Family Fortunes favourites

I used to love this show when I was younger. It didn't take much effort to watch, and was sometimes almost fun. It was fairly interactive in our house; at least when my dad was watching it was. There were some classic moments; occasional moments of outstanding inspiration to edge the game, but more often priceless moments of stunning error to let it slip away.

To be honest with you, I am in absolute awe of some of the actual responses collected below. How can you not admire examples of such outstanding natural stupidity.

You know the format: 

A way of toasting someone: "Over a fire."
An instrument you can play while walking in the street: "A cello."
A word beginning with Z: "Xylophone."
A slang word for a girl: "Slag."
An animal with horns: "A bee."
Something made of wool: "A sheep."
Something a train-spotter would have in his pocket: "A magnifying glass."
A way to prevent snoring: "Put a pillow over his face."
Someone who works early hours: "A burglar."
A reason for kneeling: "To be beheaded."
Something that's nice to wear next to your skin: "Pants."
A famous Dick: "Carrot."
Something that comes in 7's: "Fingers."
A vocalist known by only one name: "Michael Jackson."
A yellow fruit: "Orange."
Something associated with Liverpool: "The Yellow Brick Road."
A boy mentioned in a nursery rhyme: "Little Red Riding Hood."
Something associated with Queen Victoria: "Her husbands."
Something you hide in your socks when you go swimming: "Your legs."
A place you would keep a pen: "A zoo."
Something associated with rain: "Water."
An animal that lives in the English countryside: "A lion."
A game that uses a black ball: "Darts."
A popular TV soap: "Dove."
Other than 'carrier', a type of bag: "Horse."
Something you might find in a garage: "a grand piano."
A fast animal: "A hippo."
Something you keep in the garden: "A cat."
Something that has a shell: "Batman."
Something a policeman might say: "Spread 'em."
A non-living object with legs: "A plant."
A sign of the Zodiac: "April."
A mode of transport that you can walk in: "Your shoes."
A musical instrument you can play in the bath: "A drum kit."
Something associated with Egypt: "Cigars."
A part of your body you only have one of: "Your big toe."
Something you pull: "A potato."
An animal used as a form of transport: "A turtle."
A habit people try to give up: "Spitting."
A seaside resort on the south coast: " Rio de Janeiro."
Something you open other than a door: "Your bowels."
Something that makes you scream: "A squirrel."
A food than can easily be eaten without chewing: "Chips."
Something people might be allergic to: "Skiing."
An occupation where you need a torch: "A burglar."
A dangerous race: "The Arabs."
A game played in the dark: "Charades."
Some famous brothers: "Bonnie and Clyde."
A jacket potato topping: "Jam."
A part of the body you have more than two of: "Arms."
Something you find on a fire engine: "Coal."
A famous royal: "Mail."
Something you do before going to bed: "Sleep."
An item of clothing worn by the Three Muskateers: "A horse."
Something you might do in a power cut: "Read a book."
A famous Parisian landmark: "Hawaii."
The first place detectives look for fingerprints: "The floor."
Something you associate with the sea: "A coffin."
A famous Arthur: "Shakespeare."
Something people take to the beach: "Turkey."
A reason someone digs a hole in the road: "Grave digger."
An ingredient in chicken stuffing: "Chicken."
Something a girl should know about a man before marrying him: "His name."
A bird with a long neck: "Naomi Campbell."
An item of clothing a woman might borrow from a man: "Underpants."
Something taken from a hotel as a souvenir: "The lamps."
Something you keep in a garden shed: "A gardener."
A song with moon in the title: "Blue Suede Moon."
A famous cowboy: "Buck Rogers."
Something you'd associate with the three bears: "Red Riding Hood."
Fruit used in fruit salad: "Cucumber."
Something you wear on the beach: "A deckchair."
A method of cooking fish: "Cod."
Something you borrow from your partner: "Shoes."
A part of the body beginning with N: "Knee."
A famous Scotsman: "Vinnie Jones."
Something red: "My cardigan."
Something with a hole in it: "A window."
Something you do in the bathroom: "Decorate."
A domestic animal: "A leopard."
Something that floats in the bath: "Water."
Something in the garden that's green: "The shed."
Something a blind man might use: "A sword."
Something that flies without an engine: "A bicycle with wings."


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