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This is to this ...
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Calf is to Cow
Kitten is to Cat
Peace is to War
Night is to Day
Pesto is to Basil
Hummus is to Chickpea
Bridesmaid is to Maid of Honor
Groomsman is to Best Man
Neil Harris is to Patrick
Phillip Hoffman is to Seymour
Mega is to Million
Giga is to Billion
Ultimate is to Last
Penultimate is to Next to Last
Mascara is to Eyelashes
Nylons are to Legs
Bank is to Money
Library is to Books
Tea is to Leaf
Coffee is to Bean
This is to this ...
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Energizer is to Bunny
Geico is to Gecko
Ambrosia is to Food
Nectar is to Drink
München is to Munich
Köln is to Cologne
Tennis is to Racket
Croquet is to Mallet
Two is to Secondary
Three is to Tertiary
Waltz is to Dance
Poodle is to Dog
Dermatology is to Skin
Podiatry is to Feet
Strong is to Ox
Sly is to Fox
High is to Low
Deep is to Shallow
Scene is to Play
Chapter is to Book
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I enjoyed this thanks!
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May 1, 2013
(20)
Podiatry had me stumped. A lot. Great quiz!
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May 1, 2013
(65)
And what was it that the Irishman said to the podiatrist? "Me fate is in your hands."
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Nov 12, 2014
(45)
*slow clap*
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Nov 12, 2014
(51)
So you're saying you lost both of your feet?
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Mar 14, 2017
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20/20 with 3:38 left.
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May 1, 2013
(69)
If anyone thought this quiz was too easy, I made one that is significantly more challenging. You can find it under my quizzes titled "Very Tricky Analogies." Feel free to comment on it, as I never get on anyone's case for expressing their opinions. Holding someone accountable for their opinions... or expressing a different contrary opinion... that's obviously different.
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May 4, 2013
(65)
I did find this very easy...I'm off to take yours!
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Jul 18, 2016
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good quiz- thanks! the ambrosia question was tough.
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May 6, 2013
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Finally got 20/20. Remembered "penultimate" from the A Series of Unfortunate Events" series. The 11th book was "The Penultimate Peril" and I remember Lemony Snicket defining penultimate as being next to last. Hahaha
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May 28, 2013
(50)
Oh yeah!
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Jun 16, 2014
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*12th book
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Nov 12, 2014
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same here!
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Jul 22, 2015
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"peace is to war as night is to day" sad but true and almost poetic at the same time
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Aug 19, 2013
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Too funny. I just read about the ambrosia and nectar connection with Greek mythology yesterday, and here it appears. Strange how that happens!
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May 22, 2014
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I LOVE penultimate!
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Jun 16, 2014
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I'm surprised that more people get penultimate than nectar. Does that mean A Series of Unfortunate Events is more popular than Percy Jackson?
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Jun 16, 2014
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I read one of the ASoUE books with my girlfriend's 8 year old daughter once and found it very well-written and enjoyable (much moreso than Harry Potter or Percy Jackson)... but I knew the definition of penultimate long before that. Penultimate is a word that can be used in a lot of different situations whereas ambrosia is specifically in the domain of a particular mythology. I imagine that's why fewer people know it.
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Nov 12, 2014
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I learned penultimate from reading Regency romances.
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Nov 12, 2014
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I don't know what either of those things are.
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Nov 12, 2014
(61)
I learned it from a band teacher who loved the word. We would play a "penultimate" piece during practice at least three times a year.
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Oct 28, 2016
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if neil patrick is to harris, it should be philip seymour is to hoffman
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Sep 10, 2014
Fixed
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Sep 11, 2014
(64)
Anyone else try "bega" for billions? No? Just me? Alrighty.
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Nov 12, 2014
(72)
No, but I did try Tera which is billion on the metric long scale. Also, In my opinion, a scene would be more like a page than a chapter. An act would be analogous to a chapter.
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Nov 12, 2014
(44)
Don't know why, but the first thing that came to mind for Poodle was Skirt.
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Nov 12, 2014
(52)
Yep, that totally confused me
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Nov 12, 2014
(63)
The Next to last one got me confuse, I was thinking of something that comes after the last one, not before. Perks of not being an English native I guess
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Nov 12, 2014
(50)
You can't accept 'Flamingo' for 'Mallet'?
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Nov 29, 2014
(40)
Haha!
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Mar 14, 2017
(68)
Who is Philip Hoffman? Never heard of him. But then, he's probably never heard of me either...
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Apr 28, 2016
(62)
A brilliant and much loved actor who is sadly no longer with us.
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Dec 26, 2016
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He had an extensive filmography including The Hunger Games series, The Big Lebowski, Patch Adams, The Talented Mr. Ripley - and he won an Oscar for portraying Truman Capote.
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Mar 14, 2017
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Wish I could spell tertiary (instead of terciary). Would have got 'em all.
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Nov 25, 2016
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Gah. I listen to a lot of classical music so when I heard waltz I kept thinking the type of song. So when I saw the question I couldn't figure out what it was talking about, haha.
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Dec 26, 2016
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Good Quiz: didn't know hummus was made from chick peas!
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Dec 26, 2016
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Chickpea = garbonzo, eh?
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Mar 14, 2017
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I started to type garbanzo beans then realized there was only one blank, so it had to be chickpeas and yes, they are the same thing.
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Mar 14, 2017
(40)
I thought the answer to the geico thing was lizard! Facepalm
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Mar 14, 2017
(62)
I had to look up Geico, it turns out to be an Insurance Company somewhere, Is jetpunk getting paid to give ads for obscure companies?
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Mar 14, 2017
I wish we were. But sadly, no.
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Mar 14, 2017
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The ads are well-known in the US. Originally the gecko spoke with a very proper British accent, then another actor gave him an Australian accent, and a later one had him speaking in a Cockney accent. Regardless, he was always extremely polite and soft-spoken, very much the opposite of the Geico Hump-Day camel.
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Mar 14, 2017
(69)
If you've ever heard that phrase "15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance," then that's Geico.
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Mar 14, 2017
(66)
Nope, we don't get served American ads here.
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Apr 9, 2017
(35)
Geico is hardly an obscure company in the U.S.
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Jun 21, 2017
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Add hammer for mallet pls
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Mar 14, 2017
(55)
Only obscure ones for me was the Geico one and the Hoffman one.
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Mar 14, 2017
(61)
Great quiz! I liked how ox and fox rhymed!
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Mar 14, 2017
(46)
I get what you're going for with the library and the bank, and it's pretty obvious what the answer is, but I don't think they're really the same thing. Cause you know, you can't exactly check out all the money you want from a bank with a membership to the bank.
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Mar 14, 2017
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how come a lot didnt get the mega giga? i think it is the easiest...
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Mar 15, 2017
(35)
I didn't get it and I'm really, really smart (in my own mind)
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Jun 21, 2017
(56)
What is a Geico?
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Mar 16, 2017
(32)
Say secondary, tertiary in a Jamaican accent :D
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May 25, 2017
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Why can't it be Kitty is to Cat?
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May 25, 2017
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