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General Knowledge questions range in topics that cover a number of the other categories. They vary so widely that the best description is indeed just the title of the category.

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2108 Blue General Knowledge Acropolis is in which country? Greece
2109 Blue General Knowledge Adverts which appear onscreen without the user wanting them to are known as what? Pop-Ups
2110 Blue General Knowledge An Acoustic Engineer is concerned with improving the quality of what? Sound
2111 Blue General Knowledge An endoscope is a flexible tube inserted into the body with what tool on the end? Camera
2112 Blue General Knowledge Aristotle was a philosopher of which ancient civilisation? Greek
2113 Blue General Knowledge At a wedding, who is traditionally said to be 'blushing’? Bride
2114 Blue General Knowledge Bears are the original candies from which manufacturer's Gummi range? Haribo
2115 Blue General Knowledge Canada has two official languages, English and which other? French
2116 Blue General Knowledge Climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg is from which country? Sweden
2117 Blue General Knowledge Giza Pyramid and the Great Sphinx is in ‘which country? Egypt
2118 Blue General Knowledge Glaucoma affects what? Eyes
2119 Blue General Knowledge How many bites are missing from the fruit in the Apple logo? 1
2120 Blue General Knowledge How many deadly sins are there in Christianity? 7
2121 Blue General Knowledge How many digits are there in a Social Security number? 9
2122 Blue General Knowledge How many digits are there in an US Social Security number? 9
2123 Blue General Knowledge How many keys are on a standard piano? 88
2124 Blue General Knowledge How many strings are there on a violin? 4
2125 Blue General Knowledge If you are awake during surgery you have had what kind of anesthetic? Local
2126 Blue General Knowledge If you worked in offshore drilling, where would you work? Oil rig
2127 Blue General Knowledge In cosmetics, veneers are added to what? Teeth
2128 Blue General Knowledge In DIY, what tool is used to put screws into materials? Screwdriver
2129 Blue General Knowledge In measurement, what is one twelfth of a foot? An inch
2130 Blue General Knowledge In popular Internet chat slang what does the "F" in "ROFL" mean? Floor
2131 Blue General Knowledge In stargazing, what is the name given to collections of stars in a pattern? Constellation
2132 Blue General Knowledge In the Bible, who was the mother of Jesus? Mary
2133 Blue General Knowledge In the US a 10 cent coin is called what? Dime
2134 Blue General Knowledge In the US, what is 'dough' slang for? Money
2135 Blue General Knowledge In which city was John F Kennedy's assassin shot? Dallas
2136 Blue General Knowledge In which country could you visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa? Italy
2137 Blue General Knowledge In which European city can you visit the Acropolis? Athens
2138 Blue General Knowledge In which state was Starbucks founded? Washington
2139 Blue General Knowledge In which US city was JFK assassinated in 1963? Dallas
2140 Blue General Knowledge In which US State can you find Michigan City? Indiana
2141 Blue General Knowledge It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' is based on which comic strip? Peanuts
2142 Blue General Knowledge Karl Lagerfeld is a big name in which field? Fashion
2143 Blue General Knowledge Kremlin is in which country? Russia
2144 Blue General Knowledge Lavazza is a famous brand for making which type of drink? Coffee
2145 Blue General Knowledge Lavazza is a famous name for making which type of drink? Coffee
2146 Blue General Knowledge LinkedIn is a social networking site aimed mainly at whom? Professionals
2147 Blue General Knowledge Machu Picchu is in which country? Peru
2148 Blue General Knowledge Of which genre is the popular '90s video game "Tekken"? Fighting
2149 Blue General Knowledge Romulus and Remus are said to have founded which city? Rome
2150 Blue General Knowledge Sharia Law is the body of which religion’s law? Islam
2151 Blue General Knowledge Someone who is lactose intolerant cannot consume which of the following? Milk
2152 Blue General Knowledge Stonehenge is in which country? United Kingdom
2153 Blue General Knowledge Taj Mahal is in which country? India
2154 Blue General Knowledge The Kremlin is in which country? Russia
2155 Blue General Knowledge The largest dinosaur was called? Argentinosaurus
2156 Blue General Knowledge The letters TGFOP can be found on what? Tea
2157 Blue General Knowledge The Napa Valley wine producing areas is in which country? United States
2158 Blue General Knowledge The Pied Piper of Hamelin saved the town from? Rats
2159 Blue General Knowledge The Quran is the central religious text of which religion? Islam
2160 Blue General Knowledge The theory that the simplest explanation is usually the best is Occam's what? Razor
2161 Blue General Knowledge The traditional gift from a trip is? A postcard
2162 Blue General Knowledge The word Marathon originates from which country? Greece
2163 Blue General Knowledge The world's fastest land mammal is The Cheetah
2164 Blue General Knowledge The world's fastest mammal is The Cheetah
2165 Blue General Knowledge Wasabi is a condiment used in the cuisine of which country? Japan
2166 Blue General Knowledge What are prunes? Dried plums
2167 Blue General Knowledge What are the coloquial names of the stone monsters which were put on medieval buildings? Gargoyles
2168 Blue General Knowledge What are the names of Will Smith and Jada Pinketts kids? Willow Jaden
2169 Blue General Knowledge What are the traditional eating utensils of China? Chopsticks
2170 Blue General Knowledge What colour are dried vanilla pods? Black
2171 Blue General Knowledge What colour Is associated with the Carlsberg logo? Green
2172 Blue General Knowledge What colour is the circle on the Japanese flag? Red
2173 Blue General Knowledge What colour is the inside of a watermelon? Red
2174 Blue General Knowledge What completes the name of the car manufacturer Mercedes-...? Benz
2175 Blue General Knowledge What does wearing cologne add? Scent
2176 Blue General Knowledge What is a "noob" a phrase often used in online gaming? Newbie
2177 Blue General Knowledge What is a culprit? A criminal
2178 Blue General Knowledge What is also known as Japanese horseradish? Wasabi
2179 Blue General Knowledge What is soy flour made from? Soybeans
2180 Blue General Knowledge What is the capital city of Connecticut? Hartford
2181 Blue General Knowledge What is the capital of Missouri? Jefferson City
2182 Blue General Knowledge What is the capital of the US state of Florida? Tallahassee
2183 Blue General Knowledge What is the Chinese New Year often referred to as? The Lunar New Year
2184 Blue General Knowledge What is the largest airline in the world by fleet size? American Airlines
2185 Blue General Knowledge What is the largest whale in the world? The Blue Whale
2186 Blue General Knowledge What is the last name of Kourtney, Khioe and Kim? Kardashian
2187 Blue General Knowledge What is the last name of the American celebrity family that includes Kourtney, Khloe and Kim? Kardashian
2188 Blue General Knowledge What is the main diet of a Koala? Eucalyptus
2189 Blue General Knowledge What is the middle initial of the second US President Bush? W
2190 Blue General Knowledge What is the most dangerous shark to humans? The Great White
2191 Blue General Knowledge What is the name of the process in which food is submerged in hot oil? Deep frying
2192 Blue General Knowledge What is the state capital of Arkansas? Little Rock
2193 Blue General Knowledge What item did Gollum call "my precious" in the Hobbit books? Ring
2194 Blue General Knowledge What movie is the religion Jediism based on? Star Wars
2195 Blue General Knowledge What religion is followed by both John Travolta and Tom Cruise? Scientology
2196 Blue General Knowledge What videogame company gave us such consoles as SNES, Virtual Boy, N64, Game Cube, and Wii? Nintendo
2197 Blue General Knowledge What was the name of Donald Trump's first wife? Ivana
2198 Blue General Knowledge What was the name of the landing unit that set Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin down on the moon? Eagle
2199 Blue General Knowledge What were the NFL players' uniform numbers based on? playing position
2200 Blue General Knowledge What word means the energy and strength for continuing to do something over a long period of time? Stamina
2201 Blue General Knowledge What word represents Q in the phonetic alphabet? Quebec
2202 Blue General Knowledge What's the cost of unlocking the selling option in the Auction House? 1 Yellow Key
2203 Blue General Knowledge What's the name given to the type of murder sometimes carried out within Asian communities in the UK? Honour killing
2204 Blue General Knowledge Where do Jewish people go to pray? Synagogue
2205 Blue General Knowledge Where is the Burj Khalifa, one of the world's tallest buildings? Dubai
2206 Blue General Knowledge Where is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints based? Utah
2207 Blue General Knowledge Where was the first Wal-Mart store located? Rogers, Arkansas
2208 Blue General Knowledge Which animal is on the badge of Ferrari cars? Horse
2209 Blue General Knowledge Which art do you associate with Beethoven? Classical Music
2210 Blue General Knowledge Which country does Toblerone chocolate come from? Switzerland
2211 Blue General Knowledge Which is the largest ape in existence today? Gorilla
2212 Blue General Knowledge Which is the only US state to start with the letter P? Pennsylvania
2213 Blue General Knowledge Which is the second planet from the sun? Venus
2214 Blue General Knowledge Which kind of art is Beethoven known for? Classical Music
2215 Blue General Knowledge Which of the following animals is believed to be the first to be domesticated? Goat
2216 Blue General Knowledge Which of the following is a stroke in swimming? Butterfly
2217 Blue General Knowledge Which of the following US States does not have a border with Mexico? Nevada
2218 Blue General Knowledge Which of these is the guitarist amongst the pianists? Jimi Hendrix
2219 Blue General Knowledge Which of these is the name of a bouncy stick? Pogo
2220 Blue General Knowledge Which of these superheroes was not a member of the original Avengers? Wolverine
2221 Blue General Knowledge Which of these was a famous chess player? Karpov
2222 Blue General Knowledge Which presidents face is not sculpted on Mount Rushmore? Franklin D Roosevelt
2223 Blue General Knowledge Which sauce is used in Eggs Benedict? Hollandaise
2224 Blue General Knowledge Which serious illness is caused by insect bites? Malaria
2225 Blue General Knowledge Which social network was founded by Jack Dorsey in 2006? Twitter
2226 Blue General Knowledge Which tech company launched a game console called Stadia in 2019? Google
2227 Blue General Knowledge Which US President was assassinated in 1865 by John Wilkes Booth? Abraham Lincoln
2228 Blue General Knowledge Who is the author of A Series of Unfortunate Events? Lemony Snicket
2229 Blue General Knowledge Who is the most decorated U.S. female gymnast of all time, with 30 medals between Olympic and World Championship medals? Simone Biles
2230 Blue General Knowledge Who is the most decorated U.S. Olympic female gymnast of all time, with 16 medals? Shannon Miller
2231 Blue General Knowledge Who is the Norse god of thunder? Thor
2232 Blue General Knowledge Who is the world's largest online retailer? Amazon
2233 Blue General Knowledge Who said "Canada? I don't even know what street Canada is on"? Al Capone

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6773 Green General Knowledge "Can we talk?" is a catchphrase associated with which of these? Joan Rivers
6774 Green General Knowledge 'Old Dominion' is the nickname of what US State? Virginia
6775 Green General Knowledge A 20th Century movement that reflects on the existence of human beings in the real world. Existentialism
6776 Green General Knowledge An Australian Cattle dog is also known as a what? Blue Heeler
6777 Green General Knowledge Apollo was the Greek God of what? Art, Archery, The Sun
6778 Green General Knowledge As of 2010, which city is the only US state capital without a McDonalds? Montpelier, Vermont
6779 Green General Knowledge Aside from North Korea, what is the only other country around the world not to stock Coca-Cola? Cuba
6780 Green General Knowledge Basil Spence designed which English Cathedral? Coventry
6781 Green General Knowledge Bologna is the capital of which Italian region? Emila-Romagna
6782 Green General Knowledge Bologna is the capital of which Italian region? Emilia-Romagna
6783 Green General Knowledge Boy George was released from prison in May 2009 having served how long of his 15 month sentence? 4 months
6784 Green General Knowledge Cee Lo Green was born in 1974, which industry is he famous for working in? Music
6785 Green General Knowledge Children's fictional character Babar is which type of Creature? Elephant
6786 Green General Knowledge Clinton was governor of which state before becoming US President? Arkansas
6787 Green General Knowledge Clock Tower, Palace of Westminster is in which country? United Kingdom
6788 Green General Knowledge Cory Aquino became president of which country in 1986? Philippines
6789 Green General Knowledge During World War 2 what colour badge were Jehovah's Witnesses forced to wear in the concentration camp? Purple
6790 Green General Knowledge During World War II, which of these was not one of the first three foods to be rationed in the UK? Eggs
6791 Green General Knowledge Eunice Shriver, who died in 2009, was a member of which famous family? Kennedy
6792 Green General Knowledge Football team Sampdoria plays home games in which city? Genoa
6793 Green General Knowledge For over 100 years what city has hosted the Rose Festival? Portland, Oregon
6794 Green General Knowledge Hitler came into power in Germany in which decade? 1930s
6795 Green General Knowledge How many astronauts were in the mission to the moon, Apollo 11? 3
6796 Green General Knowledge How many different animals are there in the Chinese zodiac? 12
6797 Green General Knowledge How many Freddy Krueger movies have there been? 9
6798 Green General Knowledge How many naturally occuring noble gases are there in the periodic table? 6
6799 Green General Knowledge How many squares are empty at the start of a game of checkers? 32
6800 Green General Knowledge How old was acrtess Jane Seymour when she gave birth to twins in 1995? 44
6801 Green General Knowledge How old was actress Sophia Loren when she appeared in her first movie? 16
6802 Green General Knowledge In 1857 Joseph Gayetty invented which household item? Toilet Roll
6803 Green General Knowledge In 1999 which fashion designer introduced her signature fragrance and cosmetic line? Anna Sui
6804 Green General Knowledge In 2009, the governor of which US state was removed from office for corruption? Illinois
6805 Green General Knowledge In 2009, who announced he was quitting his Radio 2 Breakfast slot? Terry Wogan
6806 Green General Knowledge In 2011, whcih of these couples were the proud parents of three boys and a girl? Posh and Becks
6807 Green General Knowledge In 2011, which of these couples were the proud parents of three boys and a girl? Posh and Becks
6808 Green General Knowledge In Barcelona, what is the Sagrada Familia? Cathedral
6809 Green General Knowledge In Japan, on New Year's Eve what do Buddhists do at temples 108 times at midnight? Ring the bells
6810 Green General Knowledge In March 2009, daredevil Brazilian Pedro Olivia set a record by plunging 35m over the Salto Belo falls in what? Kayak
6811 Green General Knowledge In medical history, what did Edward Jenner discover in 1796? Vaccination
6812 Green General Knowledge In the UK in the 1930s, what was named after the Minister of Transport: Belisha Beacon
6813 Green General Knowledge In what capacity did Barry Davies and John Motson become household names? Football commentators
6814 Green General Knowledge In what month is Independence Day celebrated in the USA? July
6815 Green General Knowledge In what US state was the first federal prison exclusively for women opened? West Virginia
6816 Green General Knowledge In which century were borstals introduced for punishing young criminals? 20th
6817 Green General Knowledge In which city did Radovan Karadzic face trial in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in 2008? The Hague
6818 Green General Knowledge In which country was Ursula Andress born? Switzerland
6819 Green General Knowledge In which European capital could you walk through the Brandenburg Gate? Berlin
6820 Green General Knowledge In which famous building are rooms named Vermeil China Red Blue Green and Yellow Oval? The Whitehouse
6821 Green General Knowledge In which field did Barbara Hulanicki make her name in the 1960s? What is the national dish of Romania? Fashion
6822 Green General Knowledge In which organ is Vitamin A primarily stored? Liver
6823 Green General Knowledge In which state was the toy company Mattel founded? California
6824 Green General Knowledge In which year did Ferrari build its first car? 1947
6825 Green General Knowledge In which year did J. Edgar Hoover become director of the Bureau of Investigation? 1924
6826 Green General Knowledge In which year was Sergio Mattarella elected as President? 2015
6827 Green General Knowledge Islam ranks where on the list of popular religions? 2nd
6828 Green General Knowledge Italy first won the FIFA World Cup in which year? 1934
6829 Green General Knowledge Jerome Silberman is the real name of which comic actor? Gene Wilder
6830 Green General Knowledge Kaju katli' is confectionery from which part of the world? India
6831 Green General Knowledge Kilimanjaro is in which country? Tanzania
6832 Green General Knowledge Lincoln Cathedral is an example of what architectural style? Gothic
6833 Green General Knowledge Marcus Garvey is considered a prophet by which religion group? Rastafarians
6834 Green General Knowledge Maschio Angioino is another name for the castle in which Italian city? Naples
6835 Green General Knowledge Merce Cunningham died in 2009 - in which field did he make his name? Choreography
6836 Green General Knowledge Michele Ferrero founded his chocolate company in which decade? 1940s
6837 Green General Knowledge Miu Miu is a subsidiary of which Italian fashion label? Prada
6838 Green General Knowledge On what charges was Lord Haw Haw tried at the end of WWIl? Treason
6839 Green General Knowledge Palermo is the largest city on which island? Sicily
6840 Green General Knowledge Quinque is which number in Latin? Five
6841 Green General Knowledge Shani is a character from which range of dolls? Barbie
6842 Green General Knowledge Singer Eros Ramazzotti records his music in Italian and which other language? Spanish
6843 Green General Knowledge Skopje is the capital of which European country? North Macedonia
6844 Green General Knowledge Sophia Loren won Best Actress Oscar for which movie? Two Women
6845 Green General Knowledge The "Philadelphia lean" is the posture required for eating which food? Cheese steak
6846 Green General Knowledge The Cairngorms Nation Park is in which country? Scotland
6847 Green General Knowledge The Cairngorms National Park is in which country? Scotland
6848 Green General Knowledge The default Internet browser on Microsoft Windows is what? Internet Explorer
6849 Green General Knowledge The famous Blue Grotto is on the coast of which Italian island? Capri
6850 Green General Knowledge The huge hit toy The Wombles was released in which decade? 1960's
6851 Green General Knowledge The huge hit toy The Wombles was released in which decade? 70s
6852 Green General Knowledge The international organised crime gangs called Triads come from which country? China
6853 Green General Knowledge The letters TGFOP can be found on what? Tea
6854 Green General Knowledge The national flag of which of these countries does not have any stars on it? India
6855 Green General Knowledge The novels about Huckleberry Finn are set in which US state? Missouri
6856 Green General Knowledge The old time caramel candy is called? Werthers Originals
6857 Green General Knowledge The polka dot jersey in the Tour de France is worn by the rider who is best in which area? Mountains
6858 Green General Knowledge The Rialto Bridge is in which European city? Venice
6859 Green General Knowledge The young of the Impala are known as what? Calves
6860 Green General Knowledge Thor was the Norse God of what? Thunder
6861 Green General Knowledge What 435carat diamond said to be the largest flawless perfectcut Canary Yellow diamond shares the name of a James Bond film? The Golden Eye
6862 Green General Knowledge What animal uses echolocation to get around? Bats
6863 Green General Knowledge What are foxtrot and quickstep? Dance
6864 Green General Knowledge What are fragrance fixatives used for in cosmetics? Keeping a strong scent
6865 Green General Knowledge What colour i the background on the flag of Brazil? Green
6866 Green General Knowledge What crop failed in Ireland in the 1840s, creating a huge famine? Potatoes
6867 Green General Knowledge What do the internal angles of a triangle add up to? 180
6868 Green General Knowledge What does the letter C represent in Roman Numerals? 100
6869 Green General Knowledge What entertainer's career fell apart due to his support of Communist causes? Al Jolson
6870 Green General Knowledge What honour do Theodore Roosevelt Albert Schweitzer Martin Luther King share? Nobel Peace Prize
6871 Green General Knowledge What is the chemical symbol for Potassium? K
6872 Green General Knowledge What is the highest mountain in the USA? Denali
6873 Green General Knowledge What is the last name of Spice Girl Mel B? Brown
6874 Green General Knowledge What is the name for a collection of "patches", which fix errors in a program? Service Pack
6875 Green General Knowledge What is the name for a group of alligators? Congregation
6876 Green General Knowledge What is the name of the company that created Beanie Babies? Ty
6877 Green General Knowledge What is the name of the national historic landmark which is the iconic image of St. Louis? Gateway Arch
6878 Green General Knowledge What is the process of putting food into boiling water then into cold water called? Blanching
6879 Green General Knowledge What is the tallest animal in the world? Giraffe
6880 Green General Knowledge What is the US State motto of Wisconsin? Forward
6881 Green General Knowledge What is the world's largest bird? Ostrich
6882 Green General Knowledge What is the world's largest food festival held for 10 days in Grant Park on the Lake Michigan shore? Taste of Chicago
6883 Green General Knowledge What job does the gaffer do in the film industry? Lighting
6884 Green General Knowledge What must be done to a dry fondant to make it into a fondant? Add liquid
6885 Green General Knowledge What nationality is Lady Gaga's mother? American
6886 Green General Knowledge What nationality was Luciano Pavarotti? Italian
6887 Green General Knowledge What percentage of the earth's surface is covered with water? 71
6888 Green General Knowledge What religion is followed by Richard Gere, David Bowie and Joanna Lumley? Buddhism
6889 Green General Knowledge What sort of pastry is used to make a chocolate eclair? Choux
6890 Green General Knowledge What was banned in the USA during Prohibition? Alcohol
6891 Green General Knowledge What was George Washingtons wifes first name? Martha
6892 Green General Knowledge What was the christian name of the man who invented the Ferris wheel? George
6893 Green General Knowledge What was the first item "bought" at Stephen King's "Needful Things"? Baseball Card
6894 Green General Knowledge What was the name of a popular web hosting service until it shut down in the 2000s? GeoCities
6895 Green General Knowledge What was the name of Pierre Curie's scientist wife? Marie
6896 Green General Knowledge What was the name of the Greek woman whose face launched 1000 ships? Helen
6897 Green General Knowledge What was the name of the one-eyed giants in Greek mythology? Cyclops
6898 Green General Knowledge What was the title of Zhivago in the famous book by Boris Pasternak? Dr
6899 Green General Knowledge What word represents Q in the phonetic alphabet? Quebec
6900 Green General Knowledge what year was the Olympics last held in London? 2012
6901 Green General Knowledge What's the last name of popular big band leader Jools? Holland
6902 Green General Knowledge What's the name given to the type of murder sometimes carried out within Asian communities in the UK? Honour killing
6903 Green General Knowledge Whats distinctive about a Cumberland sausage? Its in a long spiral
6904 Green General Knowledge Where could you visit the world heritage site of Petra? Jordan
6905 Green General Knowledge Where in a building would you find the Purlin? Roof
6906 Green General Knowledge Where is Orange County Choppers from the 'American Chopper' television series' based? New York
6907 Green General Knowledge Where is the Garret Mountain Reservation located? New Jersey
6908 Green General Knowledge Where is the Union Pacific Railroad museum located? Iowa
6909 Green General Knowledge Where is the world's largest music festival known as 'Summerfest' held every year? Milwaukee, Wisconsin
6910 Green General Knowledge Where was Alexander Graham Bell born? Edinburgh
6911 Green General Knowledge Where was the 1948 Tucker Sedan assembled? Chicago, Illinois
6912 Green General Knowledge Which 'army' was created by Methodist preacher William Booth in 1865? Salvation Army
6913 Green General Knowledge Which 80s singer has often been featured an an annoying popup known as rolling? Rick Astley
6914 Green General Knowledge Which activist said 'The most potent weapon in the hands of the aggressor is the minds of the oppressed'? Steve Biko
6915 Green General Knowledge Which animal is on the logo of Alfa Romeo cars? Snake
6916 Green General Knowledge Which architect designed the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA? Gehry
6917 Green General Knowledge Which B is an ice cream dish? Bombe
6918 Green General Knowledge Which band's members are Adam, Larry, Bono and The Edge? U2
6919 Green General Knowledge Which biblical character had a coat of many colours? Joseph
6920 Green General Knowledge Which British monarch died in 1901? Queen Victoria
6921 Green General Knowledge Which celebrity, who first found fame on Big Brother, sadly died from cancer at the start of 2009? Jade Goody
6922 Green General Knowledge Which city had the United States first subway system? Boston
6923 Green General Knowledge Which city is the home of Yale University? New Haven, CT
6924 Green General Knowledge Which city would you be visiting if you flew into Barajas airport? Madrid
6925 Green General Knowledge Which country hosted the rugby union world cup in 2019? Japan
6926 Green General Knowledge Which country is ruled by a single dynasty for more than two thousand years? Japan
6927 Green General Knowledge Which country postal stamps have the name Helvetia? Switzerland
6928 Green General Knowledge Which country saw its Prime Minister kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in 1978? Italy
6929 Green General Knowledge Which country uses the internet domain code tr? Turkey
6930 Green General Knowledge Which country was beaten by France in the 2018 World Cup final? Croatia
6931 Green General Knowledge Which decade was the character Popeye created? 20s
6932 Green General Knowledge Which entertainer's career fell apart due to his support of Communist causes? Paul Robeson
6933 Green General Knowledge Which famous American performer has 5 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Gene Autry
6934 Green General Knowledge Which food has the highest levels of vitamin C? Yellow Pepper
6935 Green General Knowledge Which food means 'immortal' when translated? Ambrosia
6936 Green General Knowledge Which is the most common variety of bear found across the US? Black Bear
6937 Green General Knowledge Which island do lemurs come from? Madagascar
6938 Green General Knowledge Which last name is shared by operatic singer Elizabeth .. and American General Norman .? Schwarzkopf
6939 Green General Knowledge Which last name is shared by operatic singer Elizabeth ... and American General Norman ...? Schwarzkopf
6940 Green General Knowledge Which occurs on the third Monday in January of each year in the United States? Martin Luther King Jr. Day
6941 Green General Knowledge Which of the following is the name of a candy bar? Smores
6942 Green General Knowledge Which of these "tools of the trade’ do you associate with lan Poulter? GoIf club
6943 Green General Knowledge Which of these animals is associated with Chinese New Year? Rat
6944 Green General Knowledge Which of these crime headlines of yesteryear appeared in newspapers before the others? Ruth Ellis Hanged
6945 Green General Knowledge Which of these gameshow presenters started out in the 1970s on the show Tiswas? Chris Tarrant
6946 Green General Knowledge Which of these is a fictional character and not a singer? Shrek
6947 Green General Knowledge Which of these is a name of an animal that raids honey hives? Honey badger
6948 Green General Knowledge Which of these is a prominent Puerto Rican with a Ph.D in psychology? Albizu Miranda
6949 Green General Knowledge Which of these is not a herb? Tolage
6950 Green General Knowledge Which of these is not a song by Jack Johnson? Winter
6951 Green General Knowledge Which of these is the name of an animal that raids bee hives? Honey Badgers
6952 Green General Knowledge Which of these is the name of toy trucks? Tonka
6953 Green General Knowledge Which of these prominent women of the 20th century was a politician? Mrs Gandhi
6954 Green General Knowledge Which of these was not a real video game console of the '80s? PlayGo 2100
6955 Green General Knowledge Which part of her did Marlene Dietrich insure for $1m? Voice
6956 Green General Knowledge Which president's face is not sculpted on Mount Rushmore? Franklin D. Roosevelt
6957 Green General Knowledge Which rodent is the most popular as a pet? Hamster
6958 Green General Knowledge Which Scottish mathematician invented logarithms? John Napier
6959 Green General Knowledge Which ship that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth Massachusetts in 1602? Mayflower
6960 Green General Knowledge Which ship that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620? Mayflower
6961 Green General Knowledge Which sort of meat is used in the dish guard of honour? Lamb
6962 Green General Knowledge Which spice is known as zeera (also spelled jeera) in Indian cuisine Cumin
6963 Green General Knowledge Which spice is known as zeera also spelled jeera in Indian cuisine? Cumin
6964 Green General Knowledge Which spirit's main base ingredient is white grapes? Cognac
6965 Green General Knowledge Which stars divorce settlement in 2007 cost him over 150 million? Michael Jordan
6966 Green General Knowledge Which White House position was held by Desiree Rogers in the first year of Barack Obama's administration? Social Secretary
6967 Green General Knowledge Who founded the Amish movement. Jakob Ammann
6968 Green General Knowledge Who invented the Barbie Doll? Ruth Handler
6969 Green General Knowledge Who most famously partnered Ginger Rogers in the 30s and 40s? Fred Astaire
6970 Green General Knowledge Who said "I see no ships"? Lord Nelson
6971 Green General Knowledge Who said "If a lie is told in the White house Nixon gets a royalty"? Richard Nixon
6972 Green General Knowledge Who said of Issey Miyaki "So I asked Issey to make me some of his black turtlenecks that I liked, and he made me like a hundred of them"? Steve Jobs
6973 Green General Knowledge Who used to puppeteer Sesame Streets Elmo from 1984-2012? Kevin Clash
6974 Green General Knowledge Who was known as The Serpent of the Nile? Cleopatra
6975 Green General Knowledge Who was the comedic partner of Eric Morecambe? Emie Wise
6976 Green General Knowledge Who was the first person to cross the Antarctic Circle? Captain James Cook
6977 Green General Knowledge Who was US President after Jimmy Carter? Reagan
6978 Green General Knowledge Whose catchphrase is "Can we talk"? Joan Rivers
6979 Green General Knowledge Whose former husbands include Nicky Hilton Eddie Fisher and Richard Burton? Elizabeth Taylor
6980 Green General Knowledge With which infamous news story of the 20th century are the names Bernard Barker and Frank Sturgis linked? Watergate scandal
6981 Green General Knowledge Yandex is the most used internet search engine in which country? Russia

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8949 Yellow General Knowledge Andre Cassagnes invented which hit toy? Etch a Sketch
8950 Yellow General Knowledge Aside from lending his name to a breed of dog, what did Jack Russel do? Clergyman
8951 Yellow General Knowledge Carson City is the capital of which N? Nevada
8952 Yellow General Knowledge Complete the title of the 2003 Evanescence hit, ‘Bring Me to….’? Life
8953 Yellow General Knowledge Complete the well-known book title: 'Harry Potter and the Order of...'? The Phoenix
8954 Yellow General Knowledge Dolce and Gabbana displayed their first time at fashion week In Milan in what year? 1985
8955 Yellow General Knowledge From what threepart name did the British royal family change its name to Windsor? Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
8956 Yellow General Knowledge Herpetophobia is a fear of what? Snakes
8957 Yellow General Knowledge How did Princess Diana die in 1997? Car crash
8958 Yellow General Knowledge How many hairs does the average human head have? 100,000
8959 Yellow General Knowledge How many questions does Duncan Bannatyne cover in his book '_____ questions everyone in business needs to answer'? 37
8960 Yellow General Knowledge If you live in London and are going on holiday to Paris, which of these would not be a good way of getting there? Bike
8961 Yellow General Knowledge In Japan, on New Year’s Eve people gather around the Zojoji Temple to release what? Helium Balloons
8962 Yellow General Knowledge In the 20th century, Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky were arch rivals at what? Chess
8963 Yellow General Knowledge In the 20th century, who came between Lady Bird and Betty? Pat
8964 Yellow General Knowledge In what Post Code is Hoxton Square? N1
8965 Yellow General Knowledge In which country was fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent born? Algeria
8966 Yellow General Knowledge In which year was the Berlin Wall built? 1961
8967 Yellow General Knowledge Lactation is another term for what? Breastfeeding
8968 Yellow General Knowledge On an Italian menu, a dish described as 'picante' is what? Spicy
8969 Yellow General Knowledge The common cold is what kind of virus? Rhino
8970 Yellow General Knowledge The Earth's Equator is approximately how many millions of meters in length? 40
8971 Yellow General Knowledge The end of which war was characterized by and era of "perestroika" and "glasnost"? Cold War
8972 Yellow General Knowledge The octal numbering system consists of how many digits? 8
8973 Yellow General Knowledge What are Dunbar Rover, Yukon Gold and Sharpe's Express types of? Potatoes
8974 Yellow General Knowledge What are the standard colors of candy corn? Yellow, orange, white
8975 Yellow General Knowledge What creatures in Greek mythology are described as man-eating giants with a single eye in the middle of their forehead? Cyclops
8976 Yellow General Knowledge What did Francis Bacon call the purest of pleasures? Gardening
8977 Yellow General Knowledge What did John Harrison invent in 1757? Chronometre
8978 Yellow General Knowledge What do all the degrees in a rectangle add up to? 360
8979 Yellow General Knowledge What does an anthropologist study? Human beings
8980 Yellow General Knowledge What is a young swan called? Cygnet
8981 Yellow General Knowledge What is Canada's national anthem? O Canada
8982 Yellow General Knowledge What is something that is hackneyed? Overused and cliché
8983 Yellow General Knowledge What is the capital of Angola? Luanda
8984 Yellow General Knowledge What is the largest member of the Kingfisher family? Kookaburra
8985 Yellow General Knowledge What is the term "stonewash" usually applied to? Jeans
8986 Yellow General Knowledge What is the term for heating a liquid to just below boiling point? Simmering
8987 Yellow General Knowledge What is the world’s smallest bird? Bee Hummingbird
8988 Yellow General Knowledge What letters do you have to swap in COMPUTER to become a traveller? P to M
8989 Yellow General Knowledge What number has the square root (to the nearest four decimal places) of 1.4142? 2
8990 Yellow General Knowledge What two letters in Scrabble give you 8 points? J and X
8991 Yellow General Knowledge What word means "getting pleasure from other people's misfortunes"? Schadenfreude
8992 Yellow General Knowledge What year was the Berlin Wall built? 1961
8993 Yellow General Knowledge Where was ex-British Prime Minister Tony Blair born? Scotland
8994 Yellow General Knowledge Which 1990 film saw Julia Roberts as the happy hooker Vivian Ward? Pretty Woman
8995 Yellow General Knowledge Which Asian nation selects its head of state every 5 years from amongst nine different royal families? Malaysia
8996 Yellow General Knowledge Which chemical symbol represents Gold? Au
8997 Yellow General Knowledge Which fashion house has Karl Lagerfeld led since 1983? Chanel
8998 Yellow General Knowledge Which former US Vice President campaigned against global warming? Al Gore
8999 Yellow General Knowledge Which issue threatened to split the Church of Scotland in spring 2009? Gay priests
9000 Yellow General Knowledge Which object can split light into separate colors? Prism
9001 Yellow General Knowledge Which of these authors created the character Mrs. Marple Agatha Christy
9002 Yellow General Knowledge Which of these is a car brand marque Cadillac
9003 Yellow General Knowledge Which of these is a luxury car marquee? Cadillac
9004 Yellow General Knowledge Which of these is a type of bird? Starling
9005 Yellow General Knowledge Which of these numbers is not a prime number? 69
9006 Yellow General Knowledge Which of these words is the adjective? Runny
9007 Yellow General Knowledge Which product sold 25 bottles in its first year for $50 and cost $75 to make? Coca-Cola
9008 Yellow General Knowledge Which real-life criminal is portrayed by Johnny Depp in the 2009 movie 'Public Enemies'? John Dillinger
9009 Yellow General Knowledge Who created the character Mrs. Marple? Agatha Christy
9010 Yellow General Knowledge Who was the author of the controversial Architecture Book "Super City"? Alsop
9011 Yellow General Knowledge With whom did Nelson Mandela share the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize? F.W. de Klerk

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9577 Red General Knowledge The Conservatives celebrated a record majority in the Bridgwater byelection in 1970 winning by a massive 10915 votes the largest in the constituency for 50 years It was the first time which demographic were allowed to vote? 18-20 year olds
9578 Red General Knowledge To whom the warning "Beware the ides of March" was directed at? Julius Ceasar
9579 Red General Knowledge What does a philographist collect? Autographs
9580 Red General Knowledge Which demographic were allowed to vote for the first time in the 1970's Bridgewater by-election, bringing a record majority win to the UK Conservative party? 18- 20 year olds

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