Pub Quiz Questions – Miscellaneous (music, world, body parts)

A handy list of pub quiz questions based around the theme: miscellaneous (music, world, body parts). Answers are below.

Questions:

  1. Who are the four original members of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers?
  2. To which bands did these guitarists belong? 3
    1. Brian May
    2. Angus Young
    3. Graham Coxon
  3. Who are the youngest and oldest members of the Fellowship of the Ring, in The Lord of the Rings?
  4. How old is the oldest person who is currently living, and where are they from?
  5. Adult humans typically have 32 teeth. Can you name the four types of teeth?
  6. What, and where, is the tallest building in the world?
  7. What, and where, is the heaviest building in the world?
  8. Which is the cheapest currency in the world, and how many (approximately) would you have to spend to buy a Freddo chocolate bar?
  9. List 3 ingredients you would probably find in a Sex on the Beach cocktail.
  10. Where was the croissant invented, and what was the nationality of the person who invented it? 

Answers:

  1. Red Hot Chili Peppers were formed in Los Angeles by singer Anthony Kiedis, guitarist Hillel Slovak, bassist Flea, and drummer Jack Irons, classmates at Fairfax High School
  2. Queen, AC/DC, Blur
  3. Peregrin Took – 28 years old;
    Legolas – 500+ years old / Gandalf – primeval
  4. Kane Tanaka (117); Japan
  5. Incisors, canines, premolars and molars
  6. Burj Khalifa; Dubai
  7. Palace of the Parliament; Bucharest, Romania
  8. Iranian rial; 15,498
  9. Vodka, schnapps, peach, cranberry, orange, glacé cherry
  10. Paris; Austrian

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