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Radio Ga Ga
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"Thanks to Kyleisalive's Queen Commission, I give you a quiz based on the song "Radio Ga Ga". In this quiz, every answer will have a double sound, all through Quizzyland!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Animals: This tiny antelope, which lives in East Africa, is so named for the sound it makes when it is frightened. What animal might this be?
Brain Teasers: Here is a wordwise for you. A wordwise is a word in which you say what you see, for instance "hahandnd" would be "hand in hand". The following wordwise fits the quiz, and your clue is "food". Good luck!
Celebrities: This actress, born in 1917, is also known as Sari Prinzessin von Anhalt. She has acted in several movies, including "Moulin Rouge". In 1989, she was given a traffic ticket by Paul Kramer, which started a very well known fiasco. Who might this actress be?
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Dee Dee Rescher
Entertainment: There is a famous German shepherd that was a movie and radio star, and later became a television star. The first of the line of these dogs was born in 1918 and died in 1932, at the age of 14. He starred in several movies, including "Clash of the Wolves". Who was this famous dog?
For Children: If you've ever seen "The Powerpuff Girls", you'd probably be familiar with the monkey villain with a brain protruding out of his head. Out of his head, it protrudes. Out of his head, a brain protrudes. Protruding out of his head, is a brain. I repeat myself because this character is known for doing so. Who might this villain be?
The Gangreen Gang
Mitchel "Mitch" Mitchelson
General: Double letter words are words where two of the same letter appear next to each other (e.g. leTTer). Every single letter in the English language has at least one word, including borrowed words from other languages and proper nouns, but a few can only be used as compound words i.e. two individual words combined to make one word. Which of these letters can only be seen "double" when used as a compound word?
Geography: In South Africa, there is a river that drains into the Indian Ocean. It is the second largest river in Africa to do so. It also flows through Mozambique, and borders Zimbabwe and Botswana. What is the name of this river?
History: Which of these was the brother of Moctezuma II, a ruler of the Aztec Empire?
Hobbies: Which of these is something you may order at an American-Chinese restaurant?
Peanut Butter Bonbons
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookie
Humanities: There is a musical based on a movie that was based on a book by Ian Fleming. The musical, movie, and book, are all about a magical flying car. Which of these might it be?
Bye Bye Birdie
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Literature: Who wrote the "Stainless Steel Rats" book series?
Movies: "Yousa follow me now, okie day?" This clumsy movie character says this to Qui and Obi in the first of six movies. What character might this be?
Jar Jar Binks
Kit Kit Fisto
Music: This singer has a song called "Bad Romance". In the song, she uses part of her "name", followed by "ooh la la". It goes "ra ra ah ah ah, roma romama, _ _ ooh la la". She also sings "Just Dance", "Poker Face", and "Paparazzi". Who is this singer?
People: The second South African to win the Nobel Peace Prize, he was also the first black South African to be the Anglican Archbishop of Capetown, South Africa. He has also been the Bishop of Lesotho and Bishop of Johannesburg. Who is this famed opponent of the apartheid?
Religion: You may be familiar with the handwriting on the wall found in the book of Daniel, but, according to the "New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures", what was written, exactly?
Mene Mene Tekel Parsin
Mene Tekel Parsin Parsin
Mene Tekel Tekel Parsin
Mene Mene Tekel Tekel Parsin Parsin
Sci/Tech: There are three main types of lava flow. Which is these is one of these lava types, that means stony, rough lava in Hawaiian?
Sports: Though his real name is Elliott Cornelius, this American footballer was drafted for the Chicago Bears in 1995. He wore jersey #88, and played the position of wide receiver. He has played for both the NFL and the AFL. Who might this man be?
Television: "Hidy ho, good neighbor!" Though we have never seen his entire face, this man has become quite the character on "Home Improvement". Who is this man?
Video Games: Neo Cortex created a bandicoot, named Crash, who ended up becoming his arch nemesis. He also created two "siblings" of Crash. One he named Crush. What was the name of the other one?
World: This language, also known as Kirmanjki and Dimli, is a Turkish language. It is similar to the Gilaki and Talyshi languages in structure and vocabulary. Which of these lesser known languages might this be?
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