Quiz Number #099
True or false
The time difference between London and Rio de Janeiro is only 2 hours.
The Great Wall of China is included in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Winnie the Pooh was originally named “Winnie the Pee”.
To prepare for her 1st expedition to live with gorillas, Dian Fossey spent 3 years living in a Zoo.
Archeologists in an Egyptian tomb have this week discovered a figure that looks amazingly like Papa Smurf.
Travelling but bearing little or no responsibility for the tasks required for the vehicle
CHOP POT YO
Contrary to popular belief, they do not bury their heads in sand.
Elisha Gray was pipped to patent it.
Swarovski make this.
For a Few Dollars More
Sport – Football
Who was the last footballer to win the main BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award
Michael Owen left Liverpool to play for which club?
How many teams made up the SPL in 2002?
What does the E in ESPN stand for?
The Hawthorns is home to which English football team?
Robert Downey, Jr
When I find myself in times of trouble
Mother Mary comes to me
Let It Be
You change your mind
Like a girl changes clothes
Yeah you, PMS
Like a bitch
I would know
Hot N Cold
Thank you for coming home
I’m sorry that the chairs are all worn
I left them here I could have sworn
These are my salad days
Look around everywhere you turn is heartache
It’s everywhere that you go (look around)
You try everything you can to escape
The pain of life that you know (life that you know)
I heard that you’re settled down
That you found a girl and you’re married now.
SOMEONE LIKE YOU
Name the missing colour of 7 colours of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo
Which British Prime minister declared war on Germany at the start of WW2?
Which canal links the Atlantic and Pacific oceans?
Which company bought over Skype in May 2011?
Which country owns the island of Greenland?
What was the name of adult male dog in “101 Dalmations”?
Which film features the song “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah”?
Song Of The South
This is the national flag of which country?
What was the name of Edmund Hillary’s companion when they conquered Everest in 1953?