The Love Quiz - Answers

Published: Friday 7th February 2020A free quiz for lovers on St Valentines Day.
  1. "'Tis better to have loved and lost,Than never to have loved at all" is a quote from which poet? Alfred Lord Tennyson.
  2. Celebrated on January 25th each year what is the Welsh equivalent of St Valentine? St. Dwynwen.
  3. Which fruit is often called a "Love Apple"? Tomato.
  4. "If music be the food of love, play on" is the opening line of which of Shakespeare's plays? Twelfth Night.
  5. Where on a human body would you find someone's "Love Handles"? The lower waist or hips.
  6. Courtney Love, the wife of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, was a member of which alternative rock band? Hole.
  7. In the novel by D H Lawrence what was the name of Lady Chatterley's Lover? Oliver Mellors.
  8. What is the common name for the Agapornis, a small genus of parrots from Africa? Lovebirds.
  9. Who wrote the novel on which the 1970 movie "Love Story" was based? Erich Segal.
  10. The US TV show "The Love Boat" was set on which cruise ship? Pacific Princess.
  11. Who played rock and roll legend Billy Mack in the 2003 movie "Love Actually"? Bill Nighy.
  12. "And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love" is a quote from which book of the Bible? 1 Corinthians.
  13. Which company makes the sweets known as "Love Hearts"? Swizzels.
  14. The song "Love Letters" was a UK top ten hit on three occasions, in 1962 for Ketty Lester and Elvis in 1966, but who took it to number 4 in 1987? Alison Moyet.
  15. In which sport does Love mean nothing? Tennis.
  16. Which company uses the advertising slogan "I'm Lovin' It"? MacDonalds.
  17. Who played Lovejoy in the BBC TV series of the same name? Ian McShane.
  18. Famed for their 1967 album "Forever Changes", who was the singer and leader of rock band Love? Arthur Lee.
  19. The 2010 musical "Love Never Dies" was a sequel to which long running West End production? The Phantom of the Opera.
  20. Ellie Goulding's song "Love Me Like You Do" was used as the theme for which 2015 movie? Fifty Shades of Grey.

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