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Based on the picture, name these totally random objects.
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  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Sep 13, 2015
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(4)
you should accept tack... >.>....
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May 16, 2012
(19)
Could you accept caret for chevron, given that it's pointing upwards?
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May 21, 2012
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No, the caret is only a grammatical term, while the chevron indicates rank. Besides, the caret is extremely linear, whereas the chevron has some bend and fluidity to it.
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Aug 31, 2012
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Is cocktail glass an acceptable for martini glass?
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Jun 28, 2012
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It should be, since the glass shown is technically a cocktail glass and not a martini glass according to Wikipedia.
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Apr 19, 2015
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Thought for sure that the tuning fork was a dowsing rod. Haha.
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Jun 29, 2012
(29)
I thought the sawhorse was an A-beam...
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Sep 1, 2012
(6)
I really didn't know what most of those things were, you could probaby make the napkin ring look more like a napkin, not an arm...
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Oct 31, 2012
(25)
can you accept sharpener for pencil sharpener? theres not that many other types of sharpeners...
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Nov 19, 2012
(17)
+1
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Jun 27, 2014
(65)
+2
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Sep 6, 2015
(22)
+3
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Jun 25, 2016
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=6
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Aug 25, 2016
(19)
Anyone else try to put percolator for the French press?
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Dec 7, 2012
(34)
It's not a percolator, though, that's a different way of making coffee.
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Jan 9, 2013
(35)
I thought it was a beer stein lol
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May 5, 2016
(34)
A thumbtack is a different thing from a pushpin. A thumbtack has a flat head that is almost flush with the surface when you push it in.
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Jan 9, 2013
(65)
Ditto. That's a push pin pictured.
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Sep 6, 2015
(58)
I've always used the reverse definitions. The Wikipedia pages for both redirect to "Drawing pin", so I guess the jury's still out.
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Oct 4, 2016
(34)
Can you / someone please tell me how to make a picture quiz!? I'm can't figure it out!! Thank you!!!
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Mar 25, 2013
(28)
Thumb tack should be a Pin The saw horse is an A-Frame Brass Knuckle is in fact a Knuckle Duster
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May 18, 2013
(14)
a sawhorse is two a-frames and a beam, not the same thing. like saying "wheel" should be accepted for a bicycle.
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Dec 13, 2013
(52)
Yes, technically, that's not a thumb tack, it's a push pin.
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Jun 21, 2014
(58)
Again going by Wikipedia, it looks like Brass Knuckles and Knuckledusters are the same thing. Unless I'm missing something.
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Oct 4, 2016
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i love how you put cornice in the midst of all those relatively obvious ones just to make people mad. waaaaaaay to go.
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May 22, 2013
(11)
Please accept cocktail glass
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Aug 5, 2013
(10)
Types 'mask'. Didnt work. Types 'paddle' didnt work. Are you kidding me?
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Nov 4, 2013
(14)
I request "jason mask" be accepted for hockey mask. Modern hockey masks don't even look like that at all anymore, it's much more identifiable as the mask of Jason from Friday the 13th movies.
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Dec 13, 2013
(60)
I tried "Jason mask" and "Friday the 13th mask" as well! Although I figured that probably wasn't actually the name of it...
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Sep 9, 2015
(52)
I also thought of wrapping paper and shelf liners.
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Dec 23, 2013
(20)
I see you don't accept wine glass. :)
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Jan 6, 2014
(10)
Surely scythe should be accepted for sickle?
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Jan 8, 2014
(8)
A scythe is a different tool altogether, it's taller for a start and you use 2 hands. The Grip Reaper is normally depicted as holding a scythe.
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Mar 12, 2014
(26)
The Grip Reaper loves to grip his scythe
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Jul 7, 2016
(60)
I think "private insignia" should be acceptable.
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Feb 11, 2014
(8)
I was trying to put in private insignia as well
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Mar 12, 2014
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I tried private insignia and military stripe...to no avail. I definitely believe it should be accepted because that's exactly what it looks like. A chevron is that shape, but with the colors used and the slight concave styling, it's a stretch to call that chevron and not accept "private insignia" or "military stripe."
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Sep 6, 2015
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Except that they're called chevrons. Effectively, what you want them to accept is "that stripe on the arm that signifies the wearer is a private". You didn't know what it was called – no big deal! Now you do!
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Aug 8, 2016
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please add serviette ring for napkin ring
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Feb 23, 2014
(71)
The sawhorse could also be a trestle and I didn't know what part of the cornice picture we had to identify. I tried corbel and cartouche before giving up in a huff :o)
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Mar 12, 2014
(17)
i tried tressle too, still dosen't work
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Jun 27, 2014
(4)
i knew what the doctor's thing was but didn't know how to spell it It also didn't accept glass for martini glass
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Mar 24, 2014
(44)
Could you add the knuckle duster? Also I think just sharpener should be accepted. Thats what Ive always called them. Didnt get the right answer for that one as I assumed when sharpener didnt work that there was an alternative name for them in america.
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May 24, 2014
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Martini Glass is actually a Cocktail Glass - Martinis are served in those glasses commonly which is why they've become synonymous with Martinis. Can you at least accept both?
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Jun 18, 2014
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Maybe I'm alone in this, but how about "D-clip" or "D-ring" for carabiner? That's how I know it. Either way, fun quiz. :D
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Jun 21, 2014
(25)
A D-Ring is not meant to be opened.
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Jun 22, 2014
(31)
Why are people getting so upset over the hockey mask? A hockey mask is a hockey mask whether it's old or new not everything has to be modern. If you don't know it you don't know it, that's the challenge, that's the point of a quiz! You're not expected to know everything!
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Jun 21, 2014
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How about numchucks? That's what they're called in Australia
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Jun 22, 2014
(25)
Just because you're pronoucing and spelling a Japanese loan-word incorrectly, it doesn't make it a word.
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Jun 22, 2014
(59)
As this is not written using Japanese alphabet then the westernising of the name should count if near enough.
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Nov 8, 2015
(22)
No. In Australia, they're called "nunchucks", not "numchucks". That's simply a spelling and pronouncing error you are making.
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Jun 6, 2016
(43)
I never heard of nunchucks. In New Zealand they are called numchucks. Hmm, you learn something new every day!
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Aug 5, 2016
(25)
A sawhorse is AKA sawbuck.
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Jun 22, 2014
(28)
could not for the life of me figure out how to spell carabiner. I was trying like "caribeena" and "carabena" and stuff
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Jun 25, 2014
(17)
+1 i had to google it (just for the spelling)
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Jun 27, 2014
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I'd never heard of the word caribiner. I tried typing, "The metal clip thing we use to fasten the chains around our cattle gates," but it wasn't accepted.
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Jul 8, 2014
(60)
I've heard it, but "rappelling hook" is more commonly used around here. Unless they're two different things and I'm not aware of it?
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Sep 9, 2015
(61)
It's not a set of knuckledusters, it's a knuckleduster, singular. And, just as a matter of guidance I wouldn't be requiring plural suffixes on any answer in the whole of jetpunk. I've missed out on many answers, but not because I *didn't know* that a word came in plural form. It simply didn't occur to me that the plural would be required.
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Aug 21, 2014
(20)
The thing in the picture which is said to be a Gargoyle is not, it is a Grotesque. A Gargoyle is specifically a water spout on the roof of a building designed as an exit for rainwater
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Aug 26, 2014
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No,a gargoyle is a statue that was originally used to keep bad spirits away.
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Sep 13, 2014
(45)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gargoyle
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Dec 8, 2014
(22)
Grotesque is simply a word for disgusting. There is no mention of the word in relation to statues.
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Jun 6, 2016
(60)
Cocktail glass needs to be acceptable. Martini glass is simply a nickname for it.
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Sep 23, 2014
(15)
can you please accept sharpener
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Oct 3, 2014
(57)
"Paddle" should be good enough for ping pong paddle, and "sharpener" for pencil sharpener.
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Oct 7, 2014
(20)
I figured they were yoga mats as they have 'yoga matters' written on them !
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Oct 20, 2014
(39)
All I could think of for Cornice was Cornerstone.... :(
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Oct 29, 2014
(39)
can tune fork be accepted for tuning fork? I would have had all of them if that counted
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Dec 22, 2014
(26)
Good quiz, but in the UK, 'Brass knuckles' are often called 'knuckle dusters'! (it sounds cooler too!)
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Dec 24, 2014
(47)
Please would you accept cocktail glass as well as Martini glass, and also cafetiere for the French press...?
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Apr 3, 2015
(55)
Not to get too picky, but I'm going to anyways... "A table tennis racket (also called a "bat" or "paddle") is used by table tennis players."
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Apr 21, 2015
(37)
no.4 is a trestle!
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May 29, 2015
(20)
Why is 'diapason' not accepted for 'tuning fork'?
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May 30, 2015
(14)
knuckle duster needs to be added for brass knuckles.
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Jun 24, 2015
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As there is no water coming out its mouth it is technically a grotesque and not a gargoyle. Yes I am that guy....
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Jul 9, 2015
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i had horse shoe as two words cocktail glass for martini glass and where i come from, a thumb tack is something different ant that is a pin
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Jul 16, 2015
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had no idea what a 'thumb tack' is
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Aug 17, 2015
(61)
In the UK we don't know what push pins are. Or at least, I don't.
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Sep 6, 2015
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in the UK 'brass knuckles' is known as 'knuckle duster'!
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Sep 14, 2015
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A) was it a gargoyle? Or was it a grotesque? A grotesque is a decorative creature/face on a building but a gargoyle has a water spout. Unless that adornment had a hole in it's head there is no way water could pour out, therefore it was a grotesque and just decorative. B) brass knuckles are known as knuckledusters in the UK and C) the thumb tack? Just known as pins in UK....
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Oct 6, 2015
(59)
Who said the hole had to be in its head?
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Dec 3, 2015
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I thought to myself: From the position in the picture it looks like the "object" is placed at Notre-Dame Cathedral so I looked the cathedral up on Wikipedia and guess what I found? A photo of that exact "object". There it is described as the Greek mythology being Chimera and it is clearly not a Gargoyle. The answer should be drollery, grotesque or Chimera.
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Feb 1, 2016
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Could you allow cafetiere for French Press? I don't know if this is just a UK name for it, but certainly that's what they are known as here.
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Oct 14, 2015
(44)
+1 for this, i've never heard of a French press, guess it's American like the other answers
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Feb 23, 2016
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The picture clearly show that it is a push pin rather that a thumb tack.
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Oct 21, 2015
(32)
Wasn't clear enough
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Oct 22, 2015
(63)
Does anyone else call the Frech Press a "percolator"??
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Nov 30, 2015
(69)
i didn't get mask for hockey mask or paddle for ping pong paddle
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Jan 10, 2016
(19)
Spanish donkey looks exactly like a sawhorse
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Feb 18, 2016
(15)
I put sharpener, which wasn't accepted, for the pencil sharpener....otherwise, great quiz
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Mar 1, 2016
(57)
How about accepting military insignia for the chevron? Or private, or private stripe? (That's a private's stripe.)
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Mar 5, 2016
(38)
I tried Private stripe too lol. It is a push pin, not a thumb tack. Had no idea about Cornice. Hockey mask is very old school but got it because I am Canadian :P
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Mar 11, 2016
(46)
Please accept 'karabiner' since it can also be spelt that way I believe
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Apr 1, 2016
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please accept sharpener
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Apr 18, 2016
(45)
Please accept cafetière for the French press. That's what we call them in the UK.
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May 21, 2016
(26)
The yoga mat is also used very commonly as a camping mat this should be excepted.
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Jul 13, 2016
(59)
Should be Foam Mat, what you use it for is your own business, as for the 'Martini Glass', glasses such as this were in use for a couple of hundred years before Martinis hit the shelves. a Glass should do or at least a Cocktail Glass.
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Aug 4, 2016
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Yes I put foam mat. That is what we take when camping. Also called bed rolls sometimes.
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Aug 5, 2016
(18)
Difference between Brass knuckles and Knuckle dusters?
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Oct 20, 2016
(34)
Definately a trestle,a sawhorse is something you make yourself,it never looks this good!
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Oct 31, 2016
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Could you add trestle for saw horse as I've never heard the later? Also perhaps Knuckle duster for brass knuckles?
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Nov 4, 2016
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