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    The 78th Annual Hexus Quiz!

    As I was bored, just 15 questions, to test the brains of Hexus users everywhere. Have a go, and I'll give you the answers later. First to get them all (or the most) gets a big kiss, and some twigs, to do with as you wish.

    It begins...

    Question 1: Before being re-named 'Super Mario' by Nintendo, what was the famous plumber known as?

    1) My Hero.

    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile.

    3) Jump Man.

    4) Bowser Bud.



    Question 2: What have Albert Einstein (Swiss Physicist), Lucien Freud (British Artist), Henry Kissinger (US Politician) and Bruce Willis (US Actor) got in common?

    1) They all suffer, or suffered, from diabetes.

    2) They were all born in Germany.

    3) They were all recently voted into the top 10 on a 'Most Influential People of the 20th Century' poll.

    4) They all like, or liked, killing frogs.



    Question 3: The collective noun for a group of Donkeys is...

    1) Drove.

    2) Carte.

    3) A big massive pack of Donkeys.

    4) Cullon.



    Question 4: The very first Archbishop of Canterbury was called...

    1) Richard of Dover.

    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile.

    3) Honurius.

    4) Augustine.



    Question 5: At what age did Sarah bear Abraham a son?

    1) 90.

    2) As soon as the old girl was legal...

    3) 127.

    4) 35.



    Question 6: The love-theme from the 1986 film 'Top Gun' starring Tom Cruise was called what?

    1) This Can't Be Love.

    2) What Is This Thing Called Love?

    3) Take My Breath Away.

    4) Chillin' With Da Bloods Round Compton Way. (Pimp Masta Remix)



    Question 7: Who's dieing words were: 'Last words are for fools who haven't said enough!'

    1) Karl Marx.

    2) Malcolm X.

    3) Caser.

    4) That bloke from the Bee Gee's who kicked the bucket.



    Question 8: An 'Entophyte' is:

    1) A word only grown-ups use.

    2) A plant that needs no sunlight to survive.

    3) A plant that grows inside another plant or animal.

    4) A plant that produces formic acid.



    Question 9: Horatio is a character in which Shakespeare play?

    1) Hamlet.

    2) The Tempest.

    3) Horiatio and Perry Go Large.

    4) Macbeth.



    Question 10: Which of these animals young is not called a Kitten?

    1) Cat. (Yeah, right)

    2) Squirrel.

    3) Otter.

    4) Beaver.



    Question 11: Which American Football team were runners-up in the Super Bowl, 4 years in a row? (1991,1992, 1993, 1994)

    1) Green Bay Packers.

    2) The Super Yanky-Yank-Yank0rs.

    3) Buffalo Bills.

    4) New England Patriots.



    Question 12: The Baader-Meinhof Gang were:

    1) An extremist left-wing terrorist group active in 1960's Germany.

    2) An elite paramilitary police force, formed by the Soviets in 1987.

    3) An extremist right-wing terrorist group active in 1960's Germany.

    4) Bang out of order, my son.



    Question 13: The Jehovah's Witnesses were founded by whom?

    1) John Thomas.

    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile.

    3) Charles Taze Russell.

    4) John Wesley.



    Question 14: When Mikka Hakkinen won the Formula 1 World Driver Championship in 1998 and 1999, he was driving for which team?

    1) Williams-Renault.

    2) Mclaren-Mercedes.

    3) Michael-Jackson-Jnr.

    4) Ferrari.



    Question 15: After succeeding Pope Paul, in 1978, Pope John Paul reigned for only 34 days, before being succeeded by whom?

    1) Pope John Paul George.

    2) Pope Alexander VI.

    3) Pope John Paul II.

    4) Pope John Paul George and Ringo.
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    4) Chillin' With Da Bloods Round Compton Way. (Pimp Masta Remix)
    You have no idea how hard i laughed at that, for some strange reason

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    How long does it take you to come up with this stupid - yet funny - nonsense?
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    This thread is from the Neolithic age, isn't it?

    Anyway, scary as it may be, it just flows from my fingertips; comes natural.

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    seeing as no one entered...

    Question 1: Before being re-named 'Super Mario' by Nintendo, what was the famous plumber known as?

    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile.

    Question 2: What have Albert Einstein (Swiss Physicist), Lucien Freud (British Artist), Henry Kissinger (US Politician) and Bruce Willis (US Actor) got in common?

    4) They all like, or liked, killing frogs.

    Question 3: The collective noun for a group of Donkeys is...

    3) A big massive pack of Donkeys.

    Question 4: The very first Archbishop of Canterbury was called...

    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile.

    Question 5: At what age did Sarah bear Abraham a son?

    2) As soon as the old girl was legal...

    Question 6: The love-theme from the 1986 film 'Top Gun' starring Tom Cruise was called what?

    4) Chillin' With Da Bloods Round Compton Way. (Pimp Masta Remix)

    Question 7: Who's dieing words were: 'Last words are for fools who haven't said enough!'

    4) That bloke from the Bee Gee's who kicked the bucket.

    Question 8: An 'Entophyte' is:

    1) A word only grown-ups use.

    Question 9: Horatio is a character in which Shakespeare play?

    3) Horiatio and Perry Go Large.

    Question 10: Which of these animals young is not called a Kitten?

    1) Cat. (Yeah, right)

    Question 11: Which American Football team were runners-up in the Super Bowl, 4 years in a row? (1991,1992, 1993, 1994)

    2) The Super Yanky-Yank-Yank0rs.

    Question 12: The Baader-Meinhof Gang were:

    4) Bang out of order, my son.

    Question 13: The Jehovah's Witnesses were founded by whom?

    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile.

    Question 14: When Mikka Hakkinen won the Formula 1 World Driver Championship in 1998 and 1999, he was driving for which team?

    3) Michael-Jackson-Jnr.

    Question 15: After succeeding Pope Paul, in 1978, Pope John Paul reigned for only 34 days, before being succeeded by whom?

    4) Pope John Paul George and Ringo.



    Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile - fecking legend if I say so meself

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    I post it, it gets 2 replies, drops off the front page, and a year later, is bumped for no reason and someone fills it in.

    HEXUS - stranger than fiction.

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    well I couldn't let all that work (or lack of) go to waste, could I?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarffie
    well I couldn't let all that work (or lack of) go to waste, could I?
    Yep.

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    Question 1: Before being re-named 'Super Mario' by Nintendo, what was the famous plumber known as?

    4) Bowser Bud.



    Question 2: What have Albert Einstein (Swiss Physicist), Lucien Freud (British Artist), Henry Kissinger (US Politician) and Bruce Willis (US Actor) got in common?

    3) They were all recently voted into the top 10 on a 'Most Influential People of the 20th Century' poll.


    Question 3: The collective noun for a group of Donkeys is...

    1) Drove.


    Question 4: The very first Archbishop of Canterbury was called...

    1) Richard of Dover.


    Question 5: At what age did Sarah bear Abraham a son?


    4) 35.



    Question 6: The love-theme from the 1986 film 'Top Gun' starring Tom Cruise was called what?


    3) Take My Breath Away.


    Question 7: Who's dieing words were: 'Last words are for fools who haven't said enough!'

    1) Karl Marx.

    *****I thought 2 of the beegees had died? :s maybe not...

    Question 8: An 'Entophyte' is:

    3) A plant that grows inside another plant or animal.




    Question 9: Horatio is a character in which Shakespeare play?


    4) Macbeth.



    Question 10: Which of these animals young is not called a Kitten?

    2) Squirrel.


    Question 11: Which American Football team were runners-up in the Super Bowl, 4 years in a row? (1991,1992, 1993, 1994)


    4) New England Patriots.



    Question 12: The Baader-Meinhof Gang were:

    1) An extremist left-wing terrorist group active in 1960's Germany.


    Question 13: The Jehovah's Witnesses were founded by whom?

    1) John Thomas.

    Question 14: When Mikka Hakkinen won the Formula 1 World Driver Championship in 1998 and 1999, he was driving for which team?


    2) Mclaren-Mercedes.



    Question 15: After succeeding Pope Paul, in 1978, Pope John Paul reigned for only 34 days, before being succeeded by whom?

    3) Pope John Paul II.



    *** 90% of these are wrong but i couldnt be bothered actually thinkin bout them lol

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    Number 2, recently?

    Number 6, I knew that
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    Ah. I can't actually remember the answers now. Oh well.

    Number 1 is Jump Man though, not Bowser Bud.

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    Oh go on then, might as will give it a go

    Question 1: Before being re-named 'Super Mario' by Nintendo, what was the famous plumber known as?

    3) Jump Man.


    Question 2: What have Albert Einstein (Swiss Physicist), Lucien Freud (British Artist), Henry Kissinger (US Politician) and Bruce Willis (US Actor) got in common?

    2) They were all born in Germany.


    Question 3: The collective noun for a group of Donkeys is...

    None of those, it's actually a pace..



    Question 4: The very first Archbishop of Canterbury was called...

    4) Augustine.



    Question 5: At what age did Sarah bear Abraham a son?

    1) 90.


    Question 6: The love-theme from the 1986 film 'Top Gun' starring Tom Cruise was called what?

    3) Take My Breath Away.



    Question 7: Who's dieing words were: 'Last words are for fools who haven't said enough!'

    1) Karl Marx.



    Question 8: An 'Entophyte' is:

    3) A plant that grows inside another plant or animal.



    Question 9: Horatio is a character in which Shakespeare play?

    1) Hamlet.



    Question 10: Which of these animals young is not called a Kitten?

    3) Otter.



    Question 11: Which American Football team were runners-up in the Super Bowl, 4 years in a row? (1991,1992, 1993, 1994)

    3) Buffalo Bills.



    Question 12: The Baader-Meinhof Gang were:

    1) An extremist left-wing terrorist group active in 1960's Germany.



    Question 13: The Jehovah's Witnesses were founded by whom?

    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile. (no idea and I care even less lol)




    Question 14: When Mikka Hakkinen won the Formula 1 World Driver Championship in 1998 and 1999, he was driving for which team?

    2) Mclaren-Mercedes. (sheesh, was it that long ago??)



    Question 15: After succeeding Pope Paul, in 1978, Pope John Paul reigned for only 34 days, before being succeeded by whom?

    3) Pope John Paul II. (aka Karol Wojtyla apparently)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoo
    None of those, it's actually a pace..
    I've seen it listen as a drove, a pace and even a gobble. I suppose we can agree on one thing though - nobody cares.

    Question 13: The Jehovah's Witnesses were founded by whom?
    2) Paul Cook, the amazing Crocodile. (no idea and I care even less lol)
    Indeed, although as educated guesses go, its not a good one.

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