• Below are the first name(s) of 9 well known classical composers. Your challenge is to guess the surname that goes with them. One guess per clue. I believe there will only be one answer to each clue but if not you have to get the composer I had in mind. This is, I think, a fair bit harder than the earlier one so you may have to guess a bit😎. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. 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. Wolfgang Amadeus 2. Sergei Sergeyevich 3. Sergei Vasilyevich 4. Gioachino 5. Robert 6. Johann 7. Igor 8. Pyotr Ilyich 9. Giuseppe
  • Below are 4 images of fairly well known people. How many can you name/guess? One guess for each image. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • The answer to each clue below consists of a single word beginning with E - how many can you get? Some easy, others less so. One guess per clue. I believe there should only be one valid answer to each clue but, if not, you have to get the word of which I was thinking. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. 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. Related to horses 2. Study of insects 3. Outer layer of skin 4. Snails as food 5. American term for main course 6. A widespread disease 7. Funeral speech 8. Good manners 9. Mass migration 10. Very articulate and persuasive 11. Title originally applied to the apprentice, or squire, of a knight 12. Monotreme 13. Complex/intricate 14. Mexican City in Baja California 15. English King who took the throne in 978AD
  • Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • Your challenge today is to place the 5 cities listed below in order as to when they last hosted the summer Olympic Games – most recent first. 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. Sydney Paris Los Angeles Athens Atlanta
  • Below are images of 4 more British Birds. This is a hard one but if you're brave enough to have a go how many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. NB: One word answers only needed. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Today’s quiz involves guessing whether or not the pairs of things or people refer to the same or a different thing or person. Just answer same or different. 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. New York City and Newark 2. Dwayne Johnson and The Rock 3. Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee 4. Dubai and Abu Dhabi 5. Lamb and Baby Sheep 6. Buddha and the Dalai Lama 7. Uluru and Ayers Rock 8. Yellow River and Huang He 9. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea and North Korea 10. Mary Magdalene and Mary, mother of Jesus 11. Cassius Clay and Muhammad Ali 12. Pony and Baby Horse 13. Dead Sea and Sea of Galilee 14. Chennai and Madras 15. Cougar and Puma 16. Donkey and Ass 17. The Pharos of Alexandria and The Great Library of Alexandria 18. John the Baptist and John the Apostle 19. Guangzhou and Canton 20. Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque 21. Collar Bone and Scapula 22. Dhaka and Dacca
  • Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with R. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck
  • The answers to the clues given below all relate to events or people from the 1960s. How many can you answer correctly? One guess per clue. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. 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. Who was assassinated in Memphis in 1968? 2. Which team played in three FA Cup Finals in the 1960s and lost each one 3. What type of hat was famously worn by Che Guevara? 4. After the Beatles, which British group had most UK No 1 chart hits? 5. What pesticide was criticized by the book "Silent Spring"? 6. Who said "We're more popular than Jesus now"? 7. What gang provided security for the Rolling Stones at the Altamont Free Concert? 8. What artist's studio was called "The Factory"? 9. What famous "swinging" street in London was subsequently pedestrianised in 1973? 10. Which female politician became Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection in 1974?
  • Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • Today’s quiz involves identifying the family name from the Christian names of its members as shown – mostly real families but some fictional. 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. Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, Michael 2. Vito, Michael, Fredo 3. Emily, Charlotte, Anne 4. Lily, James, Harry 5. Luke, Leia, Anakin 6. Will, Jada, Jaden 7. Paul, Linda, Stella 8. Barry, Robin, Maurice, Andy 9. Jong-il, Il-Sung, Jong-un 10. Bernie, Denise, Linda, Coleen, Maureen 11. Beau, Jeff, Lloyd 12. Harry, Albert, Sam, Jack
  • Below are clues to 17 things whose name derives from a region, city or town etc. Your challenge is to guess the name of the region, city or town etc. 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. Ground beef sandwich - German city 2. Two-piece swimsuit - Atoll in the Marshall Islands 3. Health club - Belgian town 4. Unconventional and artistic - Czech region 5. Men's formal wear - Village in New York state 6. Paper used in certain envelopes - Philippines city 7. Cylindrical red hat - Moroccan city 8. Rhyming poem with bawdy verse and a 9-9-6-6-9 cadence - Irish city 9. Porcelain - Country 10. To kidnap a person for service on a ship - Chinese city 11. Long race - Greek town 12. Cushioned Storage box or Footstool - Former Asian empire 13. Extinct human species - German valley 14. Type of mustard - French city 15. A place that is the centre of an activity or interest - Saudi Arabian city 16. Yellow bird - Spanish island chain 17. Fragrance - Germany city
  • Below are images of 4 National Flags which feature red, white and blue. Can you guess the country whose flags they are? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Today’s quiz involves identifying 15 well known sayings from the obfuscated descriptions given. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to midnight tonight. If possible, please wait until you've completed all the guesses you want to make to avoid too many PMs and to make my job easier. So no hurry and it doesn't matter when you submit the answers because I'll be judging them solely on who has the most correct - and in the event of two or more being level it will be a tie. I hope this is clear and good luck. Tomorrow I’ll post the names of the top entries. 1. A canine is the optimum compatriot of a male homo sapien 2. A culinary vessel with a human observer will never attain a temperature greater than 100 degrees Celsius 3. Sanguine fluid has a higher viscosity than dihydrogen monoxide 4. The profundity of comeliness does not extend beyond the dermal layer 5. Excessive briskness causes an unnecessary expenditure of resources 6. A dyad is necessary to perform an Argentinian dance 7. Reprisal is a cuisine whose optimal temperature is frigid 8. Vocalization has meagre monetary value 9. Those who are morally pure expire prior to becoming geriatric 10. The writing utensil is more potent than the cutlass 11. Nosh, quaff, and be jocund 12. There does not exist repose for those who are villainous 13. The domicile has the same location as the cardiac organ 14. Don't scrutinize the oral cavity of a complimentary equine 15. All atmospheric condensation has an argent layer
  • Below are images of 4 TV personal;ities. Can you guess their names and the or a main programme in which they have made regular appearances? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the programme. Two points for the full name of the persdonality and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Below are images of 4 more Brand Logos. How many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Following on from Lonicera's recent post about objects that were once commonplace in offices etc, I wondered if anyone has any interesting or amusing stories to tell about initiation tricks and suchlike - usually played on young newcomers to work. I suspect the practice died out long ago and wouldn't be tolerated these days but some of you might have experienced it in the 1950s/60s. In the drawing office I remember apprentices being told to go to the stores and get a glass hammer to tap in drawing pins - or to go to the basement and find a file that didn't exist.
  • Your challenge today is to place the 5 things listed below in order as to how many there are – highest number first. 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. How many: Conservative Prime Ministers who served in the 20th Century Movies in the Nightmare on Elm Street series Babies in the average litter of an opossum Lines in a sonnet Acres in a square kilometre
  • Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with P. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck
  • Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • The following list gives clues to the names of 11 famous people whose first name begins with O. How many can you identify – both first names and surnames required for 2 points. One point for getting only one or the other. You have to get the person I was thinking of although most have only one possible answer. One guess per question allowed. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. 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 Media personality born in Mississippi in 1954 2 Perhaps he grew up in central Florida (cryptic)? 3 Irish poet/playwright born in 1854 4 Won Oscar for Moonstruck 5 One of brothers famous for air-related inventions 6 Chancellor of the German Empire (1871-1890) 7 Norwegian who was recently manager of Man Utd 8 One half of most famous comedy duo from Hollywood’s early days 9 British politician who became head of the British Union of Fascists 10 Persian mathematician and philosopher born in 1048 11 Founding and last surviving original member of the Temptations
  • Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the character and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Each of the following 10 statements apply to only one country in North, Central or South America. Can you guess which country it is for each clue? 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. Which American country: 1. Is 4,300 km long, but only 200 km wide 2. Has won five FIFA World Cups 3. Is bisected by a canal 4. Starts with J 5. Ends in U 6. Does not use the metric system 7. Shares a border with Haiti 8. Has a maple leaf on its flag 9. Is communist 10. Uses Cryptocurrency as legal tender
  • Below are 4 images of flowers/plants. How many can you name? One guess for each image. One word answers only required. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with O. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck
  • There are just 5 countries whose usual short-form name ends in L. Can you guess who they are? Five 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 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.
  • Below are 4 images of fairly well known people. How many can you name/guess? One guess for each image. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • Below are 12 films that won multiple oscars. The most successful four of these won 10 or 11 oscars. Your challenge is to name those four. Four guesses only per entry. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. Good luck. REMEMBER - NO POSTS instead you PM me with your guesses any time up to 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. Slumdog Millionaire Titanic Gone With The Wind West Side Story From Here to Eternity The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Gigi The English Patient Amadeus Gandhi On the Waterfront Ben-Hur
  • Below are 4 shots featuring types of animal. The first is, of course, an elephant. Your challenge is to guess which of the other animals shown is most closely related to the elephant. One guess per entry. Label your answer using either 2, 3 or 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5AM tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Below are 12 well known pop/rock groups. Can you guess how many members each had when they first found national fame? One guess per group. 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. The Eagles 2. Pink Floyd 3. Cream 4. The Sex Pistols 5. U2 6. Moody Blues 7. The Stylistics 8. Frankie Valli and the 4 Seasons 9. Sweet 10. The Animals 11. Slade 12. The Kinks
  • Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with N. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck
  • The answer to each clue below consists of a single word beginning with G - how many can you get? Some easy, others less so. One guess per clue. 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. Way to get around in Venice 2. Manchester City manager 3. He traveled to Lilliput 4. English country house that hosts an annual opera festival 5. Lieutenant from ‘Allo’Allo 6. Prominent leader and medicine man in the Apache people. 7. Name of a defunct English and Irish silver coin worth four pence 8. Traditional Japanese hostess or courtesan 9. One of the top movies from 1990 10. Philistine who was 6 cubits tall 11. Province on the north-west corner of Spain 12. Has the body of a lion, and the head and wings of an eagle
  • Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the charcter and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Your challenge today is to place the 5 countries listed below in order as to the average life expectancy of their citizens - longest first. 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. Netherlands Bolivia Saudi Arabia United Kingdom Japan
  • Here's one for anyone who used to watch Kent Walton with Saturday afternoon wrestling in the 60s/70s. Below are 4 images of wrestlers who were often featured. How many can you name/guess? One guess for each image. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • The 13 letters below represent the letters which begin the title of all the plays by Shakespeare - ‘A’ and ‘The’ at the beginning of a title being disregarded. I have indicated in brackets how many possible answers there are to each letter. You do not have to name all the plays - just the number as indicated for each letter. Number of guesses for each letter must be limited to the number required. I hope this is clear. 25 points maximum. 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. A (3) Name 2 C (3) Name 2 E (1) Name it H (5) Name 3 J (1) Name it K (2) Name 1 L (1) Name it M (6) Name 4 O (1) Name it P (1) Name it R (3) Name 2 T (8) Name 5 W (1) Name it
  • Below are images of 4 more Brand Logos. How many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Below are the names of 11 people after whom airports are named. Your challenge is to guess the name of the city that each airport serves. 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. Lester Pearson 2. Ninoy Aquino 3. Edward O'Hare 4. Indira Gandhi 5. Benito Juárez 6. Ronald Reagan 7. Antônio Carlos Jobim 8. Leonardo da Vinci 9. Pope John Paul II 10. Louis Armstrong 11. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with M. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck
  • Your challenge today is to place the 5 scientists listed below in order as to when they were born – earliest first. 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. Charles Darwin Albert Einstein Marie Curie Michael Faraday Nikola Tesla
  • Below are 4 images of well known people. How many can you name/guess? One guess for each image. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • The answer to each clue below consists of a single word beginning with F - how many can you get? Some easy, others less so. 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. Who famously said "Yabba-Dabba-Doo" (surname only)? 2. Arch Duke whose assassination caused World War I? 3. What the Red Arrows fly in 4. Name of the Roman imperial dynasty that ruled the Roman Empire between 69 CE and 96 CE 5. Which literary device uses minor events to hint at larger upcoming events? 6. Former name of the shipping area off North-West Spain 7. Type of creature with species called Poisin Dart and Green Tree 8. What nationality was 1960s rock and roller/pop star Johnny Hallyday 9. How is the Flemish region of Belgium often referred to? 10. Which city is the financial center of Germany?
  • Below are 4 images that give a clue to the name of a pop or rock band or artist. How many can you guess? One guess for each image and you have to get the name I was thinking of. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck.
  • Below are the first name(s) of 9 well known classical composers. Your challenge is to guess the surname that goes with them. One guess per clue. I believe there will only be one answer to each clue but if not you have to get the composer I had in mind. 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. Johann Sebastian 2. Ludwig van 3. Johannes 4. Claude 5. Edward William 6. George Frideric 7. Franz Joseph 8. Franz 9. Felix
  • Below are images of 4 more British Birds. How many can you guess? One guess for each picture. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. NB: One word answers only needed. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Your challenge today is to guess the names of the ten English football clubs that have spent the most number of seasons in the highest league of English football (Premier League/First Division). 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.
  • Below are images of 4 actors when playing a character in a well-known TV programme. Can you guess the names of the TV series and the characters (NOT the actors' real names)? One guess for each picture. One point for the name of the series. Two points for the full name of the charcter and one point for only getting first or second names. Label your answers 1 to 4 left to right, top line first. PM me with your guesses by 5am tomorrow. No use of the internet of course to ensure a fair result. Good luck
  • Your challenge today is to come up with the longest word that you can think of that begins with C and ends with L. One guess per entry and whoever has the longest word is the winner. No proper nouns; apart from that, provided your word can be found in an Online English Dictionary it will count. No use of reference material or the internet of course to ensure fair play. PM me your guesses by 5am tomorrow. Good luck

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