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This is to this ...
As ...
Car is to Garage
Airplane is to Hangar
Rooster is to Chicken
Bull is to Cow
Waiter is to Waitress
Hero is to Heroine
Ball is to Soccer
Puck is to Ice Hockey
Plus is to Addition
Minus is to Subtraction
London is to Heathrow
Chicago is to O'Hare
12 is to Dozen
20 is to Score
Small Step is to Man
Giant Leap is to
Mankind
Booth is to Lincoln
Oswald is to Kennedy
Ride is to Bike
Drive is to Car
This is to this ...
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Earl Grey is to Tea
Pilsner is to Beer
Everest is to Asia
Kilimanjaro is to Africa
Bill Gates is to Microsoft
Steve Jobs is to Apple
Hollywood is to the United States
Bollywood is to India
Cowboy is to North America
Gaucho is to Patagonia
Slash is to Guns n' Roses
The Edge is to U2
Graceland is to Presley
Neverland Ranch is to
Jackson
3 is to Yard
5280 is to Mile
AL is to Alabama
ME is to Maine
Leo is to Lion
Pisces is to Fish
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(20)
Can you accept Kiliminjaro as an error spelling? Lol, I am like so bad at spelling. Great quiz.
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Oct 24, 2012
(47)
You should have said "I am so bad at speling" haha
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Aug 23, 2013
(44)
LOL!
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Jan 8, 2017
(33)
but gramar arent empotant either. or speling as well
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Jan 8, 2017
(14)
Also Kilamanjaro? That really got me!
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Oct 24, 2012
Okay, added some more spellings for that one.
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Oct 24, 2012
(36)
aha and I still couldn't spell it.
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Nov 3, 2012
(69)
Please stop catering to those who can't spell! If the answer's spelled wrong ... it's wrong!
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Oct 26, 2015
(35)
I don't believe the tea/beer is analogous. Earl Grey is a blend of tea, while Pilsner is related to the process of brewing beer.
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Oct 24, 2012
(60)
either way you want to distinguish it...earl grey is still a TYPE of tea, and pilsner is a TYPE of beer
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Oct 24, 2012
(60)
Pilsner is a type of lager, which is a type of beer. Several types of beer are associated with their processes - steam beers for example - but they are still types of beer.
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Jan 8, 2017
(50)
Beer snob...
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Jan 12, 2017
(32)
The tea/beer one is spot on. Pilsner is not related to the process of brewing, it is in fact a style of beer, as Earl Gray is a style of tea. The only one I don't like is the JFK one, because Oswald was framed and didn't actually kill JFK but I digress....
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Oct 24, 2012
(59)
Can we not start this, please?
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Apr 2, 2015
(31)
It was started by putting the question in the quiz. If we don't question it, the mere presence of the question reinforces the BS.
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Jun 3, 2015
(58)
Yesitall, or maybe you're insane?
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Sep 9, 2015
(66)
JFK ASSASSINATED BY FBI, CIA, KGB, NFL, DAR, TEAMSTERS, CASTRO, ILLUMINATI AND TRILATERAL COMMISSION UNDER COMMAND OF THE GREAT GAZOO...happy now?
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Jan 8, 2017
(65)
You forgot ancient aliens.
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Jan 8, 2017
(66)
Forgot Doctor Who and the Freemasons too. Hate to leave anyone out...
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Jan 9, 2017
(35)
Earl Grey is a blend of tea that traditionally has applied only to black teas that contain oil of bergamot as a flavouring. So, tell me what is the blend associated with pilsner beer.
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Oct 24, 2012
(56)
a lightly kilned malt often called a pilsner malt can be blended with another light malt, with saaz hops and using a lager yeast. If you must know
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Nov 25, 2012
(49)
Boom.
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Oct 10, 2014
(21)
I've never heard of the word bollywood in my whole life.
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Oct 24, 2012
(68)
It's a contraction of Bombay (Mumbai) and Hollywood.
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Oct 25, 2012
(60)
It's actually a portmanteau, not a contraction. TMYK!
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Jan 2, 2014
(50)
You have not lived in your whole life, it's awesome!
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Oct 29, 2012
(31)
There's also Nollywood in Nigeria as the 3rd largest film industy in the world.
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Jun 4, 2013
(44)
If you go by ticket sales it's the biggest film industry in the world...
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Aug 15, 2016
(71)
I made a quiz about film industry nicknames in many countries. There are way more than I realized.
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Jan 8, 2017
(45)
missed one: 20 is to _________
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Aug 19, 2013
(45)
Missed this one too!
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Jul 28, 2014
(38)
Lincoln would have gotten it four times over.
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Oct 9, 2014
(60)
And seven years ago.
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Jan 10, 2017
(27)
Good quiz. Got 18 out of 20. Blanked on the baseball and brandy questions.
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Sep 28, 2013
(68)
Funny, I blanked on the exact same, too.
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Mar 17, 2014
(26)
good quiz, except as a brit can I point out, earl grey is the pinnacle of tea, pilsner is anything but the pinnacle of beer!
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Jan 8, 2014
(50)
I thought at first it had something to do with Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the Federation Starship Enterprise. (Don't look at me)
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Jun 16, 2014
(66)
Every time I hear or read anything about Earl Grey, Captain Picard pops into my mind too. Nothing wrong with that. :D
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Sep 5, 2014
(66)
Computer: Earl Grey...hot. (he types, while enjoying a cup) It's refreshing to see a discussion about tea on here instead of the usual nonsense.
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Jan 8, 2017
(66)
Earl Grey is a terribly boring tea. Go out! There's so much more to discover!
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Oct 9, 2014
(50)
Yeah, like new life and new civilizations. Sheesh, Picard, get a life.
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Oct 9, 2014
(60)
I guess you also add milk, and 4 teaspoons of sugar to kill the taste.
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Oct 9, 2014
(45)
I drink tea when I'm sick. I drink coffee when I want yum.
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Oct 17, 2014
(60)
Earl Grey is not the pinnacle of tea, that title goes to Oolong.
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Oct 9, 2014
(66)
Missed score and gaucho. Tried vacarro even though I knew it wasn't quite right. Upset with myself because I should've gotten both of them. Thank you, QM! I'm pretty sure I'm addicted to this site! :D
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Sep 5, 2014
(71)
Please remove "All" from the Armstrong quote. Come on Quizmaster...you are better than that. "All" is a misquote and was never said.
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Sep 5, 2014
Fixed!
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Sep 6, 2014
(71)
Rock music question does me in again - only one I missed.
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Sep 21, 2014
(55)
I don't really know much music, but I knew Guns n' Roses was a band, and I only knew one 2-letter band name, so I guessed it.
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Oct 9, 2014
(71)
Apparently I have a learning problem as well - just took this quiz again and missed the same one again. I was desperately trying every two-letter word I could think of.
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Feb 18, 2015
(71)
Third time's charm. I finally got it. Sheesh, sometimes I feel really brainless.
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Mar 3, 2015
(59)
PUCK applies to ICE hockey. BALL should also be an accepted answer, as this applies to FIELD hockey, which is simply called hockey in much of the world.
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Oct 9, 2014
(70)
Much of the world plays field hockey? I thought that was just one more in the long list of excuses to give out medals for sports nobody had ever heard of in the summer olympics. Or something for girls to do in high school. Meanwhile hockey, a.k.a. ice hockey, is like the national sport of Canada and Russia and also very popular in the USA, Scandinavia, and Eastern European countries.
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Oct 9, 2014
(66)
Well, when you look at the countries who got medals for field hockey in the Olympics, you get: Germany, India, Pakistan, Australia, Spain, South Korea, the Soviet Union, the Netherlands, Spain... That's the kind of diversity you wish you saw at the Winter Olympics!
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Oct 9, 2014
(66)
To put it in perspective: in the Winter Olympics, when you add the totals for Russia, Germany and Norway, you get 40% of all gold medals ever awarded.
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Oct 9, 2014
(66)
In ice hockey, Canada and Russia/Soviet Union combine for 71% of all gold medals ever awarded at the Winter Olympics.
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Oct 9, 2014
(70)
because nobody cares about field hockey. If every country fields a team of amateurs then of course it will be competitive.
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Oct 9, 2014
(66)
You missed my point - the overwhelming majority of the world doesn't care about ice hockey.
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Oct 10, 2014
(72)
So you're saying that the overwhelming majority of the world cares more about field hockey than ice hockey?
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Oct 10, 2014
(70)
I've never played ice hockey or even heard of anyone playing ice hockey. Where I'm from hockey is field hockey. But then, I'm English, and a girl who went to high school.
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Jul 14, 2016
(70)
joey is a little sharper than gandalf. Yes, it's true, maybe 180/196 countries in the world do not care about ice hockey. But 196/196 countries in the world do not care about field hockey.
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Jan 8, 2017
(34)
Got to agree! It should really be listed on here as ice hockey!
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Oct 9, 2014
I changed it to ice hockey even though it should be pretty obvious
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Oct 9, 2014
(31)
Floor hockey, road hockey also use pucks. That's three out of four hockeys (hockies?).
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Jun 3, 2015
(72)
Well, this was disappointingly easy...
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Oct 9, 2014
(60)
I would have to agree, I don't usually have over 3:30 left.
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Oct 9, 2014
(50)
QM, I'm pretty sure that Hollywood is TO the United States. The US is much more than Hollywood!
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Oct 9, 2014
Added the missing word
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Oct 9, 2014
(48)
I always enjoy taking analogies quizzes. Create more, please!
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Oct 9, 2014
(45)
I always thought 'caballeros' was the spanish term for 'cowboy'.
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Oct 9, 2014
(53)
"Caballero" kind of means "Horseback rider". "Vaquero" means "Cowboy", literally translated. But in South America, they have Gauchos.
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Oct 10, 2014
(71)
Remembered this from my high school days in the late 60s because gaucho pants were popular then.
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Feb 18, 2015
(55)
That is true, but in the Patagonia region they are actually called Bagualeros. If the clue had been "South American Cowboy", then Gaucho would be absolutely correct. Patagonian cowboy should be 'Bagualero' or it should at least be accepted as a possible right answer. It was the only one I missed mostly because I spent 3 minutes trying different spellings trying to get it right...
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Jan 8, 2017
(69)
Far too easy.
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Sep 4, 2015
(61)
What about bagaulero for the cowboy clue?
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Dec 3, 2015
(17)
20 with 2:09 remaining. Very good quiz!
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May 17, 2016
(68)
Can you accept lager for the Pilsner one as well as beer?
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Jan 1, 2017
(60)
I agree. I first put lager, because pilsner is a type of lager, which is a type of beer.
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Jan 8, 2017
(48)
In my mind it's right as it is, Earl grey is a type of flavoured tea which is a type of tea overall. Pilsner is a type of Lager which is a type of beer overall. Tea > Beer, it works.
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Jan 9, 2017
(44)
Dang gaucho cost me a perfect score!
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Jan 8, 2017
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Shouldn't Bombay be accepted for the Hollywood question? I mean Hollywood is an actual place and not slang. I'd get it if it said "Tinseltown" or "La-La Land" is to "Bollywood" etc.. Just saying (I live and work in Hollywood). Good quiz in any case
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Jan 8, 2017
(70)
The question is referring to the names of film industries in both respective countries. It doesn't matter whether they are actual places or not.
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Jan 8, 2017
(55)
tooo easyyy 10/10, 4 minutes to spare get on my level mad69doggg
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Jan 9, 2017
(33)
U2!
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Jan 9, 2017
(49)
Okay, so my question is this - why do so few people know what the term for twenty is, what with that whole "four score and seven years ago" thing? Really surprised me to see the percentage for that one!
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Jan 9, 2017
(72)
Context means a lot. People know what it means in the quote, but no one uses it regularly any more (or at all?).
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Jan 10, 2017
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20 is to?
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Jan 11, 2017
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I hate to be the one to burst y'all's bubble but Magneto killed JFK not all these other fools. Just ask Professor X.
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Jan 12, 2017
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Recently I got confused about "Kilimanjaro". Is that the name of the mountain range or of the mountain/volcano that has three different peaks? What is the difference between "mountain mass" and "mountain range"? Can somebody clear that up for me? Anyway, could you also accept "Kibo" as the name of the highest summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, which is therefore the highest peak in Africa?
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May 15, 2017
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