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Factoids Quiz 175

More Trivial facts you are better off not knowing! 10 Questions.

 
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Which was the first James Bond film to be approved by Chinese censors?

  • "GoldenEye"
  • "Moonraker"
  • "A View to a Kill"
  • "Casino Royale"

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Which singer had a contract that banned noise and 'distinct smells' being made in his vicinity?

  • Nat 'King' Cole
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Luciano Pavarotti
  • Michael Jackson

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Which is the world's fastest growing water plant?

  • Duckweed
  • Water Hyacinth
  • Water Lily
  • Marsh Marigold

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In 1999, what were banned from the American National Security Agency's HQ, to prevent the revealing of national security secrets?

  • Voice Recorder Key Finders
  • Dictaphones
  • Furbies
  • Answering machines

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Which cricketer holds the record for playing the most number of Tests straight after debut?

  • Allan Lamb
  • Wayne Larkins
  • Phil Carlson
  • Adam Gilchrist

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What do a sheep, a duck and a rooster have in common?

  • First of the pilgrims' animals to be landed from the Mayflower
  • First passengers in a hot air balloon
  • Main course of the Queen’s Coronation Banquet
  • Holy creatures of the ancient Scots

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What is the strike note of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?

  • E-Flat
  • G Major
  • E-Minor
  • C-Flat

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What is the nickname for the city of Geneva?

  • Little Paris
  • Venice of the North
  • The Peace Capital
  • The Golden City

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Approximately how many droplets, each carrying viruses, bacteria and fungal spores, are expelled in a single cough?

  • 3,000
  • 5,000
  • 7,000
  • 9,000

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The population of which country eats the most chocolate, equating to 10 kilos per person per year?

  • America
  • Switzerland
  • Belgium
  • England

 

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