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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Pneumatiphobia is the fear of' is 'Spirits'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the name of the first synthetic plastic made in 1908' is 'Bakelite'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Java is part of what country' is 'Indonesia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Blazing Saddles, what is the last name of everybody in the town of Rock Ridge' is 'Johnson'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the flower that stands for: belief' is 'Passion-flower'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who owned the yacht Lady Ghislane' is 'Robert Maxwell'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was Bugs Bunnies original name' is 'Happy Rabbit'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the term of an animal with pure white skin & hair & pink eyes' is 'Albino'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which Charles Dickens' novel do the characters, Mrs Pardiggle and the Jarndyce family appear' is 'Bleak house'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Whose autobiography was "Can you tell what it is yet"' is 'Rolf Harris'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which Scots-born engineer devised the loading mechanism of the rifle which was the standard weapon for British forces in both World Wars' is 'James Lee'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Many ancient Mayan ruins are located on which peninsula' is 'Yucatan peninsula'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A word in English with the letter combination "UU"' is 'muumuu, duumvirate, residuum, vacuum, duumvir or Continuum'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Russian sled drawn by 3 horses abreast' is 'Troika'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What Australian city had the country's first steam and electric trains' is 'Melbourne'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Rosetta Jacobs became famous under what name' is 'Piper Laurie'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is a sun dried grape' is 'Raisin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Hartford is the capital of ______' is 'Connecticut'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What black magazine was founded by John H Johnson in 1947' is 'Ebony'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'It is illegal to cross the Iowa state boundaries wearing what' is 'Duck on your head'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Dainty or cute to an affected degree' is 'Cutesy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What 1960 movie inspired the rash of beach party movies' is 'Where the boys are'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the collective noun for a group of tigers' is 'Streak'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A ships officer in charge of equipment and crew' is 'Boatswain'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What mates with a drake' is 'A duck'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'At what seaside resort did Britain’s first legal casino open on the 2nd June 1962' is 'Brighton'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Poet Edward. E. Cummin s' christian names. What did the second E stand for' is 'Estlin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the art of tracing designs and making impressions of them' is 'Lithography'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Chimpanzees, gorillas and orang-utans what is missing' is 'Gibbons'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What does the sign BYO, seen outside some Australian eating places, mean' is 'Bring your own booze'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which buff coloured cotton comes from China' is 'Nankeen'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the state bird of New Jersey' is 'Eastern goldfinch'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'This Tony Award-winning musical is actually a thinly veiled biography of Diana Ross and the Supremes.' is 'Dreamgirls'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which chess piece could be a member of the church' is 'Bishop'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name the hero Len Deightons Ipcress File and Funeral in Berlin' is 'Not named in books Harry Palmer in films'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How many litres of water vapour can be lost in a large tree in an hour by transpiration' is 'Three hundred'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the 4th U.S. president to be assassinated in office' is 'John f. kennedy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the storage polymer of plants' is 'Starch'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who began her career making death masks from the severed heads of those executed by the guillotine after the French Revolution' is 'Madame tussaud'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is another name for a black leopard' is 'Panther'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name Pluto's moon' is 'Charon'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who are Britain's oldest publisher dating from 1469' is 'Oxford University Press'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the former name of the Russian city Volgograd' is 'Stalingrad'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who Played The Psychotic "Norman Bates" In The 1998 Remake Of The Classic Movie "Psycho"' is 'Vince Vaughan'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who painted 'Christ in the Carpenter Shop'' is 'John Everett Millais'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What color was Coca Cola originally' is 'Green'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Roschfort was a baddie in what book and (many) film versions' is 'The Three Musketeers'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the smallest time interval' is 'A Picosecond'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who wrote the poem Anthem for Doomed Youth' is 'Wilfred Owen'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which U.S. President was awarded the 1919 Nobel Peace' is 'Woodrow Wilson'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Rouget de Lisle did what to make him famous' is 'Composed Marseillaise'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What sea is directly north of Poland' is 'Baltic Sea'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Nancy Astor became the first british what on the 28th November 1919' is 'Member Of Parliament'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the common name given to the larvae of a crane fly' is 'Leatherjackets'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Catherine the Great of Russia was born in which country' is 'Poland'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'If you had aprosexia what would be impaired or reduced' is 'Ability to study'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is an ideo locator' is 'You are here arrow'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the name of the host of Double Dare' is 'Mark Summers'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What film is about the migration of poor workers from the dust bowl to the california fruit valleys' is 'Grapes of Wrath'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In a period of 400 years how many times does the 1st of January fall on a Sunday ' is '58'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Feng Shui what colour inspires passion' is 'Pink'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What do the initials U.F.O stand for' is 'Unidentified Flying Object'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the name of the Swedish Prime Minister, assassinated in Stockholm in 1986 as he was walking home from the cinema with his wife' is 'Olaf Palme'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which two nations built the concorde' is 'Britain and France'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name a black and white seabird with small wings' is 'Auk'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the fear of theology known as' is 'Theologicophobia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'George Bernard Shaw's play “Pygmalion” was adapted to become which musical' is 'My Fair Lady'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the first USA TV series screened in the USSR' is 'Fraggle Rock'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who wrote the thrillers, "Sheba" and "Year of the Tiger"' is 'Jack higgins'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What gift is associated with the 60th Wedding Anniversary' is 'Diamonds'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What german philosopher claimed morality required a belief in god and freedom' is 'Immanuel Kant'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the fear of many things known as' is 'Polyphobia'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Whose associate was J. Wellington Wimpy' is 'Popeye'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who would spin a Gob on their nose end' is 'Glassblower'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What could Victorian advertisements not show' is 'Beds'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What do you give for a one year wedding anniversary' is 'Paper'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A pogonip is what type of weather condition' is 'Heavy winter fog with ice crystals'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What colour do you get when you mix blue and red together' is 'Purple'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Metallophobia is the fear of' is 'Metal'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What did the Massachusetts bay colony outlaw in 1641' is 'Lawyers'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which 1971 film did Jane Fonda play a prostitute fearing for her life' is 'Klute'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the first South African golfer to win the british open' is 'Bobby Locke'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Vivaldi the composer had what other profession' is 'Priest'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In 1909, which U.S. President became the first to be depicted on a coin' is 'Abraham Lincoln'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the capital of peru' is 'Lima'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In New Jersey what is it illegal for a man to do during fishing season' is 'Knit'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the capital of: Jersey' is 'Saint Helier'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was given a ticker tape parade in New York after his 1927 flight to Paris' is 'Charles Lindbergh'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Vegetable with green or purple leaves forming a round head' is 'Cabbage'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the capital of the Czech Republic' is 'Prague'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Batrachophobia is a fear of what' is 'Frogs and Toads'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who wrote The Ugly Duckling' is 'Hans Christian Anderson'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the capital of Macedonia' is 'Skopje'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In which U.S. state is the place Rim Butte' is 'Alaska'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What principality has the House of Grimaldi ruled since the middle ages' is 'Monaco'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which male name means God will judge' is 'Daniel'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who created the comic strip 'Doonesbury'' is 'Garry Trudeau'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What weed derives its name from the French for "lion's tooth"' is 'Dandelion'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'During the middle ages, where did people generally believe intelligence was' is 'Heart'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Franklin was a US state till 1796 what is it better known as' is 'Tennessee'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Material burned to give fragrant fumes' is 'Incense'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What three numbers divide into nine evenly' is '1,3,9'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What did the word bald originally mean' is 'Clean or White'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In the world of literature who lived at No.7 Savile Row' is 'Phileas Fogg'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What's the better known name of the card game twenty one' is 'Blackjack'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What nationality was Alfred Hitchcock' is 'British'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who sent her taped conversations with Monika Lewinsky to Kenneth Starr' is 'Linda Tripp'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'When was the newspaper 'Pravda' first published' is '1912'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was banned in China in 1911 as a sign of feudalism' is 'The Pigtail'?
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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In addition to writing novels, Jonathan Swift also wrote social and philosophical commentary. In one satirical piece, "A Modest Proposal," what did he suggest should be made out of the skin of children' is 'Gloves'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Spacephobia is the fear of' is 'Outer space'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Phalacrophobia is the fear of' is 'Becoming bald'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In WW1 what were Lucifer's' is 'Matches'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Jeff Lynne - Roy Wood - Bev Bevan - what pop group' is 'Electric Light Orchestra'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What phenomenon do cereologists study' is 'Crop circles'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the democratically elected President of Chile killed during a military coup in 1973' is 'Salvador Allende'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In the Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue 1811 what is a wasp' is 'An infected prostitute sting in tail'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'With which four words did Samuel Pepys end his diary each day' is 'And so to bed'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which is the only middle eastern county without a desert' is 'Lebanon'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Voyage of the Beagle told of which scientist's discoveries' is 'Charles Darwin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What nationality is the racing driver Jean Alesi' is 'French'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Largest island of the continental United States, southeastern New York' is 'Long Island'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What product sold 330 in the U.S. in its first year' is 'VW Beetle'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which is the only body cell with no nucleus' is 'Red blood cell'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who opened for the Monkees on their 1968 American Tour' is 'Jimi Hendrix'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who had the part of Dirty Harry but hurt their hand and dropped out' is 'Frank Sinatra'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the only flag permitted to be flown over the U.S. flag' is 'United Nations Flag'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'February 25th 1990 what was banned in the US' is 'Smoking on all domestic flights'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A polish national dance in triple time with an accent on the second beat, characterized by proud bearing, clicking of heels, and holubria, a special turning step.' is 'Mazurka'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The earth pig is what animal' is 'Aardvark'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who invented the potato chip' is 'George Crum'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who was the first host of truth or consequences' is 'Ralph Edwards'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who played the nurse on the rookies' is 'Kate Jackson'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In cornish folklore, what is a sea spirit that lives among fisherman' is 'Bucca'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The original plan for Disneyland included a land called what' is 'Lilliputland'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Duffel bags were made in Duffel which is in what country' is 'Belgium'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which aircraft was the first jet-powered bomber of the RAF' is 'English Electric Canberra'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who invented the assembly line' is 'Henry Ford'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A game in Snooker is referred to as a' is 'Frame'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What does the girls name Irene mean' is 'Peace - Greek'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the connection between Good Times and Different Strokes' is 'Janet Jackson'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'To an Australian what is an esky' is 'Portable Beer Cooler'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Vienna is the setting for what Shakespeare play' is 'Measure for Measure'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The average size of what is a grain of sand' is 'Meteor'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'From the milk of which animal is real Mozzarella cheese made' is 'Buffalo'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name one of the three men who sat in the tub' is 'Candlestick Maker, Butcher or Baker'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'You can do a degree in brewing at Heriot-Watt University where' is 'Edinburgh'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A large box for valuables' is 'Coffer'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The Chrysler Concorde, Dodge Intrepid, and Eagle Vision are known as' is 'Last Hope Sedans'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In 'Coronation Street', who is Ken and Denise's son' is 'Daniel'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Maieusiophobia is the fear of' is 'Childbirth'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In Florida what is banned in public places after 6pm Thursdays' is 'Farting'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Phallophobia is a fear of' is 'Penis'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who introduced the first designer collection for men' is 'Pierre Cardin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who makes Pringles' is 'Proctor and Gamble'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How did Buffalo Bill stick to one glass whisky a day' is 'Quart glass'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who originally said of Gerald Ford that he was so dumb that he couldn't fart and chew gum at the same time' is 'Lyndon B Johnson'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What NFL Notre Dame wide receiver won a Heisman Trophy' is 'Tim Brown'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The European member state, Denmark, uses what currency' is 'Krone'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What city has the most underground stations in the world' is 'New York'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who killed his grandfather with a quoit at the Larrisan games' is 'Perseus'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Where does the U.S. government keep it's supply of silver' is 'West Point Academy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The telephone country code 852 would connect you with ' is 'Hong kong'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the name of the airline that operates the ill-fated flight from LA to Chicago in the movie Airplane!' is 'Trans American'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A Illinois law prohibit men from doing what in public' is 'Having an erection'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How much were betty grable's legs insured for' is 'One million dollars'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What colour is Yak's milk' is 'Pink'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Food served nivernaise has what ingredient' is 'Carrots'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'KLM is the national airline of which country' is 'Holland'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name the first storm 19 June 1978 called after a man' is 'Bud'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What sort of drink is barbancourt' is 'Rum'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the meaning of dc in "Washington DC"' is 'District of Columbia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In traditional anniversaries what is given for the thirtieth' is 'Pearl'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What colour is Iridium' is 'Steel Grey'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is another name for Mount Godwin Austen' is 'K2'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'German kids wear what round neck for good luck on New Year' is 'Pretzels'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'On which planet, other than earth, did a manmade object first land' is 'Mars'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What's capital of The Peoples Democratic Republic of Yemen' is 'Aden'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is unique about the pistol star' is 'Brightest in sky'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was the name of the company that the characters on Taxi worked for' is 'Sunshine Cab Company'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name the first actor to get best actor Oscar for repeating a role' is 'Paul Newman – Colour of Money'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is a Roman Catholic devotion consisting of prayers or services on nine consecutive days called' is 'Novena'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name the Italian President of the Christian Democrats and five times Prime Minister, who was kidnapped and murdered by the Red Brigade guerrillas in 1978' is 'Aldo Moro'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'With which country did Britain break off diplomatic relations in April 1984' is 'Libya'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In the strip cartoon Dilbert name Dilbert's girlfriend' is 'Liz'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What colour is the most popular eye shadow of all time' is 'Max Factor's Powder Blue'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is shed when you desuamate' is 'Skin'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What was banned in US movie theatres in the 1920s' is 'Popcorn - too noisy'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the only flavour Jell-o containing any real fruit' is 'Cranberry'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which song was Abba's second U.K. number one hit' is 'Mamma Mia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the collective noun for Storks' is 'Mustering'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Impurities, particularly of which compound, according to modern chemists, gives amethyst its violet or blue colouration' is 'Iron oxide'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the national flower of Spain' is 'Carnation (Red)'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which cartoon company is based in Walla Walla Washington' is 'Acme in Roadrunner'?