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April Fools' Quiz #4

Can you guess the 100% factual answers to these questions?
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Last updatedFebruary 16, 2019
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Question
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In what country were fortune cookies invented?
China
What is the word for a young horse?
Pony
What was the capital of the Incan Empire?
Machu Picchu
What is blue when inside your body, only becoming red when exposed to air?
Blood
What type of cells are killed by alcohol consumption?
Brain
What non-violent leader overturned apartheid?
Nelson Mandela
Petroleum is made from the remains of what creatures?
Dinosaurs
What's the most popular brand of beer in Australia?
Foster's
What spicy green paste can be found at most sushi restaurants?
Wasabi
What is vodka usually made from?
Potatos
What well-known brand of cookies did Hydrox blatantly copy?
Oreos
Who invented the lightbulb while working for Edison - but had his invention stolen?
Nikola Tesla
Who was the first European to discover North America?
Christopher Columbus
What country's capital is Monte Carlo?
Monaco
What brand of cream-filled desert has a shelf life of over 100 years?
Twinkie
In what modern-day country would you find the birthplace of Alexander the Great?
Macedonia
Who was the first person to be born by Caesarean section?
Julius Caesar
What country does Häagen-Dazs ice cream come from?
Denmark
What common Medieval torture device was a metal cabinet with spikes on the inside?
Iron Maiden
What type of word should one never end a sentence with?
Preposition
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level 73
May 30, 2014
Misspelled Potatoes. Also, there are a few of these that I have been fooled on myself. I always thought Carver DID invent Peanut Butter and Wasabi WAS the spicy paste. I guess I've been April Fooled.
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level 77
Jun 10, 2014
I think the idea is that what most of the world thinks is wasabi is actually just horseradish with green food coloring because it is so hard to come by.
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level 84
Nov 13, 2014
real wasabi paste is white. wasabi is green on the outside but white on the inside
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level 77
Dec 15, 2014
So why is the answer incorrect? I've been to probably 200 sushi restaurants in many different countries around the world... maybe 2 of them didn't have wasabi... and of the ones who did have it, 195 were green. Going to try looking it up...
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level 75
Jan 29, 2015
stevediverse has it completely backwards. Wasabi is green. A common substitute outside of Japan is horseradish, which is white, and green food colouring is added to make it look like wasabi.
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level 69
Apr 1, 2015
@ kalbahamut, real wasabi is extremely expensive. Unless all of the sushi restaurants you've been to have been 5 star gourmet restaurants, you were probably eating what fuanacdc described.
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level 77
Apr 1, 2015
But it's still called wasabi.
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level 32
Apr 1, 2015
it's sold as wasabi. If I stick a BMW badge on a Skoda, and say it's a BMW, it doesn't make it a BMW
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level 77
Apr 1, 2015
Wasabi is a trademarked brand?
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level 61
Apr 1, 2015
@Kalbahamut Wasabi is an actual plant. What is sold as wasabi isn't actually from the wasabi plant. It is fake wasabi made out of horseradish.
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level 77
Apr 4, 2015
Alright, whatever.
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level 35
Apr 18, 2015
The "wasabi" in the Japanese restaurants is actually horseradish. Heck it even says that it's Japanese horseradish on the tube. Except on the tube, Japanese= regular
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level 77
Apr 20, 2015
If they have to designate that it is "Japanese horseradish," as opposed to simply "horseradish," does that not imply that it is something other than horseradish? Sort of like how when I was at a Korean restaurant the first time and the waitress was explaining what to do with the lettuce, and explained it as "Korean taco"... we weren't actually making tacos. I buy the rest of what has already been said but I don't think jacky's comment did anything to shore up the "it's not wasabi" argument. It also often says "wasabi" on the container, without feeling the need to put a clarifying adjective before it.
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
Wasabi and Japanese horseradish are the same thing. Maybe this a question that only works in America. I'd be doubtful that in countries with decent consumer protection laws that restaurants would be allowed to lie about the food they were serving. @cweisens, everyone in the thread knows that it's an April Fool's quiz. That's the point of the discussion.
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level 77
Nov 14, 2017
been to 61 countries now... haven't visited one where the sushi restaurants didn't call what they were serving you wasabi.
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level 46
Mar 24, 2018
I can say I'm George Bush if I want. It doesn't mean I am George Bush. Horseradish with food coloring can be called wasabi, it is NOT wasabi.
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level 57
Jun 15, 2018
By this argument sweets commonly known as marshmallows should not be described as such. Marshmallow is a plant that "marshmallows" are not made out of any more. If you are being sold a marshmallow you will really get sugar solution that has been subjected to a raising agent. Hence it is not a marshmallow. I don't agree with this argument and for that reason I also believe that the wasabi question belongs on the quiz. There is nothing wrong with saying "this is wasabi but it is not made from the wasabi plant".
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level 57
Jun 15, 2018
And doomstroyer, if you changed your name to George Bush you would be George Bush. You wouldn't be either of the former presidents, but you would still be George Bush.
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level 57
Aug 17, 2018
Whoops, I meant the question does NOT belong on the quiz.
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level 75
Oct 25, 2018
I see this question is still on the quiz. Sushi restaurants in Japan serve wasabi paste, and it is real wasabi. Sushi joints outside Japan use real wasabi too; while some restaurants may cheap out and use a substitute, it's a huge stretch to claim that "most" sushi restaurants in the world do not, especially in the absence of data to back this claim. I wonder how many sushi restaurants there are in Japan compared to the rest of the world for example. The clue could at least be changed to say "most sushi restaurants in the US;" though that is still highly speculative, at least it is not dead wrong. Or better yet, "What is the spicy green paste served in cheap sushi restaurants?" or "What is the spicy green paste served in cheap sushi restaurants outside Japan?" So cumbersome it's not terribly worth it....but the clue and answer do not belong on an April Fools Quiz the way they stand. Signed, an avid horseradish and wasabi lover :)
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level 72
Dec 18, 2018
It's as fake as calling a plain old chocolate a truffle and marking the price at 4 bucks or painting pollock red and calling it crab meat in the chain store or Chinese joint.
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level 57
Jan 31, 2019
... except that it is so commonly done that the word has taken on a new meaning. It's now as fake as calling a plain old sugar solution subjected to a raising agent a "marshmallow".
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level 77
Apr 1, 2019
I get a lot of chocolate truffles, too. and probably none of them contained any real fungi. I agree with TWM03. What about calling a condom a rubber? Is that not valid either because they're made out of latex? How about a question that says "who do you call to fix a leaky pipe?" answer: plumber, included on such a quiz under the rationale that pipes are no longer made out of lead and therefore the person coming to fix them is really an aeriser, or steeler, or plasticer... but not a plumber.
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level 63
Apr 1, 2019
I makes me think if a cheap Japanese with fake wasabi still counts as a Japanese one. Copying the appearance just don't make the cut for me.
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level 72
Jun 5, 2014
Wright Bros from Ohio
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level 72
Jun 29, 2014
Maybe this is the April Fool! They only travelled to North Carolina to make the first flights.
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level 48
Jul 9, 2014
Wait, people think that Tesla invented the lightbulb? I know that he had disagreements with Edison, but as far as I understand it was mostly about the alternating vs. direct current argument, and nothing to do with lightbulbs.
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level 77
Apr 1, 2015
I thought the answer to that one was actually Edisons assistant, whose name I've forgotten . I never knew people thought tesla invented it. Though I have seen the meme s about tesla being awesome and Edison sucking .
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level 67
Apr 1, 2015
I was confused at that as well. I always liked Tesla, but I never thought there was a misconception about him inventing the light bulb - only about him inventing a death ray.
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level 54
Apr 1, 2015
I'm also surprised that people think Tesla invented the light bulb. And Edison's real competition was Westinghouse! Talk about a feud!
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level 77
Sep 5, 2014
I think somewhere else you said that fortune cookies were an American invention. According to this page they're actually from Japan. Good page... lots of potential material there you could use on April Fools #5
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level 77
Dec 15, 2014
Though you already used the Canada/moose question before and... who thinks that a young horse is a pony?? I never heard that before.
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level 76
Apr 1, 2015
I've heard it lots of times. And that all wasps are bees, and steers are young cows, and all chickens say cockadoodle-do - plenty more material for the next quiz just from the animal kingdom alone.
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level 70
Sep 17, 2016
I tried horselet.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Perhaps not if you ask the question what is a young horse. But if you ask what is a pony... Most people dont realize it is not a small horse but a specific breed, untill they are adults. And it is a misconception that is uphold and copied even by some adults.. (with names as pony club) not like some other silly (but logical..) things real small kids think. Cant think of one right now.

Only can think of, that the sun is called moon at night.. but I meant even more obvious wrong ones that noone over 4 think is true, cause the moon thing might be thought by some up to 8yo..

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level 32
Apr 15, 2015
i also thought that aswell
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level 69
Oct 18, 2014
And the capital of Monaco is Monaco or Monaco-Ville.
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
I thought it was San Marino.
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level 70
Sep 17, 2016
Nope, Vatican City is the capital of San Marino.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
You are all wrong, it is montevideo
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level 76
Oct 27, 2014
Wow, 6 months later and people are still posting corrections to an April Fool's quiz.
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level 59
Mar 3, 2015
Objection! A pony is not a young horse, a pony is a small horse. Foal, Colt, or Filly would have been correct answers.
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level 58
Mar 20, 2015
And another six months on and it happens again!
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level 77
Apr 1, 2015
You sure?
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
Hilarious. People don't even bother to read the comment that immediately proceeds theirs.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Or read the questions of the quiz, surely they cant think they are ALL true, if one or two slips by I could understand.

Didnt know the vodka thing myself (and vaguely heard stuff about iron maiden and twinkie not being true, but if it would have been on a(nother) quiz I wouldnt have made a comment that they were wrong)

Especially the blood question is the most obvious, and it is at the beginning aswell (on purpose?) so it not like you only would realise it near the end..

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level 70
Sep 17, 2016
Overruled!
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level 58
Mar 20, 2015
I didn't get the Wright Brothers one because I know much more solidly that the brothers were from Dayton, Ohio than I knew that Kitty Hawk is in NC. I actually thought it might be in New York state! (I'm from UK, so it's not so bad).
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level 56
Apr 1, 2015
You do realize it's an april fools quiz
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
The fact that he does is discernible from his comment.
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level 67
Sep 6, 2018
That's what they're saying: they knew the ACTUAL right answer but didn't know what the WRONG answer was that the quiz was looking for.
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level 71
Apr 2, 2019
New category: people who just knee-jerk post, "DUH! IT'S AN APRIL FOOL'S JOKE!!!" to every inquiry, regardless of what a careful reading of it would reveal.
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level 54
Apr 1, 2015
Kitty Hawk was the name of their plane, not the town where they flew. The flight was in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. I remember that name because it's badass.
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level 72
Dec 18, 2018
Kitty Hawk was the nearby town at the time. It's all developed now.
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level 67
Jan 22, 2019
Yes, Kitty Hawk was the nearest town, even if they weren't technically in the town itself. Their plane, though, was called the Wright Flyer.
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level 68
Apr 1, 2015
Good quiz and some of the comments are very entertaining
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level 43
Apr 1, 2015
How is beer 'popularity' measured? In reality, the most popular beer by far in Australia is XXXX Gold or Victoria Bitter. Foster's would struggle to make the top 20.
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level 60
Apr 1, 2015
A pony is not a young horse. A pony is a small horse that measures less than 14 hands in height.
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level 66
Apr 1, 2015
Oh, come on! If not for the other comments, at least read the goddamn title of the quiz you're taking. And afterwards check the calendar. (Unless, you're trolling in which case - well done!)
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level 74
Apr 1, 2015
Someone is obviously from the Dan Quayle school of spelling.
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level 76
Apr 1, 2015
Maybe that's another April Fool's joke.
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level 54
Apr 1, 2015
Vintage burn!
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level 76
Apr 1, 2015
Just thinking out loud, perhaps some of the exasperating comments might be coming from people who have no earthly idea what April Fools' Day means. I know it's widely celebrated, but not in every country of the world.
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level 77
Apr 1, 2015
They've got 20 different questions to figure it out, though. And typically they only criticize one or two.
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level 49
Apr 1, 2015
Are you sure about the petroleum answers - I'm pretty sure it is the decomposed remains of a variety of plants and animals, not just dinosaurs
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
You know how bat poo is black? Pterodactyl poo.
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level 70
Sep 17, 2016
Could you imagine what it must've been like in pre-historic times to have a pterodactyl poo on your windshield while you were driving? MAN, that must've been dangerous.
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level 72
Dec 18, 2018
They must've looked cool on the Thanksgiving table.
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level 59
Apr 1, 2015
You have to be a genius to even come up with stuff like this. For example, what on earth is Häagen-Dazs? (I come from Northern Europe, so I don't know that many American products.) How could vodka, a European beverage, possibly have been made from "potatos", especially since it was already brewed in the 8th/9th century? Judging from the other questions, though, it looks like you have plenty of material for future April Fools' quizzes.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Most of western europe has it. For some reason not in norway or denmark. (also roughly speaking not in the baltic and former soviet countries)

Distribution map

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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Funny how the brand pretended to be danish is not sold in denmark, would it be a deliberate decision? haha
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level 83
Apr 1, 2015
Truly, the best part of these April Fools quizzes are the comments.
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level 61
Jan 2, 2017
Absolutely!
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level 57
Apr 1, 2015
Quizmaster: You should somehow manipulate the website so that whenever a user completes the April Fool's Day quiz a window pops up that says "Congratulations So-and-so, you've reached Level 2!"
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level 56
Apr 1, 2015
Blood is always red. It is the vein that is blue. The idea that blood becomes red when it comes into contact with air is false because we inhale AIR that goes into our blood stream to reach our muscles. Your quiz has inaccurate data, this is only one example.
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level 72
Dec 18, 2018
1 of 20 to be precise.
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level 7
Apr 1, 2015
People do know fortune cookies were invented in America right? and then sold as Chinese fortune cookie. Also you know those 'Chinese' restaurants you go to that half the stuff they serve isn't actually traditional Chinese's food eg. they serve you chicken heads China but I have never see that on a menu in the UK
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level 80
Mar 15, 2017
Did you ever see Chickity China, the Chinese chicken on a menu? I wouldn't order it, you have a drumstick and your brain stops tickin'.
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level 42
Apr 1, 2015
WROOOOOONG! CAPITAL OF MONACO= MONACO MONTECARLO: LARGER QUARTIER
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
OMG!! SHUT THIS WEBSITE DOWN!!!!11
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
yes, but blood IS actually blue...

though for a fun fact, look up horseshoe crab and its blood.

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level 61
Apr 2, 2015
I wish there was some way to attach the REAL right answers after finishing the quiz. This was great, though! I had actually thought Macedonia was the right answer. Now I gotta go look it up.
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level 77
Apr 2, 2015
The historical region of Macedonia included all of present-day Macedonia as well as a large chunk of Greece and smaller parts of Bulgaria, Albania, Serbia and Kosovo. Alexander of Macedon was born in Pella, the ancient capital, and currently a city within the borders of Greece.
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level 71
Apr 2, 2019
D'oh! Time for another country update, because now they're North Macedonia. I mean, if you want to keep the answers accurately wrong :-) But if you're gonna keep that misspelling of potatoes in there, I think it should follow some sort of Dan Quayle question.
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level ∞
Apr 2, 2019
This quiz is already 100% correct.
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level 14
Apr 2, 2015
fortune cookies wereb't invented in china but rather japan
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level 59
Apr 2, 2015
A pony is NOT a young horse; a pony is a horse below a certain height. A young horse is a foal.
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
After reading so far down in the comments, you begin to lose hope in humanity.
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level 35
Mar 10, 2017
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level 47
Apr 2, 2015
The capital of Monaco is actually Monaco... no joke! They need to change the answer from Monte Carlo to Monaco as the capital.
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level 28
Feb 13, 2018
No way! Tell me more .
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level 38
Apr 17, 2015
Fortune cookies were not invented in China. They were made in the US. If you actually went to China or even Taiwan, it would only be the American Chinese resteraunts that serve fortune cookies. Please get your facts right!
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
Please get yours right.
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level 28
Feb 27, 2018
I see.
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level 65
Apr 21, 2015
Are there people on this website who genuinely don't get this quiz, or are they all using really subtle sarcasm that I'm not picking up on?
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
What if April Fool's is an April Fool and we've been the April Fools all along?
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level 53
Aug 23, 2017
Mind blown.
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level 64
Jun 30, 2015
I am with whoever said that the comments are the most entertaining part of this quiz. Especially the 47th one exclaiming that a pony isn't a young horse. Not only do people not read the title, they apparently don't read any of the comments either. It's a hoot!
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level 72
Dec 18, 2018
...And the next 3 new comments directly below yours were....every synonym for young horse....
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
I guess it is something they have recently learned and want to show off? thus rushing to make the comment that, ironically, makes them feel smart.
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level 59
Jul 29, 2015
a foal or colt or filly are all young horses a pony is something different all together and will never grow to a full sized horse
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level 39
Aug 30, 2015
Congratulations! You must be the sixth or seventh person to say this. Have you really not read the comments above, that tell you to look at the title of the quiz? Don't you understand the meaning of April Fools Day? Hilarious.
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level 61
Jul 12, 2017
No, a pony is DEFINITELY a baby horse ... and a Chihuahua is a baby Great Dane .. and a centipede is a baby millipede .. and a wallaby is a baby kangaroo !!
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
The chihuahua is not true. But a sealion is a baby walrus. And a hare is an adult rabbit. There are so much more like these (that people might mistakenly think are two species but actually is one), but we re in a heatwave atm, so cant think..
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level 50
Nov 20, 2015
I'm not a horse expert, but I know that ponies and horses are different. A pony is simply a smaller horse, not a young horse. A young horse could be considered a colt, foal or yearling.
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level 30
Jun 23, 2016
Dude... Read the other comments, and the title of the quiz.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
and the questions
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level 58
Jan 1, 2016
Pony is not a young horse, a pony is a type of horse. A foal or colt is a young horse.
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level 64
Dec 12, 2017
Congratulations. You are the one millionth idiot to have said that
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level 30
Oct 27, 2018
He or she isn't an idiot if it's true.
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level 71
Apr 2, 2019
Actually, he's an idiot because his "correction" isn't even quite right!
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level 60
Jan 12, 2016
A pony is not a young horse, it is a beaver
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level 62
Apr 1, 2016
Holy crap, there are like three in a row. Seriously.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
seriously.. I think you completely read over the joke... Cause I didnt see three beavers in a row..
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level 71
Jun 10, 2016
Not only is a pony a beaver, it's the national animal of Canada.
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level 28
Feb 27, 2018
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level 51
Sep 24, 2016
Häagen-Dazs is from the United States.
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level 80
Mar 15, 2017
Nope, it's Croatian. Just made up from all their left over vowels.
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level 71
Mar 17, 2017
If I'd been drinking I'd have spat it all over my screen reading this comment. Muahahahaha! :-D
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level 71
Apr 2, 2019
This is obviously wrong. Everybody knows Croatians don't have any vowels to spare.
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level 40
Apr 18, 2018
The original was made on Jupiter.
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level 72
Oct 16, 2016
It's not a Pony!! How about Foal or Colt
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level 73
Jan 25, 2017
How about fool or dolt?
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level 61
Jul 12, 2017
LOL !!
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level 53
Nov 12, 2017
This is my favorite comment on April Fools' quizzes.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
wow I ve never heard of that word. Like to learn new things :) those it is not often I came across a new word (that isnt lingo specefic to some type of job/field) if it is once a year it is a lot.

similar root as the dutch dolt//dollen> to mess/joke around. And dol, mad, crazy. And apparenly where the dull, not sharp comes from. (might ve thought the other way around, that the vague/ abstract description crazy, comes from a more practical word of being not sharp)

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level 43
Aug 3, 2017
I think they're called horselings.
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level 39
Jun 16, 2018
...or horselets...definitely not pony!...unfair...
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level 30
Oct 27, 2018
X-D they're not called horselings or horselets. They're called foals, colts, or fillys. X-D
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Horsie, right?
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level 40
Oct 25, 2016
Actually Leif Erikson from Iceland discovered America well before Christopher Columbus. Leif Erikson was born in c.970 to c.1020 and discovered it but didn't colonies it, hence why he is unknown of. So he discovered it before Christopher Colombus's great great grandparents were born.
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level 80
Mar 15, 2017
No no, Leif wasn't popular as a teen idol until the 1970s. At least until he got high and crashed his car.
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level 71
Mar 23, 2017
KataJ, your entire post is unacceptable, because you ended a sentence with a preposition.
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level 70
Oct 4, 2017
I know, right? In my entire life, I have never, EVER, used a preposition to end a sentence with!
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level 64
Sep 6, 2018
That something up with which I will not put!
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level 72
Dec 18, 2018
I've never in my entire life heard the phrase "unknown of".
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
So it has been unknown of to you?
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level 79
Jan 29, 2017
The most amazing part of the comments to this quiz is that people are only complaining about one or two being wrong. Yikes!
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level 70
Mar 15, 2017
I enjoy that "potatos" is spelled the Dan Quayle way.
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level 77
Jan 20, 2019
You mean the reverse of the Dan Quayle way, right?
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level 71
Apr 2, 2019
Well, the way Dan Quayle *would've* spelled it, if they hadn't shuffled him out right after he stuck his foot in his potatoe.
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level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Dont know anything about this reference, but now I cant get the word pota- toe out of my head. No idea what pota is though, but apparently it has toes..
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level 80
Mar 15, 2017
To go with the Sahara Dessert in the previous quiz, now we have a Cream-filled Desert.
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level 71
Apr 2, 2019
Nice catch! I didn't notice dessert there, or desert here! It's a lovely touch, Quizmaster. That little extra je ne sais quoi.
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level ∞
Apr 2, 2019
Merci beaucoup.
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level 56
Mar 15, 2017
Regarding potatoes and wasabi, what are the actual answers? Is vodka the product of any kind of distilling?
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level 61
Mar 16, 2017
If I'm not mistaken a green horseradish mix is often sold as a Wasabi (Surrogate).
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level 73
Mar 15, 2017
Well done with the phrasing of the last question. Very funny.
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level 68
Feb 3, 2018
Yes, it's the sort of grammar up with which we should not put!
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level 62
Mar 16, 2017
Häagen-Dazs is from the United Statesaccording to Wikipedia! Fix, please!
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level 71
Mar 17, 2017
Lol, Kiwirage, I saw your comments on previous April's fools quizzes since yesterday and actually thought you were serious. I couldn't quite understand since I knew you'd been on this site for a long time (as your score proves too). Kudos for this link ;)
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level 53
Aug 23, 2017
Nicely done.
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level 71
Apr 2, 2019
That will never get old. Seriously. The best April Fool's prank in history. (I mean YouTube, not kiwirage, although I think kiwirage is pretty awesome too, so no offense!)
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level ∞
Apr 2, 2019
Is it weird that I watched the entire video?
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level 70
Mar 16, 2017
I learned very early in life that Twinkies do have expiration dates. Trust me when I say that it is the worst thing you will ever taste. I couldn't get enough of them before that bite. I've never eaten another since -- that's been some 40 years.
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level 53
Nov 12, 2017
I haven't eaten a Twinkie before, and don't plan on it.
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level 72
Dec 18, 2018
I had one 5 years out of date once. It still looked like food, just like a MacDonald's French fry stops decomposition when it cools to 70° the first time and you find an undated example in every used car if you dig hard enough.
Anyway, yeah it was not "fresh" by any stretch.
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level 83
Mar 17, 2017
"What type of word should one never end a sentence with?" LOL, I see what you did there.
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level 70
Mar 18, 2017
Alexander the Great was born in ancient Pela a city that is in Greek borders since the birth of Alexander the Great ,Macedonia is the southern part of former Yugoslavia and the name is not official yet for the time being the correct name of, Macedonia is FYROM Former Yogoslavian Republic of Macedonia
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level 77
Nov 14, 2017
Pella was within the borders of Greece ever since the birth of Alexander? Really? So.. Alexander was born after 1913? Because that's when Pella passed into the hands of Greece from Bulgaria, after previously being under the control of the Ottomans. That's interesting. I thought Alexander was much older than that. Learn something new (i.e. invented) from nationalist propaganda every day...
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level 46
May 16, 2017
some of these are wrong
+4
level 30
Oct 19, 2017
They are ALL wrong
+5
level 64
Oct 30, 2017
Just some of them?
+1
level 23
Jul 18, 2017
Haagen-Dazs ice cream actually originated from Bronx, New York.
+7
level 35
Mar 26, 2018
Who else thinks that everybody posting dumb comments on this quiz should have their JetPunk levels reset to zero?
+1
level 50
Aug 11, 2018
+1
+1
level 72
Dec 18, 2018
Meh, I'd puff them up to Level 72 and a true ALL CAPS welcome. It's not like they get any usable site access with the # beside the name.
+1
level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Maybe subtract one level per letter.
+1
level 23
Jul 18, 2017
Wait, are some of these joke answers?
+4
level 30
Oct 19, 2017
They are ALL joke answers
+1
level 23
Jul 18, 2017
Oh wow, I am insanely dumb. Yada yada yada, April Fools' Quiz made in March. Only half of them are right.
+5
level 67
Jan 31, 2018
Nope, none of them are right.
+1
level 22
Nov 23, 2017
Australia's favourite beer is 100% not Foster's, I am Australian and it is rarely sold here. Just an American stereotype
+3
level 35
Mar 26, 2018
Hooray, clowns!
+1
level 45
Aug 11, 2018
or bristish as its one of the most popular beers here
+2
level 67
Jan 31, 2018
Oh god, I'm an informal science educator and I run into that "blood is blue inside the body" crap all the time. From both students AND teachers!
+1
level 61
Jul 25, 2019
seriously?? I wouldnt think anyone above 4 would think that, Well actually I dont see how anyone could think that..
+1
level 46
Feb 21, 2018
A young horse is a foal, filly or colt NOT a pony, a pony is a small horse. It has been proven that Alcohol does NOT kill brain cells just slows the growth of new ones.
+1
level 40
Apr 18, 2018
Oh dear, another one.
+1
level 71
Apr 2, 2019
What annoys me is that they only harp on about foals and colts, and forget poor fillies. I'm going to start calling them out on their misogynequiny.
+1
level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Yea, really weird that 90% of the focus is on that one..
+1
level 39
Jun 16, 2018
...not even a small horse, actually...but who's counting!...
+3
level 73
Mar 13, 2018
What amazes me, reading the comments (besides how stupid people can be) is how much people know about ponies. "They're at most 14.2 hands tall, guys!"
+1
level 39
Jun 16, 2018
...as any fool knows a pony's head is smaller in proportion to its body than a horse's head is to its body...a falabella is a horse but a very small one as it can be picked up and put in your pocket...it's a pocket sized horse, not a pony which is £25, now i come to think of it...unlike a monkey which is £500...and is neither a horse nor a pony...ok?...
+10
level 57
May 21, 2018
Like half of these are wrong. Fortune cookies are from The United Republic of the Vatican City and Greenland, a young horse is a teenneigher, alcohol cells are killed when you consume them too, petroleum is made of dragons not dinosaurs, you should never end a sentence with any word you end it with a comma, Monte Carlo is the capital of Mongolia, I invented the lightbulb, and I also discovered North America, the correct plural of potato is potati,
+5
level 73
Aug 16, 2018
I especially like teenneigher :-D
+1
level 71
Apr 2, 2019
Ooo! And if Groot were part pony, he'd be a treeneigher!
+1
level 61
Jul 25, 2019
I thought the correct capital of the incan empre was cairo (or gizeh) you know like a oversees territory where they got the pyriamds from.

But seriously, bintang is the most popular beer in australia. (Btw I just found out a small beer is called a pony in australia haha) The spicy green paste has to be pesto. Cook discovered north america. And one should obviously never end a sentence with a swear word.

+1
level 45
Aug 3, 2018
By far the worst quiz on this site. So many wrong answers
+3
level 73
Aug 16, 2018
One of the best quizzes on this site - reveals how many people are willing to write comments but don't spend the time to read comments
+1
level 59
Jan 22, 2019
Kilnumb: And so some are right, then?
+1
level 45
Aug 11, 2018
IRON MAIDENS WERE ACTUALLY INVENTED IN THE 19TH CENTURY AND DESCRIBED AS MEDIEVAL TORTURE INSTRUMENTS WHEN THEY ACTUALLY DIDNT EXIST UNTIL ABOUT 1850
+3
level 73
Aug 16, 2018
THANKS FOR LETTING US KNOW - WE'RE ALL VERY GREATFUL THAT YOU PUT US RIGHT ON THAT AND IT DIDN'T MAKE YOU LOOK FOOLISH AT ALL
+5
level 72
Dec 18, 2018
ACTUALLY THEY FORMED IN THE 1970s AND STILL TOUR OCCASIONALLY.
+2
level 49
Aug 11, 2018
Machu Picchu was not actually the capital of the Incan Empire, Cuzco (or Cusco, if you spell it that way) was. Machu Picchu is just the most ICONIC remnant of the empire. That doesn't make it the capital.
+5
level 69
Sep 6, 2018
Many logic, much wow
+1
level 50
Aug 11, 2018
4 years? 4 years and people are still missing the fact that all of the answers are wrong, they are meant to be wrong. Purposely they were given the wrong answer to the questions. The quiz is the April Fool's day quiz, anyone who spends time correcting the answers to try and show some sort of intellectual superiority are the fools. FOOLS, FOOLS, FOOLS, up and down the comment section, you should all have your levels reset to 0 and have to start over for your lack of attention to detail on a joke quiz.
+1
level 61
Jul 25, 2019
"Your message has been unread"
+1
level 85
Aug 13, 2018
From quick glance over some of the 200+ statements, it is quite funny how a lot of people have a serious gripe or dispute over ONE of these answers, suggesting they actually think the other 19 are correct (notwithstanding that they don't get the point of the quiz)!
+1
level 67
Sep 6, 2018
There're a lot of people correcting the pony and the fortune cookies and such, but it's interesting to see which questions HAVEN'T been corrected. Unless I'm mistaken, I haven't seen anyone try to "correct the questions about Nelson Mandela, Julius Caesar, and prepositions. I wonder if that means those are the most widely believed of these answers? Or if those questions just don't attract the sort of super-pedants that the others do?
+3
level 30
Oct 27, 2018
Oh, god, I didn't even realize that it was an april fools quiz. I'm super organized and I think that everything has to be correct, these kinds of quizzes make my brain go nuts
+1
level 71
Apr 2, 2019
Ya know, HPaddict, I am very proud of you for admitting your brain fart. I am pretty sure that everyone else who did that was so embarrassed that they just deleted their entire accounts and started fresh with new usernames. To you, HPaddict, I tip my hat in respect. I mean, I would, if I was actually wearing a hat. So it's a metaphorical hat. You get the idea.
+3
level 72
Dec 18, 2018
Vodka is distilled horseradish.
+3
level 64
Jan 22, 2019
Vodka is distilled wasabi!
+4
level 73
Mar 3, 2019
Vodka is distilled spaghetti
+1
level 61
Jul 25, 2019
Blasphemy!
+1
level 46
Jan 22, 2019
It's been very entertaining to read this comments section. So many folks obviously don't get the point of the quiz and then see only one or two things wrong with it, and that's amazing in itself. But not only that--there's way more people who feel obligated to reply to those comments with their own snarky comeback pointing out the idiocy of whoever tried to correct an answer. You literally can't leave any of those comments alone!
+1
level 59
Mar 20, 2019
lol danish doesnt even use umlauts they use ø and æ
+1
level 27
Jun 2, 2019
lol a pony is not a young horse its a small horse a young horse would either be a foal, filly, colt, or perhaps a yearling
+2
level 73
Jun 26, 2019
*sigh* still?
+1
level 61
Jul 25, 2019
*neigh* still..
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