Quiz 46

Quiz 46 – Round 2 – Hobbies

This round is all about collectors. What type of items would the following people collect?

1. Arctophile

Teddy Bears

2. Numismatist


3. Cartomaniac


4. Memomagnetist

Magnets/Fridge Magnets

5. Brolliologist


6. Digitabulist


7. Philatelist


8. Deltiologist


9. Conchologist


10. Bibliophile






Quiz 46 – Round 3 – Entertainment

This round is all about common myths, old wives’ tales and superstitions.

1. According to myth, what effect is eating the crusts on your bread supposed to have on your hair?

Make it go curly

2. Eating which vegetable apparently helps you to see in the dark?


3. Dreams from which night should never be told on a Saturday?

Friday night

4. How many magpies represent silver, according to the superstitious rhyme?


5. Through which part of your body is it sometimes said you lose most of your body heat?

Your head

6. What does an itchy right palm represent?

Receiving money

7. Why do some people throw salt over their shoulder?

To blind the devil

8. Eating which food before bed is supposed to give you nightmares?


9. How many years of bad luck is one supposed to receive after breaking a mirror?


10. What should you eat and how often should you eat it in order to keep the doctor away?

An apple a day






Quiz 46 – Round 4 – The World

1. Which country joined the Euro in January 2014?


2. Which is the southernmost capital city in Europe?

Nicosia (Cyprus)

3. Which two other South American countries border Uruguay?

Argentina and Brazil

4. Who held the post of Chancellor of Germany before Angela Merkel?

Gerhard Schröder

5. What is the currency of Singapore?

Singapore Dollar

6. In which country would you find the Okapi Wildlife Reserve?

Democratic Republic of the Congo

7. In which country would you find the cities of Plovdiv, Varna and Burgas?


8. In which English county is Chesterfield?


9. In which country is Timbuktu?

Republic of Mali

10. The river Witham flows through which English city?






Music quiz

Quiz 46 – Round 5 – Music

Opening lyrics this week – can you name the song?

1. “I never saw it as the start, it’s more a change of heart.”

The Day We Caught the Train – Ocean Colour Scene

2. “I was born in a cross-fire hurricane.”

Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones

3. “There must be some kind of way out of here, said the joker to the thief.”

All Along the Watchtower – Bob Dylan/Jimi Hendrix

4. “Give me a second I need to get my story straight.”

We Are Young – Fun.

5. “I am an Antichrist.”

Anarchy in the UK – Sex Pistols

6. “A winter’s day in a deep and dark December.”

I Am a Rock – Simon and Garfunkel

7. “In the blink of an eye I was falling from the sky, in the blur you took my breath away.”

Laserlight – Jessie J

8. “I guess it’s funnier from where you’re standing, ’cause over here I missed the joke.”

Clown – Emeli Sandé

9. “Today is gonna be the day that they’re gonna throw it back to you.”

Wonderwall – Oasis

10. “You must remember this, a kiss is still a kiss.”

As Time Goes By (From the musical ‘Everybody’s Welcome’ and the film ‘Casablanca’)





Sport quiz questions

Quiz 46 – Round 6 – Sport

Which UK football teams have the following nicknames?

1. Baggies

West Bromwich Albion

2. Canaries

Norwich City

3. Railwaymen

Crewe Alexandra

4. Gunners


5. Terriers

Huddersfield Town

6. Trotters

Bolton Wanderers

7. Super Hoops

Queens Park Rangers

8. Hammers

West Ham United

9. Black Cats


10. Citizens

Manchester City





Free Pub Quizzes

Quiz 46 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. In theatrical terms, what is the term ‘prop’ short for?


2. In which country would you find the Troodos mountains?


3. The rock band Marillion got their name from a book by which author?

J.R.R. Tolkien (Silmarillion)

4. Who wrote the 1990 autobiography ‘An American Life’?

Ronald Reagan

5. Who provided the voice for Dory in the 2003 cartoon film ‘Finding Nemo’?

Ellen DeGeneres

6. ‘Cob’ and ‘pen’ are the male and female respectively of which type animal?


7. In which television comedy series did Paul Shane and Sue Pollard play father and daughter?

You Rang M’Lord

8. Which musical instrument is the smallest member of the flute family?


9. Who recorded the 1997 album ‘OK Computer’?


10. What is a ‘doodle-sack’? (Can by hyphenated or unhyphenated)

A set of Bagpipes