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Famous Foursomes Quiz

Guess the missing members of these famous groups of 4.
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Last updated: August 28, 2018
First submittedJune 8, 2010
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Famous Foursome
John, Paul, George & Ringo
Matthew, Mark, Luke & John
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme
Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello & Raphael
Something Old, Something New,
Something Borrowed, Something Blue
North, South, East & West
England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland
Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter
Hearts, Diamonds, Spades & Clubs
Famous Foursome
Sweet, Salty, Bitter & Sour
Air, Fire, Earth & Water
Choleric, Melancholic, Phlegmatic & Sanguine
Atlantic, Pacific, Indian & Arctic
Australian Open, French Open,
Wimbledon & US Open
Cumulus, Stratus, Cirrus & Cumulonimbus
Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte & Miranda
Reading, Pennsylvania, B&O & Short Line
Jerry, George, Elaine & Kramer
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level 16
Jun 9, 2010
It's actually arctic.
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level ∞
Jun 9, 2010
Fixed. Thanks!
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level 45
Sep 26, 2017
what about southern ocean
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level 22
Mar 24, 2011
Its like the four types of personalities a person can be
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level 43
Jun 17, 2011
Tastes and Oceans are now 5- Umami and Southern respectively. Okay so they're not as famous- but if I hear one more person deny that a Southern Ocean exists...
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level 76
Oct 22, 2014
Please be kind to those of us who went to school in the 1960s. They add an ocean here, take away a planet there, and then they add all those extra countries to Europe -- I have trouble remembering what I ate for breakfast, sometimes. Be patient, we'll get there.
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level 36
Dec 21, 2014
I always knew the Arctic Ocean, but don't get me started an the little countries in the oceans! Whoever heard of Sao Tome when we were in school? Or almost everything in Africa....there weren't more than 10 or 12 back then. No Burundi, Benin, Burkina Faso, Lesotho, Eritrea, Djibouti, South Sudan, Mauritania(?), Mauritius(?), 2 Congos... I only learned that geography here this year!
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level 44
May 6, 2015
That is just... beautiful. Worthy of the name "comment".
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level 34
Jun 20, 2016
How dare countries overthrow a corrupt leadership and gain democracy and independence!
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level 34
Jun 20, 2016
I was referring to ex-soviet countries by the way, not places like Eritrea or the DRC which are certainly not democratic or free of corruption.
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level 43
Jan 6, 2015
Whats Umami?
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level 46
Jan 1, 2016
Umami is a recently discovered type of taste that's hard to describe. It covers things like steak and mushrooms.
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
A discovered taste...?
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level 17
Nov 24, 2011
@bluegold15.....facepalm. Some people on here make me asshamed to be american.
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level 77
May 7, 2017
How do you know he's not Whelsh?
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
Verry curious as to what the comment was, clearly it has been deleted..
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level 17
Nov 24, 2011
*ashamed
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level 33
Dec 30, 2011
100% - BOOYAH
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level 50
Jan 30, 2012
in the fives quiz, there are five oceans. So which is it?
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level 43
Jan 6, 2015
It's a matter of opinion
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level 31
Jun 16, 2012
Im a melancholic sanguine, and I forgot sanguine.....
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level 29
Jun 28, 2012
16/18 I knew the ones I didn't get were clouds and Monopoly just didn't know the answers
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level 55
Apr 20, 2015
Yup, same here. Though there were a few others I didn't get, too.
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level 52
Nov 5, 2018
what was a Monopoly question??
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level 20
Dec 20, 2012
I guess I'm a dummy, I have never in my life heard of something blue. The phrase has always been said to me as: Something old, something new, something borrowed and something used. Blue doesn't even make sense.
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level 76
Sep 5, 2014
That's why they sell those cheesy blue garters for brides, to fulfill their "something blue" requirement. (At least they did when I married in 1974.)
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level 36
Dec 21, 2014
Always something blue. The old thing is the used thing. Somebody told you wrong. ;)
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level 72
May 2, 2016
But blue rhymes. Used does not rhyme. I think this is like the majority of the " I heard it like this" comments. The person you heard it from was wrong.
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
Is something used per defintion not allready something borrowed and or old..
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level 40
Jan 11, 2013
It should actually be Jerry, George, Elaine & Cosmo, these are all of the first names.
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level 55
Apr 20, 2015
Yes, but nobody but his mother (who is barely on the show at all) calls him by his first name.
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level 50
Jan 11, 2013
Would Cosmo work for Kramer?
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level 44
Apr 30, 2013
When I saw "Parsley, sage, rosemary, and ______" I immediately started singing Scarborough Fair.
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level 59
Sep 26, 2017
Lawrys Seasoning Salt...
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level 73
May 10, 2013
crap...SHORT LINE!!! Not hard line. I kept thinking of the chance or community chest card that says "take a ride on the hard line railroad." Whoops.
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level 13
Jun 5, 2013
there are 5 oceans: atlantic pacific arctic indian and southern
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level 64
Dec 13, 2013
This needs some major fixing. There are 5 tastes, 5 oceans and 3 main types of clouds that make up 10 cloud genera.
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level 27
Aug 9, 2014
@ jennyjigsaw it's teenage mutant ninja turtle characters not the group of legendary artist.
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level 29
Feb 15, 2015
I spelt cirrus wrong!
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
citrus or circus?
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level 76
Feb 20, 2015
This is the third time in a week this quiz has come up randomly for me. At least I'm not too old to learn. I finally got them all this time.
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level 58
May 5, 2015
This is one of those which for my aging memory I allow some light cheating. In this case, I was allowed to look up the SatC girl because I remembered Cynthia Nixon (of whom I've been a fan since she was Mozart's hysterical maid in Amadeus). And I was just going to leave that list of American railroad companies, until I realised unprompted that they must be from the American Monopoly board.
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level 21
May 13, 2015
This may just be me, but I think Whales should be accepted for Wales.
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level 45
Jun 2, 2015
It's just you. Can I spell America "Americha"?
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level 43
Jun 30, 2015
No it's 'Murica
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
A whale is something totally different. Chilly is not accepted for chile either
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level 71
Jul 9, 2015
ugh - couldn't spell cirrus properly. I tired cirreus, cireus, etc. Guess I was thinking of Harry Potter characters :)
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level 62
Sep 28, 2016
Same! But I typed cirrius and it was accepted, phew! I must have been thinking Sirius Black...
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level 30
Jun 19, 2016
Only 11/18... But I got Short Line, so I'll live.
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level 67
Jul 16, 2016
Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer? Reading, Pennsylvania, B&O, and short line?? Anyone tell me what they are from, to save me Goggling it!? Lol
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level 67
Jun 8, 2017
Nearly a year later and still none the wiser on these. Google here I come
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level 67
Dec 21, 2017
First group is the four main characters from Seinfeld. Second group is the four railroads from the game Monopoly.
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level 76
Feb 17, 2018
The US version of the Monopoly board.
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
Never heard of any of those monopoly ones. I guess kings cross is UK then? (no clue If I know the other 3 railroads in english, but this one popped right up after seeing the word monopoly)
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level 65
Aug 6, 2016
You forgot the Syrian Open. http://www.theonion.com/article/rubble-courts-at-tenniss-syrian-open-present-uniqu-36741
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level 80
Apr 5, 2017
Not a Grand Slam though.
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level 86
Sep 12, 2016
It should accept Cosmo
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level 86
Dec 19, 2016
You must accept Cosmo for Kramer.
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level 67
May 7, 2017
Famous 4s......... Short Line .......... yes right.
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level 20
Jun 5, 2017
Got cirrus but not Ringo or arctic....... xD
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level 18
Nov 23, 2017
i was really confused about everyone talking about the southern ocean. i learned it as the antarctic. so: -pacific -atlantic -arctic -indian -antarctic
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level 67
Dec 21, 2017
Stupid four humours. I can never remember them.
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
Hey, dont lose your sense of humour...
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level 51
Feb 18, 2018
Please accept The Championships for Wimbledon.
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level 32
Mar 23, 2018
anyone who didn't get kramer is LaMe
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level 48
Apr 16, 2018
Um... what about the Southern Ocean for? What about umami for? There's five oceans and five taste categories...
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level 55
Jul 13, 2018
good quiz, got them all except last 3. No idea who or what
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level 45
Nov 22, 2018
Agree with Algernon. No idea who these people are! Never played US Monopoly either. I have played the Breton one however.
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
Havent played the uk version either, but some are emerging from my brain as we speak. Kings cross, Piccadilly circus, fleet street. I am sure I know more of them. God only knows how / where (why) I picked that info up... it is not like it is something often seen in books, movies, the news, documentaries or even floating around the internet. (like how you know a lot of (characters from) movies while you have never seen them.))
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level 63
Jun 13, 2019
Got sanguine, but didnt get the last 4 ( the actual questions, not the 4 least guessed ones)