Name the food from the description
1. A meringue base or shell filled with whipped cream and fruit.
2. A square of sponge cake dipped in chocolate and coated in coconut, popular in Australia.
All or part of the below answers are anagrams of Norse, Greek, Roman or Egyptian gods. The gods are in alphabetical order.
1. Which 1994 track Seal's best-selling song, despite him having thrown it away after first writing it in 1987?
2. A leveret is the name given to the young of which creature?
1. Which fictional wild west hero has been played in film and TV by Clayton Moore and Arnie Hammer?
2. What title character appears in the second longest running musical in the West End, and has been played in the musical by Michael Crawford and in film by Lon Chaney?
1. Which singer was known as King of the Blues, and gave all his guitars the same female name?
2. Which singer started as a singer and guitarist in Aphrodite’s Child, before going on to have a UK solo number one with “Forever and Ever” in 1976?
Welcome to the Christmas quiz! Please have a crack over Christmas with your friends, family and anyone else you can rope in (because it's probably quite difficult if you tackle it on your own). I'll upload the answers on this site in the New Year. Happy quizzing!
What do the following pictures represent (warning: some bad wordplay ahead), and what is the festive connection between them?
All of the below sets of three pictures are linked. You get half a point for saying what is depicted in each picture, and half a point for getting the link between the three pictures.
1. What is the third word on Mel Blanc's gravestone?
2. What was Cary Grant's surname at birth?
1. Which UK institution, supposedly founded in 832, has its headquarters in Llantrisant?
2. In the board game Monopoly, what can you build on a property after constructing four houses?
1. Which English electronic music duo formed in Manchester in 1989 and had a UK No. 1 hit in 1997 with "Block Rockin' Beats"?
2. Which fictional character, created in 1963, frequently said "Ha ha ha! Boom Boom!" in response to something funny?