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Beatles Archaeological Dig in the Year 2525
"Imagine, many years from now, dignified archaeologists discover an ancient Beatles artifact burial site. Listen as they discuss their findings. Maybe you can help them identify puzzling items. Ready? Now, dig it!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
"This is an amazing find here, sir. Looks like a book. It's in terribly deteriorated shape, but there are some facts we've managed to gather." What is the one fact that does NOT fit into the Beatle book discovery?
It is based on a novel by a man named Lear.
"I Am Not a Spaniard" is faintly visible on the spine of the book.
It's a thousand pages, give or take a few.
It involves a dirty man and a clinging wife.
"Most peculiar, professor. A bag containing what seems to be a chocolate dessert of some kind. And even more odd is 50 acorns tied in a sack." These artifacts are physical remnants from which song?
The Ballad of John and Yoko
The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill
Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite
"I don't know if this is of any importance, sir, but here is a pouch containing two pennies. Attached is a note from a widow to Mr. Wilson and Mr. Heath explaining that the coins were taken from her husband's eyes. This is most baffling." Which song would you advise these workers to listen to in order to clarify the find?
I Am the Walrus
All You Need Is Love
"Interesting, doctor, a memo from a dentist listing the reasons for dental extractions. Apparently, his patient overindulged in sweet desserts." Which combination of items could NOT possibly be on the dentist's list?
ginger sling with a pineapple heart
creme tangerine, schwartzwalder kirschtorte
cool cherry creme, apple tart
creme tangerine, cool cherry creme
"Professor, brace yourself, this is most ghastly. Here are the mummified remains of a female body. She has a cap, and a bag across her shoulder. In fact, she is reminiscent of a military man." The befuddled archaeologists never had a clue to her name and occupation. Would you like to help them out?
Semolina Pilchard, daredevil
Lovely Rita, meter maid
Lil (or possibly Nancy), all-round good-time gal
"Even more unpleasant findings, sir. Presumably a badly decomposed female who must have been good looking, but appears to be dressed as a man in a polythene bag." The historians playfully nicknamed her. Which choice of names would prove to be most historically accurate?
Dirty Maggie Mae
"This is amazing. I've heard of these, but never, ever seen any. They were rumored to have been worn by plasticine porters in a fantastic place where rocking horse people ate marshmallow pies. I'll be hanged if I can remember what they are called. Can anyone out there help me?"
looking glass ties
guru drag get-ups
"More distressing findings, Professor. A dead dog with a substance dripping from what were once his eyes. Frightful. What could the substance be?"
yellow matter custard
"Fascinating. A Lennon-McCartney rough draft of a song about an onion. They intended to include references to previous compositions." Let's assist the archaeologists by pointing out which song would NOT be referenced.
Fool on the Hill
Blue Jay Way
Strawberry Fields Forever
I Am the Walrus
"Well, look at this, professor. Everyone knows what these are: some monogrammed socks obviously darned in the night by someone with the initials "FM". Go ahead, take a guess who made these.
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