It's the end of the week, so it's time for BBC News Online's weekly news quiz.
This quiz is here every week - or you can reach it by bookmarking the address www.bbc.co.uk/sevendaysquiz
And here is the Seven Days, Seven Questions bonus question. (Entries this week are now closed.)
The rules are simple. We give you the answer, you write the question. Marks are deducted for predictability.
The bonus answer is: "Great, have a good evening, have a good morning."
Wrong questions included:
When departing, how would a polite dinner guest subtly remind you the clocks had gone forwards?
Michael Hall, UK
How did Virgin trains announce another day service becoming a sleeper?
What Oscars acceptance speech did the organisers hope that Michael Moore was going to make?
Richard Baker, UK
Hey Truman, did you know I'm sleeping with your wife?
What is Tony the Tiger's new slogan to try to double the sales of Frosties?
What's the advertising slogan for new Paracetemol flavoured Alco-pop?
Mark Mullaly, Birmingham, UK
When departing, how would a polite dinner party host subtly suggest that you should have gone home at least an hour ago?
Jason Smithwick, UK
How did a simple spelling mistake ruin the English Cheese Council's recent advertising campaign.
What are the side effects of overdosing on Viagra?
What is the new motto of the sex workers wing of the GMB?
All wrong. The correct question, as identified by
David Comyns, was
"What did Colonel Chris Vernon, British Army spokesman in the Gulf, say that Basra's senior Baath party official was thinking just before he was bombed?"
Thanks to everyone who entered. Seven Days, Seven Questions will return next week.