International Quiz


International Quiz

International Quiz

International Quiz

Q. In what musical note do most toilets flush?

Ans:   E Flat

Q. 85% of women do what?

Ans:   Wear wrong bra size

Q. In Maine, it is illegal to bite your own what?

Ans:   Landlord

Q. In California it is illegal to do what in a hotel room?

Ans:   Peel an Onion

Q. What do chimpanzees do when nervous?

Ans:  Masturbate

Q. The average person does what 16 times a day?

Ans:   Swear

Q. Every year 11000 Americans are injured doing what?

Ans:   Trying out bizarre sex positions

Q. What links Fantasy, Devils, Coral and Christmas?

Ans:   Islands. International Quiz

Q. In Michigan, a woman does what without her husband’s permission?

Ans:  Cut her hair

Q. What happens every 30 seconds in America?

Ans:   Teenage pregnancy

Q. In China, if you order white tea – what do you get?

Ans:   Boiled Water

Q. What was the original scumbag?

Ans:   Condom

Q. The name of which animal means does not drink?

Ans:   Koala. International Quiz

Q. Name only non-electrical musical instrument invented the 20th century.

Ans:    Steel Drums

Q. Who are Mickey Mouse’s nephews?

Ans:   Mortie and Ferdie

Q. Suomi is the name the natives give to what country?

Ans:   Finland

Q. 37% of women prefer what to sex?

Ans:  Shoe shopping

Q. What creature has a penis 20 times the length of its body?

Ans:   Barnacle

Q. Thomas Edison had a phobia what was it?

Ans:  The Dark

Q. Who had a dog called Boatswain?

Ans:   Lord Byron. International Quiz

Q. Collective Nouns – a Convocation of what?

Ans:   Eagles

Q. What TV character lived in Waratah National Park?

Ans:  Skippy

Q. On an average day in USA 40 people are hurt doing what?

Ans:  Trampolining

Q. Armand Tanzania is the real name of what cartoon character?

Ans:   Principle Skinner

Q. In proportion which animal has the largest eye?

Ans:   Cat

Q. Canada is an Indian word meaning what?

Ans:   Big Village. International Quiz

Q. Walt Disney had an obsessive compulsion with what?

Ans:   Cleanliness – washed hands every 5 min

Q. Who sang the theme song in- From Russia with Love?

Ans:  Matt Munroe

Q. There are 16 bottles of Champagne in what?

Ans:   Balthazar

Q. It is illegal to cross the Iowa state boundaries wearing what?

Ans:  Duck on your head

Q. Married men do it twice as often as single men – what?

Ans:  Change Underwear

Q. What is the most commonly used descriptive word on menus?

Ans:  Mom. International Quiz

Q. What is Lieutenant Colombo’s first name?

Ans:  Philip

Q. What American building has double-needed toilets –segregated?

Ans:   Pentagon

Q. Pigs can become what – like humans?

Ans:  Alcoholics

Q. What shape is Anelli pasta?

Ans:   Rings

Q. In UK it is 10, USA it is 8, Continental Europe it is 38 – what?

Ans:   Women’s dress size

Q. What was the name of Abraham Lincoln’s dog Stabbed to death?

Ans:   Fido. International Quiz

Q. Terra Psittacorum was an early name for which country?

Ans:   Australia

Q. In Switzerland, it is illegal to do what in an apartment after 10 pm?

Ans:   Flush Toilet

Q. Vermont woman can’t wear what without husband’s permit?

Ans:   False Teeth

Q. What is the German word for poison?

Ans:   Gift. International Quiz

Q. Walt Disney in an interview admitted he was scared of what?

Ans:   Mice

Q. 98% of Americans feel better about themselves after doing what?

Ans:   Flushing Toilets

Q. Dom Perignon invented champagne – what else?

Ans:   Corks in bottles

Q. Which nationality drinks the most coffee per person per day?

Ans:   Sweden

Q. What links Helicon, Hutchinson, Macmillan, Growhills and Penguin?

Ans:   All are publishers

Q. 83% of all Americans purchase what product?

Ans:  Peanut Butter

Q. In Madrid, there are more what in one street than all of Finland?

Ans:   Bars

Q. Collective Nouns – a Cast of what?

Ans:   Falcons. International Quiz

Q. What does the girl’s name Rebecca mean?

Ans:  Noose

Q. If you landed at Carthage airport where would you be?

Ans:  Tunis

Q. 96% of American children can recognize – who?

Ans:  Ronald MacDonald

Q. It is estimated that at any given time 1% world’s population is what?

Ans:   Drunk

Q. What are 3 for a child, 6 a woman, 9 for a man?

Ans:   Funeral Bell Tolls

Q. Berlin stands on which river?

Ans:  Spree. International Quiz

Q. Where does the American flag fly 24 / 7 never taken down?

Ans:   Moon

Q. Who wrote Sleeping beauty, Mother Goose, Puss in Boots?

Ans:  Charles Perrault

Q. Married men in France use more what than their wives?

Ans:   Cosmetics

Q. In Animal Farm Benjamin was what type of creature?

Ans:   Donkey

Q. What does Trivia literally mean?

Ans:   Three Roads

Q. If you landed at Schipol airport where are you?

Ans:   Amsterdam

Q. To an Australian what is an esky?

Ans:   Portable Beer Cooler

Q. What country eats most turkey per capita annually?

Ans::   Israel

Q. The W H O recons there are 100 million what each day?

Ans:  Sex acts

Q. On average man uses 2000 – a woman 7000 what a day?

Ans:  Words. International Quiz

Q. Collective nouns – A Troubling of what?

Ans:   Goldfish

Q. 52% of Americans would rather spend a week in jail than what?

Ans:   Be President

Q. In America what colour is the Green Card?

Ans:   White

Q. What city stands on the Hooghly River?

Ans:   Calcutta

Q. Chloe is a girl’s name- means what?

Ans:  Green shoot

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of cooks?

Ans:   St. Laurence

Q. Where was Rin Tin Tin set?

Ans:  Fort Apache – Arizona

Q. If you landed at Capodichino airport where are you?

Ans:  Naples. International Quiz

Q. Americans consume 2 billion lbs of what each year?

Ans:   Chocolate

Q. A bear is ursine – what bird is pavonine?

Ans:  Peacock

Q. What European country’s flag is square?

Ans:   Switzerland

Q. Where would you find your lunula?

Ans:  Fingernail (white part)

Q. What European capital city is not on a river?

Ans:   Madrid

Q.Who only author to have a book in every Dewy-Decimal category?

Ans:   Isaac Asimov. International Quiz

Q. What is an octothorpe?

Ans:   The # symbol

Q. Only female humans and what have hymens?

Ans:   Horses

Q. Hari-Kari is vulgar name Seppuku – what’s it literally mean?

Ans:  Belly Splitting

Q. Captain Jean Luc-Picard keep a fish called what?

Ans:  Livingston

Q. Whose final words were “It hurts”?

Ans:  Charles De Gaulle

Q. Collective nouns – A parcel of what?

Ans:  Hinds

Q. Wine barrels – there are 83 gallons in a what?

Ans:   Puncheon

Q. Frankfurt stands on what river?

Ans:  Main

Q. Thomas, the boy’s name means what?

Ans:   Twin. International Quiz

Q. Michael Dumble-Smith became famous as who?

Ans:   Michael Crawford

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of learning?

Ans:   St. Ambrose

Q. Which nation invented sauerkraut?

Ans:   Chinese

Q. Henry Ford’s first car lacked something we expect – what?

Ans:   Reverse gear

Q. What bird has the most feathers per square inch?

Ans:   Penguin. International Quiz

Q. One death per day is caused by what?

Ans:   Wrong prescription 

Q. 400 what per week permanently close in the USA?

Ans:   Churches

Q. 50% of 17-year-old Americans can’t do what?

Ans:  Read

Q. In 1979 what did President Carter apologise to Australia about?

Ans:   Skylab falling on their country

Q. A dog is canine – what animal is ovine?

Ans:   Sheep. International Quiz

Q. Old English law – you can’t beat wife with anything wider than what?

Ans:   Your thumb 

Q. If you landed at Cannon airport where are you?

Ans:   Reno

Q.Who wrote the Dune series of SF novels?

Ans:   Frank Herbert

Q. In what city is the Encyclopedia Britannica based and published?

Ans:   Chicago

Q. What capital city stands on the Tagus River?

Ans:   Lisbon. International Quiz

Q. Collective nouns – An array of what?

Ans:   Hedgehogs

Q. ‘Amy’ a girl’s name means what?

Ans:   Beloved

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of TV?

Ans:   St. Clare

Q. What US president was nicknamed as Miss Nancy?

Ans:   James Buchanan

Q. If you landed at Haneda airport where are you?

Ans:   Tokyo. International Quiz

Q. On what common object would you find a sleeve and a tray?

Ans:   A Matchbox

Q. Alfred Nobel invented dynamite what did father Immanuel invent?

Ans:   Plywood

Q. In Japan what is ‘Jigali’?

Ans:  Female Suicide

Q. Thomas Harris created what character?

Ans:   Hannibal Lector

Q. What city stands on the Maas River?

Ans:   Rotterdam

Q. A cat is feline – what animal is murine?

Ans:   Mouse or Rat

Q. What is considered the most successful poem of all time?

Ans:   ‘If’  by Rudyard Kipling

Q. If you landed at Lindberg airport where are you?

Ans:  San Diego

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of Young Virgins?

Ans:   St. Agnes

Q. ‘George’ the boy’s name means what?

Ans:   Farmer. International Quiz

Q. Collective nouns – An army of what?

Ans:   Caterpillars

Q. Who wrote ‘Three Men in a Boat’?

Ans:  Jerome K Jerome

Q. Collective nouns – A sleuth of what?

Ans:   Bears

Q. What was the name of the horse in Animal Farm?

Ans:   Boxer. International Quiz

Q. Khons was the Egyptian god of what?

Ans:   Moon

Q. The Rimac River runs through what city?

Ans:   Lima, Peru

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of Artists?

Ans:   St. Luke

Q. If you landed at Merignac airport – where are you?

Ans:   Bordeaux. International Quiz

Q.What is the world’s biggest profession?

Ans:   Teaching

Q. An Enologist studies what?

Ans:  Wine

Q. Who said: Ability is useless without opportunity?

Ans:  Napoleon

Q. 7% of Ireland’s annual barley crop is used for what?

Ans:  Making Guinness

Q. There are three parks in the USA dedicated to what?

Ans:  Butterflies. International Quiz

Q. Where was Keanu Reeves born?

Ans:   Beirut, Lebanon

Q. International dialling codes – what country has 61 as code?

Ans:   Australia

Q. What composer wrote the Pomp and Circumstance Marches?

Ans:  Edward Elgar

Q. What bird has the maximum recorded life span 36 years?

Ans:   Herring Gull (Royal Albatross)

Q. The Golden Rain is the common name of what tree?

Ans:   Laburnum. International Quiz

Q. On average the French eat 20 million what a year?

Ans:  Frogs

Q. What country’s national anthem is Land of Two Rivers?

Ans:  Iraq

Q. Collective nouns – An obstinacy of what?

Ans:  Buffalos

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of Spain?

Ans:   St. James . International Quiz

Q. If you landed at Shannon airport where are you?

Ans:   Limerick

Q. In Massachusetts, it’s illegal to have what in the bathroom?

Ans:  A light switch

Q. Queen Alexandria is the world’s largest what?

Ans:   Butterfly 1-foot wing

Q.France Chevalier Germany Ritter Spain Caballero –in English what?

Ans:   English Knight

Q. What does the girl’s name ‘Irene’ mean?

Ans:   Peace . International Quiz

Q. Collective nouns – A train of what?

Ans:   Camels

Q. What does a blue flag white cross mean in motor racing?

Ans:    Give way or be disqualified

Q. Samuel Hahnemann developed what type of therapy?

Ans:   Homeopathy

Q. What film won the best picture Oscar in 1967?

Ans:   In the Heat of the Night

Q. BA British Airways AA American Airways what is AI?

Ans:  Air India. International Quiz

Q.International dialling codes – what country has 33 as its code?

Ans:   France

Q.What countries national anthem is The Patriotic Song?

Ans:   Russia

Q. Who said, “The child is the father of the man”?

Ans:   William Wordsworth

Q. Cockroaches will eat anything except what?

Ans:   Cucumbers

Q. If you landed at Mirabel airport where are you?

Ans:   Montreal

Q. What sport would you see at Arthur Park Grand Prix?

Ans:  Racing. International Quiz

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of hunters?

Ans:   St. Hubert

Q. William the boy’s name means what?

Ans:   Resolute Protector

Q. What is the traditional gift for a sixth wedding anniversary?

Ans:   Sugar

Q. In heraldry what shape is a pile?

Ans:   Inverted Pyramid

Q. International Aircraft Registration what country is SU?

Ans:   Egypt

Q. What author was born in Petrovichi USSR in 1920?

Ans:   Isaac Asimov. International Quiz

Q. USA courts spend half their time with cases involving what?

Ans:  Cars

Q. In Greek what does the word ‘climax’ mean?

Ans:   Ladder

Q. What is the derivation of the word ‘vanilla’?

Ans:   From Latin ‘Vagina’

Q. What animal has a prehensile penis?

Ans:  Dolphin

Q. According to a survey, what is American’s favourite smell?

Ans:   Bananas. International Quiz

Q. Collective nouns – a streak of what?

Ans:   Tigers

Q. 74% of American women say what is the biggest dating turn off?

Ans:   Swearing – Foul Language

Q. What is the major export of Liechtenstein?

Ans:   False Teeth

Q. What bird has the longest fledging period of 360 days?

Ans:   King Penguin. International Quiz

Q. What creature’s sex act lasts exactly two seconds?

Ans:   Mosquito

Q. 99% of India’s Truck Drivers can’t do what?

Ans:   Read Road Signs

Q. What was the subject of the first book printed in England?

Ans:  Chess

Q. What has 12000 eyes?

Ans:   A Butterfly

Q. What does Scotland export to Saudi Arabia?

Ans:   Sand. International Quiz

Q. What’s the most unusual official sporting event in China?

Ans:  Granade Throwing

Q. A spat is a baby of what?

Ans:  Oyster

Q. Only 55% of men do what?

Ans:   Wash hands after a toilet visit

Q. What country is the world’s largest exporter of Frogs Legs?

Ans:   Japan. International Quiz

Q. On average what contains 5 – 7 calories?

Ans:  Single ejaculation

Q. Brasco is Australian slang for what?

Ans:  Toilet

Q. What is India’s National Flower?

Ans:  Lotus

Q. What is Kimogayo in Japan?

Ans:  National Anthem

Q. ‘Penis’ comes from the Latin meaning what?

Ans:   Tail. International Quiz

Q. 45 is the International Telephone dialling code for what country?

Ans:  Denmark

Q. What does the girl’s name ‘Donna’ mean?

Ans:   Lady (From Latin)

Q. There are over 130000 species of what on earth?

Ans:   Butterflies

Q. ‘Quercus’ is the Latin name of what?

Ans:   Tree Oak. International Quiz

Q. What is the most common plastic surgery performed USA men?

Ans:  Breast Reduction

Q. What did the first issue of Playboy in 1953 not have?

Ans:  Date – unsure if it would continue

Q. Every citizen of Kentucky must do what by law annually?

Ans:   Take a bath. International Quiz

Q. What snake builds a nest?

Ans:   King Cobra

Q. Who was Humphry Bogart’s first wife?

Ans:  Helen Mencken

Q. Collective nouns – a knot of what?

Ans:   Toads. International Quiz

Q. In England, it is illegal to drive a car without doing what?

Ans:  Sitting on the front seat

Q. Who wrote the poem,’ Kubla Khan’?

Ans:  Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Q. If you were eating a Prunis Domesticia what would it be?

Ans:   Plum

Q. What does the girl’s name ‘Zoe’ mean?

Ans:  Life

Q. What is the traditional gift for a 13th wedding anniversary?

Ans:   Lace. International Quiz

Q. In North Dakota, if you are in a covered wagon you can do what?

Ans:   Shoot mounted Indians

Q.Ismene and Antigone are whose daughters?

Ans:  Oedipus

Q. What type of food is Otak Otak in Malaysia?

Ans:  Grilled Fish Pate

Q. Gulyas soup is a delicacy in what country?

Ans:  Hungary. International Quiz

Q. In 1845 Boston it was illegal to do what without a doctor’s note?

Ans:   Bathe

Q. Collective nouns – A bale of what?

Ans:  Turtles

Q. Who wrote the play ‘Waiting for Godot’ in 1954?

Ans:  Samuel Beckett

Q. 90 is the International Telephone dialing code of what country?

Ans:   Turkey. International Quiz

Q. What does the boy’s name Paul mean?

Ans:   Small (from Latin)

Q. Rice-Kellogg invented what in 1924?

Ans:   Loudspeakers

Q. 53 is the international dialling code for what country?

Ans:   Cuba

Q. The locals call it Al-Magrib what do we call this country?

Ans:   Morocco

Q. Traditionally what should be given on the 11th anniversary?

Ans:   Steel. International Quiz

Q. If you landed at Balice airport where would you be?

Ans:   Cracow, Poland

Q. What planet in our system is not named after a god?

Ans:   Earth

Q. By US Congress law 1832 citizens should do what annually?

Ans:  Fasting and prayer. International Quiz

Q.What book was banned in Ireland in 1932?

Ans:   ‘Brave New World’ – Aldus Huxley

Q. 18% of USA coins, 7% of notes have what on them?

Ans:   Dangerous Bacteria

Q. Oryza sativa is what staple food item?

Ans:   Rice

Q. Catherine the Great kept whom in an iron cage in her bedroom?     World Quiz

Ans:  Wigmaker

Q. Azote was the original name of what element?

Ans:   Nitrogen. International Quiz

Q. What animal cannot swim?

Ans:  Gorillas

Q. What USA city is also a slang name for a pineapple?

Ans:  Chicago

Q. What was banned in US movie theatres in the 1920s?

Ans:  Popcorn (too noisy)

Q. If you were performing a fillip what are you doing?

Ans:  Snapping Fingers

Q. More than 40% of USA women were once what?

Ans:  Girl Scouts. International Quiz

Q. What uses 28 calories if done for one minute?

Ans:   Kiss

Q. In 1820 what was taxed in Missouri?

Ans:  Bachelors

Q. What is the official drink of the state of Ohio?

Ans:  Tomato Juice. International Quiz

Q. The Russian composer Alexander Borodin had what another job?

Ans:  Chemistry Professor 

Q. 18% of animal owners do what with their pets?

Ans:   Share beds

Q. 90% of Americans consider themselves what?

Ans:  Shy

Q. Who wrote ‘The Deceiver’ 1991 and ‘The Fist of God’ 1993?

Ans:  Frederick Forsyth

Q. International Airline Registrations SX is what country?

Ans:   Greece. International Quiz

Q. 50% of Dutch men have never done what?

Ans:   Flown in a plane (28% fear it)

Q. If you Absterse something what do you do?

Ans:   Clean it

Q. Musa acuminata is what favourite food item?

Ans:   Banana

Q. In a year the average person walks four miles doing what?

Ans:   Making their bed

Q. What was the first film to use stereophonic sound?

Ans:   Disney’s Fantasia

Q. The letter B comes from Egyptian hieroglyphics meaning what?

Ans:   House. International Quiz

Q.There are more telephones than people in what city?

Ans: Washington, USA

Q. In the middle ages you could be fined four pence murdering who?

Ans:   Travelling Musician

Q. What food Scots once refuse to eat because it was not in the Bible?

Ans:  Potato

Q. 33% of what is fake in the USA?

Ans:  Blondes

Q. What islands have no rivers or lakes – rainwater only?

Ans:   Bermuda. International Quiz

Q. In Alaska it is illegal to look at a moose from where?

Ans:   Window of any aircraft

Q. A ‘furfy’ is Australian slang for what?

Ans:  False story or rumour

Q.Who said China is a big country inhabited by many Chinese?

Ans:   Charles de Gaulle

Q. In a recent survey women disliked what part of the male body most?

Ans:   Feet. International Quiz

Q. The US had 5% world population and 70% of world’s what?

Ans:   Lawyers

Q. If you landed at Arlanda airport where would you be?

Ans:   Stockholm, Sweden

Q. The FEI govern what sport?

Ans:  Equestrian

Q. On any given day half of Americans are on what?

Ans:   A special Diet

Q. Gondolas in Venice are traditionally what colour?

Ans:   Black. International Quiz

Q. What country declared itself the first atheist state in 1967?

Ans:  Albania (banned religion)

Q. What is six inches in height and no bigger by the rules?

Ans:   Table Tennis Net

Q. Until 1862 there was a tax in England for those who used what?

Ans:   Soap

Q. A Paralian always lives near what?

Ans:  The Sea

Q. International Airline Registrations O O is what country?

Ans:   Belgium. International Quiz

Q. What vegetable was considered a cure for sex problems in old Egypt?

Ans:  Radish

Q. In Milan citizens can be fined $100 if they don’t always do what?

Ans:   Smile 

Q. What does the name Barbara mean?

Ans:   Strange or Foreign

Q. The locals call it ‘Misri’ what do we call this country?

Ans:   Egypt. International Quiz

Q. Who wrote Of Human Bondage and The Moon and Sixpence?

Ans:   Somerset Maugham

Q. What is the Roman numerals for 3000?

Ans:  MMM

Q. The lack of calcium in the diet causes what condition?

Ans:   Rickets

Q. Dallol Ethiopia has what claim to fame?

Ans:   World’s hottest place 

Q. The star constellation Lepus has what English name?

Ans:   The Hare

Q. Lauris Nobilis is the Latin name of what common herb?

Ans:   Bay. International Quiz

Q. Chi is the Chinese year of what?

Ans:  Cock

Q. In heraldry what is a vertical line dividing a shield called?

Ans:   Pale

Q. The Templeton Prize is awarded annually for progress in what?

Ans:  Religion. International Quiz

Q. In England what is the most popular girl’s name of the 90s?

Ans:   Rebecca

Q. What is a Tam Tam?

Ans:   Orchestral Gong

Q. FITA is the governing body of what sport?

Ans:   Archery

Q. What is Canada’s oldest city founded in 1608?

Ans:   Quebec

Q. 38 million Americans (one in five) don’t like what?

Ans:   Sex. International Quiz

Q.Winston Churchill had a dog of what type?

Ans:   Miniature Poodle

Q. If you suffer from Tinea Pedis what have you got?

Ans:   Athletes foot

Q.What colour is Llamas milk?

Ans:   Yellow. 0 0 0.

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