Number of questions: 30
1 - What is the name of the very first video uploaded to YouTube?
2 - "Santa Claus" is a variety of melon.
3 - What does a milliner make and sell?
4 - Haggis is traditionally ate on Burns Night.
5 - Which of the following carbonated soft drinks were introduced first?
6 - What is real haggis made of?
7 - Which country drives on the left side of the road?
8 - What is the full title of the Prime Minister of the UK?
9 - What is the star sign of someone born on Valentines day?
10 - Which language is NOT Indo-European?
11 - What was the name given to Japanese military dictators who ruled the country through the 12th and 19th Century?
12 - What is the romanized Russian word for "winter"?
13 - In a standard set of playing cards, which is the only king without a moustache?
14 - Furby was released in 1998.
15 - Which country has the most Trappist breweries?
16 - Cucumbers are usually more than 90% water.
17 - The term "Spam" came before the food product "Spam".
18 - The French word for "glass" is "glace".
19 - The pickled gherkin was first added to hamburgers because a US health law required all fast-food to include a source of Vitamin C.
20 - The word "news" originates from the first letters of the 4 main directions on a compass (North, East, West, South).
21 - "Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo." is a grammatically correct sentence.
22 - What is the name of the popular animatronic singing fish prop, singing such hits such as "Don't Worry, Be Happy"?
23 - The vapor produced by e-cigarettes is actually water.
24 - What alcoholic drink is mainly made from juniper berries?
25 - What is the defining characteristic of someone who is described as hirsute?
26 - Scotch whisky and Drambuie make up which cocktail?
27 - Which iconic Disneyland attraction was closed in 2017 to be remodeled as a "Guardians of the Galaxy" themed ride?
28 - Which of these words means "idle spectator"?
29 - Amsterdam Centraal station is twinned with what station?
30 - Earl Grey tea is black tea flavoured with what?