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In the song Old McDonald what animals go "gobble-gobble here and gobble-gobble" there?
Introduced in 1948 Nestle’s Quik is traditionally used to make which of the following?
Chocolate Milk
Which of these symptoms is closely identified with the medical condition vertigo?
A popular snack food, buffalo wings are named for a city in what state?
New York
Kurt Cobain was the lead singer of what influential rock group?
Jewish Holy days begin at what time of day?
In 1958 what country adopted a disastrous economic plan known as the Great Leap Forward?
On Saturday Night Live the observations of Jack Handy were featured in a segment named what?
Deep Thoughts
In 1969 Native American protestors began a 19 months occupation of what famous location?
Alcatraz Island
Scientists use the Torino scale to measure the potential damage caused by which of the following?
Which of these phrases refers to a popular method of artificial respiration?
Mouth to Mouth
The prank phone call that begins "is your refrigerator running?" usually features what punch line?
Better go catch it
China is a type of dishware that is usually made of which of the following?
What is the term for an integer that is divisibly only by itself and one?
Prime Number
On TV’s Saturday Night Live, the duo of Hans and Franz often claimed “We’re going to” what?
Pump you up
In the children’s book Bunnicula a new pet bunny is feared to be a what?
What are the official colors of the Cub Scouts?
Blue and Gold
What Interstate Highway begins in Holton Maine and ends in Miami Florida?
A troy ounce is a unit commonly used to measure the weight of which of the following?
Precious metals
In a memorable song from the musical "Gypsy," three strippers advise that "you gotta get a" what?
The Torres Strait separates Australia from which of these islands?
New Guinea
Browsing pages on the Internet is usually known by what name?
In a classic monster movie, what character has an assistant named Igor?
In what sport do players often score points by "spiking" the ball?
Philadelphia is often known as the city of what?
Brotherly Love
The abbreviation S.O.P stands for Standard Operating what?
DC's Washington National Airport was renamed in 1998 in honor of whom?
Ronald Reagan
Founded in 1872, what U.S. city's major newspaper is often simply known as "The Globe"?
President Lyndon Johnson's domestic policies were collectively known as the "Great" what?
Cheap Trick's album "At Budokan" was recorded at a famous concert hall in what city?
What Shakespeare hero is tormented by the ghost of his friend Banquo?
In the Old Testament, God makes the famous proclamation "Let there be" what?
Which of these tools would most likely be used to draw a perfect circle?
In 1937 Kraft Foods introduced its classic version of what kind of pasta "and cheese"?
In 2002, what company introduced its slogan, "What can brown do for you"?
Since the 1970s, journalists used what word as a suffix to indicate a political scandal?
The award-winning musical "The Producers" is based on the 1968 movie written and directed by whom?
Mel Brooks
What U.S. senator was the namesake for a popular kind of IRA that was introduced in 1997?
William Roth
Mount Rushmore National Memorial is carved from what kind of stone?
Popular at breakfast, a Danish is a type of what?
Someone who is speaking passionately about a subject is said to have "gotten on his" what?
In the fairy tale "Puss in Boots," a poor miller leaves to his son an exceptionally clever what?
On the TV series "The Brady Bunch," what is the name of the oldest Brady brother?
What is the lowest rank in the U.S. Army?
A fathom is a unit primarily used to measure what?
Water depth
A passage of music marked "forte" is to be played how?
A baby shark is often called which of the following?
The 1987 movie Dirty Dancing is set at a fictional Catskills resort named what?
A Pieta is a painting or sculpture that features what biblical scene?
Mary mourning Jesus
In 1977, Elvis Presley performed his last live concert in what U.S. city?
Indianapolis, IN
Often used to refer to a rural area, "boondocks" comes from a Tagalog word meaning what?
Which of these words is traditionally spoken at the end of a Christian prayer?
Which of these words is used to refer to a person with very pale blond hair?
Teddy Grahams are a popular brand of snack cookie in the shape of what animal?
What two letters are written at the end of a letter to signify "hugs and kisses"?
Which of these fairy tale characters is tormented by her wicked stepsisters?
Which of these drugstore remedies is known for its pink color?
Popular in many states, "Click it or Ticket" campaigns encourage drivers to do what?
Wear seatbelts
Waterford, Ireland is world famous for making what luxury item?
In the 1991 song "Smells Like Teen Spirit," Kurt Cobain sings "Here we are now" what?
Entertain us
According to Arthurian legend, which of these knights had an affair with Queen Guinevere?
What often happens to a person's hair if it stops producing melanin?
Turns gray
What is the standard unit used to measure electrical current?
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ernie Pyle was killed by enemy fire during what war?
World War II
Since 1986, the Economist magazine has used the local cost of what product to compare world currencies?
Big Mac sandwich
A "sweet sixteen" celebration customarily honors a person's sixteenth what?
In 1986, what snack brand introduced its popular "Cool Ranch" flavor?
A hand-held radar gun is typically used to measure what?
What country's national flag features a red maple leaf?
In the U.S., a 100 bill is often referred to as what kind of "note"?
Vail, one of the U.S.'s most famous ski resorts, is located in what western state?
What 1986 song begins with the line "She was more like a beauty queen from a movie sceen"?
Billy Jean
Opium is a drug obtained from what flower?
Quick Silver is another name for what metallic element?
On the animated series "King of the Hill", what is the name of the Hills' dog?
Which of these famous scientists was one of the inventors of calculus?
Isaac Newton
David Foster Wallace's 1996 novel "Infinite Jest" takes its title from a line in what play?
Every July, thrill seekers go to Pamplona, Spain to take part in the famous "running of the" what?
In the song "You're a Grand Old Flag", which of these phrases is used to describe the U.S. Flag?
What punctuation mark is used to indicate possesion in most English nouns?
In the 2002 movie, "Maid in Manhattan," Jennifer Lopez's character finds love while working where?
Luxury hotel
"Stethoscope" comes from the greek word "shethos" meaning what?
What animals migratory patterns have led to the belief that they commit suicide by jumping into the sea?
What does the "C" stand for in the name of the CBS television network?
According to a popular saying, "it ain't over till" what person sings?
The fat lady
A flapjack is another name for what breakfast food?
In baseball, what is the second half of an inning called?
Which of these children's games is usually played in a swimming pool?
Marco Polo
What line is repeated throughout the theme song of the TV series "Friends"?
I'll be there for you
A fife is a type of what woodwind instrument?
"Prohibito Fumar" is a Spanish phrase meaning?
No smoking
The rock group "No Doubt" is lead by what energetic female singer?
Gwen Stefani
Acetaminophen is the active ingredient in which of these popular over the counter products?
Who was the first US president to live in the White House?
John Adams
In 2003 who did the American Film Institute select as the greatest film hero of all time?
Atticus Finch
YUM is the New York Stock Exchange for the parent company of which of these fast food chains?
Taco Bell
A male goat is typically called a what?
Billy Goat
A gangplank is a small board or ramp commonly used to enter or exit what type of vehicle?
Which of these US coins is largest in diameter?
The 1967 single Respect is the signature song of what legendary performer?
Aretha Franklin
Reform, Conservative and Orthodox are three major movements of what religion?
Fitness guru Richard Simmons stars in a series of workout videos titled "Sweating to the what"?
Instead of "Man of the Year" Time Magazine named what invention "Machine of the Year" for 1982?
Served at Chili’s restaurants the Awesome Blossom is a battered and fried what?
For over 700 years the House of Grimaldi has been the ruling family of what Country?
What Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian narrates the 2003 movie Seabiscuit?
David McCullough
At a traditional wedding, a bride usually has an attendant called "maid of" what?
The tonsils are masses of tissue located where in the body?
On TV's The Price is Right," audience members who are picked as contestants are told to do what?
Come on down!
In the 1980s, an Australian marketing campaign encouraged visitors to put a what "on the barbie"?
A famous show tune from "The Sound of Music" asks, "How do you solve a problem like" whom?
What popular toy was created when engineer Scott Stillenger tied together a bunch of rubber bands?
Koosh Ball
During a 1997 match, former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson bit what famous boxer's ear?
Evander Holyfield
In 1807, inventor Robert Fulton launched the first commercially successful version of what vehicle?
Famous fairy tale authors Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were natives of what country?
"Remember The Maine" was a famous rallying cry used during what war?
Spanish-American War
The eyelike spots on a peacock's tail are called what?
In math, what letter is normally used to represent the slope of a line?
Ludwig van Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is in what key?
C Minor
Bobby pins are usually used to hold what in place?
The Olympic decathlon consists of how many individual events?
"Electrophorus electricus" is the scientific name for a marine animal known as the electric what?
The unconventional young women of America's Jazz Age are commonly known by what nickname?
What does the "A" stand for in the common military acronym "AWOL"?
The week long holiday of Kwanzaa begins in what month?
Founded in 1972, the Tony Roma restaurant chain claims to be "Famous For" what?
The title of U2's 1991 album "Achtung Baby" roughly translates into which of these phrases?
Attention baby
Which of these trees is classified as a softwood?
The 19th century novel "The Man in the Iron Mask" is a sequel to which of these novels?
The Three Musketeers
'Singultus' is the medical term for a what?
Which of these playthings is produced by combining boric acid and silicone oil?
Silly Putty
According to a popular saying, which of the following "is golden"?
You are most likely to get the advice "stop, drop and roll" when learning about what?
Fire Safety
On the TV cartoon "Rocky and His Friends" Rocky's friend Bullwinkle is what kind of animal?
A common debate about childhood personality development is known as "nature versus" what?
In 1980, George H. W. Bush famously referred to Reagan's tax cut proposal as what kind of economics?
Which of these terms is often used to refer to the act of dining outdoors?
What book of the New Testament is also known as the Apocalypse?
What major airport was originally named Orchard Field and still uses the airport code ORD?
Which of these popular games was an Olympic sport from 1900 to 1920?
Tug of war
A drink served over ice cubes is commonly said to be served "on the" what?
According to a famous tongue twister, "She sells seashells by the" what?
"Monkey suit" is a slang term for what type of outfit?
What does the "I" stand for in the hospital abbreviation ICU?
In the 1980s, what country's government adopted a policy of openness called "glasnost"?
Soviet Union
A verbal mistake that reveals an unconscious belief is often referred to as a "Freudian" what?
By definition, a chanteuse is a female what?
A famous scenic stretch of road known as "PCH" runs along the coast of what U.S. state?
In Greek mythology, who ran off with Helen of Troy, causing the Trojan War?
The act of illegally copying software or music is known as what?
A colt is a young male what?
A popular rhyme about the number of days in each month begins "Thirty days hath" what?
According to superstition, a person who spills salt at the table should throw it in what direction?
Over the shoulder
What carmaker's ads featured the slogan "Driven"?
Founded in 1938, what charitable organization's original mission was to find a cure for polio?
March of Dimes
A madeleine is a small cake that is traditionally molded to look like a what?
In the e-mail and memo abbreviation "bcc," what does the "b" stand for?
An employee who is said to have been "downsized" has been what?
Laid off
Bamboo is the main source of food for which of these animals?
According to a popular saying, what "conquers all"?
By definition, your Mother's nephew is your what?
The "Toy Sory" movies feature a gallant sci-fi action figure named what?
Buzz Lightyear
Often used in dining rooms, a "Lazy Susan" is a type of what?
Serving Tray
In 2001, what company introduced a popular digital music payer called iPod?
According to the comic strip, what element shields Supperman from the affects of green kryptonite?
The term "ad lib" comes from the latin phrase "ad libitum," which roughly means what?
At ones pleasure
The Champs E'lyse'es terminates at which of these famous Paris landmarks?
Arc de Triomphe
What football convention originated at Gallaudet University, a school for deaf students?
A classic children's joke begins with the question "Why did the chicken" do what?
Cross the road
Literally meaning "to God", "adieu" is the French word for what?
In a classic 1954 monster movie, what creature terrorizes the city of Tokyo?
In the name of the anti-drunk driving group MADD, the "M" stands for what?
Famous "Bachelor" Andrew Firestone is the great-grandson of an entrepeneur famous for making what?
Automobile Tires
Tinnitus is a medical condition that affects what human sense?
The drink known as "Bloody mary" shares its name with the nickname of what famous woman?
Mary Tudor
The small island nation of Cyprus is located in what sea?
What comic strip character is pestered by Nermal, the self proclaimed "world's cutest cat"?
Benjamin Franklin's 1784 essay "An Economical Project" was a lighthearted introduction to what concept?
Daylight-saving time
In 2003, London's National Theatre debuted an original opera based on what talk show host?
Jerry Springer
In the game of craps what roll of the dice is known as “little Joe from Kokomo"?
According to the song Hush, Hush Little Baby "if that mockingbird don’t sing papa gonna buy you a" what?
Diamond Ring
Miracle Whip was introduced in 1933 as a low cost alternative for what condiment?
What long running TV series claims to have helped capture over 700 criminals?
America’s Most Wanted
The fictional Character Tarzan was raised by what animals?
Often sold on the streets of Paris, crepes are a French type of what?
In Greek Mythology Pandora unleashes Evil upon Mankind when she does what in defiance of the gods?
Opens a box
In 2003 what famous baseball player received a 7 game suspension for using a corked bat?
Sammy Sosa
In 1534 Henry VIII made himself the head of the Church of England in order to do what?
Divorce his wife
In the human body the tibia is a bone that runs parallel with what other smaller bone?
In the movie Planes Trains and Automobiles, John Candy’s character sold what for a living?
Shower curtain rings
The Earth artifacts abord the 1997 Voyager Spacecraft included a recording of what Rock and Roll song?
Johnny B. Goode
What does the letter I stand for in the government agency abbreviation IRS?
In a song from the classic Disney movie, Snow White advises you to Whistle While You what?
Which word is normally used to describe a pad of writing paper measuring 8 ½ by 14 inches?
Leonardo da Vinci’s painting "The Last Supper" depicts Jesus eating with whom?
The Twelve Apostles
Claustrophobia is the fear of what?
Enclosed spaces
What US state name comes from an Aleut word meaning mainland?
Introduced in 1979, Croakies are designed to help you from losing what fashion accessories?
A popular children's book by Eric Carle tells the story of a Very Hungry what?
Like other stars, the Sun generates energy by convering hydrogen fuel into what element?
Something that is plain or ordinary is often described as being what flavor?
The law of supply and demand is a basic principle in what field of study?
The aorta is an important vessel of the human body that is used to do what?
Circulate blood
Which of the following is also known as a perambulator?
Baby carriage
From 1979 to 1989, Ayatollah Khomeni was the political and religious leader of what country?
Yale University is located in what New England town?
New Haven, CT
Sam's Club, the warehouse shopping club, is a division of what retail giant?
Weighing up to 650 lbs, what are the largest members of the cat family?
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, what is the world's most recorded song?
For many years, Playtex has offered a line of brassieres called "Cross Your" what?
Which of these animals is a major source of the world's ivory?
What is the two-letter abbreviation for "ounce"?
"Blue Chip" stocks share their name with pieces used in what game?
By definition, aerobic organisms require what gas to live?
Souvlaki is a dish native to what country?
In the classic comic strip "Alley Oop" the title character is a what?
In the 2000 movie "Almost Famous," Kate Hudson plays a groupie with what Beatles-inspired nickname?
Penny Lane
Since 1944, Hallmark has used the famous slogan, "When you care enough to send" what?
The Very Best
What Native American tribe has a famous punk hairstyle named after it?
What does the "I" stand for in the common law enforcement abbreviation "DUI"?
In a classic children's book, Hans Brinker hopes to win a pair of what?
Silver skates
The pulmonary artery carries blood from the heart to what internal organ?
Rick's Cafe American is the primary setting of what classic movie?
The 2003 "Justified and Stripped" music tour pairs up Justin Timberlake and what other singer?
Christina Aguilera
The Univeristies of Michigan and Wisconsin are among the original members of what athletic conference?
Big Ten
The word "alimony" comes from a Latin word meaning what?
What psychologist introduced the idea of introverted and extroverted personalities?
Carl Jung
According to a famous show tune, what "are alive with the sound of music"?
The hills
Someone who suffers from the obsessive impulse to steal is a what?
The traditional symbol for Communism features a hammer and what other tool?
In the U.S. version of the game Clue, the person represented by a yellow piece is named Colonel what?
Which of these U.S. states is part of the industrial region known as the "rust belt"?
Tallow, a substance used to make soap and candles, often comes from which of the following?
Animal Fat
What legal term is a Latin phrase that literally means "you should have the body"?
Habeas corpus
Salvador Dali's painting "The Persistence of Memory" features pocket watches doing what?
What classic song includes the line "I recall Central Park in fall"?
Danke Schoen
What was the occupation of the father on the 50s TV series "Father Knows Best" ?
Insurance agent
Which of these brand names is often used to mean "tissue"?
An airplane pilot flies while seated in an area called the what?
What kind of animal is the praying mantis?
The word "duffer" most commonly refers to someone who does what poorly?
In geometry, pi is the ratio between the circumference and the diameter of what shape?
Natives of New Zealand are often known by what nickname?
Born in 1905, author Eugene Fodor was a pioneer of what book genre?
Travel guides
What historic building is depicted on the back of the current 100 bill?
Independence Hall
Who is President Bush's Chief of Staff?
Andrew Card
An elephant is the traditional symbol of what U.S. political party?
A person working from midnight until 8 a.m. is often said to be working what type of "shift"?
The perennial bestseller "What to Expect When You're Expecting" provides guidance for whom?

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