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    Congratulations Nebuchadnezzaṛ


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    During which century did Blackbeard become famous for seafaring?


    Correct answer was Iceland.:cool: I'll clarify any challenges/discrepencies at the end of the quiz.:yep:

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    15th century?
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    aw i was wrong it seems
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    (Original post by the bear)
    ermm iceland isn't on the continent... it is in the sea

    Its still on the Eurasian Continental Plate (It is also on the North American Plate but :P ) Its a bit like saying that the UK is in the sea. Its classified under Europe
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    As to the disappointment of Nigel Farrage and Brexiteers
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    21st century??? :dontknow:
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    1750 so 18th
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    wait 16th century
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    (Original post by Ryan CS)
    Its still on the Eurasian Continental Plate (It is also on the North American Plate but :P ) Its a bit like saying that the UK is in the sea. Its classified under Europe
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    As to the disappointment of Nigel Farrage and Brexiteers

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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Congratulations Nebuchadnezzaṛ


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    During which century did Blackbeard become famous for seafaring?


    Correct answer was Iceland.:cool: I'll clarify any challenges/discrepencies at the end of the quiz.:yep:

    NOTE: I'm gonna be harsh on this question

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    18th Century
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    No idea with this one. Went for a number betwen 15 and 20
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    IM DOING THIS BACKWARDS WHILST KNOWING HOW CENTURIES WORK
    honestly im thick as suet pudding
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Congratulations Nebuchadnezzaṛ


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    During which century did Blackbeard become famous for seafaring?



    Correct answer was Iceland.:cool: I'll clarify any challenges/discrepencies at the end of the quiz.:yep:

    NOTE: I'm gonna be harsh on this question

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    18th Century/ 1700s
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    Do I get Bonus points for knowing his original name was Edward Teach


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    (Original post by vityamins)
    IM DOING THIS BACKWARDS WHILST KNOWING HOW CENTURIES WORK
    honestly im thick as suet pudding
    i thought i was somewhat smart until tonight :rofl:
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    I would argue you are not truly famous until you have a film about you. 20th century.
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    (Original post by Notnek)
    No idea with this one. Went for a number betwen 15 and 20
    I went for a number between 15 and 20 that at the point I'd submitted my answer, no one else had said :lol:
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    19th Century

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    Congratulations BuzzyB73

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    What is the collective name for a group of geese on the ground?


    Good to see that the questions are getting broadly harder then.

    18th century was when he became a seafaring pirate, although he was born in the 17th.

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    15th century?
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    Its still on the Eurasian Continental Plate (It is also on the North American Plate but :P ) Its a bit like saying that the UK is in the sea. Its classified under Europe
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    1750 so 18th
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    21st century??? :dontknow:
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    18th Century
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    No idea with this one. Went for a number betwen 15 and 20
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    16th Century
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    Do I get Bonus points for knowing his original name was Edward Teach
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    15th. I have no ****ing idea
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    Seventeenth?
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    18th
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    18th century
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    18th century
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    17th?
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    16th
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    18th
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Congratulations BuzzyB73

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    What is the collective name for a group of geese on the ground?


    Good to see that the questions are getting broadly harder then.

    18th century was when he became a seafaring pirate, although he was born in the 17th.

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