The Chase Funniest Questions #1

Answer these funny questions that were featured on UK quiz show "The Chase" "Here's your question, good luck"
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1. What is the cartoon character Andy Capp known as in Germany?
Dick Tingeler
Helmut Schmacker
Willi Wakker
2. Dump, floater, and wipe are terms used in which team sport?
Badminton
Volleyball
Water polo
3. What is the name of Al Gore's wife of more than 40 years?
Chipper
Tipper
Flipper
4. Which of these represented the Seychelles in the 800m at the 2012 World Indoor Athletics Championships?
Gaylord Silly
Pansy Picker
Horace Mincy-Walker
5. In what part of Wales is Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch?
Pembrokeshire
Wye Valley
Anglesey
6. In what sport does Fanny Chmelar compete for Germany?
Swimming
Show jumping
Skiing
7. In 2017, what snack food company released the men's fragrance 'Porc'?
Peperami
Ginsters
Mr. Porky
8. Nineteenth century composer William Crotch was also famous as a player of what instrument?
Oboe
Bagpipes
Organ
9. British rapper Tyrone Lindo is better known by what stage name?
Big Narstie
Massive Dirty
Colossal Brown
10. Pussy and crack are varieties of which tree?
Willow
Cherry
Redwood
11. Henry II had a jester called Roland whose job was to do what on Christmas Day?
Stuff the turkey
Open the presents
Pass wind
12. Which of these is a real tit?
Adriatic tit
Baltic tit
Caspian tit
13. Which of these is a Welsh slang term for a microwave?
Hotty-hoo-hoo
Beepy-spin
Popty-ping
14. What was the name of the section of the River Cherwell in Oxford formerly reserved for nude male bathing?
Parson's Pleasure
Deacon's Delight
Rector's Relish
15. Which of these is a hill in the Black Mountains of Wales
Duke William's Tool
Earl Percy's Point
Lord Hereford's Knob
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