||What is the largest gulf in the world?
||Gulf of Mexico
||Melbourne is the capital of which Australian state?
||How many squares are on a Spear’s Games Snakes and Ladders board?
|| ‘The Compact Pussycat’ is driven by which character in the children’s television series ‘Wacky Races’?
||How many Deadly Sins are there?
||How many Jokers are in a standard pack of cards?
||Tipperary is in which European country?
||Eddie Fisher, Michael Todd and John Warner were all married to which late Hollywood actress?
||The Canterbury Tales , published in the 15th Century, was written by which poet?
||Madras was the former name of which Indian city?
||What is Philip Treacy famous for designing?
||Which firework is said to be named after an instrument of torture on which a saint is said to have been martyred?
||Prince Albert, husband of British monarch Queen Victoria, was born in which modern-day country?
||Which animal is depicted as the face of breakfast cereal Coco Pops?
||The countries Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya are all in which continent?
||According to the nursery rhyme, who had ‘Ten thousand men’?
||The Grand Old Duke of York
||What is the square root of 144?
||What colour is superhero Batman’s Batphone?
|| ‘The Grand Ole Opry’ in America is famous for what type of music?
||The caber, kilts and bagpipes are all associated with with European country?