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Quiz Number #073

True false The Beatles only reached Number 1 with the release of their 5th single. FALSE The Electric blanket was initially designed as a torture device. FALSE John Wayne provided the voice of the crocodile in the 1953 Disney film Peter Pan. FALSE Neptune orbits the sun every 7 years. FALSE 1555 is represented by […]

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Quiz Number #072

True false Of Disney’s 7 Dwarfs – Bashful has the longest name. TRUE Mel Gibson was born in America. TRUE In Italy, divorce is not permitted. FALSE In golf, you are allowed 2 hours to look for a ball before it is declared lost. FALSE Edit?? Jimmy Carter is the oldest former US president alive.FALSE […]

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Quiz Number #071

True false Leaner drivers on a provisional license are allowed to drive on motorways. FALSE It is illegal for an HGV driver to eat Yorkie Bars whilst driving a truck. TRUE Abba are still the only Swedish band to have had a number 1 hit in the UK. FALSE In the year 2000 Sunny Delight […]

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Quiz Number #070

True false The sea Horse is the only fish that can hold objects in it’s tail. TRUE Florence Nightingale was born in Florence. TRUE Zeta is the last letter of the Greek Alphebet. FALSE Blackpool Tower is due to be pulled down in 2014. FALSE The Burj Al Arab in Dubai is the world’s tallest […]

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Quiz Number #069

True false Corgi Dogs Were Specially Bread For Catching Burglars. TRUE Pentheraphobia: is fear of mother-in-law. TRUE Ferdinand Porsche designed the 1st Volkswagen Beetle. TRUE If translated: The Japanese word Mitsubishi means “orgasmic”! FALSE A 20p coin weighs more than a 50p coin. FALSE Omnivore, Hebivore, Carnivore, Frog Carnivore Stag Herbivore Pig Omnivore Bear Omnivore […]

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Quiz Number #068

True or false The first ever Butlins holiday resort to open was the one in Ayr. FALSE Liverpool Airport is called Ken Dodd International. FALSE London hosted the Olympic Games twice during the 20th century. TRUE Prince Harry is 3rd in line to the throne.Edit Movies Misery Gulliver’s Travels Day After Tomorrow Layer Cake Chinatown […]

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Quiz Number #067

True or false There are no female characters in the “Winnie The Pooh” stories?FALSE The actor Richard Gere’s middle name is Tiffany.? TRUE English is the Most Widely Spoken Language In The World. FALSE A 50p Coin is Heptagon shaped. TRUE Robert Burns is pictured on the current Clydesdale Bank £20 note.FALSE Movies Aladdin 1992 […]

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Quiz Number #066

True false Canada has the world’s longest coastline. TRUE Arachnophobia is the fear of arachnids. TRUE The roof on Wembley Stadium can be completely closed when it rains. FALSE In the Republic Of Ireland, cars drive on the left. TRUE Michael Jackson was Elvis Presley’s son in law. TRUE Media Mix Easter How long is […]

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Quiz Number #065

True false All illnesses up until 1950 were named after Saints. FALSE A rhino’s horn is made of hair. TRUE Ewan McGregor’s middle name is Tiffany. FALSE Thomas the Tank Engine has sold more hit records in France than the Beatles. FALSE The town of Largs wasn’t built until the 1930’s. FALSE f word Fox’s […]

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Quiz Number #064

True false The tourist attraction known as “The Spanish Steps” are actually in Greece. FALSE Websites from the Falkland Islands end with the letters .fk TRUE TV newsreader Moira Stuart was the original presenter of Top Gear in the 70s. FALSE Ryanair has more planes than British Airways. TRUE Juan Carlos I, the current king […]

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