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1.         What would you keep in a cresset?

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2.         In which English county is Charnwood Forest?

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3.         What do we call a boat with an oval, wickerwork frame covered with a leather skin?

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4.         On which horse did Fred Winter win the Grand National in 1957?

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5.         Which footballer made a record with Lindisfarne?

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6.         How many children does Donald Duck have?

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7.         Who said “it’s not the men in my life that counts – it’s the life in my men?

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8.         Who, in 1907, was the first woman to receive the Order of Merit?

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9.         Which metal is extracted from sphalerite?

Answer = Zinc

10.      What was Charles Conrad the third person to do, in 1969?

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11.      Which member of the royal family abseiled down a dam without a safety helmet in 1998?

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12.      What make and model of car was James Dean driving when he crashed and died in 1955?

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I’ll bet you didn’t know ….

 

The table fork was introduced to England by Thomas Coryat in 1608

Answer  I didn’t

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.. not enough roughage in their diet, obviously!

Answers to last Friday's quiz: 1.       Rawhide 2.       A bird 3.       British Thermal Unit 4.       Mark Phillips 5.       Chartwell 6.       David 7.       Polio

I remembered -  to nights one liners :-   I’d like to start with the chimney jokes – I’ve got a stack of them. The first one is on the house.   Do twins ever realize that one of them is

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Answers to last week's quiz:

1.       Oil, pitch or anything flammable. ‘Fire’ is also acceptable.

2.       Leicestershire

3.       Coracle

4.       Sundew

5.       Paul Gascoigne

6.       None

7.       Mae West

8.       Florence Nightingale

9.       Zinc

10.   Walk on the moon

11.   Prince Harry

12.   Porsche Spyder

New quiz tomorrow.

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New reports today indicate that covid restrictions here will probably continue for a few months at least! There are endless problems with obtaining vaccines and endless changes to the priority listing of recipients of said vaccine. Looks like you'll have to put up with my quiz a while longer. It breaks the week up for me and provides a fast point in my existence as well as polishing the old bumps of knowledge. I hope it's doing the same for you!

This week I am asking:

1.         William the Conqueror ordered the compilation of which historical log?

2.         What is the Medieval Latin name for Wales?

3.         What type of animal lives in a holt?

4.         Why was the coronation of Edward VII delayed for six weeks?

5.         When Ronald Reagan was President who was his vice president?

6.         What is David Frost’s middle name?

7.         What binding medium is used in gouache painting?

8.         Which king married and divorced an Englishwoman name Toni Gardiner?

9.         Which ingredient, vital to choux pastry is missing from puff pastry?

10.      Which German motor car manufacturer produced the first motorcycle by fixing an engine to a frame in 1885?

11.      Who wrote Watership Down?

12.      Who had a dog called Gnasher?

 

I’ll bet you didn’t know ….

Tutankhamen’s coffin weighs 2 450 lb.

Answers on Thursday next week.

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I can relate to your predicament CL, Although our restrictions generally are not as severe as in many countries, Canada is having the same Covid problems, Politics, 10 Provinces 3 Territories all working separately and with not enough vaccine, all setting different priorities, I've had my first shot but the second one might be four months!,

I look forward to doing the Friday night quiz over BREAKFAST. (the rest of the day can just wait!) thank you for the challenges you set.

 

1.        Domesday Book

2.         Cambria (Cymru.)

3.         Otter

4.         Abdominal abscess.

5.         George H. W. Bush

6.         Paradine

7.         Gum arabic

8.         King Hussein of Jordan

9.         Eggs

10.      Daimler

11.       Richard Adams

12.      Dennis the Menace

 

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12 hours ago, Vic Patterson said:

I look forward to doing the Friday night quiz over BREAKFAST. (the rest of the day can just wait!) thank you for the challenges you set.

Don't thank me Vic! Thank the corona viruset that's forcing me (and many others) to find ways of keeping track of the days, weeks and months when the usual landmarks have been obliviated by restrictions. The usual group activities that divided up my week: water aerobics on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Spanish group on Mondays and OAP group on Friday are no longer fixed points. We've had to find other landmarks. For me that's become: Letter writing on Tuesdays (I've adopted two elderly people in residential care and they both get a letter in the post on Wednesday/Thursday). I hope that's a landmark for them as well, now that visiting is restricted. Thursday I prepare a quiz for friends and family and post the answers to the previous week. Friday I post the new quiz. Wednesday night has become 'Tapas night'. We are steadily working our way through a Tapas recipe book I got from a spanish friend. Mind you, some of the ingredients are hard to get here. There doesn't seem to be any great demand for bull's testicles (sliced and fried are delicious apparently) or pigs blood. I wonder why!! We reckon we'll get another 10 Wednesday nights out of the book then we'll have to fill the slot with something else.

I'm glad you like the quiz. It's not a bad idea to keep the grey cells active, particularly in these trying times. 

 

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1.         William the Conqueror ordered the compilation of which historical log?

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2.         What is the Medieval Latin name for Wales?

Answer = Cambria

3.         What type of animal lives in a holt?

Answer = Otter

4.         Why was the coronation of Edward VII delayed for six weeks?

Answer = Abdominal abscess

5.         When Ronald Reagan was President who was his vice president?

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6.         What is David Frost’s middle name?

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7.         What binding medium is used in gouache painting?

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8.         Which king married and divorced an Englishwoman name Toni Gardiner?

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9.         Which ingredient, vital to choux pastry is missing from puff pastry?

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10.      Which German motor car manufacturer produced the first motorcycle by fixing an engine to a frame in 1885?

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11.      Who wrote Watership Down?

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12.      Who had a dog called Gnasher?

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I’ll bet you didn’t know ….

 

Tutankhamen’s coffin weighs 2 450 lb.

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Answers to last wek's quiz:

1.       Domesday book

2.       Cambria

3.       Otter

4.       He required an emergency appendectomy

5.       George Bush

6.       Paradine

7.       Glue

8.       King Hussein of Jordan

9.       Egg

10.   Gottlieb Daimler

11.   Richard Adams

12.   Dennis the Menace

The quiz tomorrow will be an Easter Special!

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Anyone remember this one from 1950?

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On 01/04/2021 at 15:36, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

our choclate in the 1950's was Co-op

I think mine was too! However, i did get to taste  a Thorntons egg ( a very small piece of) a couple of times in my childhood. My sister worked for Berthe Burns in her 'Tea Rooms in Morpeth and Bertha was very generous at Xmas and Easter when her employees recieved a small box of chocolates (Xmas) or a chocolate egg (Easter) - always from Thorntons.

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Here it is - the Easter special with lots of easter related questions, a few extra and a special bonus question. Happy Easter to everyone:

1.         What is pysanka?

2.         What do Australians use to symbolize Easter instead of a rabbit?

3.         According to tradition, Hot Cross Buns are made without which ingredient?

4.         Who was the jeweler famous for making ornate Easter eggs for the Russian royal family?

5.         From what does Easter get its name?

6.         What is the Easter egg supposed to symbolize?

7.         In 1592 a British monarch banned the sale of hot Cross buns on any day except Easter, Christmas and on one other occasion. Which occasion?

8.         From which country did the concept of the Easter bunny originate?

9.         Which American President rolled the first, annual White House Easter egg?

10.      What was the main objective of the Easter Act of 1928 which never came into force?

11.      Is the Easter Bunny ever mentioned in the Bible?

12.      The period of fasting before Easter is called Lent. What is the duration of Lent?

13.      What is the weight of the largest (real) egg on record?

14.      What is the more popular/common name for Shrove Tuesday?

15.      Easter Island belongs to which country?

16.      Easter fell on which date 2017?

17.      What do we call the day which falls 3 days before Easter?

18.      Which country introduced the tradition of Hot Cross buns at Easter?

19.      What is the first day of Lent, Ash Wednesday or Shrove Tuesday?

20.      Pascua is the name for Easter in which language?

21.      BONUS question: What do you get if you pour boiling water down a rabbit hole?

 

I’ll bet you didn’t know ….

The world’s largest Easter egg weighs in at 5,000 lbs. it stands 31 ft tall and 18 ft wide and can be found near our good friend, Vic, in Alberta, Canada. It took 12,000 hours to make and is actually a jig-saw rather than a sculpture, as it’s made from 3,500 pieces of aluminium. 

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1.         Ukrainian Easter egg

2.        The Easter Bilby

3.        Dairy products

4.         Peter Carl Fabergé's

5.         Pre-Christian goddess in England, Eostre, who was celebrated at beginning of spring.

6.         Fertility and rebirth,  Easter eggs symbolize the empty tomb of Jesus, from which Jesus resurrected.

7.         Queen Elizabeth I

8.         Germany

9.         President Hayes

10.      Establish Easter Sunday as the Sunday following the second Saturday in April

11.      No

12.      40 days

13.      16 oz

14.      Pancake Tuesday!

15.     Chile

16.      April 16

17.      Maundy Thursday

18.      England

19.      Ash Wednesday

20.      Spanish

21.      Hot cross bunnies!

I used to pass this Pysanka in Vegreville on my way to Saskatoon.

 

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8 hours ago, Canny lass said:

I think mine was too! However, i did get to taste  a Thorntons egg ( a very small piece of) a couple of times in my childhood. My sister worked for Berthe Burns in her 'Tea Rooms in Morpeth and Bertha was very generous at Xmas and Easter when her employees recieved a small box of chocolates (Xmas) or a chocolate egg (Easter) - always from Thorntons.

Chocolate! we used to dye or paint our paste eggs! then exchange them them within the family then have egg japping contest at tea time, (pointy to pointy and blunt to blunt ends!)

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10 hours ago, Vic Patterson said:

Chocolate! we used to dye or paint our paste eggs! then exchange them them within the family then have egg japping contest at tea time, (pointy to pointy and blunt to blunt ends!)

Now you have me thinking Vic - how we did our paste eggs?

My memory says our mam would boil the ones to be used for japping with the brown outer skins of onions making the egg shell stain a patchy brown.

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On half of the eggs to be boiled for japping my dad was allowed to put designs on them by using a candle. He would draw out a pattern, with the candle, on the egg shell and the egg would then be wrapped with the onion skins, secured onto the egg with cord/twine, and then the egg boiled. When the onion skins were removed, after boiling, the wax from the candle had protected the onion skins from staining the pattern that had been drawn with the candle.

We all had one hardboiled egg to paint = competition and the winners egg was kept on display for months, or until one of the loosing children accidently😇 knocked the winning egg over and cracked the shell.

Being the youngest of the 3 lads my head was a place where the other two would crack open a hard boiled egg😬

 

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5 hours ago, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

 

My memory says our mam would boil the ones to be used for japping with the brown outer skins of onions making the egg shell stain a patchy brown.

Pace-Eggs.jpg.5c9392721662ddb96d052f6ef51174c9.jpg

On half of the eggs to be boiled for japping my dad was allowed to put designs on them by using a candle. He would draw out a pattern, with the candle, on the egg shell and the egg would then be wrapped with the onion skins, secured onto the egg with cord/twine, and then the egg boiled. When the onion skins were removed, after boiling, the wax from the candle had protected the onion skins from staining the pattern that had been drawn with the candle.

We all had one hardboiled egg to paint = competition and the winners egg was kept on display for months, or until one of the loosing children accidently😇 knocked the winning egg over and cracked the shell.

Being the youngest of the 3 lads my head was a place where the other two would crack open a hard boiled egg😬

 

Yes Alan that is how we decorated most of the eggs, hand painting the rest of them. My dad was quite an artist and he would paint pictures mostly the three crosses etc, he even made "Humpty Dumpy" eggs, plastercine limbs and sitting on a match box, my wife won a wrist watch with one at "the Club" or Grapes! 

These are about 35 years old, and come out each year.

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1.         What is pysanka?

Answer = Ukrainian Easter egg, decorated with traditional Ukrainian folk designs using a wax-resist method.

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2.         What do Australians use to symbolize Easter instead of a rabbit?

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3.         According to tradition, Hot Cross Buns are made without which ingredient?

Answer = Dairy products - In many historically Christian countries, plain buns made without dairy products (forbidden in Lent until Palm Sunday)

4.         Who was the jeweler famous for making ornate Easter eggs for the Russian royal family?

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5.         From what does Easter get its name?

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6.         What is the Easter egg supposed to symbolize?

Answer = From a Christian perspective, Easter eggs are said to represent Jesus' emergence from the tomb and resurrection.

7.         In 1592 a British monarch banned the sale of hot Cross buns on any day except Easter, Christmas and on one other occasion. Which occasion?

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8.         From which country did the concept of the Easter bunny originate?

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9.         Which American President rolled the first, annual White House Easter egg?

Answer = Rutherford B Hayes – April 22nd 1878

10.      What was the main objective of the Easter Act of 1928 which never came into force?

Answer = to establish Easter Sunday as the Sunday following the second Saturday in April, resulting in Easter Sunday being between 9 April and 15 April.

11.      Is the Easter Bunny ever mentioned in the Bible?

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12.      The period of fasting before Easter is called Lent. What is the duration of Lent?

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13.      What is the weight of the largest (real) egg on record?

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14.      What is the more popular/common name for Shrove Tuesday?

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15.      Easter Island belongs to which country?

Answer = Chile

16.      Easter fell on which date 2017?

Answer = April 16th

17.      What do we call the day which falls 3 days before Easter?

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18.      Which country introduced the tradition of Hot Cross buns at Easter?

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19.      What is the first day of Lent, Ash Wednesday or Shrove Tuesday?

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20.      Pascua is the name for Easter in which language?

Answer = Spanish

21.      BONUS question: What do you get if you pour boiling water down a rabbit hole?

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Answers to last week's quiz:

1.       A traditionally decorated Ukrainian Easter egg

2.       A bilby

3.       Dairy products

4.       Peter Carl Fabergé

5.       The pagan goddess Eostre

6.       Rebirth

7.       Burials

8.       Germany

9.       Rutherford B. Hayes

10.   To set a fixed date for Easter

11.   No

12.   30 days

13.   2,589 kg (5 lb 11.36 oz) ostrich egg laid in Borlänge, Sweden 17 May 2008.

14.   Pancake Day. Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday are also acceptable

15.   Chile

16.   April 16

17.   Maundy Thursday

18.   United Kingdom

19.   Shrove Tuesday

20.   Spanish

21.   Hot cross bunnies.

New quiz tomorrow!

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It's Friday night, it's quiz night!

1.         Which war was fought between 1899 and 1902?

2.         In which house did Catherine Earnshaw live?

3.         Who owned the High Chaparral ranch?

4.         In 1965 an eagle escaped from the aviary at London Zoo. What was its name?

5.         How many players did England use in the 1966 Football World Cup Finals?

6.         Which bone can be found between the femur and the tibia?

7.         What is the principal chemical element found in sand?

8.         Which model of car, produced by Ford in the 1960s, was named after the Greek word for west wind?

9.         Which disease is prevented by the Sabin vaccine?

10.      Which singer has released duets with Donna Summer, Neil Diamond and Barry Gibb?

11.      What is a horse called when it is 12 months old?

12.      In Cockney slang which device is referred to as a ‘dog’?

 

I’ll bet you didn’t know ….

The average new-born baby spends 133 minutes a day crying.

Answers on Thursday as usual,

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1.         Second Boer War

2.         Thrushcross Grange,

3.         The Cannon family

4.         Goldie

5.         22

6.         Patella

7.        Silicon

8.         Zephyr

9.         Polio

10.      Barbra Streisand

11.      Yearling

12.      Telephone

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1.         Which war was fought between 1899 and 1902?

Answer =1135413517_1war.jpg.b57339b0599a74a03d1c3a7348c36d7b.jpg

 

2.         In which house did Catherine Earnshaw live?

Answer = Thrushcross Grange

3.         Who owned the High Chaparral ranch?

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4.         In 1965 an eagle escaped from the aviary at London Zoo. What was its name?

Answer = Goldie

5.         How many players did England use in the 1966 Football World Cup Finals?

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6.         Which bone can be found between the femur and the tibia?

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7.         What is the principal chemical element found in sand?

Answer = Silica

8.         Which model of car, produced by Ford in the 1960s, was named after the Greek word for west wind?

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9.         Which disease is prevented by the Sabin vaccine?

Answer = Polio

10.      Which singer has released duets with Donna Summer, Neil Diamond and Barry Gibb?

Answer =10.jpg.da15dc4018e8f81d26a3f781aae06c31.jpg

11.      What is a horse called when it is 12 months old?

Answer = Yearling

12.      In Cockney slang which device is referred to as a ‘dog’?

Answer =1922257144_12phone.jpg.8e7d97ff6073918e48d642da626a6962.jpg

 

 

I’ll bet you didn’t know ….

 

The average new-born baby spends 133 minutes a day crying.

Answer = I did – according to me mam I broke the trend. I slept most of the day.:)

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On 03/04/2021 at 01:55, Vic Patterson said:

I used to pass this Pysanka in Vegreville on my way to Saskatoon.

I'm a bit late in asking but is it a permanent feature, all year round, or do they just bring it out at Easter? If it's all year round do you know why?

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Answers to last wek's quiz:

1.       Boer war

2.       Wuthering Heights

3.       John Cannon

4.       Goldie

5.       15

6.       Patella

7.       Silicon

8.       Zephyr

9.       Poliomyelitis

10.   Barbara Streisand

11.   Yearling

12.   Telephone (dog and bone – usually shortened to ‘dog’)

New quiz tomorrow!

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1 hour ago, Canny lass said:

I'm a bit late in asking but is it a permanent feature, all year round, or do they just bring it out at Easter? If it's all year round do you know why?

It's permanent CL, nicely located in a park not too far from the highway making it a good rest area for travellers.

 

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3 hours ago, Vic Patterson said:

t's permanent CL, nicely located in a park not too far from the highway making it a good rest area for travellers.

It must have some relevance for the area if it's nothing to do with just Easter. Any idea what?

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6 hours ago, Canny lass said:

It must have some relevance for the area if it's nothing to do with just Easter. Any idea what?

Vegreville is predominately settled with Ukrainian immigrants, mainly farmers, and the pysanka being their traditional way of decorating Easter eggs, the area is well known for its heritage preservation, music, dancing, singing etc and like many other small towns they like to advertise their clams to fame by erecting a large symbol, which also happens to be a wind vane! Grande Cache has a Grande Cache!

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