Questions for Quizmasters
A collection of questions for pub quizzes
1576 questions in 10 categories with answers
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'The character 'Q' appears in all but two James Bond films. He is the head of Q Branch (later Q Division). What does Q stand for?'
Random quote on Money
Canada Bill Jones' Motto: It's morally wrong to allow suckers to keep their money.
Supplement: A .44 magnum beats four aces.
Fame at last
10th January 2009. We've received a very nice message from John Bowe:
Just like to thank you for your questions that have been used on my impossible pub quiz on John Bowe saturday radio show in Ireland. The show has been going for over 4 years and we have used your questions regularly.
Thank you John!
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The quiz is held in English and consists of eight rounds of ten questions. Each round is on a topic or theme and one round may be chosen as a joker round earning double points for each correct answer.
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