1How many days are in a Leap Year?366
2An end-of-century year cannot be a Leap year unless it is divisible by what number?400
3How many Leap Days occur in 400 years?97
4In England and Wales, what is the date of the legal birthday for someone born on 29th February?1st March
5In which Gilbert and Sullivan opera does Frederic only count his Leap Year birthdays, so his apprenticeship would not end until he is in his eighties?The Pirates of Penzance
6English actor Joss Ackland was born on 29th February in which year?1928
7What is it traditional for women to do on 29th February?Propose to men
8People born on 29th February have which Zodiac sign?Pisces
9Which Saint was said to have set aside 29th February as the day that women were allowed to propose to men?St. Patrick
10The Leap Year Cocktail, which consists of gin, Grand Marnier, sweet vermouth and lemon juice, was invented at which London hotel on 29th February 1928?Savoy Hotel
11February 30th was a real date in which Scandinavian country?Sweden
12The town of Anthony in which US state was known as ‘The Leap Year Capital of the World’?Texas
13In which country in the UK did it used to be considered unlucky to be born on a Leap Day?Scotland
14Babies born on 29th February are known as what?Leaplings
15Sadie Hawkins Day, usually celebrated in the US on 29th February, is named after a character in which Al Capp comic strip?Li’l Abner
16In which European country is it considered unlucky to marry on a Leap Day?Greece
17If a man refused a proposal from a woman on 29th February what two things did he have to give her?A kiss and a silk gown
18Which Roman Emperor was said to be behind the origin of the Leap Year?Julius Caesar
19In Scotland, what colour petticoat should women wear, and make sure it is partly visible, to ensure success when they propose to a man?Red
20A Leap Year occurs every how many years?Four