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General Knowledge Quiz #13

Answer these random trivia questions.
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First submittedJune 2, 2011
Last updatedSeptember 3, 2018
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Question
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Who is the wizard that advises King Arthur?
Merlin
Who is Hannah Montana's alter ego?
Miley Stewart
What character is the villain in the movie "The Lion King"?
Scar
If a cat has 9 lives, how many lives do 99 cats have (in total)?
891
What deadly sin is also a type of animal?
Sloth
What is the smallest type of bird?
Bee Hummingbird
What city is closest to Alcatraz island?
San Francisco
What nation is scheduled to host the 2022 World Cup?
Qatar
Of the three types of rock, which one is made from lava?
Igneous
What island was the center of Minoan civilization?
Crete
What day comes after Fat Tuesday?
Ash Wednesday
According the song, what gift is given on the 5th day of Christmas?
Five Golden Rings
What company makes the Android operating system?
Google
What popular salad dressing tastes like the "secret sauce" on a Big Mac?
Thousand Island
What martial art could be described as Brazilian dance-fighting?
Capoeira
On which real-life person was Count Dracula based? (According to many)
Vlad the Impaler
What common abbreviation is given to the National Socialist party?
Nazi
Betsy is a nickname for what given name?
Elizabeth
What singer's hits include "When I Was Your Man" and "24K Magic"?
Bruno Mars
What country was formerly known as Zaire?
D.R. Congo
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level 73
Apr 24, 2013
I think "A Hangover" should be an acceptable answer for "what comes after Fat Tuesday?"
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level 49
Dec 22, 2017
Yeah, I don't really think specific religious questions like these fit the term "general knowledge". I've never heard of it outside a classroom and this quiz. It's not a thing in most European or Asian countries. To the people saying this is general knowledge, can you list me some sikh holidays? No? That's what I thought.
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level 35
Jan 6, 2018
I'm Jewish and I recognized the term.
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level 49
Mar 5, 2018
Did you miss it?
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level 67
May 6, 2018
Lent obviously is. " Fat Tuesday" however, is not.
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level 73
May 9, 2018
in Catholic Europe and also elsewhere it is a thing, just under different names. (The orthodox also have carnivals in some regions, but lent starts already on Monday)
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level 72
Jun 28, 2018
Regret, embarrassment, awkward farewells, credit card bills, child support, bail, round 2 are all acceptable I think.
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level 61
Jun 27, 2013
Did anyone else get "capoeira" solely because of Bob's Burgers?
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level 76
Jul 1, 2013
Ha! I was trying hard to remember the term from that episode but the only reason I even remotely had a chance was because of Bob's Burgers.
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level 22
Nov 10, 2016
yessssss! hahahaha, love bobs burgers. Thank god for that episode, otherwise I would've never known
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level 60
Jan 22, 2017
Thank you Tina!
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level 60
Jan 22, 2017
I still didn't remember it though... "sigh"
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level 43
Sep 3, 2017
That was a good episode of Bob's Burgers. But what about the movie "Only the Strong" ?
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level 46
Oct 7, 2019
Heck yes
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level 35
Jul 27, 2013
Ash Wednesday comes after Shrove Tuesday. Who on earth calls it Fat Tuesday?
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level 57
Oct 22, 2013
People from Louisiana. That's in the United States of America on the North American continent in the Northern Hemisphere on Earth.
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level 44
Nov 19, 2014
EVERYONE in america calls it fat tuesday, isnt that what mardi gras literally translates to?
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level 53
Apr 21, 2014
If you translate "Mardi Gras", you get "Fat Tuesday".
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level 45
May 31, 2015
But Shrove Tuesday sounds so much nicer!
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level 76
Dec 7, 2015
Pancake Day sounds nicer still.
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level 53
Apr 3, 2018
Where do they call it Shrove Tuesday?
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level 67
May 6, 2018
Britain
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level 66
Jun 8, 2018
Shrove comes from the verb to shrive meaning forgiveness. It is a time to seek forgiveness of your sin prior to the solemn fast of lent. The "fat" concept was merely using up the fat and other foods left in the pantry that you wouldn't be able to eat during lent. Take your pick which concept you find more important - but yes, you should include the word "shrove" somewhere in the question, in my view.
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level 33
Sep 3, 2013
"volcanic" and "pyroclastic" should be acceptable alternates for "igneous" ... volcanic being the most common term.
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level 72
Sep 16, 2014
Please also accept Scoria - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scoria
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level 37
Jan 11, 2016
I'm on Crete and I couldn't figure that one out...
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level 67
Sep 3, 2017
Try my latest quiz No. 29 @.... https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/120558/mals-general-knowledge-29
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level 43
Jan 27, 2018
I was embarrassingly old before I realized that “Mardi Gras “ is a direct translation of “Fat Tuesday “.
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level 53
Apr 3, 2018
I had no idea how to spell capoiera...I may have mangled it again.
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level 71
May 11, 2018
And I see it plagued you still! :-D
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level 60
Jun 28, 2018
First try, 100%, 2:40 left. I only put a brag-post in because that's not normal for me to ace a quiz first try, this just happened to hit my general knowledge base really well.
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level 36
Jun 28, 2018
Couldn't spell capoeira...
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level 78
Aug 20, 2018
couldn't stop thinking about capybaras so my mind went blank on that. add a type in?
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level 65
Sep 28, 2018
Really? More people know Hannah Montana's alter ego than know the 12 Days of Christmas, that hummingbirds are the smallest bird, or that Alcatraz is in the San Francisco Bay?
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level 61
Jan 28, 2019
Well 12 Days of Christmas is an English Christmas carol that's not popular worldwide. I've heard of it thanks to the internet but I don't know the gifts.
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level 48
Nov 26, 2018
Can ashes wednesday be accepted for ash wednesday?
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level 56
Mar 11, 2019
Didn't know that Merlin was the wizard that advised King Arthur, or that King Arthur had a wizard advisor. In fact I know nothing about King Arthur