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Explore Your Knowledge Quiz 5

More addictive trivia to stretch your brain, but to the new format of 12 questions. 12 Questions.

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In a scrum in rugby union, what is the name of the prop on the left side?

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  • Flanker
  • Hooker
  • Loosehead
  • Tighthead

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The word 'bacon' comes from the German word for which part of the body?

  • Trotter
  • Testitcle
  • Nostril
  • Buttock

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In which year will the next 'Fibonacci Day' occur, when at one point all of the digits of the time & date at a particular moment will follow the Fibonacci Sequence?

  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016

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Which popular children's programme was taken to court and fined in 2010 because the characters didn't wear seatbelts when in their car?

  • "Peppa Pig"
  • "Pick Me"
  • "Sesame Street"
  • "Pingu"

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The band "Napalm Death" once recorded the shortest song in history, which was literally just the sound...?

  • "Boop"
  • "Uh!"
  • "D'oh"
  • "Ha!"

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In which Irish town could you find famous Fungie the dolphin, a dolphin who, one day in 1984, mysteriously swam into the bay and began playing with boats, and has surpassed his life expectancy?

  • Killorglin
  • Rossbeigh
  • Gleinnbeigh
  • Dingle

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The "Pokemon" World Championships 2011 saw the world champion stripped of his title after he allegedly had a fight with other residents at his hotel with what?

  • Poo
  • Muffins
  • Milk
  • Pillows

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In 1993, Garry Hoy (Lawyer) threw himself off the 24th floor of which building to try and prove the glass was 'unbreakable'? (It wasn't).

  • Tokyo Sky Tree
  • Toronto- Dominion Centre
  • Petronas Twin Towers
  • Lakihegy Tower

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French writer Guy de Maupassant hated the Eiffel Tower so much that he regularly used to eat lunch in the tower's cafe- why?

  • It was the one place in Paris where he didn't have to see it
  • It gave him a good chance to criticize it for a good reason
  • He liked the view over Paris
  • None of the above- he just really liked the food

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Which King Henry of England was credited with creating the very first zoo?

  • Henry I
  • Henry II
  • Henry III
  • Henry IV

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Strangely, the word 'abracadabra' was originally invented in early English to cure which illness?

  • The Black Death
  • The Flu
  • The Common Cold
  • Hayfever

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Because of the large amounts of vitamin K in brussel sprouts, they can be potentially fatal to people with which artificial organ, because the vitamin affects the medication that goes with it?

  • Artificial bladder
  • Artificial testicle
  • Artificial heart
  • Artificial lung