One last set of my newsletter questions for you. This set will be published right about now. Things are getting a bit more normal here as lockdown restrictions are lifted, and Age UK are calling a halt to its weekly newsletter, as many of the clients are starting to venture outside a little. Ironically, I’m not, really, not yet, but many of them, 20 years older than me, are!
Many of you did rather well last week, so I made the questions extra-hard this time! See how you do – it’s just for fun, answers below. Primarily British audience, yada, yada. In fact, you Americans will get some of these that Brits might struggle. I hope so, anyway – we’re in trouble otherwise 😆.
How many nickels in a dollar?
And still on American currency, which president’s image is on a $5 bill? (no peeking 🤣)
To which country does the island of Texel belong?
The River Liffey flows through which capital city?
What does the Scoville Scale measure? (Hint: this question came from a Mexican!)
In what year was Channel 5 TV, the one nobody can pick up, launched in the UK?
Little Tommy Tucker, Sings for his supper, What shall we give him?… So, what did they give him?
Who was Henry VIII’s last wife?
Who sang about the Waterloo Sunset?
How many fingers do The Simpsons cartoon characters have?
20. A nickel is worth just 5c.
The Netherlands. It is just off their coast in the North Sea. It is beautiful there.
The spiciness of chilli peppers! Thanks, Irene, for the inspiration!
White bread and butter!
See? I told you! How did you do?