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Today's plum.

Ben: what is the second word in a two word rhyming phrase starting with 'yummy' which means a young, stylish mother?

Contestant: tummy

EDIT:

Ben: which former Hollywood actor went on to become the 40th president of the USA?

Above contestant: I think I know this, it's Richard Nixon.

Ben (to the other contestant): what would you have said?

Other contestant: it's Arnold Schwarzenegger
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Trying to explain to a woman I worked with last year that San Fransisco is not a state and it's in California, I told her it's where Alcatraz is:

'Ooh, where Hitler sent all the Jews!'.


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Pegojack wrote:
17 Feb 2021 16:22
Today's plum.

Ben: what is the second word in a two word rhyming phrase starting with 'yummy' which means a young, stylish mother?

Contestant: tummy

EDIT:

Ben: which former Hollywood actor went on to become the 40th president of the USA?

Above contestant: I think I know this, it's Richard Nixon.

Ben (to the other contestant): what would you have said?

Other contestant: it's Arnold Schwarzenegger
What if I told you it was scripted...


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The new bollocks on BBC tonight with Gordon Ramsay.

A classic bingo call up to the number 30.

Err, errm, dirty thirty?


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Two characters who appear in all 12 episodes of Fawlty towers?

Oh my god! That Mexican guy! He wears a hat and a moustache!


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Today's pearler

The European principality of Andorra lies in which mountain range?

Contestant - the Himalayas

OMG



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Today's little gem.

Ben: π r 2 is used to calculate the area of what shape?

Contestant: A square



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Today's Einstein...

Ben: What letter is represented by the phonetic "X ray"?

Simon: "E"



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Jinxy wrote:
09 Mar 2021 16:12
Today's Einstein...

Ben: What letter is represented by the phonetic "X ray"?

Simon: "E"
Maybe it was Sharon talking about her Ex Ray?



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Today's pearler:

Ben: What new word is formed when the letter 'L' is removed from the word 'blush'?

Contestant: Lush



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Got to be the densest contestant ever on today's show, and he's made it through to the final by not answering one question correctly in the previous knock out round. In fairness, he is quite young.
His best one today:

Ben: the title of what Italian opera song, made famous by Pavarotti, translates into English as "none shall sleep"?

Freddie: siesta



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Fair do's he even looks stupid.

Which animal has a thumb-like part on its wrist, enabling it to grip it's food ?

Giant Panda or Black Rhino ? I think if you'd added that it eats bamboo he'd still have said rhino.



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Today's little gems...
Ben: which jumping insect lends itself to a market, where bargains are typically found?
Contestant: Grasshopper

Ben: a Spaniard hails from which European country?
Contestant: pass



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Today's Einstein:
Ben: How many pairs of wings does a monoplane have?
Contestant: Two



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