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Easiest JetPunk Answers #1

For each JetPunk quiz, name the answer that is guessed the highest percentage of the time.
According to JetPunk stats as of May 5, 2016
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First submittedOctober 27, 2013
Last updatedMay 5, 2016
Times taken36,431
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Quiz
Easiest Answer
Periodic Table Elements
Hydrogen
Most Common Last Names (US)
Smith
Shakespeare Plays
Romeo and Juliet
U.S. State Capitals
Sacramento
Asian Capitals
Tokyo
Books of the Bible
Genesis
Olympian Gods
Zeus
Original Pokemon
Pikachu
Constellations
Orion
Signs of the Chinese Zodiac
Dragon
Landlocked Countries
Mongolia
Quiz
Easiest Answer
Three Letter Body Parts
Eye
Apostles of Jesus
John
Biggest Cities in Africa
Cairo
Most Popular Types of Cheese
Cheddar
Popular Spices
Pepper
Orchestra Instruments
Violin
Four-Letter Countries
Peru
Beatles Songs
Let it Be
Highest Grossing Movies
(Inflation-Adjusted)
Titanic
Types of Wine Grape
Merlot
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level 69
Oct 30, 2013
Nice Quiz! I'd like to see more of these!
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level 73
Dec 10, 2013
I can NOT believe i got them all. Goes to show you that I'm apparently not very creative...
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level 52
Jan 5, 2014
Took me my entire list of Beatles songs I know before I finally got it. I don't get how "Let It Be" could be better known on JetPunk than "Yesterday" or "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" or "Eleanor Rigby". Although, no one ever lists off my personal favorite Beatles song: "Maxwell's Silver Hammer".
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level 50
Jan 5, 2014
I thought for sure it'd be "Hey Jude".
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level 49
Jan 5, 2014
I tried "All You Need Is Love", "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", and "Yellow Submarine", then gave it up as a lost cause.
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level 61
Jan 5, 2014
I mean...I don't understand the incredulity. Let It Be is one of their best-known songs. I thought it would be Hey Jude, but Let It Be was my second guess. You're obviously speaking as a Beatles fan. Yesterday...every casual Beatles fan knows that one, but people who aren't into the Beatles wouldn't necessarily know it (or know it's a Beatles song). Ditto for Eleanor Rigby. I Wanna Hold Your Hand is a good guess. Everyone knows Let It Be though. Also...Maxwell's Silver Hammer is your favorite? Seriously? That song is so cheesy.
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level 43
Jul 29, 2014
"Maxwell's Silver Hammer" isn't cheesy at all, so I don't see why you say that. Not even close to as cheesy as "Let It Be", "Yesterday", "Yellow Submarine", or "The Long and Winding Road". Not that "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" is remotely close to being my favorite Beatles song or anything. It's just not cheesy in any way at all.
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level 61
Nov 28, 2016
Maxwell's Silver Hammer, like most of the songs you listed, is one of Paul's "granny songs," as John Lennon used to call them. It's hokey. It sounds like children's music. I believe I even read somewhere that the reason Paul made the lyrics about Maxwell killing people is that he wanted to balance out the saccharine music with morbid lyrics. We could argue all day about what constitutes "cheesy," as it has no real definition...but I think Maxwell's Silver Hammer is a remarkably lame song.
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level 11
May 24, 2017
I really like the song Eleanor Rigby.
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level 72
Feb 3, 2014
If you look at that quiz, the first album on the top left is "Let it Be"...
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level 82
Dec 12, 2015
All you need is love, Let it be was my 2nd guess.
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level 62
Nov 28, 2016
My second guess too. My first guess was Yellow Submarine (I remember as a kid everyone in my class all belting it out together!)
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level 77
May 22, 2016
Let it be is really one of the most famous Beatles song, of course. It was my second guess after Yesterday. Furthermore, if you look at the Beatles Song quiz, the first thing you see in the answers' grid is the title of the album, Let it be...
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level 48
Nov 28, 2016
Bang Bang Maxwell's Silver hammer came down upon her head...bang bang Maxwell's Silver hammer made sure that she was dead
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level 51
Nov 28, 2016
considering im not a beatles fan, never have been, all ive heard of is like let it be, hey jude, elearnor rigby and a couple others
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level 56
Jun 12, 2019
You must be joking, Rachel.
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level 50
Jan 5, 2014
I can see people wasting their time, purposely going to these quizzes and skewing them so that this quiz has incorrect answers.
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level 77
Jan 5, 2014
That would be very time consuming as the results are only impacted by each user's first try. So you would have to create a new account every time you wanted to further influence the stats.
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level 55
Jan 5, 2014
(joooke)
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level 43
Jul 29, 2014
I think it's impacted by the user's best try, not his/her first try.
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level ∞
May 5, 2016
Nope, it's the first.
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level 72
Jul 8, 2018
With 140,000,000 times quizzes have been taken on this site, you'd be busy and bored.
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level 80
Jan 5, 2014
Great idea for a quiz!
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level 41
Jan 5, 2014
Orien should be accepted
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level 16
Jan 7, 2014
I JUST MADE A QUIZ JUST LIKE THIS! It is for the least common answers, but not TOO hard. They are all possible to get. Check it out!
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level 32
Feb 4, 2014
I guess there are some quizzes on this site meant for adults only...
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level 67
Oct 8, 2014
I can't believe the big dipper isn't the most guessed constellation. It even has an English name!
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level 76
Nov 9, 2015
Not everyone calls it the Big Dipper. I call it the Plough, some people call it a Saucepan, hobbits call it the Sickle, and the proper name is Ursa Major.
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level ∞
May 5, 2016
The Big Dipper is not a valid answer on that quiz
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level 83
May 12, 2016
The big dipper isn't a constellation, pedantically.
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level 43
Nov 4, 2014
I have to admit I lost interest in this quiz really fast...
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level 19
Dec 24, 2014
Awesome Quiz! For the four-lettered countries, I tried Iran Iraq Oman Mali and Chad, but I never thought of PERU!!!
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level 39
Dec 12, 2015
Meeee Toooooo!!!!
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level 48
Jul 31, 2018
I would say Laos.
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level 61
Apr 4, 2016
This could be one of the rare cases in which knowing less may be advantageous.
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level 77
May 22, 2016
Beijing and Tokyo now seem to be ex aequo at 94%.
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level 58
Aug 6, 2016
great. its like a version of Family Fortunes (or Family Feud in the US?)
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level 52
Aug 22, 2016
I managed not to get "Smith" for most common last names. I'm really worried about my brain's health right now.
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level 67
Jul 1, 2017
Don't get depressed, think positive. (It may be a good idea to change your jetpunk name for something more confident)
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level 47
Jul 2, 2017
Me too! I think my mind went blank.
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level 69
Nov 28, 2016
Three letter body part I tried arm leg and ear then gave up I'm an idiot
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level 45
Nov 28, 2016
Only missed 'let it be', how annoying!
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level 45
Nov 28, 2016
I am ashamed of my fellow jetpunkers for putting in "Titanic" instead of, say, a real movie like Gone with the Wind or even Star Wars.
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level 40
Nov 28, 2016
Why is Sacramento the capital that first comes to mind for most people? I always miss it when I take that quiz.
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level 61
Nov 28, 2016
My guess would be sheer population numbers. People are most likely to know the capital of their home state, even if they don't know any other state capitals. California has the most people, hence Sacramento is the capital that the largest group of people is guaranteed to know.
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level 77
Nov 29, 2016
I think Sacramento is one of the most famous state capitals, especially for the non-americans. I would have thought Boston and Atlanta would be guessed the most though.
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level 59
Nov 30, 2016
I had no idea Sacramento even was a state capital. I was guessing New York, Boston, Atlanta etc. Which strikes me that I also don't know if those are capitals, just the biggest city I associate with that state.
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level 61
Jun 13, 2019
I think most non-americans have never heard of sacramento.. (and just tried big names without knowing if they were capitals or not NY, LA, san francisco, chicago, boston, miami, washington I think those are the most known ones)
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level 67
May 12, 2017
Make a bunch more of this type of quiz and then do a quiz for the most popular answers in those.
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level 32
Jul 2, 2017
was i the only person who cried laughing when i typed in pepper
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level 56
Jul 3, 2017
Probably
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level 14
Jun 2, 2018
I only got 16 XD
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level 48
Jul 31, 2018
Romeo and Juliet? Seriously? Why not Hamlet?
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level 61
Jun 13, 2019
I thought macbeth
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level 40
Sep 9, 2018
Sacramento ? Really ???
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level 79
Nov 30, 2018
I don't get it either. I tried Boston then Atlanta then just started trying the capitals of the largest states until I hit Sacramento.
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level 61
May 9, 2019
I'm sure about anyone knows California when it comes to U.S. states - geography geek or not. And if you look at a map it's one of the three states on the Eastcoast - the far left if you will. Considering that, I'm sure more people know Sacramento than Olympia or Salem as a state capital.
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level 61
Jun 13, 2019
Now why would anybody look at a map (out of the blue)
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level 61
Jun 13, 2019
Quite tough with the time restraint.. it is easy to panic or freeze up. Or get stuck to long on one question. I missed 5, never would ve gotten sacramento or cheddar. Would ve eventually gotten peru let it be and merlot. I think I nearly tried every 4 letter country and winegrape allready besides the right one.
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level 61
Jun 13, 2019
Btw I never thought/realized cheddar was actually cheese, I thought it was some kind of american processed cheese or cheese analogue. I only know cheddar as siglepackaged soft orange slices. (like this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kraft_Singles) I thought that WAS cheddar, atleast that is how it is sold here. Now I know cheddar (originally) is a hard cheese from the uk sometimes coloured to be orange but not necessarily. (instead of salty orange goo, which to me hardly has much resemblance to cheese as I know it)