This quiz is the Talk Sport of our quizzes so far. This time, there are 10 categories and four names for each - two are genuine names of things in that category and two are made up. All you have to do is say which two are the real thing.
Two points per question. Please don't look the answers up on the internet - pretty please.
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The closing date is the 17th May.
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Well done to Debbie, Seamus and Niamh - this week's winners following a return to winning ways. It was a close run thing with only a couple of points separating most teams.
Seeping Willy, Twatt, Fanny Barks, Nobbing Bottom
Twatt - Orkneys, Fanny Barks - Durham
Brown Willy is in Cornwall, Nob End is in South Lancashire
IKEA Product Names:
Fartyg, Bollnäs, Milf, Mjölby
Fartyg is a ceiling light, Milf is a desk lamp,
The other two are Swedish cities
Swilly, Hertford Tingle, Slack Ma Girdle, Pantysgawn
Slack Ma Girdle, Pantysgawn
Swilly is a district in Plymouth, Hertford Tingle is what you feel when you visit Hertford
Prostactinium, Ytterbium, Mandolayvium, Neptunium
Protactinium and Mendelevium are element names
Wars involving the British:
Tacky's War, Jenkins' Rear, War of the Unholy Alliance, Hawkesbury and Nepean Wars
Tacky's War, Hawkesbury and Nepean Wars
Jenkin's Ear and War of the Quadruple Alliance are names of wars
Caliper bolt, Flange rocker, Gorp filter, Gudgeon pin
Caliper bolt, Gudgeon pin
The others are made up
Herculaneum, Ebony, Gabriel, Linton
Heraclea and Edony are potatoes
International Bartender Association cocktail names:
Vespa, Sea Wind, Dark 'N' Stormy, Pisco Sour
Dark 'N' Stormy, Pisco Sour
Sea Breeze and Vesper are also cocktails
Breeds of dog:
Cha Chi, Basenji, Plott, Pooley
Chi Chi and Puli are also breeds
Cirrocumulus floccus, Cumulonimbus conubius, Cumulus incongestus, Altocumulus lenticularis
Cirrocumulus floccus, Altocumulus lenticularis
Cumulonimbus calvus and Cumulus congestus are also cloud formations