Creative Options Wednesday 16th September 2020 Quiz Questions
1. On this day in 1963, which country was formed from a number of countries, including Malaya, Sabbah and Sarawak?
2. Which food item was advertised using the cartoon characters Snap, Crackle and Pop?
3. Every August Bank Holiday near Llanwrtyd Wells in Wales, the World Championships for which water-based sport takes place? Is it (a) lake diving, (b) white water rafting or (c) bog snorkelling?
4. “Freedom” was the first UK top ten hit for which Robbie? Clue: It was a cover of a George Michael song.
5. Which magician, born on this day in 1956, is known for his large-scale illusions, including making the Statue of Liberty disappear?
6. What is the only bird that can hover in the air and ﬂy backwards? Clue: It is also the smallest bird in the world.
7. Which country originated the term “plonk” for wine?
8. What type of dog is named after a king?
9. Which singer was known affectionately as “Old Blue Eyes”?
10. What is beef fillet, cooked in puff pastry called?
11. What colour is paprika?
12. Which size of newspaper is smaller, tabloid or broadsheet?
13. The French term déjà vu, is used to describe an overwhelming sense of familiarity with something that shouldn't be familiar at all. What is the literal translation of déjà vu? Is it (a) already seen, (b) already heard or (c) already spoken?
14. What are baby goats called?
15. Which British king suffered from a stammer, as portrayed by Colin Firth in “The King’s Speech”?