trivia 5/23

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trivia 5/23
DID YOU KNOW...
Switzerland has not gone to war with another country since 1505.

1. which four-legged critter comes in a "puli" variety?
2. what was the title of the 1962 hit comedy album by vaughn meader?
(Hint; It poked fun at the Kennedy's, primarily...)
3. "mr. yuk" was conceived to replace the Skull-and-Crossbones warning of which Agency ?
4. what's the name of the largest part of your brain?
5. which member of the British royal family competed in the Olympics, and in
what type of event was it?
6. how many yards in a mile?
7. what's Florida's state flower?
8. what was the last year that Russia was ruled by a tsar?
TRUTH OR CRAP ??
In medieval times, beetle dung, sauerkraut and powdered rhinoceros hoof were all believed to be aphrodisiacs.
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1. a dog
2. "the first family"
3. the national poison center
4. CEREBRUM
5. PRINCESS ANNE-EQUESTRIAN EVENTS
6. 1,760 YARDS
7. ORANGE BLOSSOM
8. 1917
CRAP !!
The only correct one on the list is sauerkraut.
Another medieval aphrodisiac was rhinoceros horn, not hoof.
 
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