This is your run-of-the-mill general knowledge question. Let's test you out with an easy one!
Use lateral thinking to find the answer. The challenge is to find the way of reading the clue that leads to the solution. It sometimes helps to think of other words for words in the clue.
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Riddle me this! A classic question involving a short, cryptic description that needs a degree of lateral thinking and ingenuity to solve. Can you wrap your head around this one?
Rearrange all the letters from the source word to make a new word. There is only one solution!
You're given a series of famous, ground breaking events and you must guess the correct year that they took place. Are you clued up enough to figure out this one?
Put simply: questions whose answer is either True or False. Give this one a go. You've got a 50/50 chance!
One of our most popular question categories! A film plot is explained in loose and often bizarre terms, and you must guess which film is referenced. Are you sharp enough to decode this lazily explained masterpiece?
Mind the gap in your general knowledge!
Similar to the general cryptic question, this time you must guess the tube station from the clue. Invented by Question One in 2004, it has proved immensely popular in all quizzes across London! Don't accept any imitations!
Identify the title and/or the name of the artist that performed the song using the given lyrics. Don't sing it, it will give it away!
You're given a picture and you must answer the associated general knowledge question attached to it. For example...
A word puzzle in which a phrase, quotation, date, or fact must be deduced from the numbers and abbreviated letters in the clue. Common words such as 'the', 'in', 'a', 'an', 'of', 'to', etc. are not normally abbreviated. Rack your brain over this one...
How susceptible are you to brand imagery?!
Another classic picture question. We provide you with a brand logo, font or icon and you're task is to guess what organization, brand or item it represents. Take this one for example...
You guess who the person is from their not-so-flattering childhood photograph. Can you guess this one?
You're given a picture of an object, and you're task is to work out what it is. The image might be a close up, or distorted in some way.
This is a 'say what you see' puzzle, sometimes referred to as a "dingbat" question. Normally a well known phrase, saying or object.
Presented with a bunch of movie posters, you need to work out which films they represent. Maybe you'll know this one...
You're given a flag and asked to figure out which country, state or organization it belongs to. How's your world Geography? Can you figure out this one?
Two famous faces are merged into one, creating a striking image where you must work out who is in each half of the face!
This question gives you a silhouette of a famous location (often a skyline) and you need to work out where it is. Have you been here?
Are you smarter than the av-er-age bear? You're given a crazy mash up of different cartoon characters and you need to reclaim your inner child and figure out who they all are. Are you ready for an example? Excellent...
A picture question with a famous (or infamous!) face hidden behind a smiley. Can you guess who this is?
Three songs with a place name hidden in the blanked lyrics - what are they?
You're given a few short audio clips from famous films and you must guess the picture. Play it, Sam!
One of our staple music questions. Presented are three different songs and you must guess which year they were released in. Are you ears sharp enough for this one?