Of course, I sense your comment was largely tongue-in-cheek, but it reminded me of many people who want to blame their obesity on McDonald's, rather than trying to fix it themselves.
But I've never heard of places like Wing Stop, Papa Murpheys, Tim Horton, etc.
Okay, I've heard of a Panda Express, but I don't recall ever seeing one.
But I think In-n-out beats chick-fil-a
but thanks for the quiz.
There have been rumors of a Starbucks opening soon, but nothing has been confirmed.
I cheated and looked at the comments
knew tim hortons from how I met your mother
knew white castle from Harold & Kumar
knew steak & shake cause there is one in Ibiza
knew in-n-out from gta V
knew chipotle from that weird vine..
im happy I managed to recall those to get 15/50
(I'm so horrible at this :/)
Plus, in all countries BUT the USA, Wendy's does NOT sell burgers. It's a doughnut place here in Australia.
I'm not sure I feel sorry about it...
They are terrible but they are in every busy tourist/shopping location in America.
But to get out of your backyard to learn about fast food chains? Nah. Away from your screens and into your backyard, yes. There is a ton of information just in your backyard. I think most people can only name a hand full of flowers and insects that are there (if they havent all tiled it over, like what seems to be all the rage the last few years..) let alone know stuff about it. The life of an ant, you can spend hours just watching the ant and learning from it.
Like 0,00000001% know where/what ladybug/bird come from. ( I've asked many people, shown their immature state) No one seem to know, the whole other life they lived before. While weirdly, butterflies and caterpillars are common knowledge.
Though I have noticed an increase over the last few years, I remember seeing starbucks for the first time I think it was amsterdam station (during the build of north south line, when stores were outside the station). I just looked it up interestingly first store was 8 years ago (conceptstore), but since 2002 the distribution centre for all of Europe has been in amsterdam. Took a while to join in I guess.
but the point I was going to was, since a month or 2 you can buy dunkin donuts donuts in our supermarket.
You scored 22/50 = 44%
This beats or equals 73.5% of test takers
The average score is 17
Your high score is 22