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 Mar 18, 2020

1 of 65Pick your answer!

A 2006 study of phone conversations found that which statement was meant sarcastically 23% of the time?
Oh my goodness
Yeah, right
Very cool

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Released by Apple in 1998, which of these gadgets is the earliest?
iWatch
iPod
iPhone

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A blacksmith works primarily with what metal?
Iron
Aluminum
Gold

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A breakthrough in fashion,”jeggings” are leggings designed to look like what?
Jogging pants
Legs
Jeans

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A classic 1969 work by poet Maya Angelou is titled “I Know Why The Caged Bird _____"
Flies
Sits
Sings

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A popular palindrome begins “A man, a plan, a canal” and ends with what country’s name?
Panama
Canada
Chile

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A common problem during childhood, nocturnal enuresis is a medical term better known as what?
Nightmares
Sleep walking
Bed wetting

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A couple described as a “Sam and Diane” refers to the on-again,off-again duo of what classic sitcom?
Full House
Cheers
Friends

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A criminal who has “cooked the books” has engaged in what kind of illegal behavior?
Gambling
Production of illegal substance
Accounting fraud

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A Darwinist is, by definition, a believer of what concept?
Evolution
Catholicism
Marriage

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A Eurasian counterpart to the NHL, the KHL is a professional league in what sport?
Water Polo
Tennis
Hockey

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This yellow American Revolutionary War flag features a rattlesnake with what motto printed underneath?
Together We Shall Prevail
Don't Tread on Me
One Nation Under God

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A well-known passage from the Bible, the Twenty-third Psalm begins with the line “The Lord is my _____."
Leader
Everything
Shepherd

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A form of Vitamin A, Retinol is a popular ingredient in which of these drugstore items?
Chap stick
Wrinkle cream
Exfoliating scrub

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A twin bed that slides underneath another twin when not in use is called a ______.
Slider Bed
Prindle Bed
Trundle Bed

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A group of what birds is known as “murder”?
Chickens
Crows
Doves

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A liger is a mix between a tiger and a _____.
Lion
Llama
Centaur

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A hot dog topped with chili sauce, raw onions and mustard is named after what New York City neighborhood?
Queens
Coney Island
Brooklyn

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A mochaccino is traditionally made by adding what ingredient to a cappuccino?
Milk
Espresso
Chocolate

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A new spin on the BLT, the increasingly popular “BLAT” sandwich typically comes with bacon, lettuce, tomato and what?
Apple
Almond
Avocado

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A nod to its famous horse race, what U.S. state uses the slogan “Unbridled Spirit” to market itself to visitors?
Kentucky
Virginia
California

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A person claiming to have psychokinetic powers is supposed to be able to do what with their mind?
Read minds
Move objects
See the future

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A person known to doctors as a “universal donor” has which of these blood types?
A
AB
O

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A person who is said to be “playing the back nine” is participating in what sport?
Bowling
Basketball
Golf

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A pescetarian breaks from the vegetarian code by eating which of these foods?
Chicken
Beef
Fish

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A popular brunch cocktail, the Mimosa is typically made by mixing champagne with what fruit juice?
Peach
Orange
Apple

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A popular game on many college campuses, beer pong is typically played with a _____.
Set of dice
Ping pong ball
Deck of cards

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The Babybjorn company, a popular maker of parenting accessories, is headquartered in what country?
Italy
Japan
Sweden

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A popular tourist destination in Europe, Prague is the capital of what country?
France
Romania
Czech Republic

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A reference to Mount Rushmore, “Great Faces. Great Places” appears on license plates issued by what U.S. state?
South Dakota
Texas
New Mexico

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A sacred prayer in the Roman Catholic faith, Ave Maria gets its name from a Latin phrase meaning what?
Lord's Prayer
Rosary
Hail Mary

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A simple image of a beam of light being refracted is depicted on the cover of what iconic 1973 album?
Pink Floyd - "The Dark Side of The Moon"
Michael Jackson - "Thriller"
Fleetwood Mac - "Rumours"

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A statue of what movie character stands near the base of the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art?
Forrest Gump
Han Solo
Rocky Balboa

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Yen is the currency of which nation?
Russia
Japan
Thailand

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A traditional “Hawaiian” pizza is topped with an unusual combination of pineapple and what?
Anchovies
Ham
Onions

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A type of security measure, retinal scanning identifies people based on unique patterns in their what?
Fingerprints
Eyes
DNA

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A “cinephile” is a person who is a devoted and knowledgeable fan of what?
Birds
History
Movies

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According to a Benjamin Franklin quote, "nothing is certain except ___ and taxes".
Laughing
Life
Death

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According to a famous Yves Saint Laurent quote, “Fashions fade,” what “is eternal?”
Shoes
Clothing
Style

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According to a classic theme song, you’ll have a “yabba-dabba-doo time” watching what TV series?
Ren & Stimpy
The Flintstones
The Jetsons

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According to a common idiom, extremely close friends are said to be “as thick as _____".
Texas
Milk
Thieves

42 of 65Pick your answer!

According to a popular franchise’s slogan,”America Runs on” what?
Starbucks
McDonalds
Dunkin'

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According to census data, the language most frequently spoken in U.S. homes, besides English, is ______.
French
Mandarin
Spanish

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According to it's name, New York City’s MoMA specializes in what kind of art?
Renaissance
Modern
Sculptures

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According to the Association for Dressings and Sauces, what is the most popular salad dressing in the U.S.?
Italian
Balsamic
Ranch

46 of 65Pick your answer!

On an old-fashioned rotary phone, what number requires the longest turn of the dial?
8
0
5

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On his talk show “Maury,” host Maury Povich famously says to some of his guests “you are NOT” what?
the winner
on camera
the father

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On the Fahrenheit scale, ____ degrees is generally considered to be regular body temperature.
98.6
95.6
101.5

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On the FDA Nutrition Facts food label, the abbreviation “DV” stands for “daily” what?
Vegetables
Varies
Value

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On the Simpsons, what member of the Simpson family is commonly seen sucking on a pacifier?
Lisa
Maggie
Edna

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On the TV sitcom “How I Met Your Mother,” what actor provides the voice of the unseen narrator?
Bob Saget
Morgan Freeman
George Lopez

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Cointreau is a triple sec liqueur with what distinct flavor?
Mint
Coffee
Orange

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Who are the "Fab Four from Liverpool"?
Rooney
The Beatles
Pink Floyd

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One of Hollywood’s funniest movie quotes,”Well,nobody’s perfect!” is the last line of what classic film?
The Sound of Music
Citizen Kane
Some Like It Hot

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A sieve is what type of kitchen utensil?
Knife
Strainer
Peeler

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One of the world’s steepest streets in a major city,Filbert Street is located where?
Chicago
New York City
San Francisco

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Originally made in Germany, traditional Rumple Minze schnapps is known for what distinctive flavor?
Sour Apple
Cinnamon
Peppermint

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Orzo is a type of Italian pasta shaped like what?
Grains of rice
Bow-ties
Elbows

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Paris’s largest airport is named after what French leader?
Napoleon III
John Calvin
Charles De Gaulle

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In 1976, which of these Presidents signed legislation to immunize Americans from swine flu?
George W. Bush
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Gerald Ford

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Partly due to its rounded shape and leathery green skin, what fruit is also known as an “alligator pear”?
Raisin
Grape
Avocado

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Representing the number of letters in each word, “143” is a common text abbreviation for what phrase?
I love you
Goodbye
Thank you

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Presumably named after the love of his life, “The Olive” is a boat belonging to what character?
Donald Duck
Popeye
Porky Pig

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Ranging in color from pale violet to deep purple, what is the traditional birthstone for the month of February?
Topaz
Opal
Amethyst

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Retired New York Yankees uniform number 3 belonged to which baseball great?
Barry Bonds
Pete Rose
Babe Ruth
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