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Isabella F Abbie Shores

8 Months Ago

New - Trivia Just For A Post And A Giggle

Ok this is for fun with a little prize

1st person to 10 points will get three images shown in a post on my site 1stAngel Arts Magazine http://1stangel.co.uk

Each answer gets you 2 points.
Only the first person to give the correct answer gets the points
half points will be given for 99% correct answers.
Questions with two halves give 2 points per answer (total 4 points)

Once you have won one you have to miss a turn

You can then play for a sidebar advert on my site

No chatting in this thread. Any questions please message me
If you have ideas for questions message me but you will not be able to enter when that question is asked
I choose the images I want to show


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TWO PART QUESTION WORTH 4 points total

Who does this ear belong to?
Who painted it?

 

Jackie Mueller-Jones

8 Months Ago

Van Gogh, self portrait

 

Wrong

 

Melissa Bittinger

8 Months Ago

Daniel Gardner painted portrait of painter John Constable

 

WELL DONE!!

Daniel Gardner, ‘Portrait of John Constable’, 1796, The Victoria and Albert Museum, London
© Victoria and Albert Museum http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/artists/john-constable


4 Melissa Bittinger


NEXT QUESTION

Very easy one for this one

The space between sentences was once called an emspace

What letter is the same width as an emspace?



 

ILKA BOOGAARD

8 Months Ago

m

 

David Morefield

8 Months Ago

The letter "M"

 

Jan Bickerton

8 Months Ago

A capital "M"

 

David Lane

8 Months Ago

e

 

WELL DONE!!

CAPITAL M

I am giving Ilka 1 as that was a little m, and David 1 as he was correct with a capital M but second to answer


4 Melissa Bittinger
1 Ilka Boogaard
1 David Morefield



NEXT QUESTION

Mona Lisa has wonderful lips. Well, they should be as they took (?) years to paint?

 

ILKA BOOGAARD

8 Months Ago

4 years

 

Not the answer I am looking for

 

Jan Bickerton

8 Months Ago

10 years.

 

Heather Applegate

8 Months Ago

No one knows - it took 4-6 years for the whole painting.

 

Melissa Bittinger

8 Months Ago

10 yrs XX edit: 12 yrs

 

Jim Sauchyn

8 Months Ago

XII

 


Nobody knows how many. They think it was 1503 - 1506 but anything is a guess

Heather gets only one point because she added a time


4 Melissa Bittinger
1 Ilka Boogaard
1 David Morefield
1 Heather Applegate



NEXT QUESTION

The Bennet family appear in which Jane Austen novel?

 

Ann Powell

8 Months Ago

Pride and Prejudice

 

Pride and Prejudice is correct. I love that film and book! I have it on Google Books and read it if in the cafe on my own.


4 Melissa Bittinger
2 Ann Powell
1 Ilka Boogaard
1 David Morefield
1 Heather Applegate



NEXT QUESTION

I also love The Pickwick Papers. Who wrote it?

 

Ann Powell

8 Months Ago

Charles Dickens

 

Charles Dickens indeed. I just watched an old black and white Scrooge. Wicked special effects for that time!


4 Melissa Bittinger
4 Ann Powell
1 Ilka Boogaard
1 David Morefield
1 Heather Applegate



NEXT QUESTION

This author had a hard life from start to finish. Much like his heroes in some of his books

He took one of his names from his foster parents

Nobody knows how he actually died

His influence on writing lives on to this day and his name is known by nearly everyone even if they never read his books

Where was he born?

 

Suzanne Powers

8 Months Ago

Edgar Allen Poe, Boston,MA

 

Well done :)

Boston


4 Melissa Bittinger
4 Ann Powell
2 Suzanne Powers
1 Ilka Boogaard
1 David Morefield
1 Heather Applegate



NEXT QUESTION

Fabulous writer Poe was. Did you know that he wrote a prose about the big bang theory before we had a sitcom named after it? Also 80 years before it was made famoous by someone else.

What was the name of that prose?

 

eureka

 

Robert Kernodle

8 Months Ago

Eureka: A Prose Poem by E. A. Poe

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Melissa Bittinger

4 Months Ago

Penguins often slide on their tummies over ice and snow. This is called tobogganing. Researchers believe they do this for fun and as an efficient way to travel.

 

J Morgan Massey

4 Months Ago

leap in shallow arcs above the surface of the water, a practice called porpoising

 

They weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee on ice :) Nooo not yellow snow


PLAYING FOR AN ARTICLE

8 Barbara St Jean
6 Ann Powell
6 Mark Papke
6 Mary Bedy
4 Suzanne Powers
4 Steve Augustin
3 E B Schmidt
2 Rose Santuci-Sofranko
2 Lin Haring
2 Nikki Marie Smith
1 David Morefield

MISSING A TURN



PLAYING FOR ADVERTISING SPACE FOR 2 WEEKS

5 Joy McKenzie
2 Patricia Strand
0 Bellesouth Studio
0 Ilka Boogaard
0 Fran Riley
Christine Till
Mick Donnelly
Ed Meredith

PLAYING JUST FOR A VIRTUAL COOKIE (UK Biscuit) COZ THEY WON EVERYTHING TO DATE so they are having a little private battle up to 50 points

4 Melissa Bittinger
4 Mary Ellen Mueller-Legault
4 Jan Bickerton
Heather Applegate
Chrystyne Novack
Wendy J St Christopher


NEXT QUESTION

pygmy goby and the Luzon goby are the smallest fish at up to 1/2" long .. altogether now..... awwwwwwwwwwwwwww

Where do you find them?

 

J Morgan Massey

4 Months Ago

In the water.

 

APART from in the water. What country

 

Patricia Strand

4 Months Ago

Brazil

 

J Morgan Massey

4 Months Ago

Philippines

 

Philippines :)


PLAYING FOR AN ARTICLE

8 Barbara St Jean
6 Ann Powell
6 Mark Papke
6 Mary Bedy
4 Suzanne Powers
4 Steve Augustin
3 E B Schmidt
2 Rose Santuci-Sofranko
2 Lin Haring
2 Nikki Marie Smith
2 J Morgan Massey
1 David Morefield

MISSING A TURN



PLAYING FOR ADVERTISING SPACE FOR 2 WEEKS

5 Joy McKenzie
2 Patricia Strand
0 Bellesouth Studio
0 Ilka Boogaard
0 Fran Riley
Christine Till
Mick Donnelly
Ed Meredith

PLAYING JUST FOR A VIRTUAL COOKIE (UK Biscuit) COZ THEY WON EVERYTHING TO DATE so they are having a little private battle up to 50 points

4 Melissa Bittinger
4 Mary Ellen Mueller-Legault
4 Jan Bickerton
Heather Applegate
Chrystyne Novack
Wendy J St Christopher


NEXT QUESTION

In which country is Mount Everest?

 

J Morgan Massey

4 Months Ago

Tibet, China, and Nepal (the summit is in all three)

 

Nepal :)


PLAYING FOR AN ARTICLE

8 Barbara St Jean
6 Ann Powell
6 Mark Papke
6 Mary Bedy
4 Suzanne Powers
4 Steve Augustin
4 J Morgan Massey
3 E B Schmidt
2 Rose Santuci-Sofranko
2 Lin Haring
2 Nikki Marie Smith
1 David Morefield

MISSING A TURN



PLAYING FOR ADVERTISING SPACE FOR 2 WEEKS

5 Joy McKenzie
2 Patricia Strand
0 Bellesouth Studio
0 Ilka Boogaard
0 Fran Riley
Christine Till
Mick Donnelly
Ed Meredith

PLAYING JUST FOR A VIRTUAL COOKIE (UK Biscuit) COZ THEY WON EVERYTHING TO DATE so they are having a little private battle up to 50 points

4 Melissa Bittinger
4 Mary Ellen Mueller-Legault
4 Jan Bickerton
Heather Applegate
Chrystyne Novack
Wendy J St Christopher


NEXT QUESTION

Which Beatles leads the way on the front of the Abbey Road album cover?

 

Beverly Livingstone

4 Months Ago

John

 

xxxxx

 

Patricia Strand

4 Months Ago

Pan

 

PAN was the god of shepherds and flocks, of mountain wilds, hunting and rustic music.

I am after one of the main head gods

 

Patricia Strand

4 Months Ago

Poseidon will be my last guess... can't think of any other gods, maybe a few goddesses!

 

Melissa Bittinger

4 Months Ago

Apollo

 

J Morgan Massey

4 Months Ago

I agree with Apollo

 

Apollo it is


PLAYING FOR AN ARTICLE

8 Barbara St Jean
6 Ann Powell
6 Mark Papke
6 Mary Bedy
4 Suzanne Powers
4 Steve Augustin
4 J Morgan Massey
3 E B Schmidt
2 Rose Santuci-Sofranko
2 Lin Haring
2 Nikki Marie Smith
2 Beverly Livingstone
1 David Morefield

MISSING A TURN



PLAYING FOR ADVERTISING SPACE FOR 2 WEEKS

5 Joy McKenzie
2 Patricia Strand
0 Bellesouth Studio
0 Ilka Boogaard
0 Fran Riley
Christine Till
Mick Donnelly
Ed Meredith

PLAYING JUST FOR A VIRTUAL COOKIE (UK Biscuit) COZ THEY WON EVERYTHING TO DATE so they are having a little private battle up to 50 points

6 Melissa Bittinger
4 Mary Ellen Mueller-Legault
4 Jan Bickerton
Heather Applegate
Chrystyne Novack
Wendy J St Christopher


NEXT QUESTION

This is the opening line from a classic..... which one?

When Mary Lennox was sent to Misselthwaite Manor to live with her uncle everybody said she was the most disagreeable-looking child ever seen.


Note from me - If anyone has time to do this trivia for me, please feel free to offer. I will give the prizes as normal. However, I am now swamped in support and here, plus I really want to paint, AND I am working on my own site, plus I would like to have a little bit of a life in the real world also LOL I am continuing with this but if anyone has the time to take it over for me in asking questions etc, please let me know.

 

Claude Oesterreicher

4 Months Ago

Moby Dick!

No, wait...That's "Call my E-mail."

Nevermind. :(

 

Are you psychic? That was the classic I was going to take a first line from but changed my mind. You WOULD have been correct!!!

 

Claude Oesterreicher

4 Months Ago

No, Hon...Just psycho. :-p

 

eek hehe

 

Apollo it is


PLAYING FOR AN ARTICLE

8 Barbara St Jean
6 Ann Powell
6 Mark Papke
6 Mary Bedy
4 Suzanne Powers
4 Steve Augustin
4 J Morgan Massey
3 E B Schmidt
2 Rose Santuci-Sofranko
2 Lin Haring
2 Nikki Marie Smith
2 Beverly Livingstone
1 David Morefield

MISSING A TURN



PLAYING FOR ADVERTISING SPACE FOR 2 WEEKS

5 Joy McKenzie
2 Patricia Strand
0 Bellesouth Studio
0 Ilka Boogaard
0 Fran Riley
Christine Till
Mick Donnelly
Ed Meredith

PLAYING JUST FOR A VIRTUAL COOKIE (UK Biscuit) COZ THEY WON EVERYTHING TO DATE so they are having a little private battle up to 50 points

6 Melissa Bittinger
4 Mary Ellen Mueller-Legault
4 Jan Bickerton
Heather Applegate
Chrystyne Novack
Wendy J St Christopher


NEXT QUESTION

This is the opening line from a classic..... which one?

When Mary Lennox was sent to Misselthwaite Manor to live with her uncle everybody said she was the most disagreeable-looking child ever seen.


Note from me - If anyone has time to do this trivia for me, please feel free to offer. I will give the prizes as normal. However, I am now swamped in support and here, plus I really want to paint, AND I am working on my own site, plus I would like to have a little bit of a life in the real world also LOL I am continuing with this but if anyone has the time to take it over for me in asking questions etc, please let me know.

 

Ed Meredith

4 Months Ago

The Secret Garden

 

It was the Secret Garden

PLAYING FOR AN ARTICLE

8 Barbara St Jean
6 Ann Powell
6 Mark Papke
6 Mary Bedy
4 Suzanne Powers
4 Steve Augustin
4 J Morgan Massey
3 E B Schmidt
2 Rose Santuci-Sofranko
2 Lin Haring
2 Nikki Marie Smith
2 Beverly Livingstone
1 David Morefield

MISSING A TURN



PLAYING FOR ADVERTISING SPACE FOR 2 WEEKS

5 Joy McKenzie
2 Patricia Strand
2 Ed Meredith
0 Bellesouth Studio
0 Ilka Boogaard
0 Fran Riley
Christine Till
Mick Donnelly

PLAYING JUST FOR A VIRTUAL COOKIE (UK Biscuit) COZ THEY WON EVERYTHING TO DATE so they are having a little private battle up to 50 points

6 Melissa Bittinger
4 Mary Ellen Mueller-Legault
4 Jan Bickerton
Heather Applegate
Chrystyne Novack
Wendy J St Christopher


NEXT QUESTION

According to legend, who owned a sword named 'Crocea mors'?


Note from me - If anyone has time to do this trivia for me, please feel free to offer. I will give the prizes as normal. However, I am now swamped in support and here, plus I really want to paint, AND I am working on my own site, plus I would like to have a little bit of a life in the real world also LOL I am continuing with this but if anyone has the time to take it over for me in asking questions etc, please let me know.

 

J.C. julius caesar

 

E B Schmidt

4 Months Ago

Actual physical sword = Julius Caesar

Virtual sword (RWBY) = Jaune Arc

 

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