HSL’s Weekly Quiz! 7th May
Hello and welcome to your weekly dose of trivia. Some of you may have done a few of our quizzes by now – we hope you’re enjoying them and getting some good quiz scores!
Like you, we’ve been spending most of our time at home, so we’re making sure that we practice gratitude for the little things. Right now, we’re enjoying the return of one of our favourite TV series, The Yorkshire Vet on Channel 5, spotting blooming wildlife on short walks in the sunshine and getting cosy with a really good book whilst listening to the sound of rain outside.
We hope you’re able to find enjoyment in the small things too; if you would like a friendly chat about what your favourite TV show is at the moment, or anything else at all, our Comfort Specialists welcome your call! Give us a ring for free on 0800 023 4716.
Enough of us yapping, let the trivia commence!
- How many holes are there on a typical golf course?
2. The Reichstag building is in which European city?
- Which dance originated in the 1880s in the Argentina and Uruguay border region?
- Which glove puppet would you associate with Mr. Derek?
- Who was the leader of the Soviet Union from the 1920s until his death in 1953?
- Which French phrase is used in English to mean a mistake or false step?
- On a Monopoly board, what colour is Trafalgar Square?
- Marion Crane is the tragic figure in which cult horror film?
- Sicily is the largest island in which sea?
- Where In Britain Is Ronaldsway Airport?
- There are four main blood groups, can you name them?
- Which Apollo mission was the last to take a man to the moon?
- The Parthenon, in Greece, is dedicated to which goddess?
- Mount Everest is in which mountain chain?
- Which silent movie star was played by Robert Downey Jr in 1992?
- In darts, what is the lowest score not possible to score with one dart?
- In Cockney rhyming slang terms, how much money is a ‘pony’?
- Whose autobiography is entitled Long Walk to Freedom?
- In which English seaside town was ‘Fawlty Towers’ set?
- Literally meaning “angry” in Italian, which spicy sauce for pasta is made from garlic, tomatoes, and dried red chili peppers cooked in olive oil?
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