Bulls Head Quiz – Sunday 5th April

Welcome to the Bulls Head Quiz - Sunday 5th April

Last weeks winners were Twinz Inc with 33 out of 38 or 86% - Congratulations. All results can be found here. Last weeks results
This week we have, music intro's, picture rounds, local knowledge and general knowledge questions. The questions are made up of multiple choice and text inputs
Please note, this is a time limited quiz. As soon as you open the page the timer will start!

Last week was just a test really and limited to 10 minuets. This weeks quiz has a longer timer - 30ish minutes, which should give you plenty of time.

Thanks for joining us and please continue to stay safe.
Tracy x
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1.

Music Intro's Round



*If you can't see the play button, click on the left side of the player...


Name the artist or the song name.
10. Where in Callington would you find this Mural?


11. What the name of the hill in the background of the mural

12. Who would have painted the pub like this?




13. Where is this?

14. How many PUBS are there in Callington?
15. What month is Callington Honey Fair?
16. Who has found a novel way to protect against the "virus"

17. Name Callingtons local drag artist.

18. On the subject of Drag Queens, who is this trainee?



19. When not being Vera Duckworth, who is this.



20.

Food and drink...


What color is the French wine Beaujolais?

21. Which nuts are used in marzipan?
22. Which country is the origin of the cocktail Mojito?
23. Which country is the origin of the Stella beer?
24. What is Japanese sake made from?
25. What beer is marketed as The king of beers?
26. Which country does the Peroni beer come from?
27. Which cheese is traditionally used for pizzas? (Take care, the spelling is important.)
28. What should you do in the Arab countries to show that the food was delicious?
29.

General Knowledge...


What is the largest number of five digits?

30. Which animal is on the golden Flemish flag?
31. What is the name of the Indian holy river?
32. How long is the Great Wall of China?
33. How many stars feature on the flag of New Zealand?
34. What colour to do you get when you mix red and white?
35. Which two months are named after Roman emperors?
36. What is both a French wine region and a luxury American automobile?
37. How many stars has the American flag got?
38.

Quick fire round.


How many strings has a Ukulele?

39. In what month is Hogmanay celebrated?
40. What is the tallest existing mammal?
41. What is the main ingredient of risotto?
42. Which of the seven dwarfs has the longest name?
43. Which city is also known as ‘The Big Apple’?
44. Which snooker player was also known as the Hurricane?
45. In Thunderbirds what type of car does Lady Penelope own?
46. Which country is the largest producer of cheese?
47. Just for fun...
Should this band and dancer be booked for opening night?
48. Finally - Don't drink and DIY


11 thoughts on “Bulls Head Quiz – Sunday 5th April

  • 5th April 2020 at 5:04 pm
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    Great Wall of China is a lot longer than stated

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    • 5th April 2020 at 5:09 pm
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      Whoops! Amended the question – just nipped over there and measured it! hehehehe

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  • 5th April 2020 at 5:05 pm
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    That’s cool did better than we thought x

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  • 5th April 2020 at 8:37 pm
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    Paul Trevithick’s name is actually Trev, and that’s official!!

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  • 5th April 2020 at 10:38 pm
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    Is Budweiser not Bud?

    & Arborio rice not rice!!

    🤣🤣🤣

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    • 5th April 2020 at 10:43 pm
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      Ahh, just like being in the pub, good old debate.
      Rice is rice! Bud is whatever you said.
      In fairness, we had Budweiser as the initial answer then added Bud as well but the programme let us down! The same for Paul/Trev both being correct answers and both did work in testing. Well that our excuse and we are sticking to it, but it’s honest guv honest.
      Next time we will just have one answer and the judges decision will be final. hehehehe :-}

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    • 5th April 2020 at 10:48 pm
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      Debate!!! – The principal varieties used in Italy are Arborio, Baldo, Carnaroli, Maratelli, Padano, Roma, and Vialone Nano.
      Risotto

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  • 6th April 2020 at 6:19 pm
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    So who won and what’s the prize 🤔

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