Quiz: Can You Pass This "Two Truths And A Lie" Mixed Knowledge Quiz?

Can you tell fact from fiction?

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 Feb 09, 2019
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Question: 1/25Choose the Lie!


In the movie "The Wizard of Oz":
The Wicked Witch melts
The Wicked Witch forgives Dorothy
The Wicked Witch kidnaps Dorothy and her dog

Question: 2/25Choose the Lie!


During WWII:
London was struck by an atomic bomb
Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese
The Nazis occupied a large portion of European countries

Question: 3/25Choose the Lie!


The Mona Lisa:
was once thought to have been stolen by Picasso
Is on permanent display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Was painted by Leonardo DaVinci

Question: 4/25Choose the Lie!


The Hollywood sign in Los Angeles:
Used to read "Hollywoodland"
Is made of steel, enamel and concrete
Is open to the public

Question: 5/25Choose the Lie!


Of the five Great Lakes:
Water in Lake Erie replaces itself in 2.6 years
All of the four other Great Lakes can fit inside Lake Superior
Lake Erie is the deepest

Question: 6/25Choose the Lie!


Newborn babies:
Have over 600 bones in their bodies
Don't have kneecaps
Cannot cry tears from emotion

Question: 7/25Choose the Lie!


These never stops growing:
Our noses
Our ears
Our feet

Question: 8/25Choose the Lie!


No word in the English language rhymes with:
Month
Phone
Orange

Question: 9/25Choose the Lie!


The Pilgrims ate this at the first Thanksgiving:
Venison
Mashed potatoes
Cranberries

Question: 10/25Choose the Lie!


Peanuts:
Have gone into outer space
Are in the nut family
Are in the legume family

Question: 11/25Choose the Lie!


Chameleons change colors:
To communicate with other chamelons
To maintain their body temperature
To camouflage themselves

Question: 12/25Choose the Lie!


Christopher Columbus:
Did not set out to prove that the world was round
Discovered America
Brought diseases that killed much of the Native American population

Question: 13/25Choose the Lie!


Slavery in the U.S. was:
In every colony
First abolished in Vermont
Confined only to the South

Question: 14/25Choose the Lie!


You can taste:
Only if you can smell
Only certain things on certain parts of your tongue
All over your tongue

Question: 15/25Choose the Lie!


Albert Einstein:
Failed math in school
Was slow to talk as a child
Was a violinist

Question: 16/25Choose the Lie!


Bats:
Are blind
Are the only mammals able to fly
Can live to be 30 years old

Question: 17/25Choose the Lie!


Isaac Newton discovered gravity:
When he was already researching the forces of nature
When an apple hit him on the head
When he saw an apple fall from a tree

Question: 18/25Choose the Lie!


The blood in your veins:
Is red
Is deoxygenated
Is blue

Question: 19/25Choose the Lie!


Camels:
Can survive for seven days without water
Store water in their humps
Store fat in their humps

Question: 20/25Choose the Lie!


Napoleon Bonaparte:
Discovered the Rosetta Stone
Very short
A romance author

Question: 21/25Choose the Lie!


George Washington's teeth were made of:
Wood
Gold
Ivory and human teeth

Question: 22/25Choose the Lie!


Digesting chewing gum:
Takes seven years
Can sometimes lead to blocked intestines
Is impossible

Question: 23/25Choose the Lie!


A penny dropped from the Empire State Building:
Could kill someone
Would move at 25 miles per hour
Would reach top speed from 50 feet above

Question: 24/25Choose the Lie!


Coffee:
Was once consumed as food
Is made from berries
Is made from beans

Question: 25/25Choose the Lie!


The Titanic sunk:
After hitting an iceberg
On its maiden voyage
After a fire
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