1. What is Miss Piggy's surname? 2. Who played Hyacinth Bucket in Keeping Up Appearances? 3. Who played Father Peter Clifford in Ballykissangel? 4. What is metathesiophobia the fear of? 5. What is rupophobia the fear of? 6. Jupiter is named after Zeus, but which Greek god was Mercury named after? 7. If you could stand on all the planets in our solar system which one would be the hottest? 8. Which fictional character has been played by Albert Finney, Peter Ustinov and David Suchet? 9. Before becoming President of the United States, George W Bush was governor of which state? 10. Which well known band was formed in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young? 11. What licence cost 37p when it was abolished in 1988? 12. In Scrabble, how many letters have a value of 2? 13. Lending her name to a famous brand, who was the Greek goddess of victory? 14. What is the name of the poker hand containing three of a kind and a pair? 15. In slang, how much money is a monkey? 16. On which day of the year does All Souls Day fall? 17. What was Fanny Craddock's real first name? 18. What are the caves at Lascaux famous for? 19. On what day of creation did God make the sun, the moon and the stars? 20. What is the collective name for the nine handmaidens of Odin? 21. Which animal's name was the Latin for 'robber'? 22. 2002, 1961 and radar are all examples of what? 23. What is the only country in the world with a flag that doesn't have four right angles? 24. What do Bruce Willis, Jackson Browne and John McEnroe all have in common? 25. Between which two European countries is the oldest existing peace treaty in the world (since 1373)? 26. The Peace of Westphalia ended which long war? 1 27. A male phasianidae is a peacock. What is the female called? 28. Which capital city's name translated means 'northern capital'? 29. Which unit of measurement is equal to 3.26 light years? 30. In the 18th and 19th centuries, what was a 'phaeton'? driven.
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|Date:||Jun 27, 2015|
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