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Name the objects, people, or concepts that are depicted in these images.
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First submittedMarch 13, 2018
Last updatedAugust 4, 2018
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+3
level 70
Mar 13, 2018
Man, i was hoping for a secret message...
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level 83
Mar 14, 2018
I know what you mean, I was hoping it spelled jetpunk or something.
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level 61
Aug 4, 2018
Same! I was a bit disappointed to learn that the Morse code only spelled out "UELWHI" and the last combination isn't even a real letter!
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level 51
Mar 13, 2018
I don't know if QM's a music person or not, but that's not a very standard metronome.
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level 67
Mar 14, 2018
Looks just like mine........ The macarons (we called them macaroons) don't look like the macaroons we used to have.
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level 76
Mar 14, 2018
Macaroons and macarons are two separate and different treats.
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level 71
Mar 14, 2018
MacarOOns are those lumpy coconut things, which I find a bit disgusting. MacarOns are light and airy sandwich confections of heavenly deliciousness, that come in every possible flavor you can imagine, and are manna from some awesome French version of heaven.
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level 77
Mar 19, 2018
Macaron is the french spelling of macaroon. These are from Paris.
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level 70
Aug 5, 2018
Both are meringue based cookies (i.e. made with egg whites) but macaroons are made with coconut and macarons are made with almond flour. Totally different cookies in the end. Personally I much prefer macarons, since I hate sweetened coconut.
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level 61
Aug 2, 2019
@kingoftunes no they are not, this is a macaroon macaroon and a ring shaped one made from coconut and usually on edible paper.

the one in this quiz is a macaron ( or a french macaroon to make it confusing)

I think you were thinking of the two types of merengue meringue..(making) that can be used for the macarons. (french and italian way)

So macaroon is not the same as macaron, and definitely not Macron
And meringue has two variations and is not the same as merengue..


Macron (the president) does not want to do the merengue (dance)
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level 61
Aug 2, 2019
I found the perfect picture !! Haha It explains everything :) Macaroon, macaron and Macron

Or this one more variations ;)

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level 72
Oct 6, 2019
As an aside, why the faded 1972 Good Housewife magazine ad that barely shows any color to indicate what they are?
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level 80
Mar 19, 2018
The majority of metronomes I've ever seen (quite a few, now that I think about it) look exactly like that one.
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level 61
Mar 14, 2018
I tried make up for the second one and then gave up. I would never get it.
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level 71
Jun 13, 2018
Poor manatee looks so sad
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level 79
Aug 4, 2018
They're not exactly what I'd call an upbeat animal.
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level 61
Aug 2, 2019
"A manatee and a squirrel got together.." Would make a nice story :)
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level 25
Aug 4, 2018
I think that "make up" should be accepted for "mascara", and "monster", "murderous" and "mean" for "matador".
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level 61
Aug 2, 2019
Or "meh" for all of them.
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level 60
Aug 4, 2018
I believe that is a picture of a meteor, not a meteoroid. A meteor is in the process of burning up in the atmosphere while a meteoroid is just floating in space. That one has a tail so it must be burning up.
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level ∞
Aug 4, 2018
Good point. Changed the answer to meteor.
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level 51
Aug 4, 2018
Kept trying "mongoose" for "meerkat". I'm a foreigner, they're all just mongooses to me.
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level 76
Aug 5, 2018
Can't believe 80% got macaron. Never heard of them. The only thing I could think of for the photo was some type of fancy Moon Pie since Whoopie Pie doesn't start with M. :)
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level 27
Aug 24, 2018
they are quite a popular delicacy in the UK - despite being i believe french - a bit pretentious yes but popular
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level 67
Jan 10, 2019
They are hugely popular all over Europe. Urban pastries should always be a bit pretentious!
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level 61
Aug 2, 2019
I think mainly the uk. I hadnt even seen them here until a few years ago. And they are still quite rare. Small stores wont have them, bakeries yes and big stores sometimes.

Meringue though have been around as long as I can remember. But dont think you could call those exactly popular either.

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level 61
Aug 2, 2019
magpie the least guessed? that is surprising, I would ve thought mao or manatee or metronome