Published: Monday 30th May 2022A free general knowledge quiz for those who don't like their quizzes too difficult.
Who did Jacqueline Kennedy marry in 1968? Aristotle Onassis.
Alphabetically, what is the first country on Earth?Afghanistan.
In the BBC sit-com "Open all Hours", how was Granville related to Arkwright? Nephew.
On a standard UK Monopoly board, what is the first station after Go?King's Cross Station.
Which French city became famous for making mustard?Dijon.
Which historical event took place on the 14th July 1789?Storming of the Bastille.
After which island is the chemical element Copper named?Cyprus.
In a lonely hearts advert, for what do the letters WLTM stand?Would Like To Meet.
Which UK city has the shortest name?Ely(Cambridgeshire).
Miss Hoolie, Josie Jump and Archie were all characters in which children's TV series?Balamory.
Which men's toiletry used the slogan, "Splash it all over" in its adverts? Brut.
Linseed oil is derived from the seeds of which plant?Flax.
According to the nursery rhyme, what happened to Solomon Grundy on Tuesday?Christened.
How many players make up a netball team?Seven.
How do the Americans refer to a baby's dummy?A Pacifier.
In which US State is the city of Buffalo?New York.
What name was shared by a type of missile and a Native American axe?Tomahawk.
Queen Victoria died in which royal residence? Osborne House.
What colour light is shown on the starboard side of a ship?Green.
Which area of Devon is known as the English Riviera?Torbay.
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