Friday Quiz 5 March

Here we are again with a quiz for the weekend. As always the answers are in the first comment below. There are some clues in the images so worth checking those out.

Clues for questions 2, 3, 7, 8, and 10.
Clues for questions, 2, 3, 7, 8, and 10
  1. What is the capital city of Chile?
  2. Which fashion designer invented the ‘little black dress’ (LBD)
  3. Which English football team has the nickname, the red devils? 
  4. In what year was Netflix founded?
  5. What sort of number is an integer?
  6. What was question with the answer 42, in A Hitchikers Guide to the Universe? bonus point – what was the name of the super computer who came up with the answer? 
  7. Who painted ‘A Sunday Afternoon on the island of the Grand Jatte’ or in french,  ‘Un dimanche après-midi à l’Île de la Grande Jatte’? Bonus points at which art gallery would you now be able to see this painting? 
  8. What song did Dolly Parton paraphrase this week as she had her Covid vaccination?
  9. All countries have a national animal.  Easy one this week – what is Australia’s? (There are 2 but only one answer is needed)
  10. The Imitation Game is a 2014 film starring Benedict Cumberbatch portraying the life of which renowned British computer scientist? 


  1. Answers to today’s quiz.

    1. Santiago.
    2. Coco Chanel
    3. Manchester United.
    4. 1997 – who would have thought?
    5. A whole number – it not a fraction or a decimal.
    6. What is the answer to life, the universe and everything. The super computer was Deep Thought.
    7. George Seurat worked using his pointilist technique, now at The Art Institute of Chicago.
    8. She sang, Vaccine, to the tune of Jolene. Dontcha just love Dolly?
    9. The Red Kangaroo,or the Emu, they have two it seems.
    10. Alan Turing, he formulated the test of a machine’s intelligence originally known as The Imitation Game.


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