 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 3 days ago
    Here's a shot from a well-known movie. Can you guess what has been removed from it? No use of the internet etc of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 2 days ago
    How many five letter words ending in “int” can you name for one point each? Provided a word can be found in an English dictionary from a Google search it will count. Words that begin with a capital letter and hyphenated words or words containing apostrophes are not allowed. Words in a foreign language will count if usually listed in English dictionaries. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. As a guide, I have found at least 12 fairly common words. 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
    Without using the internet etc, can you guess who I was sketching here? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE don't give clues until later in the day to give everyone a chance.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 3 days ago
    Each of the following statements apply to only one European country. How many can you name correctly? For these purposes, Cyprus and Kazakstan are assumed to be in Asia and not Europe. 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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. starts with the letter E Estonia 2. has more than 100 million people Russia 3. has roads with no speed limits Germany 4. has territory on the African mainland Spain 5. is entirely surrounded by the Mediterranean Malta 6. borders both the Mediterranean and North Sea France 7. doesn't have mosquitos Iceland 8. has one billionaire per 10,000 citizens Monaco 9. uses the Złoty as its currency Poland 10. is doubly landlocked Liechtenstein 11. has an orange stripe on its flag Ireland 12. has a capital whose name starts with K Ukraine 13. has the death penalty Belarus 14. has an average elevation above 1,500m Andorra 15. has a trillion dollar sovereign wealth fund Norway 16. is ruled by a seven-person council Switzerland 17. doesn't have an "A" or "E" in its name Kosovo 18. is an absolute monarchy Vatican City 19. gets 40% of its power from wind Denmark 20. has two unconnected land areas which both border the Adriatic Croatia
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 5 days ago
    Here's a famous shot from a movie - may be an easy one. Can you guess what has been removed from it? No use of the internet etc of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 4 days ago
    Below is a list of 15 fictional detectives who have been portrayed in TV series or in movie franchises. Your challenge is to identify the name of the TV series or film franchise in which they appear and the actor or actress who starred in that part. In some cases there have been more than one actor or actress playing the part – in which case, you get a point for naming either or any one of them. So, 30 points maximum 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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. Detective Sergeant (later Detective Inspector) John Bacchus 2. Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby 3. Detective Sergeant Ronnie Brooks 4. Detective Inspector (later Detective Chief Inspector) Frank Burnside 5. Inspector Harry Callahan 6. Detective Sergeant George Carter 7. Detective Chief Inspector Roisin Connor 8. Detective Inspector Henry Crabbe 9. Detective Inspector Andy Crawford 10. Detective Sergeant James "Sonny" Crockett 11. Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Dalziel 12. Lieutenant Frank Drebin 13. Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus 14. Detective Inspector Christopher Foyle 15. Detective Sergeant Joe Friday
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 6 days ago
    Do you know or can you guess what this monument is called and where it is located? . No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 5 days ago
    Today’s challenge is to identify the 10 most abundant elements found in the average human body. Entries limited to 10 guesses in any order. 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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
    This one may be a bit more difficult. Here's a shot from Breakfast at Tiffany's. Can you guess what has been removed from it? No use of the internet etc of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 6 days ago
    I’m trying this word quiz a bit differently. How many six letter words ending in “ort” can you name for one point each? Provided a word can be found in an English dictionary from a Google search it will count. Words that begin with a capital letter and hyphenated words are not allowed. Words in a foreign language will count if usually listed in English dictionaries. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. Oh and as a guide I have found at least 13 fairly common words. 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
    Below are the familiar names of 8 famous people and, in random order, their middle name(s). Your task is to link the correct middle name to the familiar 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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. Familiar names 1. Roy Orbison 2. Elvis Presley 3. Quincy Jones 4. Elton John 5. Richard Gere 6. Ben Affleck 7. Mel Gibson 8. Michael Douglas Middle names Columcille Gerard Hercules Kelton Kirk Geza Tiffany Delight Aaron
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 7 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, can you guess who I was sketching here? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE don't give clues until later in the day to give everyone a chance.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 9 days ago
    Here's a fairly well known shot from a film. Can you guess what has been removed from it? No use of the internet etc of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 8 days ago
    Below are the names of 3 well-known English cities. Your challenge today is to identify which county you would first enter if you travelled due South, North, West or East. One point for each correct answer - maximum possibe 12. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. To avoid confusion as to what constitutes a county for this purpose I have included a list below. 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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. Winchester Hampshire S N W E Cambridge Cambridgeshire S N W E Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire S N W E List of English counties Berkshire Bristol Buckinghamshire Cambridgeshire Cheshire City of London Cornwall Cumbria Derbyshire Devon Dorset Durham East Riding of Yorkshire East Sussex Essex Gloucestershire Greater London Greater Manchester Hampshire Herefordshire Hertfordshire Isle of Wight Kent Lancashire Leicestershire Lincolnshire Merseyside Norfolk North Yorkshire Northamptonshire Northumberland Nottinghamshire Oxfordshire Rutland Shropshire Somerset South Yorkshire Staffordshire Suffolk Surrey Tyne and Wear Warwickshire West Midlands West Sussex West Yorkshire Wiltshire Worcestershire
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 9 days ago
    There have been six actresses who have played Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple on British or American films or TV. How many can you name? Entries limited to 6 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. 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 10 days ago
    I believe that there are only 15 six letter words in common usage that end in “ard”. How many can you name for one point each? Entries limited to 15 guesses. If your guesses include one or more valid words not in common usage you get half a point for each one. If you name a valid word that is not on my list but which I agree to be in common usage it will count for one point. Words that begin with a capital letter and hyphenated words are not allowed. Words in a foreign language will count if well-known or commonly used in the UK – such as glace or disco. Quizmaster’s prerogative to determine whether or not a word is commonly used etc. 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 12 days ago
    Here's one courtesy of Ray. Do you know or can you guess the purpose of the object (which is sitting on a metal frame)?
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 11 days ago
    Anyone ever play Scrabble perhaps? If so, you may do well on this one. Your challenge is to guess the number value of each of the 26 letter tiles. One point for each letter to which you assign the correct number. 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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 13 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, can you guess who I was sketching here? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE don't give clues until later in the day to give everyone a chance.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 12 days ago
    The River Thames flows through or alongside 9 English counties. How many can you name? Entries limited to 9 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. 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 15 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from a photo taken when clearly in disguise? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE no clues until later in the day.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 14 days ago
    Below is a list of 10 British TV sitcoms. Your challenge today is to arrange them in the order in which they were first shown on British TV starting with the oldest. 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 (but you can still make changes up until midnight). 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. Steptoe and son Dad’s Army Only fools and horses Fresh Fields Some mothers do ‘ave ‘em Blackadder Not going out ‘allo ‘allo Till death us do part Fawlty Towers
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 15 days ago
    I believe that there are only 11 six letter words in common usage that end in “ert”. How many can you name for one point each? Entries limited to 11 guesses. If your guesses include one or more valid words not in common usage you get half a point for each one. If you name a valid word that is not on my list but which I agree to be in common usage it will count for one point. Words that begin with a capital letter and hyphenated words are not allowed. Words in a foreign language will count if commonly used – such as glace or disco. 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 18 days ago
    Here's a fairly well known shot from a film. Can you guess what has been removed from it? No use of the internet etc of course to ensure fair play.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 17 days ago
    Below is a list of the top 10 European countries by area set out in random order. Your challenge today is to put them into the correct order starting with the largest. One point for each country placed in the correct position and an extra point if you can guess in which position the UK is placed. 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. Germany France Finland Ukraine Sweden Poland Italy Russia Spain Norway
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 19 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, can you guess who I was sketching here? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE don't give clues until later in the day to give everyone a chance.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 18 days ago
    Today a simple true or false quiz based on things Australian. There are 15 statements and you just have to guess whether each is true or false. 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. Australia used to have an eigtht territory called Central Territory True Central Australia was a territory of Australia that existed from 1927 to 1931 2. Wombats have have squarish poo True 3. Australia has had two female Prime Ministers False Julia Gillard became prime minister in 2010. She stayed in office for three years. But is the only female to hold the office 4. Australia has a significant number of feral camels True There are several hundred thousand of them, despite frequent cullings 5. Australia did not become an independent nation until the twentieth century True It became independent in 1901 6. More than 20% of people living in Australia were born in a different country True As of 2019, about 30% of Australians were born abroad, the highest rate of any country with a population over 10 million 7. There are 9 stars on the Australian Flag False There are six 8. It is illegal to eat kangaroo meat in Australia False It is legal, and apparently considered somewhat of a delicacy 9. Australia and New Guinea are the only places in the world where marsupials are native animals False Marsupials (possums) are found in America 10. Adelaide is the third largest Australian city after Sydney and Melbourne False Adelaide is fifth largest behind Perth and Brisbane 11. Most Australians live in urban areas True 86% of Australians live in urban areas 12. Australia has a Dingo Fence which is more than 2,000 km long True At 5,614 kilometres in length, it is nearly as long as the Great Wall of China See here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingo_Fence 13. Australia has the lowest population density in the world False Australia is the third least densely-populated country after Mongolia and Namibia 14. In 1981, Sir Reginald Clark became the first person to swim from Australia to New Zealand False Swimming from Australia to New Zealand is almost certainly impossible for human beings 15. Hundreds of people die every year in Australia from snake bites False Despite having many of the world's most venomous snakes, on average only about 1 or 2 people die per year
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 20 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from a photo taken when he was much younger? Initial(s) and asterisks only and PLEASE no clues until later in the day.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 19 days ago
    There are 24 London Underground Stations that begin with the letter B. How many can you name? This does not include stations on the DLR or London Overground lines. 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 21 days ago
    Your challenge today is to guess the 14 ingredients in Delia Smith’s Thai fish cakes recipe. This is the ingredients in both the fish cakes and the dipping sauce – besides fish itself. I’m just looking for single word answers (e.g. tomato rather than plum or cherry tomato). For three of the ingredients a one word answer is not really appropriate so here are the second words – you just need the first word that completes the ingredient: - Juice - Sauce - Paste Entries limited to 14 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. 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 21 days ago
    Do you know or can you guess the purpose of this object?
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 21 days ago
    I believe that there are only 11 five letter words in common usage that end in “ist”. How many can you name for one point each? Entries limited to 11 guesses. If your guesses include one or more valid words not in common usage you get half a point for each one. If you name a valid word that is not on my list but which I agree to be in common usage it will count for one point. Words that begin with a capital letter and hyphenated words are not allowed. Words in a foreign language will count if commonly used – such as glace or disco. 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 22 days ago
    Your challenge today is to name the last 15 leaders of the Labour Party – NOT including people who were only acting leaders during the selection process for a new leader. The list goes back to 1932. Any order will do but 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. 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 23 days ago
    Do you know or can you guess the purpose of this object?
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 23 days ago
    In Olympic-style amateur boxing there are 10 weight divisions for men. These are set out below in random order. Can you put them into the correct order starting with the lowest. One point for each weight you place in its correct position. 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. Bantamweight Welterweight Light flyweight Super heavyweight Light heavyweight Middleweight Flyweight Light welterweight Heavyweight Lightweight
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 24 days ago
    Can you guess who I was sketching here? I'm not sure it quite comes off but it seemed like a bit of a challenge. Initials and asterisks only and please no clues until later in the day so as not to spoil it for others. Thanks.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 25 days ago
    Do you know or can you guess what this is? No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 24 days ago
    I believe that there are only 17 six letter words in common usage that end in “ice”. How many can you name for one point each? Entries limited to 17 guesses. If your guesses include one or more valid words not in common usage you get half a point for each one. If you name a valid word that is not on my list but which I agree to be in common usage it will count for one point. 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 26 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess where this is? I suspect this will be an easy one - has anyone ever been there? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 25 days ago
    How well do you know the real names of recording artists? Can you identify the more familiar name used by those in the list? A number of them may be deduced from their real names – others not. No internet use of course. 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. Farrokh Bulsara 2. Georgios Yorgos Panayiotou 3. George Ivan Morrison 4. Eric Hilliard Nelson 5. Michael Anthony Orlando Cassivitis 6. Raymond Edward O'Sullivan 7. John Michael Osbourne 8. James Marcus Smith 9. Prince Rogers Nelson 10. William Robinson 11. John Joseph Lydon 12. Robert Louis Ridarelli 13. Gerald Hugh Sayer 14. Melanie Janine Brown 15. Thomas Hicks 16. Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner 17. Peter Halston Thorkelson 18. Gaynor Hopkins 19. Frank Castelluccio 20. Vincent Craddock 21. Robert Thomas Velline 22. William Perks 23. Virginia Wynette Pugh 24. Reginald Smith
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 27 days ago
    Without using the internet etc, do you know or can you guess who this is from a mouth and nose shot only? Initial(s) and asterisks only please.
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  • James C @SuperFunGuy Bromley updated 26 days ago
    How's your knowledge of islands around the world? The following list is of the largest cities on a particular island. Can you name the island in each case? Some are easy but some perhaps not so. Some of the islands are the name of the country - others not. No internet use permitted of course 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. Nassau 2. Dublin 3. Jakarta 4. Tokyo 5. Nuuk 6. Kingston 7. Sapporo 8. Santo Domingo 9. Auckland 10. Honolulu 11. Havana 12. Palma 13. Charlottetown 14. San Juan 15. Christchurch 16. Taipei 17. Reykjavik 18. Palermo 19. Nicosia 20. Heraklion 21. Cagliari 22. Antananarivo 23. Hamilton 24. Port Moresby 25. Funchal
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