Also, Cyprus… Europe…
I was super confused then realized it's an April Fool's quiz lol
I am Canadian and I missed this answer because it has never occurred to me to associate boxing day with the sport of boxing. Facepalm when I saw it.
Kudos, Quizmaster. The April Fools quizzes must be very hard to compose.
an expert of insects is an entomologist
And what's with the Mexico question? Is the reason it's on here supposed to be that Mexico is not a part of Central America? Because if you just google Central America map about 20-25% of the results include it. I don't think there's a canonical Central America that specifically and authoritatively excludes Mexico any more than there's a canonical Middle East that includes or excludes Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt, or Armenia. It's a bit open to interpretation.
At least there are 5 or 6 questions which are totally wrong!! Transylvania instead of Tasmania???
Americas a country??
1. Serbia, as Nikola Tesla invented everything.
2. If there are two of them, hexadecapus. If there are more than that it depends.
4. Foolish men
5. Cambridge Analytica
7. Hiroshima and Nagasaki
8. One study I saw lead me to believe it was Loafers Glory, North Carolina.
11. Cape Town
12. Valentine's Day
13. The Andromeda Galaxy
15. The flamingo
16. Any country where people are supposed to be wurpers but can't be bothered
17. Donald Trump
18. Synchronised diving
20. A shoe which has been split in half just by you putting your foot into it.
Cape Agulhas is the southernmost point of Africa.
You might want to correct that.
Tasmania belongs to Australia.
Mexico is technically North America - not Central. (NAFTA might be a hint)
People believe this stuff -- Let's not misinform children who take these quizzes.