Browns General Knowledge Quiz Book Volume 1 UK Edition: Over 2000 Pot Luck Pub Quiz Trivia Questions by Lewis PearceI received a free a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have not connection to Lewis Pearce.
To be honest this is the first quiz book I have ever reviewed, in fact it is the first quiz book I have read from cover to cover. Despite the size of the book it is heavy reading especially if you like to take in as many fact as possible. It probably was not the best idea to try an play along (against myself) while I was reading it. The biggest ego crush was playing against my kids. If you ever saw that show are you smarter then a 10 year old, my answer would be not by much and in some quizzes not at all. However it was much more fun to play/lose to someone else, which is the point of the book I think, hence the high rating.
The book consists of the 150 Quizzes. Each one is 15 questions long. A great variety of questions thrown into the pot for philosophy to pop culture and history to historical fiction to name bit of the range. Even classic literature to computer/video games. Fun to play and learn from, just not as much fun to play/read on your own.
Pub Quiz 1
Pot Luck #43 - General Knowledge Quiz Questions
Sorry, as usual, for the delay in posting the results of my latest little quiz. Unfortunately a house move and lack of ADSL over the past couple of weeks got in the way of my interwebbing. However, on the first day of the return of our ADSL, here I am marking and posting the results of the quiz. How's that for dedication, eh? Thanks to all 23 people who took part, and 'hello' to the one or two new faces. Hope you all enjoyed the quiz! In second place, with 23 - dawnage!
How many wisdom teeth does the average adult have? The United States has four mainland time zones. Three of them are Pacific, Mountain, and Eastern. What is the fourth? Which British racing driver has won the most Grand Prix races? What is the name given to the moon that follows the Harvest Moon? On what date is Bastille day celebrated in France?
Who said, "It is better to die on your feet than live on your knees? In which year did Tanganyika and Zanzibar merge to form Tanzania? A: In which decade did motor car pioneer Henry Ford die? A: s.
The patella is commonly referred to as the kneecap. It is a small, freestanding, bone that rests between the femur thighbone and tibia shinbone. Vodka - Moscow mule is a cocktail made with vodka, spicy ginger beer, and lime juice, garnished with a slice or wedge of lime. It is a type of buck and therefore sometimes known as a vodka buck. Judas Escariot - Matthew directly states that Judas betrayed Jesus for a bribe of "thirty pieces of silver" by identifying him with a kiss — "the kiss of Judas" — to arresting soldiers of the High Priest Caiaphas, who then turned Jesus over to Pontius Pilate's soldiers.