||How many days are in a Leap Year?
||An end-of-century year cannot be a Leap year unless it is divisible by what number?
||How many Leap Days occur in 400 years?
||In England and Wales, what is the date of the legal birthday for someone born on 29th February?
||In 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
||English actor Joss Ackland was born on 29th February in which year?
||What is it traditional for women to do on 29th February?
||Propose to men
||People born on 29th February have which Zodiac sign?
||Which Saint was said to have set aside 29th February as the day that women were allowed to propose to men?
||The Leap Year Cocktail, which consists of gin, Grand Marnier, sweet vermouth and lemon juice, was invented at which London hotel on 29th February 1928?
||February 30th was a real date in which Scandinavian country?
||The town of Anthony in which US state was known as ‘The Leap Year Capital of the World’?
||In which country in the UK did it used to be considered unlucky to be born on a Leap Day?
||Babies born on 29th February are known as what?
||Sadie Hawkins Day, usually celebrated in the US on 29th February, is named after a character in which Al Capp comic strip?
||In which European country is it considered unlucky to marry on a Leap Day?
||If 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
||Which Roman Emperor was said to be behind the origin of the Leap Year?
||In Scotland, what colour petticoat should women wear, and make sure it is partly visible, to ensure success when they propose to a man?
||A Leap Year occurs every how many years?