Monday, 6 July 2020

Quiz

Last week I set the questions for the canteen quiz. Here they are in case you want to play along at home, or you want to use them.

1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
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1.1 At traffic lights, what colour comes after you see red and amber together?
1.2 In what country is the Ganges river?
1.3 What form did the Greek god Zues take when he seduced Leda?
1.4 How many claws on an ordinary domestic cat?
1.5 Where are the TT motorcyle races held?


2. IN ORDER TO RECOGNISE THE QUOTATIONS
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(Name the book, play, film, poem, series, etc. that these well known quotes come from)
2.1 "To be or not to be?"
2.2 "I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure."
2.3 "It was the best of times. It was the worst of times."
2.4 "The best laid schemes of mice and men" (not the Steinbeck book. Will accept author or first line)
2.5 "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."


3. LYRICS
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(Name the song that these lines come from)
3.1 "Just a small town girl Livin' in a lonely world. She took the midnight train goin' anywhere"
3.2 "There ain't no love, no Montagues or Capulets just banging tunes and DJ sets"
3.3 "All the lonely people where do they all come from? All the lonely people where do they all belong?"
3.4 "Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof. Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth"
3.5 "There must be some kind of way outta here said the joker to the thief. There's too much confusion I can't get no relief"


4. POSH NOSH
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(Give the common name for these fancy sounding dishes)
4.1 A traditional Cornish medley of steak and root vegetables, served en croute.
4.2 Slow cooked harricots in a rich tomato jus, served over pain grillé.
4.3 Extra fine sliced potatoes fried golden and presented in a diaphanous pocket.
4.4 A water-infusion of top-leaf camellia clouded with cows milk.
4.5 A layered snack of bread, Saddleback rashers, hearts of romain and love-apple.


5. FICTIONAL PLACES
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(Name the book, play, film, poem, series, etc. that feature these buildings or establishments)
5.1 Nakatomi Plaza
5.2 Mos Eisley Cantina
5.3 Los Pollos Hermanos
5.4 Lassiters Complex
5.5 221b Baker Street


6. LOST IN TRANSLATION
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(Translate from American English to British English)
6.1 Elevator
6.2 Jelly
6.3 Median Strip
6.4 Suspenders
6.5 Hard Cider


7. GRADES
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(Identify what is being measured or graded)
7.1 Bogey, Par, Birdie, Eagle.
7.2 Toy, Miniature, Standard.
7.3 Smooth, Second Cut, Bastard.
7.4 Baby, Drawing Room, Full Size, Concert.
7.5 Score, Pony, Ton, Monkey, Grand.


8. MEMEOLOGY
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8.1 What key do you press to pay your respects?
8.2 What do you do if someone is having a stronk?
8.3 Complete this phrase: "All your base ___ ______ __ __"
8.4 What film does this classic line of dialogue come from: "Oh hi Mark"
8.5 What's the name of an angry entitled woman who's unhappy with the service and wants to speak to the manager?


9. SCAV HUNT
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(You have 4 minutes to collect as many of these items as you can)
9.1 A hat.
9.2 A bucket.
9.3 Any bit of sports equipment with which you strike a ball.
9.4 Something older than you are.
9.5 Empty cardboard box.


10. OLD JOKES HOME
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10.1 How do you make a Venetian blind?
10.2 What do Blackpool donkeys get for lunch?
10.3 Why don't polar bears eat penguins?
10.4 What did the dyslexic pimp do?
10.5 What's Brown and Sticky?

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