quizballs 69 - general knowledge quiz - questions without answers
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quizballs 69 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
(Contains some adult content)
- Whose Selected Papers on Hysteria, translated in 1909 by Abraham Brill, introduced the word libido into English?
- What was the name of the mythical sculptor who fell in love with the statue of a woman he carved, as told by Roman poet Ovid, and inspiring George Bernard Shaw's play of the same name?
- Who wrote the 2009 novel, The Princess and the President, criticized for hinting at an unlikely affair between Diana Princess of Wales and the President of France?
- Who produced the 1983 hit record Relax, by Frankie Goes To Hollywood?
- Who famously said in the witness box, "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" when told that Viscount Astor denied having an affair with her (in relation to the 1963 Profumo scandal)?
- What language is 'Jeg elsker dig' ?
- Bessie Wallis Warfield became better known as whom?
- Who wrote the 1955 novel Lolita?
- Presenter Bill Grundy flirted with which future punk singer during the Sex Pistols' swearing on the live TV Today show in 1976?
- In what city is the Venus de Milo statue displayed?
- Who is the Greek God of the Marriage Ceremony?
- What part of the male anatomy takes its name from a literal meaning of bearing witness (to masculinity)?
- What word meaning vanity derives from the fallen Greek god who perished while transfixed by his reflection in a pool of water?
- In what decade was sex between two males legalised in the UK?
- Dendrophilia is the tendency to be aroused by what?
- Oliver Barrett IV was the male lead character in what famous 1970 film?
- What in 1972 was the first animated film to receive an X-rating in the USA?
- What word, meaning in Greek 'many' and 'man', refers to a woman having more than one husband at the same time?
- Oliver Mellors features in what D H Lawrence book, written in 1928 but not officially published in the UK until 1960?
- A delusional jealous belief that a partner is unfaithful is known in psychiatry as what syndrome, after a Shakespeare character?
- Linda Lovelace starred in what 1972 film, whose title inspired the nickname for the Watergate informant?
- Jeffrey Archer's bribe to Monica Coghlan gave rise to the slang 'Archer' for what sum of money?
- The parents of the most famous Egyptian Queen, Cleopatra VII, were related in what way (aside from being husband and wife)?
- Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider starred in what controversial 1972 film?
- Whose tale in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales tells of a knight sent away by his queen to discover what women want above all else?
- Brigitte Bardot originally duetted on and prevented the release of what 1960s song, which later became a hit when she was replaced by Jane Birkin?
- In what 1980 thriller did Richard Gere play a male prostitute? (bonus point for the theme song)
- Whose controversial activities were based at 32 Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, South London?
- Who in 1953 appeared on the cover of the first issue of Playboy magazine?
- What colour was the dress which featured in Bill Clinton's scandal and impeachment of 1998?
quizballs 69 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes