Thursday’s quiz

You’re welcome to pose the questions.

Anyone who stumps everyone will win a virtual collection of Footrot Flats books.


6 Responses to Thursday’s quiz

  1. Andrei says:

    (1) Who was the husband of Isabella of France?

    (2) In what famous historical movie epic did she anachronistically appear portrayed as an adulterous lover of the main character?

    (3) What was her husband’s legendary fate?

    (4) What was she doing when her greatest enemy was executed and what was his name?

    (5) Who was her lover and what was his eventual fate?

  2. J Bloggs says:

    1) Edward 2

    2) Braveheart

    3) Death by anal insertion of a red hot poker


    5) Roger Mortimer, he was tried for treason and excuted

  3. J Bloggs says:

    1) Who was the 11th son of Jacob?

    2) What event does recent scholarship claim to have occured on Friday 3rd April, 33CE?

    3) Who is the valet in P.G Wodehouse’s novels about a 1920’s english fop?

    4) With which country is Maria Eva Duarte most closely associated?

    5) Who wrote “The Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats”?

    6) What is the Palais Garnier better know as?

    7) Which film ends with the line “All right, Mr De Mille, I’m ready for my close up”?

    8) What do the above questions all have in common?

  4. Andrei says:

    J Bloggs

    (1) Joseph

    (2) Supposedly the crucifixion (please use AD and not the neo marxist CE in future, we are not communist heathens but people with a rich culture and heritage we should celebrate)

    (3) Jeeves

    (4) She is better known as Eva Peron and the answer is Argentina

    (5) TS Eliot

    (6) That is the Paris Opera House

    (7) Sunset Boulevard

    (8) The theme is musicals though I can’t place a musical based on Bertie Wooster and/or Jeeves – the others are Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar or Godspell, Cats, and eponymously Sunset Boulevard and I loath them one and all

  5. Will says:

    1. Joseph?
    2. Jesus crucified?
    3. Jeeves.
    4. Argentina?
    5. T.S. Eliot.
    6. —–
    7. Sunset Boulevard.
    8. A lack of confidence in my answers.

  6. Teletext says:


    4. I believe that her enemy was Hugh Despenser the younger who became Edward II’s lover. I’m not sure what she was doing at the time of his death at Bannockburn. She and Mortimer were responsible for the death of Hugh Despenser the elder as he was executed, hacked to pieces and his body fed to the dogs after the seige of Bristol

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