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A fusion of fun trivia: Part 1

30 easy, fun questions, to "wet your whistle" for Part 2 30 Questions.

 
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1

Which letters are used in cartoon pictures to show that someone is asleep or snoring?

  • G's
  • S's
  • Z's

2

What name is given to slices of bread cut up for dipping into a soft boiled egg?

  • Divers
  • Soldiers
  • Farmers

3

If you've been kidnapped and forced to serve at sea, you've been....what?

  • Shanghaied
  • Framed
  • Tango-ed

4

Which of the following is a nickname for Marks and Spencer?

  • Cash & Carry
  • Smash & Grab
  • Marks & Sparks

5

What did Goldilocks eat in the popular children's story?

  • Tripe and Onions
  • Porridge
  • Doner Kebab

6

What are the plastic counters which represent money on a gambling table?

  • Peas
  • Chips
  • Beans

7

Which words follow 'I can see clearly now' in Johnny Nash's 1972 hit?

  • I've found my glasses
  • The fog has lifted
  • The rain has gone

8

According to Tom Jones, in the song featured in "The Full Monty", you can leave your....what on?

  • Hat
  • Vest
  • Socks

9

How many pence are there in £200?

  • 2,000
  • 20,000
  • 2000,000

10

Where did Tony Bennett sing that he left his heart?

  • Hartlepool
  • New York, New York
  • San Francisco

11

Which well known brand of soap has a fruity name?

  • Pears
  • Plums
  • Peaches

12

Which of these is a phrase for 'bad luck'?

  • Smelly onions
  • Rotten tomatoes
  • Hard cheese

13

What have you been if the house you were buying was sold from under your nose?

  • Pole-axed
  • Flummoxed
  • Gazumped

14

Which word can mean both a wafer container for ice cream and a musical instrument?

  • Cornet
  • Trumpet
  • Tuba

15

What are the inhabitants of Sweden called?

  • Swedes
  • Turnips
  • Sprouts

16

By what name is the Gravelly Hill Interchange near Birmingham better known?

  • Ravioli Road
  • Lasagne Lane
  • Spaghetti Junction

17

Which of these would you ask to remove your 'tartar'?

  • Locksmith
  • Dentist
  • Priest

18

What did Napoleon supposedly say to Josephine?

  • What again?
  • I can't
  • Not tonight

19

'Clickety-click' is the traditional bingo call for which number?

  • 66
  • 86
  • 16

20

Which American artist is famous for his images of Campbell's soup cans?

  • Andy Capp
  • Andy Pandy
  • Andy Warhol

21

What word does a pontoon player call when requesting another card from the dealer?

  • Hokey-cokey
  • Twist
  • Jive

22

What is the popular name for the ornamental monstera plant?

  • Spanish omelette plant
  • Danish pastry plant
  • Swiss cheese plant

23

What three letters often appear on boards in strawberry fields during the summer?

  • PYO
  • PYS
  • PSF

24

What is the bump at the front of a man's neck called?

  • Gary's Grape
  • Percy's Plum
  • Adam's Apple

25

Finish Bruce Forsyth's famous catchphrase: 'Nice to see you......'?

  • Give us a twirl
  • To see you, nice
  • Didn't he do well

26

If you are superstitious, where do you throw salt if you spill it?

  • Over your shoulder
  • Under your armpit
  • Between your legs

27

Who answers the phone if you dial 100?

  • The Coastguard
  • Battersea Dogs' Home
  • The Operator

28

What part of a car is sometimes used to refer to an idiot?

  • Sump
  • Crankshaft
  • Dipstick

29

Which of the following is a dish of stewed fruit mixed with cream?

  • Twit
  • Fool
  • Looney

30

What name is given to a book that organises and groups words of similar meanings?

  • Almanac
  • Dictionary
  • Thesaurus

 

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