The No Quiz

Can you guess these answers that all contain the word "no"?
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Last updated: May 10, 2022
First submittedFebruary 8, 2012
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Clue
Answer
No pain, __ ____
No Gain
All bark, __ ____
No Bite
Look ma, __ ____!
No Hands
Sign outside a full hotel
No Vacancy
Gwen Stefani's band
No Doubt
Area between the trenches
in WWI
No Man's Land
Australian for "that's alright"
No Worries
Bond villain
Dr. No
Parliamentary vote to force
a leader to resign
No Confidence
Bob Marley: No woman, __ ___
No Cry
Poker game with no maximum
on the size of the pot
No Limit
Clue
Answer
Area over Northern Iraq, 1991–2003
No-fly Zone
Wrestling match with no rules
No Holds Barred
Hangin' out the passenger side of
his best friend's ride
No Scrubs
__ ____ ____ goes unpunished
No Good Deed
Nolo contendere
No Contest
Magic words to leave Oz:
There's __ ___ ___ ___
No Place Like
Home
U.S. revolutionary slogan:
__ ______ without representation
No Taxation
What a politician says when they
don't want to answer a question
No Comment
Coen brothers movie:
__ ____ For Old Men
No Country
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Level 65
Feb 8, 2012
They are the same in meaning, but the official term is actually "No Fly-Zone."
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Level ∞
May 10, 2022
Ten years later... The quiz is correct.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No-fly_zone

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Level 73
Feb 8, 2012
Just so you know, Brits (or at least people where I'm from) say "no worries" too. I kinda thought it was a universal saying to be honest.
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Level 44
Nov 2, 2012
Not heard of in the States until Paul Hogan came along.
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Level 68
Oct 30, 2014
I'm American and I've said that several times. I'm not sure if something I saw influenced me but I never thought it was an Australian thing first.
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Level 76
Oct 30, 2014
As an American, my context for the expression was the UK. I may have guessed the clue correctly if it hadn't said "Australian"
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Level 39
May 11, 2015
I HATE STEREOTYPING!! Aussies here, peoples!
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Level 87
Apr 3, 2019
Typical Australian response.
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Level 44
Jun 3, 2015
I hate that phrase when said by -usually- a yong person serving in a coffee bar etc. What's wrong with "you're welcome!"
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Level 71
Aug 18, 2015
It's better than 'Have a Nice Day!"
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Level 68
Apr 12, 2016
there's nothing wrong with your welcome, and there's also nothing wrong with no worries. why are you so concerned with the specific phrases people use at the coffee shop?
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Level 45
Mar 19, 2019
It sounds like what you might hear after apologizing to someone, so that's why it's so jarring to hear when you thank them.

- "Thank you"

- "It's all right, don't worry about it"

- "Uh did I do something wrong?"

- "Like I said, don't worry about it!"

- "Don't worry about what? What did I do??"

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Level 36
Jul 16, 2019
It's because young people have a different concept of doing a favor than old people.
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Level 64
May 31, 2022
Start as slang in Australia, 1960s or perhaps earlier; spread by Neighbours.
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Level 87
May 31, 2022
I don't know why he chose not to use Hakuna Matata instead.
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Level 75
May 31, 2022
I'm American and I've used it and heard other people use it. Didn't know it was associated with Australia.
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Level 21
Jun 8, 2022
As a Londoner, it is actually quite common. Only recently found out that it is Australian.
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Level 52
Feb 8, 2012
On the other hand you wouldn't hear "no wuckers" outside Australia. Discuss.
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Level 31
Feb 9, 2012
"No worries" is a very common phrase here in Alberta, Canada.
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Level 21
Jun 8, 2022
Yes, I think that it is said all over the world.
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Level 82
Feb 9, 2012
Not sure where the phrase originated but "no worries" must've been popular in Australia at one time because a version of it was adopted by their northern neighbors, Papua New Guinea, where they say "no waris."
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Level 76
Feb 11, 2012
"no worries" gets said here in NY a lot - granted I'm in an area with a fairly big Ozzian and Kiwi ex-pat community, but even I use it constantly... "no wuckers" and "no wukin furries" I've only ever heard out of gen-u-ine Ozzies.
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Level 33
Apr 2, 2012
100% :-)...I'm also American and we say "no worries" all of the time. I didn't think it was an Australian thing because it's so normal to hear someone say it
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Level 72
May 13, 2022
I'm old, and I can tell you "no worries" wasn't an American expression until it migrated here from Australia.
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Level 79
May 21, 2012
"no scrub" should be acceptable
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Level 29
Aug 6, 2012
Could you accept "no vacancies" that's more commonly the sign I see in hotels
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Level 49
May 30, 2013
The only thing I could think of was "No, Mr.Bond, I expect you to die."
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Level 37
Feb 19, 2018
That phrase was from Goldfinger, not Dr. No.
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Level 55
Nov 6, 2019
He was just saying it was the only James Bond thing he could remember with "no" I think
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Level 71
Oct 8, 2014
As the German family was cycling through the Alps, Frau Schatten lost control of her bike and plunged over the edge of the cliff into the ravine. At which point Fritz turned to his brother and said "Look Hans! No Ma!"

Another heartless joke we learned as third graders.

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Level 44
Oct 30, 2014
The first time I heard No Worries was in 1990 in The Rescuers Down Under. I remember wincing when the boy said it ("No worries Ma!") as it sounded so awkward and forced, thinking "no 8-yr-old kid would ever say that."
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Level 39
May 11, 2015
Love you pitch perfect!
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Level 78
Jun 8, 2015
I remember a friend coming back to the US after a summer in Australia and telling me all the Aussie slang she had learned, including "no worries." That was in 1999.I hear it all the time now, but neither of us had heard it before then.
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Level 21
Oct 20, 2016
No prob should be accepted for "Australian for 'that's alright'". I'm from Australia and I say that all the time.
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Level 37
Mar 21, 2017
I think a more common answer for No Hold Barred is No Disqualification. Just saying.
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Level 71
Jun 9, 2017
50 or 60 years ago 'No Worries' was a common expression only used in Australia and maybe New Zealand, over the years, due to TV and Films and cheaper travel the expression, like so many others, has become worldwide. Many expressions that were common in Australia back then have virtually died out, such as 'Cobber' for mate, 'She's sweet' for OK and 'Sheila' for a girl or woman, 'Bonzer' for really good and 'She'll be right' for it will turn out alright ............ There is no reason why a saying should proliferate or die out..... just chance.
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Level 64
May 31, 2022
Righto
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Level 57
May 31, 2022
I hear almost all of these a lot where I live so I don't think they're dying out except maybe in the cities
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Level 53
Jan 17, 2018
Either "Contend" or "Guilt" should be acceptable answers for "nolo contendere". It literally means "I do not wish to contend" where the defendant enters a plea accepting judgement without admitting guilt.
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Level 37
Feb 19, 2018
It translates as: "I do not contest" (the charges against me) which, to my way of thinking is the same as pleading guilty. If the accused thought him/herself innocent, he/she would certainly contest the charges.
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Level 62
Jun 20, 2020
I tried no contention, without success.
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Level 38
Feb 6, 2018
I had always heard of it as 'No pain no brain' or the other way round!? :D
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Level 62
Nov 8, 2018
Well, you have bad hearing. Or you live in an unusual community.
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Level 47
Oct 3, 2022
They are both used but in wildly different contexts (one is a motivational cliché and the other is something you say to someone who hurt themself and recovered too quickly)
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Level 20
Jan 15, 2019
Never heard any of those hehe
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Level 17
May 14, 2019
I always heard a wrestling match with no rules called a No Mercy Match
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Level 69
Aug 9, 2019
Expected "no-go zone" to be in here.
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Level 59
Jun 4, 2021
I was gonna say No Worries but it didn't sound Australian enough
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Level 90
May 10, 2022
Never heard of "no scrubs". Had to look it up and learn that it was a lyric from a song I had never heard of. I'm too old . . .
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Level 80
May 31, 2022
I've never heard of "no scrub" as well... I'm guilty of being too non-American -_-"
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Level 70
May 31, 2022
I'm American and never heard it either. However, it was the only one I didn't get so the re-take was fairly easy...lol
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Level 75
Jun 2, 2022
The song it's from is about 25 years old. . . so maybe you're not old enough?
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Level 65
May 10, 2022
Correct me if I am wrong, but shouldn't it be "No taxation without representation"?
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Level ∞
May 10, 2022
Fixed
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Level 75
May 10, 2022
No taxation isn't just a revolutionary slogan. It's used today for the citizens of Washington DC.
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Level 47
Oct 3, 2022
They must be revolutionaries.
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Level 67
May 12, 2022
No Diggity
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Level 58
May 13, 2022
expected to see "Most famous mambo song"
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Level 63
May 31, 2022
Very good. Thanks QM
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Level 66
May 31, 2022
I hear "No worries" all the time in California.
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Level 37
May 31, 2022
'no limit' refers to the size of the bet, not the size of the pot. in a limit game, the size of the pot can also be arbitrarily big if players raise back and forth indefinitely. so itd be more accurate to change 'pot' to 'bet'.
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Level 57
Jun 1, 2022
I tried 'No biggie' for the Australian phrase. Doesn't that have sort of the same meaning?