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

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Can you tell fact from fiction?

Are you a trivia buff? Do you think you could spot the lie? If so, it's time to see how much you can tell facts from fiction!

 Feb 09, 2019

1 of 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

2 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

3 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

4 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

5 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

6 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

7 of 25Choose the Lie!

These never stops growing:
Our feet
Our ears
Our noses

8 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

9 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

10 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

11 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

12 of 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

13 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

14 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

15 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

16 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

17 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

18 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

19 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

20 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

21 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

22 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

23 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

24 of 25Choose the Lie!

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

25 of 25Choose the Lie!

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