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    I say Pub, You Say quiz,

    Right, I've gotta host a pub quiz tomorrow night, & with 'er indoors being ready to sprog-drop any second & tonnes of other stuff going on,( & the fact that I can be a bit of a lazy ****) I've not gotten round to writing me questions.

    If anyone of you amazing folk has got the inclination, I need 6 rounds of questions, with 4 questions in each round. The categories are - sport, food & drink, science & nature, geography, tv, & current affairs.

    So thats 4 questions on each category, I usually start off with an easy question in each category & make them a tad harder.

    Any suggestions for any other categories/questions welcome but I need 4 questions & answers as well because my brain has frozen today for some reason.

    Rep left for any help & muchos gratias from the bedford of love in advance!

    Also takes our minds off dodgy photos!

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    Sport - Who won F1 2007 - Kimi Raikkonan (however you spell it)

    How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

    for TV. Which Eastenders character will be returning for a year after a brief stint a couple of months ago

    Charlie Brooks ( Janine Butcher)

    Who won the world cup in 1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006 - Italy

    Original Poster

    Nice one guys - dont forget to give me answers to the questions as well cos i'm a bit 't-hick'!!

    keep em coming - im just copying them into my quizcomputer thingy ( excel) & I'll leave me rep when im done.

    Which English Football team won the European Cup back to back in 1979 and 1980?


    My team ofc. Nottingham Forest!

    Who beat Germany 2-1 in World Cup 2008?

    Croatia.

    Science and nature:
    1. What is the chemical symbol for helium? ................He
    2. How many eyes does a spider have? ............... 8
    3. What is the (S.I.) unit for measruing force ................ Newton
    4. What is Doctor Ignacz Semmelweiss (1818-1865) now regarded as the father of the cure to ...... antisepsis/bed fever/ death due to infections at child-birth

    chesso;2331799

    Science and nature:1. What is the chemical symbol for helium? … Science and nature:1. What is the chemical symbol for helium? ................He2. How many eyes does a spider have? ............... 83. What is the (S.I.) unit for measruing force ................ Newton4. What is Doctor Ignacz Semmelweiss (1818-1865) now regarded as the father of the cure to ...... antisepsis/bed fever/ death due to infections at child-birth



    I have a good one!!

    Who descovered the fungus Penicillium notatum - Alexander Fleming

    t0mm;2331808

    I have a good one!!Who descovered the fungus Penicillium notatum - … I have a good one!!Who descovered the fungus Penicillium notatum - Alexander Fleming


    The antibiotic properties of, not the actual fungus!
    (and it wasn't really him but someone in his lab)

    Original Poster

    chesso;2331799

    Science and nature:1. What is the chemical symbol for helium? … Science and nature:1. What is the chemical symbol for helium? ................He2. How many eyes does a spider have? ............... 83. What is the (S.I.) unit for measruing force ................ Newton4. What is Doctor Ignacz Semmelweiss (1818-1865) now regarded as the father of the cure to ...... antisepsis/bed fever/ death due to infections at child-birth



    Spot on, that's exactly how i structure the categories in the quiz - easy through to hard!

    Thanks everyone! - making an old boy's life easy tonight!! rep left when i've written it out!

    Q. Which is the first animal listed in the Oxford English Dictionary?

    A. Aardvark

    chesso;2331828

    The antibiotic properties of, not the actual fungus!(and it wasn't really … The antibiotic properties of, not the actual fungus!(and it wasn't really him but someone in his lab)



    Well he knew that it killed bacteria but didn't have no money to fund development until Florey and Chain came along and then Fleming tried to steal their glory.

    Q. What does the acronym SCUBA stand for?

    A. Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus

    Q. Which Chelsea manager was sacked on 12 September 2000?

    A. Gianluca Vialli

    Q. Which cricket ground is the headquarters of the MCC?

    A. Lords

    Q. Which British driver won the British Grand Prix in 1999?

    A. David Coulthard

    Q.What will be played at The Lords (cricket) in the 2012 olympics?

    Archery.

    Q. What nationality is Jean Marc Bosman, famous for his ‘Bosman Ruling’ affecting football throughout Europe?

    A. Belgian

    t0mm;2331840

    Well he knew that it killed bacteria but didn't have no money to fund … Well he knew that it killed bacteria but didn't have no money to fund development until Florey and Chain came along and then Fleming tried to steal their glory.


    Good correction ( to bacteria)!!
    You may be interested in this:
    timelinescience.org/res…htm

    Original Poster

    These are all wicked.

    Now after in particular

    food & drink,
    current affairs, geography, history.

    But any will do as i do the quiz fortnightly & i'll keep any for future.

    Cheers guys.

    chesso;2331886

    Good correction!!You may be interested in … Good correction!!You may be interested in this:http://www.timelinescience.org/resource/students/pencilin/unsuhero.htm



    Its one of the only parts of medical history I'm interested in.

    Which Shipyard built the Titanic - Harland and Wolff, Belfast

    mrtootough;2331945

    Which Shipyard built the Titanic - Harland and Wolff, Belfast



    Where was Titanic registered?

    Liverpool (hence liverpool written on the back)

    t0mm;2331918

    Its one of the only parts of medical history I'm interested in.


    Florence Nightingale is rather more interesting then the folk-lore that was set up as propaganda during the Crimean War. In fact she seemed to loathe her 'public image', and it's not true that she cut deaths during that war - they were higher even than usual. Worth a google!!

    chesso;2331967

    Florence Nightingale is rather more interesting then the folk-lore that … Florence Nightingale is rather more interesting then the folk-lore that was set up as propaganda during the Crimean War. In fact she seemed to loathe her 'public image', and it's not true that she cut deaths during that war - they were higher even than usual. Worth a google!!



    Indeed. I find Louis Pasteur quite interesting too.

    You could have a bit of fun by asking what Ernst Gräfenberg is famous for..... and then joke how he was the only man to find it.

    Science: How long to fall all the way through a tunnel through the earth? Assuming no air resistance etc.

    A: 42 minutes.

    v2drinkers;2332161

    Can you fall all the way through the earth? wouldnt gravity start pulling … Can you fall all the way through the earth? wouldnt gravity start pulling you to the centre until you got stuck in the middle?



    I was tempted to post that or people in australia would fall off the earth!

    v2drinkers;2332161

    Can you fall all the way through the earth? wouldnt gravity start pulling … Can you fall all the way through the earth? wouldnt gravity start pulling you to the centre until you got stuck in the middle?



    That's why you have to assume no air resistance, it's just like a pendulum, you'd just reach the other side.

    Original Poster

    If i used that one in the quiz, it would cause a similar but drink-fuelled pub debate. Especially among some of the more argumentative victor-meldrew quiz heads!

    v2drinkers;2332377

    Even with no air resistance after you get through the middle the gravity … Even with no air resistance after you get through the middle the gravity would slow you down so you would not reach the other side and you would end up going back and forward slightly less every time until you stuck at the middle. Gravity has nothing to do with air resistance.Yep your right.Hic! Can Oi ave another pint please



    Gravity would pull you towards the middle and then gravity would slow you down until you reached the other side.

    sciam.com/art…-wa

    thej;2332429

    What is the only city in the world located on two continents? - Istanbul



    Yekaterinburg, Russia is too.

    thej;2332429

    What is the only city in the world located on two continents? - Istanbul



    slotbadger;2349666

    Yekaterinburg, Russia is too.



    And Eastbourne............1 side This continent the other side Incontinent :w00t:

    hottoshop;2349976

    And Eastbourne............1 side This continent the other side … And Eastbourne............1 side This continent the other side Incontinent :w00t:



    Aaaaargh,that was terrible,lol.:-D
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