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In Texas Hold ‘Em, what are the first three community cards better known as?

The Flop
Formerly known as East Pakistan, what is it called now?

What was the first country to give women the right to vote?

New Zealand

In golf what name is given to the number 10 iron?


How does a member of the U.S. Armed Forces qualify for a Purple Heart?

Wounded in action

With the aid of a civets digestive tract, Kopi Luwak sells for anything between 120
and 600 US dollars per pound making it the most expensive what in the world?


We all know that a diamond is the hardest 'precious stone'. Which gem is the
second hardest?


What is the name of the substance used as a setting agent in some jams and
marmalades? Six letters.


Which cartoon character had the catchphrase "By the power of grayskull"?


Which TV presenter, media mogul and philanthropist has won multiple Emmy
Awards and had the highest-rated talk show in the history of television?

Smorgasbord (ALT)

How many squares on a Rubik's Cube never alter their position?

Smorgasbord (ALT)

Who was assassinated on April 4 1968?

Martin Luther King Jr.

Wonderful World of Disney

Genie from Aladdin complained that being cooped up in a lamp gave him such a
crick in the neck. Just how long was he in there?

10,000 years
Wonderful World of Disney

Who was the only Disney main character who did not talk through the entire

Wonderful World of Disney

Who was the actor that received the first Golden Globe nomination for voicing a
character in a Disney animated film?

Robin Williams
Wonderful World of Disney

From the movie The Little Mermaid, what were the names of Ursula’s two pet

Flotsam and Jetsam

Wonderful World of Disney

How many Disney songs have won the Academy Award/Oscar for Best Original

Wonderful World of Disney

Which organization do Bernard and Miss Bianca work for in “The Rescuers”

Rescue Aid Society

Wonderful World of Disney

Which Disney Movie Was Shown in Limited Theaters Due to Complicated Audio?

Wonderful World of Disney

When Will Mary Poppins Leave the Bank’s House?

When the wind changes

Wonderful World of Disney

The movie Bedknobs and Broomsticks was set during which war?

Wonderful World of Disney

In what year did Disney acquire Pixar?

Wonderful World of Disney (ALT)
Cinderella’s glass slipper fell off which foot?

Wonderful World of Disney (ALT)

Which Disneyland ride opened first, Matterhorn Bobsleds or It’s A Small World?

Matterhorn Bobsleds
Black and White

This 1939 movie started out in black and white and then introduced
the world to Technicolor after a house lands in a mysterious world.

The Wizard of Oz (hint: it landed in Munchkin Land)

Black and White

A textile pattern of broken checks or abstract four-pointed shapes,

originally woven in wool in Scotland, and usually black and white

Black and White

This low-heeled casual Oxford lace-up shoe, typically in black and

white leather, and named for a horse accessory has been popular for
a hundred years and recently made a mild comeback.

Saddle shoes/oxfords
Black and White

Informal name for the practice of shutting someone out from social,
professional, or commercial activities.

Blackballing (hint: got its name from an old practice from selecting
marbles from a sealed container for voting)
Black and White

This magnificent Indian monument is built entirely of white marble.

Taj Mahal
Black and White

The day the Great Depression started is commonly known by this


Black Tuesday (October 29, 1929)

Black and White

What’s the common name for leukocytes?

White blood cells

Black and White

The White Album was a double-album that came out in 1968 in a

plain white sleeve with no graphics or text other than the name of
the band. What was the name of the famous band that made that

The Beatles. (Songs on the album included Black Bird, Rocky

Raccoon, and Back in the U.S.S.R.)
Black and White

These cliffs, made of chalk (calcium carbonite) form part of the

English coastline facing France.

White cliffs of Dover

Black and White

Before Apple, Samsung and Google started their own smartphone

lines, there was this company that manufactured cell phones, now
considered by many as a has-been.

BlackBerry (hint: the original company was Research in Motion)

Black and White (ALT)

Anthracite is a shiny form of what mineral?

Black and White (ALT)

What is Bing Crosby dreaming of in this seasonal Irving Berlin classic,

a long-time best-selling record.

A White Christmas
Anatomically Correct

What is the name of the thin, circular structure in the eye, responsible for
controlling the diameter and size of the pupil?

Anatomically Correct

Which pea-sized gland which is found in the centre of the skull releases
hormones that affect growth and metabolism?

Anatomically Correct

What is the main muscle of respiration and which plays a major role in the
breathing process?

Anatomically Correct

In what part of the body are the Metatarsal bones?

Anatomically Correct

Which part of the digestive system acts as a switch between the larynx and the
esophagus to stop food passing into the airway to the lungs?

Anatomically Correct

What is the technical name for the shoulder blade?

Anatomically Correct

What is the body's second largest organ after the skin, by weight?

Anatomically Correct

Which is the only muscle in human body that works without any support from
the skeleton?

The tongue
Anatomically Correct

What is the name given to the roughly 24-hour cycle in the physiological
processes of living beings?

Circadian Rhythm
Anatomically Correct

What is the smallest bone in a human's spinal column called?

Anatomically Correct (ALT)

Where are red blood cells made?

Bone Marrow
Anatomically Correct (ALT)

A bone is joined to a muscle by what structure?

Do You Like Pina Coladas?
This size champagne bottle holds 15 liters, equal to 20 standard bottles, and serves
approximately 120 people

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

What is the difference between a Bourbon Whiskey and a Whisky made in


Bourbon is made from corn (maize) rather than a grain.

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

The Harvey Wallbanger is a drink made from Vodka, Galliano and which other

Orange juice
Do You Like Pina Coladas?

Which Country Is The Largest Wine Producer In South America?

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

What country consumes most wine, per capita?

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

How does James Bond like is martini?

Shaken, not stirred.

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

Which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley?

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

What kind of wine did Hannibal Lecter enjoy with human liver?

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

A word for wine that has been spiced and heated. Six letters

Do You Like Pina Coladas?

Who was the Greek God of wine?

Do You Like Pina Coladas? (ALT)

Tequila is a liquor that originates from what country?

Do You Like Pina Coladas? (ALT)

What turns a plain martini into a dirty martini?

Olive juice
Thunder from Down Under

Star of 'A knight's Tale' and 'Brokeback Mountain' who tragically died aged just 28

Heath Ledger
Thunder from Down Under

Comedy actress who was in the films Bridesmaids and Pitch Perfect?

Rebel Wilson
Thunder from Down Under

Born in Townsville, Queensland, which Australian was the founder of WikiLeaks?

Julian Assange
Thunder from Down Under

How many stars on the Australian flag?

Thunder from Down Under

In 2007, which iconic building became a UNESCO World Heritage Site?

Sydney Opera House

Thunder from Down Under

Which food product rich in vitamin B did Cyril Callister develop?

Thunder from Down Under

How many countries are larger than Australia?

5 (Russia, Canada, China, USA, Brazil)

Thunder from Down Under

Which strait separates Australia and Papua New Guinea?

Torres Strait
Thunder from Down Under

Which Hollywood actor and director was born in USA and moved to Australia at
the age of 12?

Mel Gibson
Thunder from Down Under

In what year was the Olympics held in Sydney Australia?

Thunder from Down Under (ALT)

What is the name for a baby kangaroo?

Thunder from Down Under (ALT)

Australia is home to the longest coral reef in the world known as _____?

The Great Barrier Reef

Balls to the Wall

In which sport can the goals be different sizes?

Water Polo
Balls to the Wall

What country hosted the 1978 Soccer World Cup?

Balls to the Wall

What is the American Golfing term for a Hole-in-one?

An Ace
Balls to the Wall

In which sport is it forbidden for anyone to play left handed?

Balls to the Wall

Name the Women’s 2007 Wimbledon Champion.

Venus Williams
Balls to the Wall

In which sport was the diameter of the ball increased by 2mm to make it easier to
be seen on television?

Ping Pong
Balls to the Wall

What is the only sport in the USA with no game clock?

Balls to the Wall

Which is the first team to win three Super Bowls?

The Pittsburg Steelers

Balls to the Wall

There’s only one athlete to hit an MLB home run and score an NFL touchdown in
the same week. He’s the same athlete who is the only person ever to play in both
the World Series and the Super Bowl. Who was it?

Dion Sanders
Balls to the Wall

What is the name of the song used as the Harlem Globetrotters theme song?

Sweet Georgia Brown

Balls to the Wall (ALT)

Which famously rotund athlete once scarfed down a dozen hot dogs and
shotgunned eight bottles of soda in between games of a double header?

Babe Ruth
Balls to the Wall (ALT)

How many balls are there on the table at the start of a game of 8-ball pool?

Sixteen (7 reds, 7 yellows, 1 black, 1 cueball)

What year did Howard Hughes die?

In the musical movie Annie, Daddy Warbucks goes to
meet with the President of the United States. Who was
the President he met with?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
What are the roman numerals for the year 2020?