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Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

Q374. According to the proverb, The way to a man’s…what is through his stomach?
Heart (but a knife between the 3rd and 4th ribs would do the job better!).

Correct &

yorkshirecat wrote:

Q375. What name is given to a stallion that has been neutered?
Gelding?

Correct

Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

Q376. Pop star George Michael paid £1.67m in 2000 for a piano used by who?
I think I recall this being in the news, as I always get incensed at the obscene
amounts of money people – who ‘earn’ ridiculous amounts in the first place -
pay for ‘objects’, so was it John Lennon?

Correct

Essex UK

Q374. According to the proverb, The way to a man’s…what is through his stomach?
Heart (but a knife between the 3rd and 4th ribs would do the job better!).

Q375. What name is given to a stallion that has been neutered?
Gelding (and/or p——d off!).

Q376. Pop star George Michael paid £1.67m in 2000 for a piano used by who?
I think I recall this being in the news, as I always get incensed at the obscene
amounts of money people – who ‘earn’ ridiculous amounts in the first place -
pay for ‘objects’, so was it John Lennon?

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Q374. According to the proverb, The way to a man’s…what is through his stomach?
Heart (And Hell hath no fury like a woman whose cooking has been scorned by her man!)

Q375. What name is given to a stallion that has been neutered?
Gelding?

Q376. Pop star George Michael paid £1.67m in 2000 for a piano used by who?
Tricky one – could be either Elton John or Liberace but as I believe he was friends with Elton, I’ll opt for Liberace.

Well done both of you 100%

Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

(Did you know that his hobby was laying bricks?)

When we went to Chartwell they said his hobby was painting, we even saw some of his work. Clearly had more than one hobby.

yorkshirecat wrote:

Sir Winston Churchill. We were living in East London at the time and I remember hearing the guns saluting him one freezing cold morning.

Probably like the Kennedy shooting, you’ll always remember where you were when you heard a specific piece of news.

Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

I used to go to the Saturday matinees

I used to love those. Flash Gordon with the worst props imaginable, but we used to love it.

yorkshirecat wrote:

My husband was called this as a child as he has always walked with a limp. Kids can be so cruel.

Yep there’s no doubt about it, but remembering some of the nicknames from my childhood he probably got off light (although I’m sure he didn’t think so). Oh well, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger they say.

Essex UK

Q371. Which former Prime Minister died on 24th January 1965 exactly 70 years after his father, Lord Randolph?
Sir Winston Churchill. We were living in East London at the time and I remember hearing the guns saluting him one freezing cold morning.

Q372. In western movies whose horse was “Topper”?
I believe it’s Hop Along Cassidy? My husband was called this as a child as he has always walked with a limp. Kids can be so cruel.

Q373. In the US which avenue divides the east side of New York from the west side?
No idea but I would guess at Fifth Avenue?

Q371. Which former Prime Minister died on 24th January 1965 exactly 70 years after his father, Lord Randolph?
Winston Churchill. (Did you know that his hobby was laying bricks?)

Q372. In western movies whose horse was “Topper”?
Hopalong Cassidy (I used to go to the Saturday matinees).

Q373. In the US which avenue divides the east side of New York from the west side?
Not sure, but probably the most famous one – Fifth Avenue.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Well done Gill 100%

Essex UK

Q368. What is Lulu’s real name?
OMG I actually remember this from way back when…Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie.

Q369. The US Patent Office granted Alexander Graham Bell a patent on March 7th 1876, for which invention?
Telephone

Q370. In Michael Bond’s stories about Paddington Bear, what were his favourite sandwiches?
Marmalade

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

Oh dear, I seem to have had a mental aberration and totally missed yesterday’s questions!

Take more water with it I say

Q365. Who sang the theme tune to the James Bond film “The Man with The Golden Gun”?
Lulu is correct.



yorkshirecat wrote:

Sheena Easton

No that was For Your Eyes Only, one of my favourite Bond songs.

Video is worth watching as an exaCruzeroqueen1 wrote:

Q367. If you visited Trinity College & Kings College, what city would you be in?
Cambridge

mple of them discovering putting fans on the singers & often over doing it



yorkshirecat wrote:

Q366. Which album was the first album to be released on Virgin Records in 1973?
Tubular Bells

A classic by Mike Oldfield, a real head turner (see what I did there)

Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

Q367. If you visited Trinity College & Kings College, what city would you be in?
Cambridge

Correct. A truly beautiful city.

Essex UK

Q365. Who sang the theme tune to the James Bond film “The Man with The Golden Gun”?
No idea – Sheena Easton?

Q366. Which album was the first album to be released on Virgin Records in 1973?
Tubular Bells which I absolutely adoreed until they used it for the soundtrack to The Exorcist which then gave me the creeps every time I heard it. (I never even watched The Exorcist but have seen enough extracts over the years!)

Q367. If you visited Trinity College & Kings College, what city would you be in?
Cambridge. Our kids went to Oxford, Sheffield and Durham but we regularly watch University Challenge.

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