Trivia 2/22

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luckytrim

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Trivia 2/22
DID YOU KNOW...
Before 1889, it took nine "balls" before a Batter drew a walk. That year, a rule-change reduced the number to 4.

1. Who am I ??
I was the only U.S. President to serve in both World Wars; I was the first to have a Pilot's License; I was the first to see 50 Stars on Old Glory....
2. According to Homer, what was the name of the island where Odysseus was king ?
3. Which Country has the highest Muslim population ?
a. - India
b. - Bangladesh
c. - Indonesia
d. - Pakistan
4. The Matterhorn lies in two Countries; name them...
5. What's the Second-Largest Country in the World ?
6. "Name that Product" Dept;
" Gee, Your hair smells terrific !"
7. Really Tuff Question Dept;
What is another word for a poecilonym ?
8. What's the fastest animal on two legs ?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
A Fantanyeros is a Hungarian mixed grill.
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1. Dwight D. Eisenhower
2. Ithaca
3. c. - Indonesia
4. Switzerland and Italy
5. Canada
6. Jergen's Shampoo
7. synonym
8. the Ostrich
TRUTH !!
Fantanyeros is usually served on a wooden platter and garnished with pickled vegetables and potato salad.
 

Barbara L

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1. Dwight D. Eisenhower
2. Ithaca
3. c. - Indonesia
4. Switzerland and Italy
5. Canada

6. Jergen's Shampoo--This was a little misleading. You didn't ask for the company, but for the product. The actual name of the shampoo was "Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific," manufactured by Jergens. ;)
7. synonym--LOL I guessed antonym!
8. the Ostrich
TRUTH !!

:)Barbara
 

Luvabigdog

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I missed #3 and #6.

Here is one for you to solve. You may not draw stick figures. I will post the correct answer in 2 days.

Here's the question:

I am a man. If Joe's son, is my son's father; how am I related to Joe?
 

Luvabigdog

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That was a guess. If you knew for certain, you wouldn't phase it like a question.

Your answer was incorrect. You must walk the plank.
 

Barbara L

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I missed #3 and #6.

Here is one for you to solve. You may not draw stick figures. I will post the correct answer in 2 days.

Here's the question:

I am a man. If Joe's son, is my son's father; how am I related to Joe?
Joe is your son's priest's dad.
 

Barbara L

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LOL I didn't think I was right, but there was a similar answer to a similar question I heard years ago (because a priest is called "father.").
 
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