Liverpool legend Roger Hunt became the latest to be put on the spot as part of FourFourTwo's light-hearted feature 'Ask a Silly Question'.
The club's all-time record league goalscorer led the Reds' frontline to deadly effect between 1958 and 1969, scoring a total of 286 goals for the club.
But he was a little bemused by what he later labelled as 'the strangest interview I've done in my life' when he sat down with FourFourTwo.
Here's how their conversation unfolded...
Hello Roger. Man landed on the moon on your 31st birthday. Did it spoil a day that should have been all about you receiving gifts?
You know what? I can't remember it at all, the moon landing. I was probably playing football or training.
Didn't you gather around a telly and watch in total awe as Neil Armstrong bobbed about?
I didn't watch it on TV, no. If it was my birthday, maybe I went out for a meal or something.
We thought everybody alive in 1969 tuned in!
I must be exceptional, then.
Did you think that by the time you turned 74, you'd have had a trip to the moon?
Maybe, but it hasn't happened. I haven't thought about it much. I'm not a fan of outer space. I wouldn't even go to the moon now, given the chance.
What's the biggest technical advance since 1969, then?
You're asking very strange questions.
Indeed. We get the feeling that nobody mentioned this to you before the interview.
It's very strange indeed.
Sorry. Anyway, do you and your fellow 1966 World Cup-winners like to compare iPod Nanos?
I'm not very good with computers, so I won't be bothering with an iPad or iPod. I suppose the mobile phone is the big advance that has affected everyone. It's changed so much. I've got a basic mobile, though - nothing fancy.
Gordon Banks hates to bank. Does Roger hunt?
I'm not keen on it. I won't say I'm pro-hunting. I did go shooting many moons ago, just firing a rifle out in the country, but I wasn't into it. It was a long time ago.
Do you hunt wasps or flies around the house with a rolled-up newspaper?
These questions are odd.
They're also pointless. Anyway - wasps. Do you squash them?
No, no. I don't swat flies or wasps.
Are you more bank-savvy than Gordon? He can't remember his PIN.
I'm okay on that front. I can use the cash machines.
Does Hunt ever watch BargainHunt on the tele?
I like that. I don't tune in especially, but I'll watch it if it's on. It's quite good. The antiques experts are generally good fun.
What's the best bargain you've ever bought?
Probably a pair of football boots or a smart jacket. I like to dress well and I've picked up a few items at a good price over the years.
Why do antique experts wear bow ties?
I think it's so they can be noticed and recognised. Maybe it shows that somehow they are an expert... I don't wear a bow tie when I'm watching, mind.
Have you ever worn a bow tie?
Yes, I have one. I'll be wearing it on Friday, actually - I'm off to a dinner and it's a smart affair. They're quite difficult to do up, but I should manage, although my wife might have to help out.
Snooker players, clowns and a certain generation of GPs also wear bow ties. Which would you rather be?
I wouldn't mind being the antiques expert. Have we finished now?
Alas, no. Which member of the 1966 World Cup-winning side do you think would make the most convincing clown?
Gordon Banks. He was always clowning around.
Surely he's a better Mister Spock doppelganger than clown?
I can't see that myself - people saying he looks like Spock. But sometimes people get confused. I used to get mistaken for George Eastham from Stoke City all the time. I don't know why.
Are you a Trekkie like Banksy?
No. I just watch sport. Football, tennis, cricket. And Bargain Hunt.
Finally - have you considered buying yourself a nice comfy onesie to stay cosy through the winter months?
I think we're finished now!
That was the strangest interview I've ever done in my life.