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The LoJack Recovery system is used to locate what?
Stolen cars
In the 1981 Stephen King novel Cujo, what is Cujo?
Dog
What substance gives Lava brand soap its abrasive quality?
Pumice
Burt Reynolds's rocky five-year marriage to what sitcom actress ended in 1993?
Loni Anderson
Which of these devices is designed primarily to play music?
iPod
The Bay of Pigs is located on the southwestern coast of what country?
Cuba
The TV network Univision broadcasts programming in what language?
Spanish
An epidural is a type of anesthesia involving an injection into what part of the body?
Spine
An army unit that fights on horseback is called what?
Cavalry
In math, which of these keyboard symbols is often used to represent the multiplication sign?
Asterisk
On food labels the abbreviation "DV" stands for "Daily" what?
Value
In the 1960's TV series "Giget" the title character often takes part in which of these actitvies?
Surfing
A car's taillights are typically what color?
Red
The abbreviation 'rpm', often used in auto racing stands for what "per minute'?
Revolutions
In 1972, Mark Spitz won a record 7 gold medals in what sport?
Swimming
Penicillin, an antibacterial medication, is found naturally in what type of living organism?
Mold
Which of the following is a type of coniferous tree?
Pine
Rock star Ozzy Osbourne bills himself as the "Prince of" what?
Darkness
CNN's world headquarters is located in what city?
Atlanta, GA
A US dollar is approximately 2.6 inches high and how many inches long?
6
Which of these US institutions is considered part of the legislative branch?
Founded in London in 1744 Souteby’s is a famous what?
Auction House
Where on the human body would you find a layer of tissue called dermis?
Skin
The U.S. Naval Academy is located in what Maryland city?
Annapolis
Father Edward Flanagan is best known for founding a children's shelter named what?
Boys Town
Since 2,000, Jared Fogle has served as a pitchman for what fast food chain?
Subway
Which of these words is commonly used as a conjunction?
And
The McOz Burger is a popular McDonald's item sold in which of these countries?
Australia
According to a popular TV ad campaign, "Mama's got the power of" what household brand?
Clorox
What sign of the Zodiac gets its name from a Latin word meaning "water carrier"?
Aquarius
In the British navy abbreviation "HMS", the "M" stands for what?
Majesty's
"Pocket bread" is another name for which of these kinds of bread?
Pita
According to its slogan, the New York Times provides "All the News That's Fit to" what?
Print
According to a famous quotation, "fools rush in where" who "fear to tread"?
Angels
What is the main setting of Stephen King’s novel "The Shining"?
Hotel
What advertizing icon retired in 1997 shortly after the FTC brought charges against its use?
Joe Camel
In a 1974 hit song ABBA compares a romantic relationship to what famous battles?
Waterloo
On what TV game show do contestants risk money on "Daily Double" questions?
Jeopardy!
A 1970s ad campaign for what product featured the line "I can't believe I ate the whole thing"?
Alka-Seltzer
The small Styrofoam pieces used as packing material are commonly called what?
Peanuts
The Classic TV series Three’s Company is set in what U.S. State?
California
A standard deck of playing cards features how many cards of each suit?
13
The expression "Bon Chance" is French for what?
Good Luck
Famous explorer Marco Polo was from what European city?
Venice
"It's alive! It's alive!" is a famous quotation from what classic monster movie?
Frankenstein
A scythe is a tool that is designed to do which of the following?
Cut Crops
On the TV series Friends, what character has a mean twin sister named Ursula?
Phoebe
An ensign is a low level officer in which of these branches of the US military?
Navy
William Masters and Virginia Johnson are best known for their pioneering studies on what subject?
Human Sexuality
The state of Georgia was named after the king of what country?
England
Which of these kinds of clothing is most likely to feature a tartan pattern?
Kilt
In the song "Happy Birthday," the phrase "Happy Birthday" is traditionally sung how many times?
4
What 1980's movie popularized the fashion trend of wearing sweatshirts 'off the shoulder'?
Flashdance
In MGM's classic Tom and Jerry cartoons, Tom is a what?
Cat
What Aesop fable features the moral "Liars are not believed even when they tell the truth"?
The Boy Who Cried Wolf
A "blitz" is a maneuver in what sport?
Football
In a famous 1858 speech, Abraham Lincoln said, "A house divided against itself cannot" do what?
Stand
In baseball, a "base on balls" is commonly referred to as a what?
Walk
According to a long running ad campaign, "R-O-L-A-I-D-S spells" what?
Relief
In a famous line from Shakespeare, what emotion is called the "green-eyed monster'?
Jealousy
Until it adopted the Euro, Italy's official currency was what?
Lira
In 1988, actress Robin Givens began her brief marriage to what athlete?
Mike Tyson
A famous Changing of the Guards ceremony occurs in front of which of these London landmarks?
Buckingham Palace
A person has how many biological great-grandparents?
Eight
Since 2,000, what company's ads have featured the song "Zoom-Zoom-Zoom"?
Mazda
In the quarterfinals of a sports tournament, how many teams are normally still in the competition?
Eight
The 1962 movie "The Miracle Worker" is based on the life of which of these famous women?
Helen Keller
A Crayola color since 1949, periwinkle is a shade of what color?
Blue
In auto racing, what flag is waved when someone crosses the finish line?
Checkered
Manilla paper shares its name with the capital of what Asian Country?
Phillippines
What state's capital is the Mile High City?
Colorado
In Chicago's song "Saturday in the Park," what day is it?
4th of July
In a popular ad campaign, Pepsi claimed to be "The Choice of a New" what?
Generation
What kind of juice is commonly used to make a Bloody Mary?
Tomato
According to a popular song, who lives in “a land called Honah Lee”?
Puff the Magic Dragon
Named after a section of the Internal Revenue Code, 401(k) plans encourage saving for what?
Retirement
In humans the gengivae are more commonly known by what name?
Gums
Davey Jones Locker is an old fashioned term for which of the following?
Bottom of the Ocean
The TV series the Muppet Show frequently features a sketch called Pigs in what?
Space
A stein is a type of mug used to serve which of the following?
Beer
Which of the following is not a type of medical image or record?
Epigram
Introduced in 1908, Rolex is an expensive brand of what?
Watch
In 1985, what actress gave a famous Academy Award speech in which she said, "you like me!"?
Sally Field
Malaria is an infectious disease transmitted by what type of insect?
Mosquito
A periodontist is a doctor who specializes in treating which of the following?
Gum Disease
At the 2002 Winter Olympics, 16-year-old Sarah Hughes won a surprise gold medal in what sport?
Figure Skating
Matzo is a kind of unleavened bread eaten during a major holiday of what religion?
Judaism
In 1955 brothers Henry and Richard Bloch founded a now famous business that specialized in what?
Preparing tax returns
What artist created a famous series of painting titled "Campbell’s Soup Cans"?
Andy Warhol
What do the letters RC stand for in RC Cola?
Royal Crown
According to a title of a popular song from the musical 'Gypsy', "Everything is Coming Up" what?
Roses
In 1995, the Million Man March took place in what U.S. city?
Washington, D.C.
The Mel Gibson movie "The Patriot" is set during what war?
American Revolution
Which of these magazines shares its name with a popular type of coctkail?
Cosmopolitan
During the 2,000 election, what U.S. state had 54 Electoral College votes, more than any other state?
California
After the 1957 season, the Brooklyn Dodgers made a historic move to what U.S. city?
Los Angeles
Which of these movie critics usually concludes with either a thumbs up or thumbs down?
Roger Ebert
What famous aviator’s plane Sprit of St. Louis hangs in the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum?
Charles Lindbergh
In Spanish, the word 'Senora' is usually used to address whom?
Married women
According to a popular children's song, "Mama's little baby loves" what?
Short'nin' bread
Which of these legal documents is also known as a testament?
Will
What Internet provider's users are often met with the greeting "You've got mail"?
AOL
In Mexican restaurants, which of these beans is traditionally used to make refried beans?
Pinto
The TV movie "Return to Mayberry" reunited the cast of what classic series?
The Andy Griffith Show
Which of these national parks contains large areas of swamp lands?
Everglades
The famous newspaper founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1908 is named the "Christian Science" what?
Monitor
In 1995, who founded the Reform party as an alternative to the Democratic and Republican parties?
Ross Perot
In 1924, who teamed up with Richard Simon to establish a world-famous publishing house?
Max Schuster
When referring to a common type of investment "CD" stands for "certificate of" what?
Deposit
In 2001, Juan Valdez was retired as the fictional spokesman for what country's coffee?
Colombia
General George S. Patton was nicknamed "Old Blood and" what?
Guts
Students in "ESL" classes are typically learning what subject?
English
What branch of philosophy deals primarily with the concept of beauty in nature and art?
Aesthetics
What doctor's book, "The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care" has sold over 50 million copies?
Benjamin Spock
The T in the U.S. Agency abbreviaton "FTC" stands for what?
Trade
Tourists must pay 960 rupees to visits which of these famous landmarks?
Taj Mahal
On a standard die, the opposite sides always add up to what number?
Seven
What does the M stand for in the test MCAT?
Medical
On a piano keyboard how many white keys make up an octave?
8
Holden Caulfield is the main character in what 20th century novel?
The Catcher in the Rye
In the classic TV ad for Oscar Mayer bologna a little boy signs the famous jingle while doing what?
Fishing
Beethoven’s famous Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Sharp minor is better known by what name?
Moonlight Sonata
What word is often used as a mnemonic to help kids remember the names of the Great Lakes?
HOMES
What fairy tale character is put under a spell after eating a poison apple?
Snow White
The World of Coca Cola Museum is located in what U.S. City?
Atlanta
What singer made her feature film debut as Foxy Cleopatra in "Austin Powers in Goldmember"?
Beyonce Knowles
What does the "h" stand for in the insurance abbreviation HMO?
Health
Soviet leader Joseph Stalin's surname is Russian for "man of" what?
Steel
Cheesy Bread and Cinnastix are popular side orders available at what fast food chain?
Domino’s
Which of these kinds of peas are usually eaten while still in the pod?
Snow peas
In 1990, who teamed up with Kix Brooks to become one of country music's biggest-selling duos?
Ronnie Dunn
A margarita is traditionally made with the juice of what fruit?
Lime
The term "break point" is from which of these sports?
Tennis
Founded in 1976, Habitat for Humanity is a volunteer organization best known for doing what?
Building Houses
The Garden State is the nickname of what U.S. State?
New Jersey
A blindfolded woman carrying a scale is traditionally used to represent which of these concepts?
Justice
In the classic TV ads, what was the usual answer to the question "Pardon me, but do you have any Grey Poupon?"
But of course
Sherpas are a people known for their ability to lead treks through what mountains?
Himalayas
Which of the following is not the name of a geometric figure?
Paragon
Which of these magazines is not published weekly?
Good Housekeeping
In the U.S., Veterans Day occurs on the eleventh of what month?
November
In 1988, Michael Dukakis ran for U.S. president while serving as governor of what state?
Massachusetts
Since 1846, the A.T. Cross Company has specialized in making high-end what?
Writing instruments
In real estate lingo, "half bath" usually refers to a bathroom that does not have which of the following?
Shower
What hotel chain is named after a 1952 movie starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire?
Holiday Inn
In a hit single, Prince sings about what kind of "Little Red" car?
Corvette
What is the term for the amount that remains when one number is subtracted from another?
Difference
According to its classic ads, what company's repairman is "the loneliest guy in town"?
Maytag
Which of these words is an example of onomatopoeia?
Buzz
In 1956, actress Grace Kelly married Prince Ranier III of what European principality?
Monaco
A successful attack on Fort Sumter was the opening engagement of what war?
American Civil War
In photography, what adjective is often used to describe a photo that is out of focus?
Soft
In 2002, model-turned-activist Heather Mills married what rock legend at a remote Irish castle?
Paul McCartney
NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg is the founder of a company specializing in what kind of information?
Financial data
What does the "L" stand for in the union name "AFL-CIO"?
Labor
Pop diva Annie Lennox was a founding member of what 1980s rock group?
Eurythmics
In the card game blackjack, a face card is worth how many points?
10
In a car, which of these parts is connected directly to the muffler?
Tailpipe
Before it was returned to China in 1997, Hong Kong was a colony of what?
United Kingdom
In the Bible, who loses his strength after his hair gets cut short?
Samson
A classic Chiquita banana jingle warns, "You should never put bananas" where?
In the refrigerator
The headquarters of the FBI is named after what former official?
J. Edgar Hoover
In grammar, sentences are divided into two parts, subjects and what?
Predicates
On "The Tonight Show," Johnny Carson often played a character named "Carnac the" what?
Magnificent
A patisserie specializes in selling what?
Pastries
What explorer journeyed to the Americas in search of a "fountain of youth"?
Ponce de Leon
What early European explorer is best known for the accounts of his travels in China?
Marco Polo
Since 1986, John McCain has represented what state in the U.S. Senate?
Arizona
A famous WWII battle site, Iwo Jima is an island of what country?
Japan
A popular ad campaign for Lubriderm skin care lotions features what animal?
Alligator
Which of these companies' logos features a red-haired girl with pigtails?
Wendy’s
In the play Romeo and Juliet, Juliet says "a" what "by any other name would smell as sweet"?
Rose
Which of these keys on a standard keyboard is traditionally typed using the thumb?
Space bar
Who is President George W. Bush's press secretary?
Ari Fleischer
In the Northern Hemisphere, the longest day of the year occurs during what month?
June
Which of the following fast-food restaurants is known for its square-shaped hamburger patties?
Wendy’s
In her 2002 hit single, what singer claims she's "not a girl, not yet a woman"?
Britney Spears
The name of the city Baton Rouge is a French phrase meaning what?
Red stick
Since 1934, the U.S. president has usually given the State of the Union address in what month?
January
American robins' eggs are usually what color?
Blue
In 1996, scientists successfully created the sheep clone "Dolly" in a laboratory near what city?
Edinburgh, Scotland
On June 30, 2002, the U.S. Postal Service raised the price of a First-Class stamp from 34 cents to what?
37 cents
In the classic children's game "Hungry Hungry Hippos," what do the hippos eat?
Marbles
In India, snake charmers traditionally charm what kind of snakes into dancing?
Cobras
The show business question "Will it play in Peoria?" refers to a town in what U.S. state?
Illinois
Who was the only U.S. president to serve more than two terms in office?
Franklin Roosevelt
What TV show features a regular segment called "Jay Walking"?
The Tonight Show
On the classic TV series "The Addams Family," what character is completely covered in hair?
Cousin It
In the 1969 movie "The Love Bug," what is the name of the Volkswagen Beetle?
Herbie
In the opening sequence of the TV series "The Brady Bunch," who appears in the top center square?
Carol
The name of the popular card game "Uno" means "one" in which of these languages?
Spanish
What organ in the body secretes gastric juice?
Stomach
What comic book superhero often travels in an invisible plane?
Wonder Woman
French, Spanish and Italian are all classified as what type of languages?
Romance
In what sport does each player carry a long-handled stick with a weblike pouch at the end?
Lacrosse
Knots are units traditionally used to measure the speed of what?
Ships
What '60s pop tune begins "Everybody's doin' a brand-new dance, now"?
The Loco-Motion
The auditory nerve connects the brain to what part of the body?
Ears
In a fable by Aesop, who proves that "slow and steady wins the race"?
Tortoise
The Publisher's Clearing House Sweepstakes began in 1967 as a promotion for selling what?
Magazine subscriptions
The post-WWII hostility between the U.S. and the Soviet Union is commonly known by what name?
Cold War
In an ongoing campaign by PETA, celebrities claim, "I'd rather go naked than wear" what?
Fur
Introduced in 1975, the Sony Betamax was an unsuccessful format for what electronic device?
VCR
Brothers Dennis, Carl and Brian Wilson were founding members of what pop band?
The Beach Boys
The hit theme song from the 1982 movie "Rocky III" is titled "Eye of the" what?
Tiger
In 1994, Nelson Mandela became the president of what African country?
South Africa
A car equipped with a Supplemental Restraint System is equipped with which of these features?
Air bags
What disease was once commonly known as "infantile parasylis"?
Polio
Brigitte Nielsen became a household name when she married what action star in the 1980s?
Sylvester Stallone
"Boss" Hogg was the county commissioner of what fictional TV locale?
Hazzard County
What U.S. state is known as "The Empire State"?
New York
Since 1980, what breath freshener has billed itself as "the 1 1/2 calorie breath mint"?
Tic Tac
What TV personality is known for his trademark suspenders?
Larry King
What is the financial term for property that is used to secure a loan?
Collateral
Found in the human body, glucose is a form of what substance?
Sugar
More than half the world's population lives on what continent?
Asia
Which of these bathroom products is likely to feature the ADA Seal of Acceptance?
Toothpaste
Which of these expressions is an example of an oxymoron?
Living dead
On the TV series "Seinfeld," who lives in the apartment across from Jerry's?
Kramer
From 1982 to 1989, C. Everett Koop held what position in the U.S. government?
Surgeon General
According to an old saying, "Possession is nine-tenths of the" what?
Law
By definition, a translucent object allows what to pass through it?
Light
Boston's Bull & Finch Pub was the inspiration for what popular TV sitcom's setting?
Cheers
Since it was founded in 1946, the Sony Corporation has been headquartered in what city?
Tokyo
Which of these styles of pants is most likely to leave the ankle exposed?
Capri pants
"You could learn a lot from a dummy" is a line from a TV public service campaign about what?
Car safety
In a 1996 hit single, the Monkees tell you to take the "Last Train to" where?
Clarksville
What kind of teeth are normally last to develop in the human mouth?
Molars
Flouride is often added to drinking water in order to prevent what?
Cavities
Electrolysis is a common procedure used to remove what from the body?
Hair
Legendary performer Ella Fitzgerald is nicknamed the "First lady of" what?
Song
What type of celestial body is often described as having a head and a tail?
Comet
Which of the following is a homophone of the word "right"?
Write
In the Bible, God reveals himself to Moses in the form of what?
Burning Bush
What fictional character disobeys his mother by sneaking into Mr. McGregor's garden?
Peter Rabbit
What classic fairy tale features a witch whose house is made of gingerbread?
Hansel and Gretel
What is the name of the substance that makes up the hard outer surface of a human tooth?
Enamel
Since 1960, Mr. Blackwell has compiled a famous annual list of what kind of celebrities?
Worst-dressed
Which of the following is often advertised as having a low APR?
Credit Card
In ads for a collect call service, Alyssa Milano and Mr. T urge us to "save a" what?
Buck or Two
What does the "R" stand for in the military acronym "ROTC"?
Reserve
According to a popular saying, what object is "mightier than the sword"?
The Pen
Signed in 1955, the Warsaw Pact was named for the capital of what European nation?
Poland
A shank is a cut of meat taken from what part of an animal?
Leg
A popular European fashion label is named "United Colors of" what?
Benetton
What TV chef often encourages his viewers to "kick it up a notch"?
Emeril Lagasse
What was the nickname of silent film star Roscoe Arbuckle?
Fatty
A university's classics department usually teaches which of these languages?
Greek
The ruble is the basic currency unit of which of these countries?
Russia
The famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng were born in 1811 in what Asian Kingdom?
Siam
In movies, Winnie-the-Pooh is usually depicted wearing what?
Red Shirt
What laundry detergent's classic ads warned housewives about ring around the collar?
Wisk
On a box of Cracker Jacks, what kind of uniform does Jack wear?
Sailor
What does the "S" stand for in the federal agency abbreviated "SEC"?
Securities
Bourbon and Scotch are types of what alcoholic beverage?
Whiskey
On what reality show do contestants participate in reward and immunity challenges?
Survivor
Ground Round comes from a cut of what kind of meat?
Beef
Which of the following is also known as a semi?
Tractor-trailer
Which of these men is a pontiff?
Pope John Paul II
A notary public often verifies that you have done which of the following?
Signed a Document
In boxing, a knockout occurs when a boxer remains "down" for how many counts?
10
In response to a 1973 EPA order, what substance was phased out of most kinds of gasoline in the U.S.?
Iron
The saying "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil" is typically represented by what animals?
Monkeys
In a famous line from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Hamlet says "Frailty, thy name is" what?
Woman
The North Rim and the South Rim are the two main sections of what US National Park?
Grand Canyon
In the chorus of a 1987 Aerosmith song, Steven Tyler sings "Dude looks like a" what?
Lady
What was the subject of the 1982 TV miniseries "The Blue and the Gray"?
U.S. Civil War
In written Morse code, letters are represented by combinations of what?
Dots and dashes
The Wright brothers' historic first flight took place in 1903 outside what North Carolina town?
Kitty Hawk
In the game blackjack, players are initially dealt how many cards?
Two
What TV sitcom has a theme song that features the line "Goodbye Gray Skies, Hello Blue"?
Happy Days
Rocky Mountain National Park is located in what US state?
Colorado
What shape is the base of the Great Pyramid at Giza?
Square
Hunter is a common shade of what color?
Green
Which of these birds is classified as a bird of prey?
Condor
An atomizer would most likely be used to perform which of these tasks?
Spray perfume
Bastille Day is a national holiday of what country?
France
The Pythagorean theorem is commonly expressed as "a squared plus b squared equals" what?
c squared
In a popular 1960s folk song, who is asked to "row the boat ashore"?
Michael
The Birkenstock Company is best known for making what type of footwear?
Sandals
What name is also a shoe style popular with young girls?
Mary Jane
For many years, what airline's ads invited passengers to "Fly the Friendly Skies"?
United
What parts of speech often end with the letters "ly"?
Adverbs
The 1991 movie 'Hook' tells the story of what fictional character as an adult?
Peter Pan
Crisco is a popular brand of what cooking ingredient?
Vegetable Shortening
A quartz watch uses which of the following to keep time?
Crystal
Shaquille O'Neal is the star center of what NBA team?
L.A. Lakers
In the 2002 Olympics, what country's pairs figure skaters won a gold medal along with the Russians?
Canada
According to a Benjamin Franklin quotation, nothing is certain except what and taxes?
Death
What does the first C stand for in the federal agency abbreviation "FCC"?
Communications
What baseball team's homefield is named after a famous chewing gum entrepreneur?
Chicago Cubs
An Italian turnover of pizza dough filled with meat, vegetables, or cheese is called a what?
Calzone
In 1664, the Dutch city New Amsterdam was renamed what?
New York
In 1997, what director married Soon-Yi Previn, the adopted daughter of his former girlfriend?
Woody Allen
"Texas Tea" is a nickname for what natural substance?
Oil
In 1993, First Lady Hillary Clinton was appointed to chair a task force addressing what national issue?
National health care
A popular 2002 romantic comedy is titled "My Big Fat" what?
Greek Wedding
What does the "E" stand for in the government agency abbreviation "SEC"?
Exchange
Horsepower is a unit commonly used to measure the power of which of the following?
Car engines
A hexagon is a geometric figure with how many sides?
6
According to the nursery rhyme "Hickory Dickory Dock", what "ran up the clock"?
Mouse
Which of these devices is a kind of chronometer?
Stopwatch
A pyromaniac is a person who has an irrestible urge to do what?
Set fires
In the classic story "A Christmas Carol," Ebenezer Scrooge favors what expression?
Bah, humbug
According to legend, what hero wielded a sword named Excalibur?
King Arthur
Which of these documents is also called a curriculum vitae?
Resume
According to the opening of TV's "The Flintstones", what is operated "courtesy of Fred's two feet"?
Car
According to a famous song from the musical "Cabaret", what "is a cabaret"?
Life
The abbreviation "DIY" stands for "do it" what?
Yourself
Minoxidil is the chemical name for which of these drug brands?
Rogaine
Stand-up comedian Henny Youngman's famous one-liner was "Take my" what, "please"?
Wife
A gazelle is a type of what animal?
Antelope
A famous pop duo was born when John Oates and what singer joined forces in 1972?
Daryl Hall
"We're the young generation, and we've got something to say" is from what TV series' theme song?
The Monkees
An e-mail address normally includes which of these punctuation marks?
"At" sign
The woolly bear is a type of which of the following?
Caterpillar
In the classic comic books, Superman's cape is primarily what color?
Red
What number is also used as a verb meaning "to throw out or discard"?
Eighty-six
Founded in 1921, Land O'Lakes is a popular brand of which of the following?
Butter
Often found in the tropics, a gecko is a type of what?
Lizard
A crimping iron is usually used to do what?
Make hair wavy
What kind of animals are known collectively as "fowl"?
Birds
The area of a library where most of the books are shelved is known as the what?
Stacks
How many stripes are on the US flag?
13
What casino game is also known as "twenty-one"?
Blackjack
In the classic children's book "My Friend Flicka", what type of animal is Flicka?
Horse
The six-pointed Star of David is a symbol of what religion?
Judaism
According to a 1964 Bob Dylan song, "The Times They Are" what?
A-Changin'
Bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno is best known for playing what hero on TV?
The Incredible Hulk
A popular vacation spot, Cancún is located on the southeastern shores of what country?
Mexico
In a beehive, the main role of the queen is to do what?
Lay eggs
Which of the following is the name of a popular yo-yo trick in which the yo-yo is rolled along the ground?
Walking the dog
What light beer's long-running ad campaign popularized the phrase "tastes great, less filling"?
Miller Light
In hockey, what term is used to refer to three goals scored by one player in the same game?
Hat trick
By definition, which of these reference books is published every year?
Almanac
Packets of Equal, a popular sweetener, are traditionally what color?
Blue
On the TV series "Sesame Street," what color is Grover's fur?
Blue
Seven-card stud is a popular variety of what card game?
Poker
Which of these animal names is also a term often used to refer to a spy?
Mole
The game Jenga is played using what kind of game pieces?
Wooden blocks
What former National Football League player was nicknamed "Broadway Joe"?
Joe Namath
According to their slogan, Altoids mints are "curiously" what?
Strong
Comic actor Jim Varney made a career portraying a homespun Southerner named what?
Ernest
The world-famous Enrico Caruso was what kind of performer?
Opera singer
What famous fictional character was created by author Bram Stoker?
Dracula
In May 2002, what TV network aired a three-hour special marking its 75th anniversary?
NBC
A black-eyed Susan is a common type of what?
Wildflower
The director of the US Office of National Drug Control Policy is better known by what nickname?
Drug Czar
According to the title of the classic book by Betty Smith, "A Tree Grows" where?
In Brooklyn
In the US, Election Day usually takes place on what day of the week?
Tuesday
The question "Were you born in a barn?" is most frequently asked of someone who has done what?
Left the door open
What kind of animal is said to be unable to "change its spots"?
Leopard
In the human body, the colon is a part of what organ?
Large intestine
A popular holiday song features the line "All I want for Christmas is my two" what?
Front teeth
According to its name, IBM specializes in what kind of "machines"?
Business
What American ethnic group traditionally celebrates its heritage on Columbus Day?
Italian-Americans
Known for its casinos, Atlantic City is a major tourist town of what US state?
New Jersey
"Keep it on the down low" is a slang phrase used to tell you to do what?
Keep something secret
According to an Aesop fable, what "is the mother of invention"?
Necessity
What bird shares its name with the title of a high-ranking Roman Catholic official?
Cardinal
In the "Peanuts" comic strip, Sally has crush on what character?
Linus
A small, lightweight plane used to make short flights is commonly called a what?
Puddle-jumper
In a 1775 speech, patriot Patrick Henry famously declared, "Give me liberty or give me" what?
Death
In the 1955 animated movie "Lady and the Tramp", what kind of animals are Lady and Tramp?
Dogs
American settler Stephen F. Austin is known as "The Father of" what state?
Texas
"Hoofer" is a slang word for a person who does what?
Dances
In a classic fairy tale, a princess has a hard time sleeping when what is placed under her mattress?
Pea
According to the well known saying "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99%" what?
Perspiration
Ted Turner's 9 year marriage to what actress ended in divorce in 2001?
Jane Fonda
In the movie the Wizard of Oz, who asked the Wizard for a Brain?
Scarecrow
Double Stuffs are a variety of what?
Oreos
In the book "Treasure Island," Long John Silver has a pet what?
Parrot
A person suffering from astigmatism would most likely wear which of the following?
Eyeglasses
What would be considered a liquid asset?
Cash
What establishments often inform customers that they are FDIC insured?
Banks
Marion Barry was the mayor of what U.S. city when he grabbed headlines in 1990?
Washington, D.C.
In 1901, Annie Edson Taylor became the first person to go over Niagra Falls in a what?
Wooden Barrel
Used to make a famous sauce, a tabasco is a type of what?
Pepper
Which of these magazines cater primarily to men?
Details
Providence Plantation is part of the official name of what Northeastern state?
Rhode Island
A person suffering from Angina Pectorus pain suffers pain in what area?
Chest
Comic Strip Character Billy Batson changes into Captain Marvel by saying what phrase?
Shazam
The 1976 movie "The Bad News Bears" features a ragtag team of kids playing what sport?
Baseball
"Auf Wiedersehen" means "good-bye" in what language?
German
Once used to make motion picture film, what material's name is a synonym for "the movies"?
Celluloid
A Stein is a kind of what?
Mug
The famous Kenedy family "compound" is located in what New England town?
Hyannisport, MA
In 1984 Reagan declared this as "National Ice Cream Month"
July
In 1985, who sued to keep Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative from being called Star Wars in ads?
George Lucas
"Twin Cities" is the nickname for two major cities of what US state?
Minnesota
A haiku is a traditional form of poetry native to what country?
Japan
In a popular children's book series, what is the name of the "big red dog" belonging to Emily Elizabeth?
Clifford
Which of these animals has a snout that is often said to resemble a duck's bill?
Platypus
"Straphanger" is a common nickname for which of the following?
Bus Passenger
"On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair" are the opening lines to what classic rock song?
Hotel California
In the comic strip, "Garfield," Garfield's dim-witted friend Odie is what type of animal?
Dog
According to a classic nursery rhyme, little boys are made of "frogs and snails and" what?
Puppy dog tails
According to a 1954 Frank Sinatra hit, "fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you, if you're" what?
Young at heart
Milhous is the middle name of what U.S. President?
Richard Nixon
What holiday often features a traditional dance in which ribbons are woven around a tall pole?
May Day
What sport's uniform is the origin of a popular style of pullover shirt featuring long sleeves and a white collar?
Rugby
In the classic children's rhyme, what bug is urged to "fly away home"?
Ladybug
A person who is cautious because of a bad experience is sdai to be "once bitten, twice" what?
Shy
In the job title COO, the first O usually stands for what?
Operating
Bruce Springsteen's backup band is named for a small-town street in what U.S. state?
New Jersey
What month's name comes from a Latin word meaning "eighth month"?
October
A popular oyster dish, known for its richness, is named after what American tycoon?
John Rockefeller
What company introduced its popular iMac computer in 1998?
Apple
Traditionally, Maj-jongg is played using what kind of game pieces?
Tiles
"Was blind, but now I see" is a line form what traditional song?
Amazing Grace
Dijon mustard takes its name forma city in what European country?
France
What part of the human body is commonly described as being "opposable"?
Thumb
A standard computer keyboard contains two of which of these keys?
Shift
What classic fictional character falls asleep in the Catskill mountains for twenty years?
Rip Van Winkle
Introduced in 1906, the Victrola was an early brand of what household device?
Phonograph
A calligrapher would most likely use which of the following while on a job?
Pen
According to an old saying, what are "the devil's workshop" ?
Idle hands
In 1984, who became the first woman to run for US Vice President on a major party ticket?
Geraldine Ferraro
The introductory statement of the US Constitution is usually referred to as its what?
Preamble
A 1973 Billy Joel song features the line "Sing us a song, you're the" what?
Piano man
What popular TV series features a group of students known as the "Sweathogs"?
Welcome Back, Kotter
First produced in 1960, the classic Etch A Sketch features what color frame?
Red
The NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals are named after a type of what animal?
Tiger
Bud and Lou are the first name of what classic comedy duo?
Abbot and Costello
What is Bill Clinton’s middle name?
Jefferson
From 1966 to 1977 and 1980 to 1984, Indira Gandhi was the prime minister of what country?
India
Which of these parts of the human body has no known function?
Appendix
A beverage's proof is a measure of its what?
Alcohol content
In the 2,000 Presidential Campaign George W. Bush billed himself as a compassionate what?
Conservative
Which of these former world leaders is known for the distinctive purplish birthmark on his head?
Mikhail Gorbachev
In the 1500s which country was ruled by the Royal House of Tudor?
England
What sports term is also an adjective often used to describe a type of movie comedy?
Screwball
The mandible is a bone located in what part of the body?
Jaw
Vienna sausages share their name with the capital of what European country?
Austria
Richard Nixon's campaign tactics during a 1950 Senate election earned him what famous nickname?
Tricky Dick
Known for its meatlike flesh, a shitake is a type of what?
Mushroom
Native to Australia, the emu is what type of animal?
Bird
A famous Robert Frost poem ends with the line "And miles to go before I" what?
Sleep
The bronchial tubes feed into what organ in the human body?
Lungs
A popular Broadway musical tells the tale of Joseph and his "Amazing Technicolor" what?
Dreamcoat
In the "Winnie the Pooh" stories, what character is best known for being sad and gloomy?
Eeyore
What does the F stand for in John F Kennedy's name?
Fitzgerald
Sunglasses with UV protection are designed to block out what kind of light?
Ultraviolet
In the 1990s, what TV series inspired a popular haircut known as the "Rachel"?
Friends
According to the title of a classic song by The Supremes, "You Can't Hurry" what?
Love
Scandinavia is a northern region of what continent?
Europe
Comic book character Little Orphan Annie is known for exclaiming "Leapin" what?
Lizards
In a 1973 hit single, Elton John sings "goodbye" to what?
Yellow Brick Road
"Schlemiel, schlamazel, hassenpfeffer, incorporated" is a line from what TV series theme song?
Laverne & Shirley
What does the 'B' stand for in the college degree abbreviation BA?
Bachelor
What kind of amusement park ride is most likely to feature a "loop-the-loop"?
Roller coaster
In casino lingo, a slot machine is also known as a "one-armed" what?
Bandit
Andy Warhol famously remarked that "everybody will be world famous for" how long?
Fifteen minutes
What TV talk show host often mentions on-air her longtime boyfriend, Stedham Graham?
Oprah Winfrey
Which of these animals typically does not have a tail?
Guinea Pig
A bear claw is a type of what?
Pastry
A botanist studies what?
Plants
In 1995, boxer George Foreman introduced a popular countertop version of what appliance?
Grill
In blackjack, which card can be worth one or eleven?
Ace
What melted the Wicked Witch of the West?
Water
Made by DuPont, Stainmaster is a popular line of what?
Carpets
Which of these animals has a gizzard?
Turkey
In a famous 1588 battle, British naval forces defeated an armada of ships from what country?
Spain
The 1977 movie “Saturday Night Fever” prominently features what type of dancing?
Disco
In a popular 1985 single the band Starship sings "We built this city on" what?
Rock and Roll
Thesaurus is a reference book typically used to look up which of the following?
Synonyms
Popular on the east coast a hoagie is a type of what?
Sandwich
According to an old expression, a person who is dancing is "tripping the light" what?
Fantastic
The site of Bill Clinton's official presidential library is in what city?
Little Rock
Which of these birds has a large beak with a pouch of skin that it uses to catch its prey?
Pelican
A 1986 Bangles song encourages us to do what "like an Egyptian"?
Walk
Commonly used in medieval times, a chalice is a type of what?
Drinking cup
In England, which of the following is commonly referred to as a "lift"?
Elevator
A splint is often used to treat which of these medical ailments?
Broken bone
In the kids' game Mother May I, players typically try to get permission to do what?
Take steps
Classic cartoon character Elmer Fund often asks us to "be vewy vewy" what?
Quiet
From 1985 to 1994 singer Billy Joel was married to what supermodel?
Christie Brinkley
William Shakespeare is often known as "The Bard of" what?
Avon
A person normally writes a "Dear John" letter to do which of the following?
End a relationship
Author of over 300 books, Isaac Asimov is famous for writing in what genre of fiction?
Science fiction
Basketball great Larry Bird played his entire professional career on what team?
Boston Celtics
In humans, the olfactory nerves connect the brain to which of these body parts?
Nose
In the standard U.S. version of Monopoly, players get 200 when they pass the square marked what?
Go
Which of the following is frequently protected by a transparent covering called a sneeze guard?
Salad Bar
The children’s toy known as jack in the box traditionally plays what tune?
Pop Goes the weasel
The 1982 song "Ebony and Ivory" refers to parts of what musical instrument?
Piano
In 1989, Gary Condit was elected as a Congressman from what U.S. state?
California
According to a popular children's song, "the wheels on the bus" do what?
Go round and round
Named after a French town, Chablis is a well-known type of what?
Wine
The Gateway Arch is a major landmark of what midwestern city?
St. Louis
In the US, a sophomore is typically in what grade?
10th
The cable tv network C-SPAN is most likely to broadcast which of the following?
Congressional Hearings
What does the G stand for in the economic term GNP?
Gross
Toblerone, known for its distinctive triangular packaging, is a popular brand of what?
Chocolate bar
Bono, rock star and political activist, is the lead singer of what group?
U2
The carat is a unit commonly used to measure the weight of what?
Gemstones
Which of these utensils has tines?
Fork
The logo for Buster Brown shoes features Buster and his pet what?
Dog
The mayflower is the official flower of what U.S. state?
Massachusetts
In Spanish, the word "macho" means what?
Male
A whistle that is inaudible to the human ear is often used to call what kind of domesticated animal?
Dog
A speed bag is typically used for training in what sport?
Boxing
In her 1980 hit single Pat Benatar sings "Hit me with your" what?
Best Shot
Lewis & Clark began their famous trek in 1804 as a commission to explore what addition to the U.S.?
Oregon Territory
What Madonna hit single begins with the spoken question "Come on girls, do you believe in love?"
Express Yourself
The Last Frontier is the nickname of what U.S. state?
Alaska
Los Alamos National Laboratory was founded in 1943 in a remote region of what U.S. state?
New Mexico
Clarinex is a prescription medication designed to relieve what?
Allergy symptoms
Lake Victoria is the largest lake on what continent?
Africa
Commonly used to refer to soldiers, the military abbreviation “G.I.” stands for “government” what?
Issue
Perrier bottled water comes from natural springs located in what European Country?
France
According to the title of a song by the Police "Every Little Thing She Does is" what?
Magic
Known for his unconventional hair Don King is a famous promoter for what sport?
Boxing
In which of these countries do people frequently take an afternoon nap called a 'siesta'?
Spain
In the human body, the diaphragm plays a key role in helping you do which of the following?
Breathe
In the 2,000 movie "Cast Away," what object does Tom Hanks' character befriend and name Wilson?
Volleyball
In 1997 Elton John recorded a new version of what song as a tribute to Princess Diana?
Candle in the Wind
Narcolepsy is a medical condition that causes you suddenly to do what?
Fall asleep
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is located in what U.S. city?
Nashville
Which of Santa's reindeer is mentioned first in the song "Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer?"
Dasher
What state's capital is named after President Abraham Lincoln?
Nebraska
In a 1972 hit single, Carly Simon complains "You're So" what?
Vain
In its U.S. version, which of these board games requires you to collect six wedge-shaped pieces to win?
Trivial Pursuit
Children usually experience discomfort known as "growing pains" in what part of the body?
Legs
Hospital "candy stripers" were named for their uniforms, which featured what color stripes?
Red and white
The musical "West Side story" is set on the west side of what U.S. city?
New York City
In a beehive, a honeycomb is composed of what substance?
Wax
Which of these professionals is most likely to write in shorthand?
Stenographer
What is the name of the lunar phase in which the moon appears to be getting larger?
Waxing
Stalactites would most likely be found where?
Cavern
An annual feature on NBC's "Today" show asks the question "Where in the World is" who?
Matt Lauer
Which of these beverages is also known as seltzer?
Club soda
A common type of highway interchange is named after the similarly-shaped leaf of what herb?
Clover
Which of these TV personalities regularly offers an on-air "happy birthday" to centenarians?
Willard Scott
Inmate Robert Franklin Stroud was better known as the "Birdman" of what famous prison?
Alcatraz
Fuchsia is closest to which of these colors?
Purplish-red
"Explorer" is an award-winning series of TV documentaries produced by what magazine?
National Geographic
What kind of race is the subject of the song "Camptown Races"?
Horse race
Debbi Fields's career as an entrepeneur began in 1977 when she opened a store selling what?
Cookies
Dale Carnegie's classic self-help book is titled "How to Win Friends and" what?
Influence People
In 1998, a stopwatch was placed in the Smithsonian to commemorate what popular TV program?
60 Minutes
In pro football, a "warning" is issued at the end of each half when there is how much time remaining?
Two minutes
Which of these dance names is also a word meaning "easy task"?
Cakewalk
A classic Smith-Barney TV ad about making money "the old-fashioned way" ends with what line?
They earn it
What actress posed naked and pregnant for the August 1991 issue of Vanity Fair?
Demi Moore
The "T" in the federal agency named "DOT" stands for which of the following?
Transportation
On the TV series "Cheers," what is Cliff Clavin's profession?
Mailman
What U.S. state's license plates usually feature an emblem of a peach?
Georgia
A mechanic who is removing lug nuts is working on what part of an automobile?
Wheels
By definition, a sallow complexion is tinged with what color?
Yellow
The American Revolution began with battles in what two Massachusetts towns?
Lexington and Concord
New Balance is a leading maker of what?
Athletic shoes
What fairy tale character pricks her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel?
Sleeping Beauty
In her 1991 hit song, Bonnie Raitt repeatedly suggests, "Let's give them" what?
Something to talk about
In a popular ad campaign, a Verizon Wireless employee endlessly repeats what question into his cell phone?
Can you hear me now?
In 1996, what rock band resumed wearing its trademark black-and-white makeup?
Kiss
What business's name is a term for a small, economically dependent country?
Banana Republic
In 1884, brothers Al, Otto, Charles, John and Alf Ringling founded a famous what in Baraboo, WI?
Circus
What movie character quotes his mother as saying, "Stupid is as stupid does"?
Forrest Gump
The Texas city Corpus Christi gets its name from a Latin phrase meaning "the" what "of Christ"?
Body
"Unterseeboot" is the German word for what kind of vessel?
Submarine
What does the "P" stand for in the international organization name "OPEC"?
Petroleum
What fictional character is also known as Lord Greystone?
Tarzan
Joanie Cunningham first loved Chachi on what TV sitcom?
Happy Days
In 1992, presidential candidate Bill Clinton made headlines playing what instrument on "The Arsenio Hall Show"?
Saxophone
In the classic "Popeye" cartoons, Wimpy is obsessed with what food?
Hamburgers
Clyde Cessna was the founder of a company that specializes in building what kind of vehicles?
Airplanes
Limburger is a strong-smelling type of what?
Cheese
In May 2002, Coca-Cola introduced a cola beverage featuring what flavor?
Vanilla
Which of these musical instruments has small hammers inside of it?
Piano
In what Broadway musical does a chorus of teens sing, "Tell me more, tell me more, did you get very far"?
Grease
What weather condition is also described as "pea soup"?
Thick fog
How many lines are there in a standard knock-knock joke?
5
Varicose veins are most common in what part of the human body?
Legs
An Australian opera singer is the namesake for a crispy snack food known as "Melba" what?
Toast
According to a famous blessing from the Bible, who "shall inherit the earth"?
The meek
Which of these parts of an animal is most likely to be preserved in a fossil?
Bone
Which of these materials is the best conductor of electricity?
Metal
Niagara Falls lies on the border between Canada and what U.S. state?
New York
Movies are sometimes shown on TV in a rectangular "wide-screen" format known as what?
Letterbox
The owner of California's Hidden Valley Ranch created the recipe for a popular brand of what?
Salad dressing
In the 1840s, what crop's failure in Ireland led to famine and the emigration of over 1 million people?
Potato
In the animal kingdom, human beings belong to what order?
Primates
In the Warner Bros. cartoons, Wile E. Coyote spends most of his time chasing after whom?
Road Runner
The expression "seven year itch" describes restlessness that occurs after seven years of what?
Marriage
In the U.S., shortcake is traditionally served with what fruit on top?
Strawberry
Introduced in 1937, Ray-Ban is a leading brand of what?
Sunglasses
In the 1960s, the Beatles popularized a hairstyle known as the what?
Mop top
Pistachios are commonly available with their shells dyed with color?
Red
Bill Clinton is quoted as saying, "I feel your what"?
Pain
By definition, a polygamist is a person with more than one what?
Spouse
Which of these animals can change the color of its skin, depending on its mood and environment?
Octopus
How many decades are in a century?
10
An admiral is a commissioned officer in which of these branches of the U.S. military?
Navy
What does the "B" stand for in the name of the B-52 military aircraft?
Bomber
Citronella oil is commonly used for which of these purposes?
Repelling insects
Cape Cod is a popular vacation spot in what New England state?
Massachusetts
The food brand Uncle Ben's was named for a Texas farmer who specialized in growing what?
Rice
What country's famous Cohiba cigars were originally available only as diplomatic gifts?
Cuba
In 1972, what U.S. state adopted dog mushing as its official sport?
Alaska
Under the 1993 "Motor Voter Act," Americans often register to vote while applying for which of the following?
Driver’s license
The island of Key West lies off the coast of what U.S. state?
Florida
A stick shift is a standard piece of equipment in a car with what feature?
Manual transmission
From 1953 to 1961, John F. Kennedy served as a U.S. Senator from what state?
Massachusetts
In baseball, which of these players wears a protective mask?
Catcher
Founded in Hawaii in 1851, the Dole Food Company began as a grower of what?
Pineapple
A rabbi is a spiritual leader in what religion?
Juadaism
In the 1773 protest known as "The Boston Tea Party," what did the colonists do with the tea?
Dump it into the harbor
According to its label, Murphy Oil Soap "Safely Cleans" what surface?
Wood
Headgear is a device often worn by teenagers to help do what?
Straighten teeth
Nicorette is a chewing gum designed to help consumers kick what habit?
Smoking cigarettes
Which of the following are most likely to be used to make marmalade?
Oranges
A London broil is traditionally made with what kind of meat?
Beef
Which of the following is a fossil fuel?
Coal
During the 1988 presidential campaign, what was George Bush promising when he said, "Read my lips"?
No new taxes
On the television series, "The Muppet Show" what muppet is the object of Miss Piggy's affection?
Kermit
In the 1800's, avid vegetarian Slyvester Graham introduced a popular type of what food?
Cracker
Since the late 1940’s, what household brand has been sold primarily through house parties?
Tupperware
Nimbus, cirrus, and cumulus are all types of what?
Clouds
Which of these parts of an oak tree contains most of the chlorophyll?
Leaf
By definition, an aquaduct is used to transport what into cities?
Water
On July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong famously said "The eagle has" what?
Landed
Since 1914, packages of Morton Salt have featured the slogan "when it rains, it" what"?
Pours
Michael Jackson's trademark accessory in the 1980's was a single glove of what color?
White
In mathematics, what are classified as acute, obtuse, or right?
Angles
By definition, a lacto-ovo vegetarian can eat which of the following?
Milk and Eggs
What animated movie features the fun loving villianess Cruella De Ville?
101 Dalmations
Duckpins and candlepins are varieties of what sport?
Bowling
In soccer, what position is also called the "keeper"?
Goalie
The cartoon trio Alvin, Simon, and Theodore are better known by what name?
The Chipmunks
What does the "W" stand for in the name of the well known non-profit organization NOW?
Women
Ancient Egypt was ruled by kings with what title?
Pharaoh
Which of these animals usually swallows its food whole, without chewing?
Snake
The prefix “osteo-“ refers to what part of the human body?
Bone
Someone who does not testify in court for fear of self incrimination is said to "plead the" what?
Fifth
In the "Star Wars" movies, Luke Skywalker finds out that his father is who?
Darth Vader
What household appliance is most likely to have a pilot light?
Gas Stove
Movie hero Indiana Jones often uses what trademark weapon to get out of tight spots?
Whip
Seasonal allergic rhinitis is a medical condition more commonly known as what?
Hay Fever
A man with a "Napoleon Complex" tries to compensate for the fact that he is what?
Short
Which of these rock-and-roll legends was nicknamed "The King"?
Elvis Presley
What southern city is home to Elvis Presley's Graceland?
Memphis
Invented in the 1800's, the Edison Mimeograph was used to do what?
Copy Documents
After "New Coke" failed in 1985, the old Coca Cola formula was reintroduced as "Coca Cola" what?
Classic
A slap shot is a type of shot made in what sport?
Hockey
The classic Chinese ying-yang symbol is traditionally composed of what two colors?
Black & White
In the nursery rhyme "Sing a song of sixpence", what type of birds are baked in a pie?
Blackbird
In the popular abbreviation FAQ, the letter "F" stands for what?
Frequently
Maraschino is a liqueur traditionally uses to flavor which of the following?
Cherries
An adjective is a part of speech that typically modifies a what?
Noun
Which of these devices is often available with an "oscillate" feature?
Electric Fan
In the late 1800s, brothers Charles and George Parker founded a company best known for making what?
Board games
"Arrivederci" means goodbye in what language?
Italian
The pirate ship flag featuring the skull and crossbones is known as the Jolly what?
Roger
A mortarboard is traditionally worn at what kind of ceremony?
Graduation
The title of a 1941 children's book tells us to "Make Way For" what animals?
Ducklings
On the TV series "Mork and Mindy," Mork greets with what trademark phrase?
Nanu nanu
In the U.S., Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of what month?
June
The outspoken Ed Koch is a former three-term mayor of what city?
New York City
Which of these fabrics is best known for its crinkly texture?
Seersucker
William Barnes and G. Clifford Noble teamed up in 1917 to open up their first what?
Bookstore
What mineral was often used to insulate and fireproof walls before it was declared harmful by the EPA?
Asbestos
A car's gas mileage is usually given for what two conditions?
City and highway
In a popular 1970s song, Jim Croce wishes he could save time in a what?
Bottle
In a classic nursery rhyme, Little Boy Blue is told to play what instrument?
Horn
The chorus of a 1978 disco hit features the line "I love the nightlife, I got to" what?
Boogie
On the ancient Roman calendar, March 15 was known as "the" what "of March"?
Ides
The Academy Award-winning song "Talk to the Animals" is from what popular 1960s movie?
Doctor Dolittle
The movie "Deliverance" features a famous bluegrass song titled "Dueling" what?
Banjos
Benji, the hero of a popular movie series for kids, is what kind of animal?
Dog
When running for U.S. President, who said, "I didn't like it and didn't inhale and never tried it again"?
Bill Clinton
The poinsettia is a flower traditionally associated with what holiday?
Christmas
People are told to keep their hands at "ten and two o'clock" while doing what?
Driving a car
What gas do people inhale to make their voices high and squeaky?
Helium
Which of these countries has a well-known highway system known as the "autobahn"?
Germany
Origami is the Japanese art of creating decorative figures using what?
Paper
The Smilodon was a prehistoric cat better known as the saber-toothed what?
Tiger
A tornado is usually accompanied by a cloud shaped like a what?
Funnel
"Onesies" and "twosies" are the beginning rounds of which of these children's games?
Jacks
In the title of a 1978 song, Neil Diamond says he'd prefer to be "Forever in" what?
Blue Jeans
In karate, what color belt usually signifies the highest rank?
Black
A popular kids' version of the song "On Top of Old Smokey" starts with the line "On Top of" what?
Spaghetti
"Salix babylonica" is the scientific name for a tree better known as the "weeping" what?
Willow
Which of these minerals is most important in helping form strong bones and teeth?
Calcium
Carnegie Hall is a famous concert hall in what US City?
New York
By definition, an ambidextrous person can use what two body parts equally well?
Hands
On the TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes", who often asks "What'chu talkin' 'bout, Willis"?
Arnold Jackson
In the TV industry, which of these times is considered "prime time"?
8 pm
The White House is located on what Washington, DC avenue?
Pennsylvania
Which of these fish is known for producing a vitamin-rich liver oil?
Cod
A famous folk song begins with the line "If I had a" what?
Hammer
In the U.S. what decade is often described as "roaring"?
1920s
A CPA is a certified public what?
Accountant
In a classic song, Frank Sinatra asks what to "be a lady tonight"?
Luck
Hay fever is an allergic reaction caused by exposure to which of the following?
Pollen
Which of the following is not a US Federal holiday?
St. Patrick's Day
The hat dance is a popular folk dance of what country?
Mexico
In 1851, inventor Isaac Singer introduced a widely successful model of what household appliance?
Sewing machine
In the military, barracks are buildings that are typically used to do what?
Lodge soldiers
The kimono, a traditional Japanese garment, is a kind of what?
Robe
In the postal abbreviation COD, the "C" stands for which of the following?
Cash
Used by the police to immobilize vehicles, a Denver boot locks onto what part of a car?
Wheel
What color is formed by combining red and blue?
Purple
Daffodil flowers are typically which of these colors?
Yellow
A Rolodex is normally used to store which of the following?
Telephone numbers
What bodily injury is also known as a "shiner"?
Black eye
A sundial performs the same function as which of these household devices?
Clock
What adjective is often used to describe an illegal copy of a compact disc or DVD?
Bootleg
According to legend, King Midas had the power to turn everything he touched into what?
Gold
What TV series features a character who often says, "Live long and prosper"?
Star Trek
In which of these NCAA sports do teams compete to become part of the "Final Four"?
Basketball
In 1972, what shoe company introduced its famous "swoosh" logo?
Nike
When referring to a college courtyard, the word "quad" is short for what?
Quadrangle
In the "Star Wars" series of movies, Yoda is a creature with what color skin?
Green
The forefinger is also known as the what?
Index finger
In 1998, the FDA approved the drug Viagra as a treatment for what?
Impotence
Introduced in 1925, Nestle Goobers are chocolate-covered what?
Peanuts
What US city is home to the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir?
Salt Lake City
Cookies 'n cream ice cream typically features what kind of cookies?
Chocolate
In 1985, USA for Africa recorded a star-studded benefit song titled "We Are the" what?
World
In humans, which of these organs is divided into areas called lobes?
Brain
Lake Tahoe is a resort area that lies on the border of California and what state?
Nevada
In a classic kids' book, what kind of vehicle repeatedly tells itself, "I think I can! I think I can!"?
Train engine
According to the first line of the song "Oh, Pretty Woman", what is the "woman" doing?
Walking down the street
Office workers often use what nickname to refer to Wednesday?
Hump Day
What Christmas carol features the line "Fa la la la la, la la la la"?
Deck the Halls
A classic Meineke ad campaign featured customers saying, "I'm not gonna pay a lot for this" what?
Muffler
Which of these utensils is commonly used to stir-fry food?
Wok
Established over 300 years ago, Lloyd's is a famous insurance provider headquartered in what city?
London
In a hit 1956 song, Chuck Berry urges classic composer Ludwig von Beethoven to do what?
Roll over
"Chopsticks" is a simple musical composition typically played on what instrument?
Piano
What well-known fictional character has small creatures named Oompa Loompas working for him?
Willy Wonka
"Omega" is the last letter of what alphabet?
Greek
Actor Will Smith is also a Grammy-winning rap star who was once known by what nickname?
The Fresh Prince
According to a popular expression, an unlikely event will happen "when pigs" do what?
Fly
In the 1883 novel Treasure Island, an old seaman sings "Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of" what?
Rum
Clydesdales are a well-known breed of what animal?
Horse
Hazel is a light shade of what color?
Brown
A doily is a decorative ornament that is often made from which of the following?
Lace
Which of these devices is most likely to be wiretapped?
Telephone
Since 1955, what magazine has often printed the word "Cheap!" next to its cover price?
Mad
The abbreviation "a.m." is short for "ante meridiem", a Latin phrase meaning what?
Before noon
A barge is a boat typically used to do which of the following?
Carry heavy loads
The song "Here Comes Peter Cottontail" celebrates what holiday?
Easter
What does a car's odometer measure?
Mileage
The logo for Klondike ice cream bars features what arctic animal?
Polar bear
A martini garnished with a slice of lemon peel is said to be served "with a" what?
Twist
The word "spinster" is often used to refer to a woman who has never done what?
Married
In women's clothing, spaghetti straps are normally worn around what part of the body?
Shoulders
"Erin go bragh!" is a popular patriotic saying in what country?
Ireland
Which of these Latin phrases means "without limit"?
Ad infinitum
Available at Sears stores, DieHard is a popular brand of which of the following?
Battery
Bing and Royal Ann are varieties of what fruit?
Cherry
In 1979, the US Mint introduced a one-dollar coin featuring what famous woman?
Susan B. Anthony
Deviled eggs are a popular appetizer traditionally made from eggs prepared in what manner?
Hard-boiled
What fast food chain's menu lets you choose betwen "original recipe" and "extra crispy"?
KFC
The British commonly use the word “cheerio” to say which of the following?
Goodbye
Site of the infamous 1972 break-in the Watergate Hotel is located in what U.S. city?
Washington, D.C.
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In 1984, the group Ashford & Simpson sang that love was solid as a what?
Rock
An obstetrician is most likely to do what?
Deliver a baby
According to a classic children's song, "Who can take the sunshine and sprinkle it with dew"?
The Candy Man
A famous cream pie, known for its custard filling and chocolate coating, is named for what city?
Boston
Cheer repeated throughout song "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"?
Hurrah!
What is used to "play" the children's game "52 Pick Up"?
Deck of cards
In 2,000, Vladimir Putin was elected president of what country?
Russia
American general Benedict Arnold was paid a commission by what country to act as a spy?
Great Britain
According to a classic pop song, what "rockin" bird "rocks in the tree-top all day long"?
Robin
A bronco is a wild what?
Horse
The English translation of the carol "O Tannenbaum" is what?
O Christmas Tree
The Mormon Church is 70% of the population of what state?
Utah
Which of the following is a type of wading bird?
Flamingo
Furniture with lumbar support is meant to provide extra support to what part of the body?
Lower back
"Spring forward, fall back" is a saying commonly used to help people remember specifics about what?
Daylight-saving time
In the 1950s, what physician developed a popular method of preparing for childbirth?
Fernand Lamaz
What does the "P" stand for in the well-known company abbreviation "UPS"?
Parcel
A steamroller is a vehicle normally used to do which of the following?
Pave roads
Lateral epicondylitis is a medical condition better known as tennis what?
Elbow
Osteoporosis is a disease that primarily affects what part of the body?
Bones
When referring to a type of doctor, the "P" in the abbreviation "G.P." stands for which of the following?
Practitioner
By definition, an arsonist is a person who illegally does which of the following?
Sets something on fire
What does the 'B' stand for in the academic abbreviation MBA?
Business
By definition a toddler is a young child who is learning to do what?
Walk
Reese's Pieces candies have hard candy shells with what inside?
Peanut butter
According to an old saying, "old habits" do what?
Die hard
In the 1992 movie, "The Bodyguard," what pop start plays a diva who needs a bodyguard's protection?
Whitney Houston
A Granny Smith is a popular kind of what fruit?
Apple
What kind of animal is the Honey Nut Cheerios Mascot?
Bee
Amethyst the precious stone that is usually what color?
Purple
What is the profession of Jim Carrey's movie hero Ace Ventura?
Pet Detective
In medicine, which of the following is usually considered one of your vital signs?
Pulse Rate
Which of these marine animals shoots a dark clud of "ink" when threatened?
Squid
The chorus of the song, "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" mentions which of these snack foods?
Peanuts
On the TV series "The Flintstones," what is the name of the Flintstones' pet dinosaur?
Dino
The astrological sign Taurus is traditionally represented by what animal?
Bull
Presidents Day is a U.S. holiday observed during what month?
February
In the hit 2002 single, Sheryl Crow sings that she is going to "Soak up the" what?
Sun
According to it's name, the DEA is a federal agency that does what kind of 'enforcement'?
Drug
At the office a wastebasket is often referred to as a circular what?
File
On the TV series Charlie’s Angels the there Angels are employed by Charlie as what?
Private Detectives
Many restaurants provide nutcrackers to customers who have ordered which of the following?
Lobster
Hangman is a parlor game in which players try to do what before the "hangman" is drawn?
Guess a word
Located in Yellowstone National Park, "Old Faithful" is what type of natural phenomenon?
Geyser
What U.S. president is named "The Great Emancipator"?
Abraham Lincoln
A person would most likely submit his W-2 forms when doing what?
Paying income tax
What literary character falls in love with a woman named Maid Marian?
Robin Hood
St. Louis, Missouri is commonly nicknamed the "Gateway to the" what?
West
Once the site of a famous prison, Alcatraz Island is nicknamed which of the following?
The Rock
What was comedian Milton Berle's well-known nickname?
Uncle Miltie
A person who is told "use your gray matter" is being instructed to do what?
Think
In 1978, childhood friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield teamed up to open their first what?
Ice Cream Shop
In a 1958 song, Little Richard exclaims, "Good Golly" what?
Miss Molly
Sushi usually consists of a piece of fish on top of a small portion of what?
Rice
Frenchman Jacques Cousteau was best known for exploring what regions of the Earth?
Oceans
Vlasic is a leading brand of what food?
Pickles
What legendary creature is said to live at the bottom of a lake in Scotland?
Loch Ness monster
A tailor is most likely to measure your rise when fitting you for which of these garments?
Pants
Tutankhamen, also known as King Tut was once the leader of what ancient civilization?
Egypt
Founded in 1922 Thom McCann is a popular brand of which of the following?
Shoes
In the 2002 movie "Eight Legged Freaks" a town is terrorized by gigantic mutations of what animal?
Spiders
Pictures of scantily clad women are often referred to as?
Cheesecake
According to a common proverb "All Work and No Play Makes Jack a" what?
Dull boy
Founded in 1926, Godiva is a world-famous maker of which of these foods?
Chocolate
On what TV game show did contestants choose prizes behind Door #1, Door #2, or Door #3?
Let's Make a Deal
In 1999, what movie series introduced a long-eared character named Jar Jar Binks?
Star Wars
In their 1965 hit "My Girl", The Temptations sing "I've got sunshine on a" what?
Cloudy Day
On a classic TV sitcom, earthly Mindy McConnell lives with an alien named what?
Mork
In 1985, Jolt Cola was introduced with the slogan "All the sugar, twice the" what?
Caffeine
The hare is in the same family as which of these animals?
Rabbit
Introduced in 1932, Skippy is a popular brand of what food?
Peanut Butter
What TV reality series introduced the catchphrase "the tribe has spoken"?
Survivor
Calamine lotion is commonly used to treat which of these ailments?
Poison Ivy
By definition, a down pillow is filled with what?
Feathers
A young goat is often referred to as a what?
Kid
Which of these animals feeds mainly on the leaves of the eucalyptus tree?
Koala
Often used in Mexican cuisine, a jalapeño is a spicy type of what vegetable?
Pepper
In poker, the total amount of money at stake in one hand is called which of the following?
Pot
Geoffrey, the mascot of Toys R Us, is what kind of animal?
Giraffe
In 1969, who said the famous line, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"?
Neil Armstrong
The word "cerebral" means "of or related to" what organ of the human body?
Brain
Since 1941, boxes of Cheerios cereal have had what color background?
Yellow
In 1946, brothers-in-law Burt Baskins and Irv Robbins teamed up to open their first what?
Ice cream store
Which of these countries has a famous coastline known as the Riviera?
France
The Charleston, a popular 1920's dance, was named after a city in what state?
South Carolina
Open in 1973, the Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous landmarks in what country?
Australia
What is the name of the currency used in the UK?
Pound
Georgie Porgie kissed the girls & made them what?
Cry
In the U.S., what professionals must pass a bar exam in order to practice?
Attorneys
Taster's Choice is a brand of what?
Coffee
You use a loofah to do what?
Shower
According to the title of a popular 1980s book, what kind of people "don't eat quiche"?
Real men
When worn by brides, garters are normally worn around what part of the body?
Leg
Since 1989, the Energizer Bunny has drummed up business for a popular brand of what?
Battery
Ireland is often known by what nickname?
Emerald Isle
In a popular Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup ad a man exclaims "You got peanut butter on my" what?
Chocolate
In 1979 what classic TV sit com was renamed Archie Bunker’s Place?
All in the Family
Which of these Olympic sports often requires performance of both a short program and a long program?
Figure Skating
To quintuple a number, you multiply it by what?
5
Introduced in 1888, Log Cabin is a popular brand of what?
Maple syrup
What does the "T" stand for in the popular motor vehicle abbreviation ATV?
Terrain
Frank Sinatra was often known by which of these nicknames?
Ol' Blue Eyes
A popular Taco Bell ad campaign encouraged consumers to "make a run for the" what?
Border
Gold prospectors who flocked to California during the 1800s were often known by what nickname?
Forty-Niners
Founded in 1901, the Gillette Company is best known for selling which of the following?
Razors
On the TV series "Gilligan's Island," what was the name of the Skipper's boat?
Minnow
A famous 1851 painting depicts George Washington and his troops crossing what river?
Delaware
The high tech region known as Silicon Valley is located in what U.S. State?
California
Billie Jean King's 1988 book 'We Have Come a Long Way', tracks women's progress in what sport?
Tennis
Which of these pieces of furniture is often known as a bureau?
Chest of drawers
What superhero's mild-mannered alter ego works as a reported at the "Daily Planet"?
Superman
In the TV sitcom "Alice," Flo was best known for telling people, "Kiss my" what?
Grits
In a popular fairy tale, a troll is defeated by three billy goats named what?
Gruff
According to the title song of a popular Christmas song "Grandma Got Run Over by a" what?
Reindeer
Actor Richard Burton had two highly publicized marriages to what leading lady?
Elizabeth Taylor
Which of these common road signs is shaped like an upside-down triangle?
Yield
Greg Louganis is a four time Olympic gold medal winner in what sport?
Diving
What classic comic strip character fights imaginary battles against The Red Baron?
Snoopy
What part of the human body is also known as the pate?
Top of the head
Extinct since the 18th century, the dodo was what kind of animal?
Bird
Mohandas Gandhi was the leader of what country's nonviolent independence movement?
India
A fawn is a young what?
Deer
The loud cry that a crow makes is usually called a what?
Caw
Good Humor trucks are best known for selling which of these treats to neighborhood kids?
Ice Cream
The cranium protects what part of the human body?
Brain
In a 1982 song, George Thorogood claims to be bad to the what?
Bone
Often lasting three or more years, residency is a period of training for what professionals?
Doctors
Sushi is traditionally dipped in which of these condiments?
Soy sauce
In a popular 1960s Ray Charles song, who is told to "Hit the Road"?
Jack
On "Saturday Night Live," the Church Lady is best known for her comment "Well, isn't that" what?
Special
Dungarees are a kind of pants that are usually made from what kind of fabric?
Denim
In the U.S., Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of what month?
May
Popular in the 1950's, a "sock hop" is a type of what?
Dance
A popular brand of after dinner mints shares its name with what mountain range?
Andes
Leadfoot is a nickname given to someone who tends to do which of the following?
Drive too quickly
Known for its venomous bite, the viper is a type of what animal?
Snake
Which of these animals is often used as a symbol of courage?
Lion
In the nursery rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle the dish runs away with what?
The Spoon
By definition a trattoria is a restaurant specializing in the cuisine of what country?
Italy
Washington D.C. is located on the banks of which of these rivers?
Potomac
The Heisman Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the outstanding player in what college sport?
Football
“Should auld acquaintance be forgot” is a line from both “Auld Lang Syne” and what patriotic tune?
You’re a Grand Old Flag
What cable network made its debut on September 7, 1979 with the show "Sports Center"?
ESPN
The site of a famous gold rush the Yukon Territory is a large region of what country?
Canada