• James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 16h
    There are 12 countries in the world that have fjords. How many can you guess? Entries limited to 12 guesses. Bear in mind that some countries may refer to fjords by a different name. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to 5AM tomorrow morning. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 5d
    Below is a list of 18 countries. Each country includes one of the three sports listed as being a national sport – AND one country includes two of the sports as national sports. All you have to do is to match each country to to its national sport (or sports) from the list. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to 5AM tomorrow morning. 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. Sports Rugby Cricket Baseball Countries Dominican Republic Antigua England Australia New Zealand Cuba Wales Grenada USA Bahamas Barbados Jamaica Papua New Guinea Madagascar India Venezuela Georgia Guyana
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 11d
    Just the occasional quiz now. Today, I'm looking for the names of the 10 most grown crops in the world. 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 5AM tomorrow morning. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 1mo
    Some more general knowledge questions. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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.What is the hardest material that is naturally-occurring on Earth? 2. What celebrity chef wrote the book Humble Pie? 3. Which two planets in our solar system have no moons? 4. What book was a predecessor to "The Lord of the Rings"? 5. What was Voldemort's birth name? 6. With what country did Germany sign the "Pact of Steel" in 1939? 7. Which U.S. state can be spelled without using any of the letters in "mackerel"? 8. Panais is the French word for which vegetable? 9. On what island would you find the city of Taormina? 10. What rock band has a name that is often abbreviated as GNR? 11. Who is the Roman goddess of love and beauty? 12. Who is the leader of the Autobots? 13. What religious document does a person have to memorize to become a "hafiz"? 14. The young of which animal are called hoglets? 15. What tree does latex usually come from? 16. What musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber debuted in the West End in 1993? 17. What metallic element, starting with C, is used to make blue pigments? 18. On which peninsula was Yugoslavia located? 19. What "secret" society has many different orders including the Scottish Rite and the York Rite? 20. Which ‘rose’ did Karl Denver take into the charts in 1961? 21. What kind of animal is a Wockia Chewbacca - mammal, bird, insect, mollusc or tape worm?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 1mo
    Your challenge today is to guess the names of the ten European capital cities that are closest to London (as the UK capital). Entries limited to 10 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Your challenge today is to guess the names of the ten highest paid actresses in 2023. Entries limited to 10 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Twenty questions the answers to which begin with AL. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 country in Europe 2. The Muslim name for God 3. The first U.S. state, alphabetically 4. An element of the Periodic Table 5. Has a capital city Edmonton 6. A Disney animated movie from the 1990s 7. Its bad luck for a sailor to kill one of these birds 8. The attempt to turn base metals into gold 9. State-owned news channel based in Qatar 10. Sequel to the movie "Alien" 11. American singer and songwriter who is a classically trained pianist 12. A capital city in Africa 13. Historical region of France which at times has belonged to Germany 14. Branch of mathematics improved by an 9th century Baghdad scholar named Al-Kwarizmi 15. Inconveniently, he lost a Presidential election by the thinnest of margins 16. Kelp and seaweed are not plants, they are ... 17. Actor who, at age 83, became a father again 18. An alter-ego; a pseudonym 19. Something with the chemical formula C2 H5 OH 20. California's top cash crop
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Your challenge today is to link the 10 birds to the collective noun that can be applied to them (accordingto RSPB website). Entries limited to 1 guess per bird. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. Avocets Bullfinches Crows Eagles Flamingos Geese Hens Kingfishers Owls Peacocks Bellowing Brood Colony Concentration Congress Flamboyence Murder Parliament Pride Skein
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Notsure if this may have already been posted but it's brilliant. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcVFtu-ZmmM
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Merry Christmas all 🎅. The following artists were top of the UK charts on Xmas in the 1960a and 70s. Can you guess the song however? 1960 Elvis Presley 1961 Frankie Vaughan 1962 Elvis Presley 1963 Beatles 1964 Beatles 1965 Beatles 1966 Tom Jones 1967 Beatles 1968 Scaffold 1969 Rolf Harris 1970 Dave Edmunds 1971 Benny Hill 1972 Little Jimmy Osmond 1973 Slade 1974 Mud 1975 Queen 1976 Johnny Mathis 1977 Wings 1978 Boney M 1979 Pink Floyd
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Today's challenge is to guess the names of the10 best-selling brands of jams, honey or spreads in the UK in 2021. This includes supermarket own label brands. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    A relatively easy one today. Each image in this post and in the following two comments contains 4 possible answers as to which beer brand originated from the country shown in the image. All you have to do is guess which of the 4 answers is the correct one. One answer per image which are numbered 1-10. 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 5AM tomorrow morning. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Some more general knowledge questions. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. What tourist destination is known as "Sin City"? 2. The Eastern border of Nigeria is against which other country? 3. Who is Darth Vader’s son? 4. Which famous artist had the middle names Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y ? 5. What beats 4 of a kind in poker? 6. Who was Robin Hood's second in command? 7. Which other two countries were allied to the UK in the Peninsular War of 1807–1814 against the French Empire? 8. Who had an affair with Queen Guinevere? 9. What actress is singer Keith Urban married to? 10. In the beer world, what does IPA stand for? 11. Chang and Eng were conjoined twins famous in the 1800s. What country were they born in? 12. In what alphabet would you find the letters Alef and Gimel? 13, In literature, how is Myrtle Elizabeth Warren better known? 14. What type of food was famously shared by Lady and the Tramp? 15. How is the actress born Caryn Elaine Johnson better known? 16. What is the name of the currency unit used by North and South Korea? 17. What is the plural of quantum? 18. Founded in Switzerland in 1735, Blancpain is the World’s oldest registered brand of what? 19. The Cupra is the sister brand to which other car brand? 20. What does the Spanish word "corazón" mean? 21. What kind of animal is a Linsang - mammal, bird, fish, reptile or amphibian?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Your challenge today is to list the 10 countries that are closest to Ecuador (any part of Ecuador including its islands) BUT who do not share a land border with it. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Brenda Lee tops the US top 100 65 years after the song was first recorded. There's a lovely video of her on the page: https://www.goldradiouk.com/news/music/brenda-lee-rockin-around-christmas-tree-chart/
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 2mo
    Your challenge today is to guess the name of the country which was first to achieve each of the feats listed below. To assist, the year of achievement is indicated. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to 5AM tomorrow. 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. Put a man on the moon 1969 2. Put a satellite into orbit 1957 3. Surpass 1 billion in population 1982 4. Build a steam-powered passenger railroad 1825 5. Circumnavigate the globe 1522 6. Host the modern Olympic Games 1896 7. Build a high speed rail system 1964 8. Control the entire Mediterranean Sea 44 9. Build a hot-air balloon 1783 10. Sail from Europe to India 1498 11. Win the FIFA World Cup 1930 12. Legalize gay marriage 2000 13. Build a structure taller than 100 meters high c. 2600 BC 14. Fire a rocket into space 1944 15. Perform a heart transplant 1967 16. Control a territory larger than modern-day Russia 1200s 17. Ban chewing gum 1992 18. Gain independence from the French colonial empire 1804 19. Have more than 1/3rd of the world population c. 500 BC 20. Adopt Christianity as a state religion 301
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Something a bit different. Twelve playdough figures representing famous people. How many can you guess? Label your guesses 1 to 12 T-B and L-R. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    A true or false quiz with a geographical flavour. How many can you get? Just answer true or false to each statement. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. Bolivia is landlocked 2. Most of Greenland is covered by an ice sheet 3. Indonesia is more populous than Vietnam 4. Bermuda is an independent country 5. The Penny Black was the world's first adhesive postage stamp used in a public postal system 6. The "s" in Cannes is silent 7. The border between Mexico and Texas is formed by the Rio Grande river 8. The highest mountain in the United States is in Colorado 9. Moscow is the most populous urban area whose name starts with the letter M 10. The White Cliffs of Dover are sometimes visible from France 11. Finland is part of NATO 12. Lagos is the capital of Nigeria 13. Hindi and Urdu are closely related languages 14. The United States exports more than it imports 15. Crimea is located on the Caspian Sea 16. It snows in Hawaii
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Your challenge today is to guess the exact full name of the following acronyms which represent professional qualifications. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to 5AM tomorrow. 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. FRGS 2. CA 3. FCIB 4. MRAeS 5. CEng 6. CMC 7. Cstat 8. FCIArb 9. MIBE 10. MRINA
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Some more general knowledge questions. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. What type of weapon does Thor carry? 2. What type of tree is closely associated with the country of Lebanon? 3. In the U.K., it's called Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day. What is it called in the U.S.? 4. What Bible character had the longest life span - 969 years? 5. How many Wimbledon singles titles did Steffi Graf win? 6. What alcoholic beverage is made from fermented honey? 7. What is the present title of Prince Edward, born on 9 October 1935? 8. What country has the most Shia Muslims? 9. What is the southernmost U.S. state? 10. Which South American country’s flag is shown below 11. In what country would you find Lake Baikal? 12. What gentle shark is the largest species of fish? 13. What shape of pasta is shown below? 14. What vocal range comes between tenor and a bass? 15. In Greek mythology, what did the primordial goddess Gaia personify? 16. Who is the only female instrumentalist to have a No. 1 hit in the UK? 17. Venustraphobia is the fear of what? 18. Swiftly, quickly and slowly are all examples of which type of word? 19. A U-Boat was what type of marine craft? 20. What style of hair did Bob Marley wear? 21. What kind of animal was the now extinct Aurochs - mammal, bird, fish, reptile or amphibian?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Your challenge today is to list the 10 UN member countries that are closest to Singapore. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Your challenge today is to guess the precise name of the honour to which the following acronyms apply . 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. KB DBE CBE OBE MBE BEM CH GCVO OM
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Your challenge today is to link the 10 stations listed below to the line on which they are situated. Each station is to be found on one of the lines shown and does not serve as an interchange with another line. Each of the stations is on a different line. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to 5AM tomorrow. 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. Stations Arnos Grove Pimlico Ravenscourt Park Marble Arch Bermondsey Harrow-on-the-Hill Marylebone Goodge Street Limehouse Abbey Wood Lines Bakerloo Central District DLR Elizabeth Jubilee Metropolitan Northern Piccadilly Victoria
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Some more general knowledge questions. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. How was Edward Teach better known? 2. What is the capital of Croatia? 3. What is the colour between blue and green on the visible spectrum of light? 4. What internet service popularized #hashtags? 5. What is the plural of radius? 6. What are the four US States which all meet at a right angle corner? All 4 needed for the point. 7. What novel introduced the phrase "Big Brother is Watching You"? 8. What is the purpose of the 3,488 mile fence surrounding Australia’s south-east? 9. Pakistan is one of the two countries with the highest population of people from the Pashtun ethnic group. What is the other country? 10. What is the term used in the USA for a stag night? 11. What does someone become when they are canonised? 12. How many white keys are found on a typical piano? 13. In what country would you find Mount Ararat? 14. What type of fish is sometimes caught by "noodling" - sticking one's hand into a hole and waiting for the fish to bite? 15. In what body of water is the Island of Elba situated? 16. What organ of the body stores blood, removes old blood cells, and filters iron? 17. What book by Michael Crichton was turned into the highest-grossing movie of 1993? 18. During their 40 years in the desert, what did the Israelites eat? 19. The Hoover Dam is built on which river? 20. What is a bandolier designed to hold?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Your challenge today is to list the 10 countries that are closest to Kenya (any part of Kenya including its islands) BUT who do not share a land border with it. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Each image in this post and in the following two comments contains 4 possible answers as to of which famous novel has the opening lines shown in the image. All you have to do is guess which of the 4 answers is the correct one. One answer per image which are numbered 1-10. 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 5AM tomorrow morning. 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 Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Everyone is familiar with Elvis' adaptation of O sole mio as It's now or never but did you know that there was an earlier successful adaptation entitled There's no tomorrow which was a hit in the US in 1949 for Tony Martin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3Qmg9vZFdo
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Your challenge today is to list the 10 countries that are closest to the USA (any part of the USA including its islands) BUT who do not share a land border with it. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Leaves Green - 3mo
    Does anyone know if the roadworks/improvements to Junction 1 M20/Junction 3 M25 have finished? Last time I drove that way on the A20 there was a long queue in the J1 slip road.
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Sixteen dingbats which give clues to the names of book or play titles. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. Label your guesses A1, B2 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 3mo
    Some more general knowledge questions. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. What makes bread rise? 2. What country do potoroos come from? 3. What is the biggest island in the United States? 4. What is the capital of Paraguay? 5. What is the branch of medicine or social science dealing with the health and care of old people? 6. What band recorded the studio album "The Dark Side of the Moon"? 7. What creature's irresistible calls was Odysseus able to safely hear by having himself lashed to the mast of his ship? 8. Who is next in line to assume the US Presidency after the President and Vice President? 9. Which sign of the zodiac applies to a person born on Xmas Day? 10. What is the largest lake in Africa by surface area? 11. Which US State has a union jack in its flag 12. Who starred in and directed the film ”The Rookie” in 1990"? 13. What book's sequels include "A Storm of Swords" and "A Dance With Dragons"? 14. What period came before the Jurassic? 15. What Otis Redding song was covered by Aretha Franklin and became her first UK hit in 1967? 16. What Marvel villain is known for being able to control metal? 17. What major city is near the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers? 18. What is the fax in fax machine short for? 19. What modern country contains most of the ancient region of Nubia? 20. What art movement did Jackson Pollock belong to? 21. What kind of animal is a Wobbegong- mammal, bird, fish, reptile or amphibian?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Each image in this post and in the following two comments contains 4 possible answers as to which type font is shown in the image. All you have to do is guess which of the 4 answers is the correct one. One answer per image which are numbered 1-10. 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 5AM tomorrow morning. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Your challenge today is to list the 10 countries that are closest to Italy (any part of Italy including its islands) BUT who do not share a land border with it. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Each of the below is a clue to a single word which begins with HE. The word I am looking for has the number of letters shown in brackets. How many can you guess? One guess per clue and you have to get the word I was looking for. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. Snails and slugs are examples of these (14) 2. First name of a popular Frankenstein monster (6) 3. Perennial plant which flowers in winter and early spring (9) 4. 1959 Buddy Holly hit (9) 5. Reputedly illegitimate son of Alexander the Great (8) 6. Horses, rabbits or pandas for example (10) 7. Coastal town on the Firth of Clyde (11) 8. The name for a method of ascending a slope by walking up it with skis pointing outwards (11) 9. First name of actress who plays Trixie in Call the Midwife (5) 10. Adjective meaning having or representing the sun as the centre of the solar system (12) 11. The study of the therapeutic use of plants (9) 12. Name of one of the largest species of beetle in the world (8) 13. Surname of actor who played Felix Leiter in Live and let die and Licence to kill (7) 14. Car model from the 60s famous for having its bonnet open away from the windscreen (6) 15. City that boasts the oldest university in all of Germany (10) 16. Patsy Cline hit from 1962 (10) 17. Novel about the life of a 5-year-old girl in the Swiss Alps (5) 18. Chemical element that appears 2nd in the periodic table (6) 19. A person who steers a ship or boat (8) 20. From this or that time on (10) 21. Strong, coarse fabric made from hemp or jute (7) 22. Mother rings about including the fish (7) – Herring 23. A young cow, especially one that has not yet given birth (6) 24. 1961 British adventure film set in South Africa and starring Richard Todd – The ??????? (8) 25. Inflammation of the liver (9)
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Some more general knowledge questions. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. What is the second most common language in the United States? 2. What is the body of water that separates Tasmania from the Australian mainland? 3. According to the Bible, in which modern day country was Moses born? 4. In which borough of NYC is Coney Island situated? 5. What model of cars are affectionately called "bugs"? 6. What word means the study and practice of making maps? 7. What do the letters ROYGBIV represent? 8. What is the name of Dorothy's dog in "The Wizard of Oz"? 9. What Greek god was considered to be the same as the Roman god Jupiter? 10. Name of a low-pitched early wind instrument which resembles a slithering snake? 11. What is the largest city in Arizona? 12. In which country is the city of Ghent? 13. Which type of animal is a Hellbender – mammal, bird, fish, reptile or amphibian? 14. What sport gave birth to slang terms such as "hang loose" and "tubular"? 15. Point-a-Rally and Out Line are terms used in which sport? 16. Who is "able to leap tall buildings in a single bound"? 17. What country has been led by Benazir Bhutto and Pervez Musharraf? 18. Who wrote the story on which the movie "The Shawshank Redemption" is based? 19. During what holiday is it traditional to eat Matzo? 20. Marron is the French word for which colour?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    There have been 8 leaders (not including acting or interim leaders) of the Lib Dems. Can you name them in order from the first (1) to the current (8)? One point for each correct name and an extra point if you have them in the correct place in the list. If you can’t think of all 8 leave some positions in the list blank.
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Guess the movie by the plot fault given in each clue. How many can you get? 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. It would take decades for a T-Rex to reach maturity 2. Kicks to the face were against the rules of the tournament 3. When the main character instantly doubles in size, his pants remain intact 4. Kevin can't be called because the phones are down - but he still orders pizza from Little Nero's 5. The Nazis were digging in the wrong place - why not just let them? 6. Why not use the eagles for transportation, rather than take an arduous journey on foot? 7. They rebuilt the second space station with the exact same design flaw as the first 8. Why didn't Hitler have any soldiers guarding the theater doors? 9. It's highly unlikely that the alien mothership would be compatible with Earth computers 10. The main character already wished to be a prince - why does he have to do it again? 11. How does the post-midnight feeding rule account for time zones? 12. The computers use humans as batteries - why not just use cows? 13. Flying around the Earth really fast does not make time go backwards 14. It would have been easier to train astronauts to drill than vice versa 15. If he died alone, how does anyone know his dying word was "rosebud"? 16. It would be impossible to go missing on a casino roof because casinos are blanketed with security cameras 17. The Hubble telescope and International Space Station have different orbits 18. It would take far more than 500 years for people to evolve gills 19. And a TV series – he had a bionic eye to read fast but not a bionic brain to store/understand it
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Your challenge today is to list the top 10 UK supermarkets brands (as shown below) in order as to when they were founded in or first established in the UK – from first (1) to last (10). One point for each one shown in its correct place. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. Sainsburys Waitrose Aldi Co-op Morrisons Iceland Lidl Marks & Spencer Tesco ASDA
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Stevie Wonder has had 11 singles which reached No. 5 or higher in the UK charts. How many can you guess? Entries limited to 11 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 5AM tomorrow. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Twenty clues to words or things that contain 'star' in their answer. How many can you guess? They get a bit harder as they go on. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. Global coffee chain 2. Movie series with Wookiees 3. Chas and Dave hit from 1981 4. Drummer for the Beatles 5. TV show with Klingons 6. It's on the flag of Israel 7. Marine creature often with five arms 8. The right side of a ship 9. Meteor 10. Nickname of Texas 11. The world's best restaurants have three of these 12. What video killed 13. Romeo and Juliet were this kind of lovers 14. Another name for Polaris 15. Ninja weapon also known as a shuriken 16. Star-shaped spice with a licorice taste 17. Extremely dense collapsed star made of subatomic particles 18. Blue gem that reflects light in the shape of a star 19. Another name for Sirius 20. Two stars that revolve around each other
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Ten more questions about food and drink – can you answer them all? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. ‘Manchego’ is a type of Spanish cheese made from the milk of which animal? 2. ‘Pho’ is a noodle soup that originates from which country? 3. A ‘T-bone’ steak has bone running along the top and the middle, with steaks either side of the bone. Which two cuts of steak would they be if served individually? (both needed) 4. Which Italian pasta-cooking term can be literally translated into English as ‘to the tooth’? 5. A common recipe for which traditional sauce would involve a mayonnaise base with added capers, gherkins, lemon juice and parsley or dill? 6. From what is the spice paprika produced? 7. What type of food is ‘kromeski’? 8. Which cocktail was the favourite drink of ‘The Dude’ in the 1998 film ‘The Big Lebowski’? 9. ‘Red Baron’, ‘Senshyu Yellow’ and ‘Vidalia’ are varieties of which vegetable? 10. Which type of tea has a distinctive smoky flavour due to its leaves being smoke-dried over pinewood fires?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Twenty clues to the name of a country. How many can you guess? Each answer is a different country. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. Contains the source of the Danube river 2. Sandwiched between Lithuania and Estonia 3. Turkey occupies the northern part of this island nation 4. Of this Arab nation's 9.9 million residents, 8.7 million are foreign workers 5. This three-word country had the world's fourth-lowest Human Development Index in 2022 6. Small country sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine 7. Smallest country in the Horn of Africa 8. Only country in South America with English as an official language 9. Dakar is its capital 10. Small country just north of Burundi 11. Successfully resisted Soviet invasion in 1940 12. This country in southwest Africa is known for its sand dunes 13. Nearly 25% of the world's ships are registered to this Latin 14. American country 14. Country that is nearest to the heel of Italy's "boot" 15. Oceanic country home to Bikini Atoll 16. Home to Gangkhar Puensum, the world's tallest unclimbed mountain with a height of 7570 meters 17. Shares its name with one of the African Great Lakes 18. In 1991, it suffered the largest deliberately-caused oil spill of all time 19. Its name is derived from the Portuguese for "Lioness Mountains" 20. This Northwest African country was the last in the world to legally abolish slavery, but 2% of its people remain enslaved
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Each of the 12 images in the 3 below contains a movie advert but the name of the movie has been replaced with the title of the book on which the story is based or derived. All you have to do is guess the name of each movie. One answer per image which should be numbered 1-12 L-R and T-B per image. 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 5AM tomorrow morning. 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 Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Each image in this post and in the following two comments contains 4 possible answers as to the breed of the dog shown in the image. All you have to do is guess which of the 4 answers is the correct one. Some may be moore challenging as the breed is not well known in the UK. One answer per image which are numbered 1-10. 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 5AM tomorrow morning. 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 Leaves Green - updated 5mo
    Today I put a post on my loop SuperFunGuy's Quizzes and it has an advert for Amazon at the end (nothing to do with me). I tried editing but it is not there to delete. Anyone experienced this kind of thing before?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 4mo
    Below are 15 statements as applied to the State of California – all you have to do is 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. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. California borders Utah 2. Clint Eastward once served as governor of the state 3. California produces more wine than any other U.S. state 4. San Francisco is further south than San Diego 5. The world's tallest tree can be found in California 6. California has the highest population of any U.S. state 7. The three most populous cities in California all start with "San" 8. California was once part of Mexico 9. California has more wealth inequality than most other U.S. states 10. The Church of Scientology is headquartered in California 11. The Rocky Mountains pass through California 12. The headquarters of Amazon are located in California 13. California hasn't voted for a Republican Presidential candidate since before WWII 14. California has the greatest agricultural output (by dollar value) of any state 15. Stanford is an Ivy League university
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 5mo
    Some more general knowledge questions. How many can you guess? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. Which language has these letters: Δ, Φ, Ω? 2. If a cat has 9 lives, how many lives do 99 cats have (in total)? 3. What is the name of the villain in the movie "The Little Mermaid"? 4. Who is the strolling minstrel who occasionally appears in tales of Robin Hood? 5. What country hosted the 1998 FIFA World Cup? 6. What Mexican city is cated approx. 10 miles South of San Diego? 7. What singer's hits include "When I Was Your Man" and "24K Magic"? 8. What is the smallest type of bird? (two word answer needed) 9. What type of animal is a Caracara - Mammal, Bird, Fish, Reptile or Amphibian? 10. What is Shirley Bassey’s middle name – Virginia, Veronica or Vera? 11. Of the three types of rock, which one is made from lava? 12. What is the celebratory carnival in France that leads up to the beginning of Lent and which translates as Fat Tuesday in English? 13. What company makes the Android operating system? 14. In what country would you find the source of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers? 15. What is the English translation of "Sinn Féin"? 16. What popular salad dressing tastes like the "secret sauce" on a Big Mac? 17. Which real-life person was Count Dracula supposedly based on? 18. What country was formerly known as Dahomey? 19. What island was the centre of Minoan civilization? 20. What is the name of the Welsh athlete who won a gold medal in Taekwondo at the London Olympics?
  • James C @SuperFunGuy Mod Leaves Green - updated 5mo
    Ten more questions about food and drink – can you answer them all? One guess per clue. 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 5AM tomorrow. 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. In which 2014 film does a character called Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin get recruited by an organisation, despite his being an unlikely candidate for the job? 2. In which Beatles song will you find the lines “I am the egg man, they are the egg men”? 3. Before they were renamed with the ‘Cadbury’ branding in 1971, under which name had ‘creme eggs’ been available previously? 4. Which bird lays the largest eggs? 5. In which year did Edwina Currie provoke outrage by suggesting that most of Britain’s eggs were infected by salmonella? 6. Who wrote a children’s book entitled ‘Green Eggs and Ham’? 7. Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying “An egg today is better than a ___ tomorrow”. Can you fill in the blank? 8. Virtually all Fabergé eggs were manufactured under the supervision of a famous jeweller (Peter Carl Fabergé also known as Karl Gustavovich Fabergé) but what was nationality was he​? 9. The following are the ingredients for which classic cocktail? • 2 fluid ounces rye whiskey • ½ fluid ounce sweet vermouth • 1 dash Angostura bitters • 1 cup ice cubes • 1 maraschino cherry 10. According to Guinness World Records, how tall (in metres) was the tallest chocolate Easter egg ever made (to the nearest metre)?

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