A fusion of fun trivia: Part 1
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Which letters are used in cartoon pictures to show that someone is asleep or snoring?
What name is given to slices of bread cut up for dipping into a soft boiled egg?
If you've been kidnapped and forced to serve at sea, you've been....what?
Which of the following is a nickname for Marks and Spencer?
Cash & Carry
Smash & Grab
Marks & Sparks
What did Goldilocks eat in the popular children's story?
Tripe and Onions
What are the plastic counters which represent money on a gambling table?
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
According to Tom Jones, in the song featured in "The Full Monty", you can leave your....what on?
How many pence are there in Â£200?
Where did Tony Bennett sing that he left his heart?
New York, New York
Which well known brand of soap has a fruity name?
Which of these is a phrase for 'bad luck'?
What have you been if the house you were buying was sold from under your nose?
Which word can mean both a wafer container for ice cream and a musical instrument?
What are the inhabitants of Sweden called?
By what name is the Gravelly Hill Interchange near Birmingham better known?
Which of these would you ask to remove your 'tartar'?
What did Napoleon supposedly say to Josephine?
'Clickety-click' is the traditional bingo call for which number?
Which American artist is famous for his images of Campbell's soup cans?
What word does a pontoon player call when requesting another card from the dealer?
What is the popular name for the ornamental monstera plant?
Spanish omelette plant
Danish pastry plant
Swiss cheese plant
What three letters often appear on boards in strawberry fields during the summer?
What is the bump at the front of a man's neck called?
Finish Bruce Forsyth's famous catchphrase: 'Nice to see you......'?
Give us a twirl
To see you, nice
Didn't he do well
If you are superstitious, where do you throw salt if you spill it?
Over your shoulder
Under your armpit
Between your legs
Who answers the phone if you dial 100?
Battersea Dogs' Home
What part of a car is sometimes used to refer to an idiot?
Which of the following is a dish of stewed fruit mixed with cream?
What name is given to a book that organises and groups words of similar meanings?
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