I’ve always been a sucker for pub trivia, and I almost like creating trivia quizzes more than competing in them. The answers to the first nine questions are all connected by a theme, and the tenth is the theme. Feel free to share this quiz, and no Googling when you’re trying it! (What’s the fun in that?) Answers will be posted next week with the newest quiz.
“What’s in a name? That which we call a ________ by any other word would smell as sweet.”
Calf, kid, cub are all examples of _______ animals.
To whiten something such as a vegetable through boiling.
This small bird is considered an invasive species and can incorporate sounds in its environment, such as car alarms and human speech, into its own calls.
The Inuit are supposed to have 50 words for this phenomenon common to the regions they inhabit.
An old-fashioned term for Halloween is All-Hallows’ _______.
One of the earliest vigilante heroes appeared in a novel by Baroness Orczy, in which he saved aristocrats from the Reign of Terror. He named himself after a red flower. What is the red flower?
A word for ‘pretty’ popular in Scotland.
A lollipop with a nougat center.
What is the theme?
Answers to the quiz from August 9th are below.
Falcon (The Maltese Falcon)
The Holy Grail (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade) and Monty Python and the Holy Grail)
Ring (The Lord of the Rings)
Briefcase (Pulp Fiction)
Rose (Citizen Kane)
Death Star (Star Wars).
Necronomicon (Evil Dead)
Ark (Raiders of the Lost Ark)
Rabbit’s Foot (Mission: Impossible)