Must be Texas then
Over to you
Please answer quickly and without taking notes:
How often do you use the digit 6 to write all numbers from 1 to 100 ?
ten times in the first digit and ten in the second digit?
Yes, that's correct
OK, let's see if you can do this without looking them up.
Can you name the ten US state names which contain more vowels than consonants (e.g. OHIO)
hey, I'm not even sure I can name them all
Ok, Arizona springs to mind,California has the same amount of both ,same with Nevada and Utah
I got 8 of them without looking them up.
Won't post the answers in case someone else has managed to do it without cheating at all!
OK, I guess no-one else is interested.
Ohio and Arizona were already solved.
Idaho, Hawaii, , Indiana, Georgia, Maine,Alabama and I had to look up Iowa and Louisiana.
An easy one.
Name a place in USA and Eastern Europe.
That is a place with the same name in US and Eastern Europe.
Which World Cup 2006 team are the Irish supporting, as they have the same flag, upside down?
Was it Cote d'Ivoire?
I looked it up in an oldish atlas: were they playing?... I don't follow sport.
Thought you might like this one.
I was travelling North when I saw a sign pointing to the right which read "Westward". Why?
Yes, the Ivory Coast is correct
Is it a sign to Westward Ho! near Bideford, Devon?
I'm not sure, as WH! is on the West coast, so if you're travelling North, you'd be unlikely to see a sign pointing right.
Right idea, wrong location.
Were you travelling towards the magnetic north pole then ( which is, physically, a south pole )?
It's the village of Westward in Cumbria.
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