The Great Pub Quiz Game Thread

I’m a keen pub quizzer and my local quiz still isn’t running post-lockdown. I wanted a place to share pub quiz questions and get some practice in- enter the LH forum! Join in as a Question Master or a Quizzer. Please just make sure you read and stick with the rules before playing. :woman_teacher:

Game Rules
When being a Question Master:

  1. State your category e.g. General Knowledge, Science & Nature, Geography, Food & Drink, Film & TV, Sex Toys… :writing_hand:
  2. Write out your 10 questions :1234:
  3. Leave them up for ~24 hours to give people a chance to answer :timer_clock:
  4. Post the answers the next day! :white_check_mark:

When being a Quizzer:

  1. Reply to the comment containing the specific question set you’re answering :arrow_right_hook:
  2. Hide your answers from other players using the hide details function (if you’re unsure how to do this have a play in The Sandbox first :beach_umbrella:)
Important secret information concealed here

Ha ha made you click! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

  1. Check back in the next day to see if your answers were correct :calendar:
  2. Post your score! Lets see how well you did :partying_face:

To kick us all off I’ll make a round:

Food and Drink :hamburger: :wine_glass:

  1. Manchego cheese is made from the milk of which animal?
  2. If I made a cocktail of 1 oz Cointreau, 1 oz Lime juice & 2 oz Tequila what would I be drinking?
  3. Which salad contains fresh celery, apples, walnuts, and grapes, dressed in mayonnaise, and is traditionally served on a bed of lettuce?
  4. In which world city did Harry famously invent the Bellini?
  5. In the USA, this vegetable is called an eggplant, what is it known as instead in the UK?
  6. What type of food is Pumpernickel?
  7. In this year’s Great British Bake Off, who is replacing Sandi Toksvig as host?
  8. Flageolet, pinto & butter are all types of what?
  9. McDonalds is truly taking over the world, how many branches do they have worldwide? A) 36,000 B) 360,000 or C) 3,600,000
  10. What type of pasta has a name meaning “little worms”?

Come back tomorrow for the answers! :nerd_face:


Fab idea! :slightly_smiling_face::+1:

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I thought you was getting a round in :beers:

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Mine’s a large vod! :yum:

I swap and change depending on my mood

Love this idea!

…Though sadly Food and Drink is my weakest subject by a mile!!! Give me Science and I’ll blitz it, Film and TV, maybe Geography I’ll have a good go. I will try but will be blind guesses on most I think!

My answers :woman_facepalming:t2::

  1. Sheep - one I actually know!
  2. :woman_shrugging:t2: Tequila Martini
  3. Waldorf… I know it’s not a Caesar and can’t think of many others. I think the Waldorf has celery
  4. Venice
  5. Zucchini
  6. Nut?
  7. Noel Fielding is in it, don’t think he’s replacing Sandy but only answer I have
  8. Milk?
  9. Probably C - 3.6million
  10. I have heard this on a quiz and can’t remember, it’s Verm something.

Disastrous :rofl:

Will try and come up with one over the weekend :blush:

Edit: Sorry got the reply wrong, possibly different as it’s to the first post? Anyway replying to @VanillaWithSprinkles Food and Drink questions.

Also just realised I rushed in on answer 5 and put the wrong answer, reading my answers back now I do know that one damn it :joy:

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Might be an idea to do a mixture of topics within each quiz to give everyone a chance?

You could just set a General Knowledge round? In a real Pub Quiz you have to answer all topics though so I’m up for having a go at subjects I’m useless at. :rofl:


I love pub quizzes and am always happy to come up with questions, will gladly do general knowledge too :blush::+1:t2:


I think I’ll do a science round next but feel free to be a quiz master and post questions on whatever you fancy. From general knowledge to specialist subject on something niche like Star Wars prequels I’m sure that once this quiz is fully up and running there will be something for everyone.


Top tip: you can Bookmark this Topic, and set yourself a reminder so you don’t forget to come back and give us the answers. :+1::slightly_smiling_face:


Science and Nature :test_tube: :leafy_green: :bear:

  1. Who was the first man in space?

  2. What is the favourite food of the sperm whale: Squid, Jellyfish or Sperm?

  3. How many teeth make up a permanent adult set?

  4. For what process do plants need sunlight, CO2 and water?

  5. What’s the most common element in the universe?

  6. What colour is the live wire in a UK plug?

  7. What’s the medical name for the wind-pipe?

  8. What is the tallest and thickest kind of grass?

  9. Which was invented first: the telephone or the light bulb?

  10. Is the most poisonous animal in the world: a frog, a snake or a bat?

Yay, a topic I know a bit more about or can at least make educated guesses at!

My answers to @VanillaWithSprinkles Science and Nature questions:

  1. Yogi Gagarin, he had a better trip than Laika
  2. :rofl: Squid
  3. 32 teeth (from a quick tongue count!)
  4. Photosynthesis
  5. Hydrogen (or standard comedy answer stupidity?)
  6. Brown
  7. Trachea
  8. Hmmm, not certain going to guess bamboo
  9. Light bulb
  10. Hmmm, don’t think it’s a snake. Going with Frog but I may be overthinking it :thinking:

I will come up with a quiz at some stage over the weekend but I for one am definitrly enjoying the ones you’ve set!

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You’ve smashed that round @Peitho well done! Looking forward to having a go at your round this weekend.

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  1. Sheep
  2. Margarita
  3. Waldorf salad
  4. Venice
  5. Aubergine
  6. Bread
  7. Matt Lucas
  8. Bean
  9. A
  10. Vermicelli

@VanillaWithSprinkles. Is that all the branches McDonald’s have??? I thought it would have been more!!

Google/Wikipedia is saying 37,855 :+1:

37,855 restaurants

McDonald’s restaurants are found in 120 countries and territories around the world and serve 68 million customers each day. McDonald’s operates 37,855 restaurants worldwide, employing more than 210,000 people as of the end of 2018.

:rofl: So I scored 3½! Should have checked my answers before posting to change to aubergine but even then only 4½ :see_no_evil:

Bean is obvious now the answers are in front of me, the rest, nope, wouldn’t have got. Quite please that there are not way more Macdonald’s though, I find that quite encouraging! :rofl:

Know I’ve done better on Science and Nature!!!

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My Answers to:
Science and Nature 🧪🥬 🐻
  1. Uri Gregarin (sp?)

  2. Got to be jelly. Everyone loves jelly

  3. Judging by my own, about 7

  4. Photosynthesis

  5. Hydrogen (H)

  6. God, I always get this mixed up. I wish they were more intuitive. Brown.

  7. Trachea

  8. This has got to be something obvious. I can smell it. :thinking: Marijuana

  9. Lightbulb (surely? How else would they see who they’re dialling at night?)

  10. Frog?

  1. Yuri Gagarin
  2. Squid
  3. 32
  4. Photosynthesis
  5. hydrogen
  6. brown
  7. trachea
  8. bamboo
  9. telephone
  10. frog