Xmas Factoids Quiz 150
More Trivial facts you are better off not knowing! 10 Questions.
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Which King of England was crowned on Christmas Day?
William The Conqueror
Why, in many countries, can Christmas crackers not be sent through the post?
They are classed as insults
They are classed bad humour
They are classed as explosives
They are classed as infectious
As at 2015, which British band has had four UK Christmas No. 1 hit singles?
Which English King introduced the 'Unlawful Games Act' which banned all sports on Christmas Day, except archery, as people would be too full from feasting to be energetic?
What did the picture portray on the first commercial Christmas Card that was printed in 1846?
A family toasting Christmas
Robin on a spade handle
A lady with a tinsel parasol
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
Erected in a Washington shopping mall in 1950, how high was the world's tallest Xmas tree?
"Comic Relief" was launched from a refugee camp in Sudan on Xmas Day in 1985, live on which UK TV programme?
"The Saturday Show"
"Late Late Breakfast Show"
What was the UK's first official Christmas Number One single in 1952?
"Here In My Heart" (Al Martino)
"Mary's Boy Child" (Harry Belafonte)
"Christmas Alphabet" (Dickie Valentine)
"Let's Have Another Party" (Winifred Atwell)
Which English King passed a law, still live on the statute books in 2015, that anyone attending a service on Christmas Day must walk to church?
According to a 'survey', what percentage of British Christmas dinners are cooked by men?
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