Quiz: If You Can Get 18/18 On This D.C. Test, You're The Unoffical Mayor!

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I hope you're ready to run for Mayor!

This is a fun women.com geo quiz about Washington, DC the Capital of The United States between Maryland and Virginia.

 May 17, 2018

1 of 18Choose your answer!

Is Washington DC is its own State?
No, but it damn well should be.
Duh.

2 of 18Choose your answer!

Which place is typically free to go in DC?
Any of the arcades!
The beaches!
The Smithsonian Museums!

3 of 18Choose your answer!

What is a U Street Taco actually?
A loaded hotdog wrapped in a giant slice of pizza.
A piece of pizza with taco toppings.
A cannoli taco with chocolate sauce.

4 of 18Choose your answer!

What is at the very center of DC's quadrants?
The Whitehouse
The Capitol Building
The Washington Monument

5 of 18Choose your answer!

If you're in DC listening to "go-go music", you are...
Listening to podcasts.
Listening to local talk radio.
Listening to a genre of music that's like funk.

6 of 18Choose your answer!

Everyone in DC knows that the Potomac river is...
Open for swimming only for residents
Not fit for consumption
A favorite fishing location

7 of 18Choose your answer!

Ronald Reagan has something named after him in DC, what is it?
A Museum in Mount Vernon
An Airport in Gravelly Point Park
A Coffeehouse in Georgetown

8 of 18Choose your answer!

What would you call a person who lives in DC but wasn't born there?
A yankee.
A transplant!
A plumbus.

9 of 18Choose your answer!

Streets in DC that go North-South are named after numbers, while diagonal avenues are often named after:
States
Presidents
Horses

10 of 18Choose your answer!

If someone says they're going to the DMV, they probably mean they are:
Going to The District!
Going to The Department of Motored Vehicles!
Going to the Department of Maryland and Virginia!

11 of 18Choose your answer!

The Phillips Collection is America's first collection of what?
America's first collection of rare minerals
America's first museum of modern art
America's first collection of WW2 memorabilia

12 of 18Choose your answer!

Which of these is a popular seasoning choice in DC?
Saffron
Curry
Old Bay

13 of 18Choose your answer!

Its like barbecue sauce, but better:
Fry sauce
Cilantro
Mumbo sauce

14 of 18Choose your answer!

"DC" stands for...
Dallas Cowboys
District of Columbia
Department of Clowns

15 of 18Choose your answer!

Anyone who's "bama" is:
Someone you do NOT like.
In support of Barack Obama.
Super cool.

16 of 18Choose your answer!

"Wale" is:
Who?
The best rapper ever.
The worst rapper ever.

17 of 18Choose your answer!

To say someone is "bad" can mean they are not good, but it can also mean:
They are good looking.
They are very smart.
They are stupid.

18 of 18Choose your answer!

If you're telling someone to "go smack" what are you saying?
They should flirt.
They should eat something.
They should leave.
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

Washington, DC is not actually in Washington at all. It is located between Maryland and Virginia, and is the capital (or "capitol") of the United States. It is also referred to as the capital of the world. It was previously called the District of Columbia, which is where the acronym "DC" comes from. Take this fun women.com quiz on DC to see how well you know the nation's capital! Did you or do you live in DC? If so, then you likely have specialized knowledge about the region that you are probably not even consciously aware of—but it makes that location a part of who you are and very important to your identity! Maybe you're just a huge history buff, or a resident or Maryland or Virginia who has spent a lot of time in DC. Either way--this quiz should be fun for you! Be sure to share this quiz with your friends and family, no matter what score you get, so that they can share their experience of DC with you as well and you can have a meaningful conversation and connect through shared geographic experience.