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  1. Eurovision Quiz – Eurovision Song Contest 2016 multiple choice trivia questions and answers!

    May 6, 2016 by Faffy Tea

    Eurovision Song Contest Trivia

     
    Updated for 2018!

     

    IT’S NEARLY TIME FOR EUROVISION!

    Our printable scorecards will be available to download for free on Friday (after the semi-finals), but for now we have some Eurovision statistics quiz questions for your party (or just for fun)!

    Here are the questions, answers are at the bottom of the post.

    1. Which country has won Eurovision the most times? a. Ireland b. UK c. France

    2. Which outfit colour has won Eurovision the most times? a. Black b. Pink c. White

    3. For Eurovision 2017, in which country did the highest percentage of TV watchers tune in a. Finland b. Iceland c. Netherlands

    4. How many times has the UK hosted Eurovision? a. 3 times b. 8 times c. 10 times

    5. Including singers, musicians and dancers, what is the maximum no of people allowed on stage for a performance? a. 6 people b. 9 people c. No limit

    6. Until their win in 2017, Portugal was the country who had entered for the most number of times without winning. How many times a. 32 b. 40 c. 48

    7. Which country has received 0 points the most number of times? a. Norway b. Austria c. UK

    8. How many times has Irish singer Johnny Logan won the contest? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3

    9. To the nearest 100, what is the total number songs to have ever taken part in the contest? a. 1100 b. 1500 c. 2800

    10. What year did the first ever contest take place? a. 1947 b. 1956 c. 1967

    11. Including this year (2018), how many times have Australia participated? a. 1 b. 2 c. 4

    12. Since Eurovision 2004, what is the average number of points the UK entry has received? a. 46 b. 66 c. 86

    13. Which country came 2nd in the contest last year (2017)? a. Bulgaria b. Italy c. Moldova

    14. How many millions of viewers in the UK watched the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest at peak time? a. 14 m b. 23 m c. 8 m

    15. When the UK last hosted the contest in 1998, where was it broadcast from? a. Edinburgh b. Birmingham c. Cardiff

    16. What is the minimum age for a Eurovision performer? a. 16 b. 18 c. No minimum

     

    ANSWERS
    1 a. Ireland (7 times) | 2 c. White (by a long way) | 3 b. Iceland (98%)! | 4 b. 8 times (although we’ve only won 5 times) | 5 a. 6 people | 6 c. 48 | 7 a. Norway | 8 c. 3 times (2 as a performer, 1 as a songwriter!) | 9 b. 1500 | 10 b. 1956 | 11 c. 4 | 12 a. 46 | 13 a. Bulgaria | 14 c. 8 million | 15 b. Birmingham | 16 a. 16

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  2. Christmas Trivia Questions – Christmas themed quiz questions and answers for festive parties and games!

    November 6, 2015 by Faffy Tea

    Christmas Quiz Questions

    Last Christmas we had a quiz as part of our holiday party, with 70 Christmas-themed trivia questions.

    We thought we’d share the questions so that you can put on your own quiz or use the questions as part of another party game! Please note that some of these are UK-centric.

    70 Question Quiz for Christmas

    1. Name 5 of Santa’s 8 reindeer from the “Twas the night before Christmas” poem (Rudolph doesn’t count!)

      Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Blitzen, Comet, Cupid, Donner

    2. Who played the main character George Bailey in the film “It’s A Wonderful Life”?

      James Stewart

    3. What date is St Stephen’s Day?

      26th December

    4. In Charles Dickens’ novel “A Christmas Carol”, who was Scrooge’s dead business partner?

      Jacob Marley

    5. London’s Trafalgar Square Christmas tree is traditionally given by which country?

      Norway

    6. Which Christmas carol includes the lyrics “…to save us all from Satan’s power, when we were gone astray…”?

      God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

    7. The character Jack Skellington appears in which 1993 Tim Burton film?

      The Nightmare before Christmas

    8. What is New Year’s Eve called in Scotland?

      Hogmanay

    9. How many maids were a-milking in the “Twelve Days of Christmas” song?

      8

    10. Who is officially credited as the author of “Auld Lang Syne”?

      Robert Burns

    11. In the song “Winter Wonderland”, who do we pretend the snowman is?

      Parson Brown

    12. In which film does this quote appear – “Bless this highly nutritious microwavable macaroni and cheese dinner and the people who sold it on sale. Amen.”?

      Home Alone

    13. What red-blooming Christmas plant came originally from Mexico?

      Poinsetta

    14. Which actor is the narrator in the 2000 film “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas”?

      Anthony Hopkins

    15. Pine needles are said to be a good source of which vitamin?

      C

    16. What is the zodiac sign of people born on 25 December?

      Capricorn

    17. “Christmas Crackers” was the first Christmas edition of which popular British sitcom?

      Only Fools and Horses

    18. What was Queen’s 1984 Christmas single called?

      Thank God it’s Christmas

    19. How many lords were a-leaping in the “Twelve Days of Christmas” song?

      10

    20. Jackie Wilson’s re-issued song “Reet Petite” became the 1986 UK Christmas number one after helping to advertise what brand?

      Levi’s

    21. La Befana is the legendary character who delivers Christmas presents to children in which European country?

      Italy

    22. Before the tradition of hanging stockings up at Christmas what did Dutch children hang by the fireside?

      Shoes

    23. Who banned Christmas in England between 1647 and 1660?

      Oliver Cromwell

    24. Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean is a territory of which country?

      Australia

    25. Child star Jimmy Boyd sang which hugely popular 1950’s Christmas song, which was initially banned by the Catholic Church in Boston?

      “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus”

    26. What is the name of The Simpson’s pet greyhound?

      Santa’s Little Helper

    27. Born on Christmas Day in 1954, she had hits with such songs as “Walking on Broken Glass” and “No More I Love Yous”, what is her name?

      Annie Lennox

    28. Which word, often associated with Christmas songs, stems from the Greek word for circle dance?

      Carol

    29. In which country is St. Nicholas called Sinterklaas?

      Netherlands

    30. In 1983, who was UK Christmas Number One with “Only You”?

      The Flying Pickets

    31. Everyone remembers Band Aid, what year were they Number One in the UK charts?

      1984

    32. Which Christmas word means “turning of the sun”?

      Yuletide

    33. How many pipers were piping in the “Twelve Days of Christmas” song?

      11

    34. In which city is Kevin left “Home Alone” at Christmas (the first movie)?

      Chicago

    35. What do George C. Scott, Daffy Duck, Patrick Stewart, Michael Caine, Fred Flintstone and Jim Carrey all have in common?

      They have all played Ebeneezer Scrooge

    36. Which Christmas song contains these lyrics – “for yellow and red ones let’s stop all the fight”?

      “Happy Christmas (War is Over)” by John Lennon

    37. The traditional English Father Christmas was not dressed in red. What colour did he wear?

      Green

    38. Who sang the 1997 Christmas hit “I believe in Father Christmas”?

      Greg Lake

    39. What fruit is used to make a Christingle?

      Orange

    40. Which wrestler starred in the 1996 film “Santa with Muscles”?

      Hulk Hogan

    41. Who played Fred Claus in the 2007 movie of the same name?

      Vince Vaughan

    42. What was the name of the boy in the TV film “The Snowman”?

      James

    43. Who was the first British monarch to broadcast a Christmas message?

      George V

    44. What is a baby turkey called?

      A Poult

    45. Which English Victorian cook wrote the definitive Christmas cookbook?

      Mrs Beeton

    46. In a traditional mince pie, which ingredient would make it unsuitable for vegetarians?

      Suet

    47. In whose Christmas special did various BBC newsmen perform “There is Nothing like a Dame”?

      Morecambe and Wise

    48. Who wrote the book that became the cartoon classic “The Snowman”?

      Raymond Briggs

    49. What was the name of Tiny Tim’s father in “A Christmas Carol”?

      Bob Cratchit

    50. In the film “Jingle All The Way”, what toy was Arnold Schwarzenegger searching for?

      Turbo-Man

    51. The plant “Viscum Album” is better known as which Christmas decoration?

      Mistletoe

    52. In which fictional land is it always winter but never Christmas?

      Narnia

    53. In the Christmas song “Jingle Bells”, how many horses pulled the sleigh?

      One

    54. Which American male comedian plays Kate Winslet’s love interest in the film “The Holiday”?

      Jack Black

    55. What is the name given to Father Christmas in France? Hint: A direct translation!

      Pere Noel

    56. Which boyband had the last UK Christmas number one of the 20th century?

      Westlife

    57. Which Hasbro children’s robot action figures were the most popular Christmas presents in 1984?

      Transformers

    58. At which of her homes does the Queen traditionally spend Christmas?

      Sandringham

    59. In the rhyme “Christmas is Coming”, what is getting fat?

      The Goose

    60. In cockney rhyming slang what are ‘eyes’ called?

      Mince Pies

    61. What is Aladdin’s mother called in the popular Pantomime?

      Widow Twankey

    62. “Driving Home For Christmas” was a hit single for which singer in 1988?

      Chris Rea

    63. The same song was Christmas No. 1 in 1975 and 1991. What was it?

      Bohemian Rhapsody

    64. What kind of animal delivers gifts at Christmas in Syria?

      Camel

    65. Who composed the music for the festive season ballet “The Nutcracker”?

      Tchaikovsky

    66. There are three days of the year when Americans consume the most food. One is Christmas, what are the other two?

      Thanksgiving and Super Bowl Sunday

    67. What’s the name of the Christmas carol about evergreen plants?

      “The Holly and the Ivy”

    68. What colour of Christmas did Elvis Presley sing about?

      Blue

    69. Which author, most popular for his children’s stories and poems, wrote the very first Christmas Speech by King George V?

      Rudyard Kipling

    70. Name Two of the Three Wise Men that visited Jesus?

      Caspar, Balthazar and Melchior


  3. New Poll: What is your favourite Hen Party or Bachelorette Party activity?

    May 22, 2015 by Faffy Tea

    We’re really interested to know what you most like to do, as a guest, during the daytime at a Hen Party or Bachelorette Party!

    Do you prefer something crafty? Or adrenaline-fuelled? Do you like to be as silly as possible?

    Take a vote in our poll below!

    What is your favourite Hen Party / Bachelorette Party activity?

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  4. What’s your Elf Name? Free fun printable for a festive Friday afternoon!

    December 12, 2014 by Faffy Tea

    What’s your elf name? Ours in Peppermint Icy-Cheeks!

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    Click on the image above for a larger version to save or print!

     


  5. Wedding Table Quizzes! Printable alternative guestbook idea, typographical vintage design

    November 12, 2014 by Faffy Tea

    Brand new by Faffy Tea, we have printable wedding table quizzes, an alternative guestbook idea or simply to entertain your guests at the wedding breakfast!

    You can print as many as you need (from home or a professional printers) for all your guests for just one cost!

    Wedding table quizzes, alternative guestbook

    The quiz cards 3 per A4 page and look great on flecked or natural coloured card. However, the simple, vintage typography would suit most colour schemes or wedding themes.

    Wedding Table Quizzes | Gay wedding

    We have ‘Bride & Groom’, ‘Groom & Groom’ and ‘Bride & Bride’ variations!

    Bride and Bride Printable Wedding Table Quizzes

    We hope you like them!

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