Quick Fire Quiz - 22 March 2023

Quick Fire Quiz - 22 March 2023

Mar 22, 2023

QUICK FIRE QUIZ QUESTIONS  


These are always popular. Give yourself 60 seconds and see how many you can get right within the time limit. These questions are a little easier than normal; think Tipping Point quiz rounds for the coin builder.

YOUR 60 SECONDS STARTS…….NOW!

QUESTIONS

1. AJ is the nickname for which British boxer?

2. Lord Farquad, Donkey and Puss all appear in which animated film franchise?

3. The Mersey River flows into which sea?

4. What was the surname of Richard (Ritchie), played by Rik Mayall, in the TV comedy, ‘Bottom’?

5. According to UK and EU law, Cheddar Cheese can only be called Cheddar if it is made in which UK county?

6. Which Spice Girl was the first to achieve a solo number single with the song, ‘I Want You Back’ in September 1998?

7. Sports fixtures are played in a stadium, what is the plural for more than one stadium?

8. Which character in ‘Friends’ originally had the surname, Buffay?

9. Which English Premier League Football Club has a mascot named Monty the Magpie?

10. ‘The Stone Roses’ were a pop/rock indie band from which city in the UK?

 

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ANSWERS

REMEMBER YOU ONLY HAD 60 SECONDS TO GET THE ANSWERS!

1. AJ is the nickname for which British boxer?
ANTHONY JOSHUA

2. Lord Farquad, Donkey and Puss all appear in which animated film franchise?
SHREK

3. The Mersey River flows into which sea?
IRISH SEA

4. What was the surname of Richard (Ritchie), played by Rik Mayall, in the TV comedy, ‘Bottom’?
RICHARD (His name was Richard Richard)

5. According to UK and EU law, Cheddar Cheese can only be called Cheddar if it is made in which UK county?
SOMERSET

6. Which Spice Girl was the first to achieve a solo number single with the song, ‘I Want You Back’ in September 1998?
MELANIE C (Sporty Spice)

7. Sports fixtures are played in a stadium, what is the plural for more than one stadium?
STADIA (Will also accept STADIUMS as a plural as this is also used)

8. Which character in ‘Friends’ originally had the surname, Buffay?
PHOEBE

9. Which English Premier League Football Club has a mascot named Monty the Magpie?
NEWCASTLE UNITED

10. ‘The Stone Roses’ were a pop/rock indie band from which city in the UK?
MANCHESTER

 

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