Quiz A to Z


Quiz A to Z

Quiz A to Z

Quiz A to Z

Quiz A to Z

Q. In Czarist Russia it was illegal to do what?

Ans:   Smoke

Q. What play has the line – Shall there be no more cakes and ale?

Ans:   Twelfth Night

Q. St Brigit of Ireland could do what amazing trick for visitors?

Ans:  Bathwater into Beer

Q. In Ohio by law pets have to carry what?

Ans:  Lights on tails at night

Q. The average man or woman spends one year of their life on what?

Ans:   On the Telephone

Q. 80% of household dust is actually what material?

Ans:   Dead skin. Quiz A to Z

Q. What is the best wood for making pencils?

Ans:  Incense Cedar

Q. Average Britain in their lifetime eats 4907 what?

Ans: Loaves of Bread

Q. Oysters can do what – according to water temperature?

Ans:   Change sex

Q. A dog was arrested in Seville in 1983 for what crime?

Ans:   Handbag Snatching

Q. Jacqueline Du Prey is a master on what instrument?

Ans:   Cello

Q. Who said: sex is a bad thing it rumples the clothes?

Ans:  Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Q. The average Manhattan wife takes 14 minutes to do what in bed?

Ans:   Turn off Light. Quiz A to Z

Q. Which animal sleeps with one eye open?

Ans:  Dolphin

Q. Sandra Wes of Texas died in 1977 was buried in what?

Ans:  Her blue Ferrari

Q. The average person spends 12 years of their life doing what?

Ans:   Watching TV

Q. St. Appolonia is the patron saint of what?

Ans:  Toothache

Q. What was stolen from a Hotel Garden in Britain in 1991?

Ans:  Onion Crop. Quiz A to Z

Q. What word comes from Arabic means – the reunion of broken parts?

Ans:  Algebra

Q. Dwight Eisenhower, was the first president to hold what?

Ans:   Pilots Licence

Q. What does a geophage enjoy?

Ans:   Eating earth

Q. At least a quarter of humanity is what?

Ans:  Short-Sighted

Q. What first occurred at California Disneyland in March 1981?

Ans:  Murder

Q. Who said: Sex with an older woman is best?

Ans:   Ian Fleming

Q. 1300 to 1500 it was illegal for Englishmen to have 3 what a day?

Ans:   Meals. Quiz A to Z

Q. What tree is mentioned just once in the Bible?

Ans:  Poplar

Q. Average Britain consumes 14571 what in their lifetime?

Ans:  Pints of beer

Q. What job involves walking an average 60 miles in a 5 day week?

Ans:  Waiter

Q. The city council of Chico California set a $500 fine for what?

Ans:   Exploding nuclear bomb in city

Q. A tittiliomaniac has a compulsion to do what?

Ans:   Scratch

Q. Fescue is a generic type of what?

Ans:  Grass. Quiz A to Z

Q. Creed Prayer, Alms, Fasting, Pilgrimage – five pillars of what religion?

Ans:   Islam

Q. What does a carpophagous animal feed on?

Ans:  Fruit

Q. How does a Hafiz know The Holy Koran?

Ans:   by Heart

Q. What is the longest river in Australia?

Ans:  Murray (Darling)

Q. Who said, “No sex is better than bad sex”?

Ans:   Germaine Greer

Q. The average person spends 8 years of their life doing what?

Ans:  Being ill

Q. 1987 A Philadelphia Councilor bill banned carrying what in public?

Ans:  Snakes

Q. Pluto (the Planet) was almost called what name?

Ans:  Zeus. Quiz A to Z

Q. Most lipsticks contain what unexpected item?

Ans: Fish Scales

Q. Slugs have four of them – what?

Ans:  Noses

Q. What word in English has the most definitions?

Ans:  Set

Q. John Flynn invented what service in Australia?

Ans:  Flying Doctors

Q. The Greek version of what is called the ‘Septuagint’?

Ans: Old Testament

Q. The eyes of which animal have rectangular pupils?

Ans:  Goat. Quiz A to Z

Q. What is the only bone in the body unattached to any other bone?

Ans:   Hyoid in the throat

Q. There are more than 1500 varieties of what food?

Ans:  Rice

Q. Mageiricophobia is a fear of what?

Ans:   Having to cook

Q. What animal’s eye is larger than its brain?

Ans:  Ostrich

Q. In 1990 there were 15000 accidents involving what?

Ans: Vacuum cleaner

Q. Why did the pirate wear earrings?

Ans:  Improve their eyesight

Q. Under the snow and ice Antarctica is actually a what?

Ans:  Desert

Q. Who took out a $5000 life insurance before dying in battle?

Ans: George Armstrong Custer

Q. Who said, “I’ve sometimes thought of marriage – then re-thought”?

Ans:  Noel Coward. Quiz A to Z

Q. What was the traditional ancient Persian new year’s day gift?

Ans:   Eggs

Q. What common item was a sign of wealth in 19th century England?

Ans:  An Umbrella

Q. What do male butterflies like to lick?

Ans:  Stones – to get nutrients

Q. Elvis Presley collected statues of what famous woman?

Ans:  Joan of Arc

Q. What is the most mentioned name in the Bible?

Ans:  David ( Jesus is second)

Q. Tip, Throat, Vamp, Collar, Shank are parts of what object?

Ans:  Woman’s Shoe. Quiz A to Z

Q. What is a spermologer interested in?

Ans:   Trivia

Q. Who is the biggest landowner in New York City?

Ans:   Catholic Church

Q. What fish can blink its eyes?

Ans:   Shark

Q. It is against the law in Albania to play what on Sundays?

Ans:   Dominos

Q. Hearts bells leaves and acorns card suits which country?

Ans:  Germany

Q. Which vegetable got its name from a precious stone?

Ans: Onion  (large pearl)

Q. On average 100 people, a year choke to death on what?

Ans:  Ballpoint Pens

Q. What language (not dialect) has the most characters in it?

Ans:  Cambodian

Q. Florinzel is a character in which Shakespeare’s play?

Ans: The Winter’s Tale. Quiz A to Z

Q. What is 2000 in Roman Numerals?

Ans:  MM

Q. Who said, “This game is about beating the crap out of everyone”?

Ans: Bears Quarterback Jim McMahon

Q. Who failed his entrance exams to school at age 16?

Ans:  Albert Einstein 

Q.Where are a cricket’s ears located?

Ans:  Front Legs

Q. What is the first race in the Grand Prix season?

Ans:  Brazilian

Q. University of Western Australia developed a robot to do what?

Ans:  To shear sheep

Q. The word Bank comes from the Italian banco – literal meaning what?

Ans: Bench (where money-lender sits)

Q. The Roman road-builders lacked which elementary tool?

Ans:   Wheelbarrow. Quiz A to Z

Q. In 1605 Japanese Emperor made what compulsory in schools?

Ans:  Learning swimming

Q. Who refused the Nobel Literature prize in 1958?

Ans:  Boris Pasternak

Q. A P Herbert editor of Punch once wrote a cheque on what?

Ans:  Side of a cow

Q. What was the Acta Diurna introduced by Julius Caesar 59 B. C.?

Ans:  Daily News (paper) posted in the forum

Q. What happened to women who tried to watch the original Olympics?

Ans:  Thrown off a cliff

Q. Gertrude Ederlie (USA) was the first woman to do what?

Ans:  Swim English Channel

Q. What is the sacred animal of Thailand?

Ans: White Elephant

Q. The word puppy comes from the French poupee – literally what?

Ans:   Doll

Q. Transylvanian people believed sleeping with what was dangerous?

Ans:  Mouth open. Quiz A to Z

Q. We have all heard Hari Krishna – what does Krishna mean?

Ans:  Dark as a cloud

Q. What modern dance was supposed to cure a spider’s bite?

Ans:  Tarantella

Q. A comet for the Greek Kometes literally means what?

Ans:  Long Haired

Q. In Yemen after a wedding what lasts an average of 21 days?

Ans: The wedding feast

Q. Who featured on the cover of the first Rolling Stone magazine?

Ans: John Lennon

Q. What was Christopher Dean’s job before Ice Skating?

Ans: Policeman. Quiz A to Z

Q. An average of 708 what in the USA each year?

Ans:  Tornados

Q. At German country weddings, the couple had to do what together?

Ans: Saw through a log

Q. Satori is a term in which religion?

Ans: Zen Buddhism

Q. What is the fastest swimming ocean fish over 60 mph?

Ans:   Sailfish – Marlin

Q. If you were taking a class in pistology what are you studying?

Ans:  Faith

Q. Pine Eyes is the literal translation of which character’s name?

Ans:  Pinocchio

Q. Feline cats – Bovine Cows – Aquiline what?

Ans: Eagle

Q. The Algonquin Indians believed the earth was on what?

Ans:  Giant tortoise

Q. What country has the highest voting age at 25?

Ans:   Andorra

Q. Two out of 3 adults in the USA suffer from what?

Ans:  Piles. Quiz A to Z

Q. Federal law prohibits the recycling of used – what in the USA?

Ans:  Eyeglasses

Q. What did a ‘clue’ originally mean?

Ans:  Ball of Thread

Q. What animal is the symbol of long life in Korea?

Ans:  Deer

Q. The Japanese believed Earthquakes caused by underground what?

Ans:  Giant Spider

Q. Los Angeles alone has more than the whole of France – what?

Ans:   Judges

Q. In Florida women can be fined for falling asleep under what?

Ans:   Hair Drier

Q. In 19th century Florence it was illegal for women to wear what?

Ans:  Buttons

Q. What is the official state food of Texas?

Ans:  Chilli

Q. What was the name of Rip Van Winkle’s dog?

Ans:   Wolf. Quiz A to Z

Q. Woodbury soap was the first to show what in its advertisements?

Ans: Full-length nude woman, 1936

Q. 24% of American adults admitted to participating in what?

Ans:  Illegal Gambling

Q. All living things contain what?

Ans: Water

Q. In ancient China what meat was reserved for the Emperor?

Ans:  Pork

Q. The name ‘Mark’ translates as what?

Ans:  Hammer

Q. Who was the Queen of Sparta?

Ans:  Helen of Troy

Q. Noologists study what?

Ans: The Mind

Q. In New York, it is illegal to shoot what from a moving trolley car?

Ans:   Rabbits

Q. What animal was the symbol of freedom in ancient Rome?

Ans:  Cat

Q. In what sport did Prince Leopold of Bavaria compete?

Ans:  Motor Racing

Q. What is the world’s most popular first name?

Ans:  Mohammed. Quiz A to Z

Q. The name ‘Gregory’ is from the Greek- meaning what?

Ans:   Watchman

Q. Pope Clement VII made it illegal for anyone else to eat what?

Ans: Mushrooms

Q. Emperor Augustus banned his men from wearing silk – why?

Ans:  It was Effeminate

Q. The Average American does what 22 times a day?

Ans:  Opens Fridge

Q. Who made a TV advertisement for Southern Maid Doughnuts?

Ans: Elvis Presley

Q. Time Magazine named what as the Man of the Year 1982?

Ans: Computer

Q. The first official baseball hat was made of what?

Ans: Straw

Q. Baseball is not a sport – state of mind – can’t learn it – what author?

Ans:   John Steinbeck. Quiz A to Z

Q. The word tragedy is Greek what does it literally mean?

Ans:  Goat Song 

Q. H14 N2 is a poisonous alkaloid consumed daily by millions what?

Ans:   Nicotine

Q. Two out of every five American women do what?

Ans:   Dye their Hair

Q. A duffer is Australian slang for what?

Ans:   Cattle Thief

Q. What common four-legged animals never walk but run?

Ans:   Rabbits

Q. L’Equipe is a French daily newspaper covering mainly what?

Ans:  Sport

Q. In what game would you see Stamen, Blackwood and Gerber?

Ans:  Bridge

Q. The male of what species explodes on mating – then dies?

Ans:  Honeybee

Q. From what modern country does ‘damask’ come from?

Ans:  Syria

Q. Anethum tastes a little like aniseed – what herb is it?

Ans:  Dill. Quiz A to Z

Q. If you were studying Iatrology what would you be studying?

Ans:   Science of Medicine

Q. In Wisconsin, it is against state law to serve apple pie without what?

Ans:  Cheese

Q. In York, it is legal to kill a Scotsman (not on Sundays) with what weapon?

Ans:   Bow and Arrow

Q. What comes in varieties called Duncan, Burgundy and Marsh?

Ans:   Grapefruit

Q. The United Nations in New York was originally where?

Ans: San Francisco

Q. What is the last element – Alphabetically?

Ans:  Zirconium

Q. In what country is the northernmost point of Africa?

Ans:  Tunisia

Q. What kind of animal is Jormangard in Norse mythology?

Ans:  Serpent

Q. Assassin Magazine and Sofa come from which language?

Ans:  Arabic

Q. In what book did we meet the Eoli and the Morlocks?

Ans:  The Time Machine by HG Wells

Q. Where was Harry Houdini born?

Ans:  Budapest, Hungary

Q. Omphalitis is an infection of what part of the body?

Ans:  Navel. Quiz A to Z

Q. In ‘Call of the Wild ‘by Jack London what was the dog’s name?

Ans:  Buck

Q. Charles Bingley was a character in what classic novel?

Ans:   ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austin

Q. What is formed by Orogeny?

Ans:  Mountains

Q. Ha’aretz is a newspaper in which country?

Ans:  Israel

Q. Vootery is the practice of what?

Ans:  Deceit or Lying

Q. What Prophet in the Bible had a talking donkey?

Ans:  Balaam

Q. Who did Perseus turn into stone with the Gorgons head?

Ans: Atlas

Q. Quinsy is the inflammation of which body organ due to abscess?

Ans:  Tonsils

Q. In what religion are the Vedas a central part?

Ans:   Hindu. Quiz A to Z

Q. St. Boniface is the Patron Saint of which country?

Ans:   Germany

Q. Which boys name means – he who resembles God?

Ans: Michael

Q. Scrambled Eggs was the working title of which Beatles song?

AAns:  Yesterday

Q. ‘Abracadabra’ comes from what language?

Ans:  Hebrew

Q. Le Poireau is what type of vegetables?

Ans:  Leek

Q. In Switzerland what device is illegal on Sundays?

Ans:   Lawnmower

Q. Who is the Patron Saint of housewives?

Ans:  Martha

Q. What common word comes from the Latin ‘for who are you’?

Ans:    Quiz. Quiz A to Z

Q. In Alberta, what are you not allowed to Paint (it’s illegal)?

Ans:   Wooden Log

Q. What is studied in Aerology?

Ans:  Planet Mars

Q.Why did sailors wear tattoos?

Ans:  Prevent Catching Pox

Q. In Greek myth who was the first woman?

Ans: Pandora

Q. M31 is the nearest galaxy to us – what is its other name?

Ans:  Andromeda

Q.Napoleon had a fear of what?

Ans:  Aelurophobia (fear for cats)

Q. Where does the word ‘COP’ come from?

Ans:   Constable on Patrol

Q. Who had the motto Non-Sans Droit (not without right)?

Ans:   William Shakespeare

Q. What is the oldest known science?

Ans:  Astronomy. Quiz A to Z

Q. The Louvre Museum – Palace – but what was it first?

Ans:  Fort

Q. If you committed Vaticide who would you have killed?

Ans:  Prophet

Q. If you graduate with a degree in music what colour tassel wear?

Ans:   Pink

Q. Scandinavian aquavit is flavoured with what?

Ans:   Cumin or Caraway

Q. In the Bible who built the ancient city of Babylon?

Ans:   Nimrod

Q. Matador and Sniff are two varieties of what game?

Ans:   Dominoes

Q. Paul Morel was a character in which classic novel?

Ans:    ‘Sons and Lovers’

Q. ‘Ananas’ is French for what food?

Ans:  Pineapple

Q. What singer did Elvis Presley say was the greatest in the world?

Ans:   Roy Orbison

Q. To who is the Wizard of Oz dedicated?

Ans:   The Young in Heart

Q. In Wyoming in June it is illegal to take a picture of what?

Ans:  A Rabbit

Q. Fran Philips of Canada was the first woman to do what?

Ans:  Reach the North Pole

Q. What was the first team sport played in the modern Olympics?

Ans:   Water Polo. Quiz A to Z

Q.Philadelphia cream cheese was introduced in what city?

Ans:  New York

Q. What was Barnaby Jones usual tipple?

Ans:   Milk

Q. In Chicago, it is illegal to eat in a restaurant that is what?

Ans:   On Fire

Q. What actress said, “I acted vulgar – Madonna is vulgar”?

Ans: Marlene Dietrich

Q. In Pennsylvania, it is illegal to sell fireworks to whom?

Ans:  Pennsylvania residents

Q. Arthur Flegenheimer became notorious under what name?

Ans:  Dutch Schultz

Q. Old superstition – a sneezing cat means what?

Ans:  It will rain

Q. What does the family name ‘Perkins’ mean?

Ans:   The Rock

Q.What instrument does Grumpy play in Disney’s Snow White?

Ans: Organ. Quiz A to Z

Q. Vienna is the setting for what Shakespeare’s play?

Ans:  Measure for Measure

Q. What was discovered at Qumran Dead Sea?

Ans:   Scrolls

Q. The giant Kvasir in Norse mythology has what power?

Ans:  Wisdom

Q. Kimgazer is a newspaper in what country?

Ans:  Cyprus

Q. Rawdon Crawley was a character in what classic novel?

Ans:   Vanity Fair

Q. In Minnesota what pleasurable activity is totally illegal?

Ans: Oral Sex

Q. If you practice Encraty what are you doing?

Ans:  Self-restraint

Q. By law in China to go to school, you must be what?

Ans:  Intelligent

Q. Three Scottish kings and eight Popes share what name?

Ans: Alexander

Q. What Latin word means ‘elsewhere’?

Ans:  Alibi

Q. What emergency safety device was first used in 1945?

Ans:    Ejector Seat

Q. What is the literal meaning of ‘Graffiti Scratched’?

Ans:  Drawings

Q. What is the only French-speaking republic in America?

Ans:  Haiti. Quiz A to Z

Q. What Italian word means ‘swank’?

Ans:   Mafia

Q. By law in Denmark before driving you must check the car for what?

Ans:  Children Underneath

Q. What were destroyed by the Great Fire of London?

Ans:   Churches

Q.Who was commissioned to rebuild London after the Great Fire?

Ans:  Sir Christopher Wren

Q. ‘Lusitania’ was the Roman name of what modern country?

Ans:   Portugal

Q.What was the first day of the year in the Roman calendar?

Ans:  25th March

Q. What Spanish title is equivalent to a ‘princess’?

Ans:  Infanta

Q. What Japanese word means ‘good for nothing’?

Ans:  Yakuza

Q.In Israel on Saturday it is illegal to do what?

Ans:  Pick Your Nose

Q. ‘Yggdrasil ‘is what in Norse mythology?

Ans:  Tree

Q. ‘Kerkira’ is the Greek name for what Island?

Ans:   Corfu

Q. In what country was Bonnie Prince Charlie born?

Ans:  Italy. Quiz A to Z

Q. What does ‘Karaoke’ literally mean?

Ans:  Empty Orchestra

Q. What is the bass ‘Xylophone’ called?

Ans:   Marimba

Q. Gladys Mary Smith became famous under what name?

Ans:   Mary Pickford

Q. What would you do with your ‘Koko’ in Japan?

Ans:   Play it (it is a musical instrument)

Q. Around the alter of which god was the early Greek plays done?

Ans:   Dionysus

Q. A Scotsman tosses his caber – what does ‘caber’ literally mean?

Ans:   Pole

Q. ‘Mintonette’ was the original name of what sport?

Ans:  Volleyball

Q. Tia Maria – Vodka and Coke make what cocktail?

Ans:  Black Russian

Q. In what country did stamp collecting start?

Ans:  France. Quiz A to Z

Q. Which Shakespeare’s play has an English place name in its title?

Ans:  The Merry Wives of Windsor

Q.What’s the name of the world’s first National theatre?

Ans:   Comedie Francaise (Paris, 1680)

Q. Who wrote ‘The Witches of East Wick’?

Ans:  John Updike

Q. E H Shepherd illustrated which series of stories?

Ans:  Winnie the Pooh

Q. Albrecht Durer drew what – without ever seeing one?

Ans:  Rhinoceros

Q. Bam Yat and Holon are in which country?

Ans:  Israel

Q. Where do the White and Blue Niles join?

Ans:   Khartoum (in Sudan)

Q. What appears in the middle of the Rwandan flag?

Ans:  R (in capital style). Quiz A to Z

Q. ‘Kakiemon’ is what Japanese product?

Ans:   Porcelain

Q. ‘Aotearoa’ is the Maori name for New Zealand – what’s it meaning?

Ans:   Long Daylight

Q. C2 H5 OH is the formula of what?

Ans:   Alcohol

Q. In what country is Lego land?

Ans:  Denmark

Q. Who was assassinated by her own bodyguard in 1984?

Ans:  Indira Gandhi 

Q. Who said – Remember time is money?

Ans:   Benjamin Franklin

Q. Which of Jesus disciples was the treasurer?

Ans:   Judas Escariot

Q. In the Old Testament who married his cousins Leah and Rachel?

Ans:   Jacob

Q. Aegis belonged to Zeus- what was Aegis?

Ans:   A Shield

Q. What disease is spread in minute water droplets?

Ans:  Legionnaires Disease

Q. By Law – Nebraska Barbers can’t do what between 7 am and 7 pm?

Ans:   Eat Onions

Q. Who was the governor of New South Wales in 1808?

Ans:  Captain William Bligh

Q. Who said: Necessity is the mother of invention?

Ans:   Ovid. Quiz A to Z

Q. Which metal gets its name from Swedish for heavy stone?

Ans:   Tungsten

Q. ‘Solanum Tuberosum’ is the Latin name for what plant?

Ans:   Potato

Q. What are young bats called?

Ans:   Pups

Q. What plant has flowers but no leaves?

Ans:   Cactus

Q. In Greek mythology who was the guardian spirits of the sea?

Ans:  Neriads. Quiz A to Z

Q. By Law in North Carolina, you can’t do what?

Ans:   Sing out of Tune

Q. In what country are the ports Oran and Bone?

Ans:   Algeria

Q. St. Luke followed what profession before joining Jesus?

Ans: Medicine

Q. I will please – is the Latin translation of what medical treatment?

Ans:   Placebo

Q. What mountain – Greeks believe was the home of the Muses?

Ans:  Helicon

Q. Nick Nolte played the Poor Man who played the Rich Man?

Ans:  Peter Strauss

Q. By Law in Washington, it is illegal to do what?

Ans:  Ride an ugly Horse

Q. In what city is the world’s largest medieval cathedral?

Ans: Seville

Q. Who was the Roman Goddess of Peace?

Ans:  Pax

Q. In wacky races what was the gang of criminals called?

Ans:   The Ant Hill Mob

Q. I get around – was a hit for which group?

Ans:   Beach Boys

Q. Inspector Bucket appears in which Dickens’ novel?

Ans:    Bleak House

Q. By Law in Massachusetts, what can you not do to a pigeon?

Ans:   Scare it. Quiz A to Z

Q. Stanley Burrell became famous as who?

Ans:   MC Hammer

Q. What is the Latin name for the North Star?

Ans:  Polaris

Q. What is a baby squirrel called?

Ans:   Kit or Kitten

Q. Marduk was the creator of the world to what ancient people?

Ans:   Babylonians

Q.Who said – “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation”?

Ans:  Henry Thoreau

Q. By law in Boston what is banned from the back seat of a car?

Ans:  Gorillas

Q. By Law in Tulsa, you need a licensed engineer to open what?

Ans:  Soda Bottle

Q. Alphonso D’Abruzzo became famous as who?

Ans:   Alan Alda

Q. Who is Warner Brother’s oldest cartoon character?

Ans:  Porky Pig. Quiz A to Z

Q. July 14th is a national day of celebration in what country?

Ans: France (Bastille Day- from 1789)

Q. If you are born in March what is your flower?

Ans: Violet

Q. 49% of Americans go out to dinner on what day?

Ans:  Their Birthday

Q. CANAM is a major competition in what ‘sport’?

Ans:  Cheerleading

Q. By law, Las Cruces New Mexico can’t carry what in the main street?

Ans:   Lunch box

Q. What city was once called ‘York’?

Ans:  Toronto 

Q. David Robert Hayward-Jones became famous as who?

Ans:  David Bowie

Q. What sport is legal in only 16 American States?

Ans:   Greyhound Racing

Q. Grevys and Burchells are types of what animal?

Ans:  Zebra

Q. What was Fonzy’s favourite magazine?

Ans:  Hot Rod. Quiz A to Z

Q. In what American state do most people walk to work?

Ans:  Alaska

Q. 91% of Americans do what regularly?

Ans:  Lie

Q. In Alabama, it is illegal to be what while driving?

Ans:  Blindfolded

Q. What word spells the same French, English, German, Swedish?

Ans:   Taxi

Q.Hamburgers were invented in what country?

Ans:  China

Q. ‘Eureka’ – is the state motto of what state?

Ans:   California

Q’.Clinophobia’ is the fear of what?

Ans: Beds

Q. What star had a job as an aircraft factory inspector?

Ans:  Marilyn Munroe

Q. Ernest Evans became famous under what name?

Ans:  Chubby Checker

Q.In Montana, it is a felony for a wife to open her husband’s what?

Ans:   Mail

Q. What boys scout merit badge is earned most often?

Ans:   First Aid. Quiz A to Z

Q. Who was the wise cat in TS Eliot’s book of cats?

Ans:  Old Deuteronomy

Q. One in four Americans has done what?

Ans:   Appeared on TV

Q. In 1974 Somalia created its first-ever what?

Ans:  Written language

Q. What is the birth flower for January?

Ans:   Carnation

Q. In Arkansas, it is illegal to keep what in your bathtub?

Ans:  Alligator

Q. In Georgia what can you not keep in your bathtub?

Ans:  Donkey

Q. Leonard Sly became famous as who?

Ans:  Roy Rodgers. Quiz A to Z

Q. Perry Como the singer once worked as what?

Ans:  A Barber

Q. What colour did Ida McKinley ban from the White House?

Ans:   Yellow

Q. Who said – computers are useless they only give you answers?

Ans:   Pablo Picasso

Q. What country has a Bible on its flag?

Ans:   Dominican Republic

Q. What animal can smell a virgin same type from 1.8 miles away?

Ans:   Gypsy Moth

Q. What county first used pepper?

Ans:  China

Q. In Florida public singing is illegal if you are wearing what?

Ans:   Swimsuit

Q. Every year 8800 people injure themselves with what?

Ans:  Toothpick

Q. 98% of Japanese citizens are done what?

Ans:   Cremated. Quiz A to Z

Q. What is the only number in English that has letters in alpha order?

Ans:  Forty

Q. Silvester in Germany is what day in the USA / England?

Ans:  New Years Eve

Q. What is the world’s largest herb?

Ans:   Banana

Q. What is the only river that flows both north and south of the equator?

Ans:   The Congo

Q. An average American consumes 600 what a year?

Ans:  Cans of Soda

Q. Clark Gable had what job before acting?

Ans:   Telephone Repairman

Q. In Beaconsfield Quebec, it is illegal to own what?

Ans:   Log Cabin

Q.Who said, “Too much of a good thing is wonderful”?

Ans:   Mae West

Q. What is the most ordered seafood item in a restaurant?

Ans:  Shrimp

Q. ‘Schmuck’ in German literally means what?

Ans:   Jewellery

Q. In Providence Rhode Island it is illegal to buy what on a Sunday?

Ans:   Toothbrush

Q. What is Bart Simpson’s middle name?

Ans:  Jo Jo

Q. There are 42 what in a standard deck of cards (exclude jokers)?

Ans:  Eyes. Quiz A to Z

Q. Mary Catherine Collins became famous as who?

Ans:   Bo Derek

Q. In Minnesota, it is illegal to wear what in bed?

Ans:    Nothing i.e. be naked

Q. Raquel Welch was once a what?

Ans:  Weather girl

Q. What happens to 12% of Americans each year?

Ans:   Arrested

Q.In 1983 a Japanese artist copied the Mona Lisa in what material?

Ans:  Toast

Q. In the US on what Day is most collect calls reverse charges made?

Ans:  Father’s Day

Q. What country has the most doughnut shops per capita?

Ans:  Canada

Q. Poona was the original name of what sport/game?

Ans:   Badminton

Q. Who sang the theme song for The Love Boat?

Ans:   Jack Jones

Q. In Cheyenne Wyoming it is illegal to do what on Wednesday?

Ans:  Take a shower

Q. Who invented Scissors?

Ans:   Leonardo Da Vinci

Q. What is the name for 100th of a second?

Ans:   A Jiffy. Quiz A to Z

Q. Who said, “never kick a fresh turd on a hot day”?

Ans:   Harry S Truman

Q. Who was the first African-American to play in an NBA game?

Ans:   Earl Lloyd

Q. 10% (by weight) of the world’s land animals are what species?

Ans:  Ants

Q. Diane Belmont became famous as who?

Ans: Lucille Ball

Q. What star was once a vacuum cleaner salesman?

Ans:  Rock Hudson

Q. In Texarkana it’s illegal to ride a horse at night without what?

Ans:   Tail Lights

Q. In Connecticut, a pickle must do what to be legal?

Ans:   Bounce . Quiz A to Z

Q. 14% of Americans could not identify which country on a map?

Ans:  America

Q. What is the only bird with a fully formed penis?

Ans:   Swan

Q. In the film Gremlins, what is the true name for the Gizmos race?

Ans:  Mogwai. . Quiz A to Z

Q. What are the ridges on corduroy called?

Ans:  Wales

Q. What is the official sport of Maryland?

Ans: Jousting

Q. In Italian translation who is ‘Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang’?

Ans:   James Bond

Q.It is against the law to do what to the Mayor of Paris?

Ans:  Stare at Him

Q. In Hartford Connecticut it is illegal to educate what?

Ans:  Your dog

Q. The milk of what creature will not curdle?

Ans:  Camel. Quiz A to Z

Q. Collective nouns – what are a group of apes called?

Ans:  Shrewdness

Q. What do cockroaches do every fifteen minutes?

Ans:  Fart. Quiz A to Z

Q. The initials p c on a medicine means it should be taken when?

Ans:   After Meals

Q. Babies are born without what?

Ans:  Knee Caps (form at 2- 6 years)

Q. What animal eats, rests and sleeps on its back?

Ans:  Sea Otter

Q. 2% of Americans admit to doing what?

Ans:   Affair with Postman. Quiz A to Z

Q. In Vermont, it is illegal to do what underwater?

Ans:  Whistle

Q. Sigmund Freud had a phobia – what was he afraid of?

Ans:   Ferns. Quiz A to Z

Q. In Portland Maine, it is illegal to put what under a girl’s chin?

Ans:   Feather Duster

Q. 80% of Americans say they believe in what?

Ans:   Miracles

Q. The Invisible Empire is better known as what?

Ans:  Klu Klux Klan

Q. A castrated male reindeer is known as what?

Ans:  Bull

Q. What is the most played song on radio USA in the 20th century?

Ans:  You’ve lost that loving

Q. What does WD stand for in WD 40?

Ans:  Water Displacer. Quiz A to Z

Q. In Baldwin Park California where is it illegal to ride your bike?

Ans:   In a Swimming Pool

Q. If you were caught pandiculating what were you doing?

Ans:   Yawning

Q. 1 in 20 women says they have never touched what?

Ans:   Shovel. Quiz A to Z

Q. Persian Sultan Selim hanged 2 doctors -why?

Ans:    They advised the Sultan to stop drinking coffee

Q.What is the most popular meal ordered in US restaurants?

Ans:  Fried Chicken

Q. In what country are Fuji Film rolls made?

Ans: Germany

Q. What animal’s head appears on the label of Gordon’s Gin?

Ans:  Boar

Q. What happens every 45 seconds in the USA?

Ans:  House Fire. Quiz A to Z

Q. In Germany what can you not wear during a strike?

Ans:   A Mask

Q. What colour toothbrush do most people have?

Ans:   Blue

Q. Homichloriphobia is the fear of what?

Ans:   Fog. Quiz A to Z

Q.What is Pennsylvania’s official drink?

Ans:   Milk

Q. 60% of English women cannot orgasm without what?

Ans:   Vibrator

Q.Who was Time magazine man of the year 1952?

Ans:   Queen Elizabeth II

Q. In what film was the first flushing toilet seen?

Ans:   Psycho

Q. The word ‘vinegar’ comes from French meaning what?

Ans:   Sour Wine . Quiz A to Z

Q. In ancient Rome by law prostitutes had to do what?

Ans:   Dye blond or wear a blond wig

Q. In Athens, they can remove your driving licence if found what?

Ans:   Poorly dressed or unbathed

Q. In Paris what has been defined as a deadly weapon?

Ans:  Ashtray

Q. 80% of vibrator using English women don’t do what with it?

Ans:   Insert it

Q. In Bavaria what is defined as a staple food?

Ans:   Beer

Q. There are more what in Italy than Canadians in Canada?

Ans:   Barbie Dolls. 0 0 0.

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