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Clue
Answer
Global coffee chain
Movie series with Wookiees
TV show with Klingons
Drummer for the Beatles
The world's best restaurants
have three of these
Romeo and Juliet
were this kind of lovers
Nickname of Texas
It's on the flag of Israel
The right side of a ship
Meteor
Clue
Answer
What video killed
Extremely dense collapsed star
made of subatomic particles
Another name for Polaris
Another name for Sirius
Marine creature often with five arms
Ninja weapon
Star-shaped spice with a licorice taste
Two stars that revolve around each other
Words that come after Twinkle Twinkle
Blue gem that reflects light in
the shape of a star
Answer Stats
Clue
Answer
% Correct
Your %
+17
level 32
Oct 15, 2014
It's not called a throwing star dammit! It's called a freaking shuriken
+39
level 56
Mar 21, 2017
calm down Naruto
+3
level 65
Apr 11, 2018
He's not wrong.
+2
level 7
Apr 11, 2018
OMG 😂😂😂
+11
level 57
Apr 11, 2018
And the Star of David is Māḡēn Dāwīḏ in Hebrew. Come on, we all know the Quizmaster was looking for the English language answer.
+1
level 23
Jan 7, 2018
lol YUP
+2
level 13
Apr 11, 2018
They're the same thing. Shuriken is just the Japanese name.
+3
level 69
Apr 13, 2018
It's not called Japan dammit! It's called freaking 日本
+1
level 20
Jan 4, 2015
It's called the shield of David, not the Star of David.
+11
level 36
Feb 27, 2015
75% of people disagree
+2
level 35
Mar 1, 2016
76 now
+1
level 71
Apr 11, 2018
And now 87!
+1
level 19
Apr 11, 2018
and now 99%!
+3
level 20
Jun 26, 2016
Not all the goyim know
+1
level 70
Dec 24, 2017
It's definitely called also Star of David:
"The Star of David (✡), known in Hebrew as the Shield of David or Magen David" and also "Unlike the menorah, the Lion of Judah, the shofar and the lulav, the Star of David was never a uniquely Jewish symbol"
+1
level 23
Jan 7, 2018
89%
+2
level 55
Apr 16, 2015
Wow, the one people knew least was the neutron star?
+3
level 72
Apr 11, 2018
I never heard of it, but the two revolving stars are now the least known which surprised me.
+1
level 60
Apr 11, 2018
Those two were among the easiest for me. The pop culture and food ones were the hardest.
+1
level 19
Apr 11, 2018
Really? Well don't you remember 6th grade science class, or have you watched "How the Universe Works" on the Science Channel?
+3
level 70
Apr 23, 2016
Any chance you can also accept seastar for starfish? They're the same thing and both have star in them.
+1
level 47
Oct 9, 2017
I agree, sea star should be an acceptable answer.
+1
level ∞
Dec 23, 2017
Okay
+1
level 36
Sep 25, 2016
Should include shurikens as a possible answer for throwing knives. :/
+7
level 47
Oct 9, 2017
While throwing stars and shurikens are the same, shuriken doesn't contain "star" and thus should not be a correct answer in this quiz.
+1
level 56
Dec 24, 2017
Can you accept "anis" for "anise"? It is anis in most languages, english just adds the e because of pronunciation rules.
+12
level 73
Dec 28, 2017
Also anus...because that's what licorice tastes like.
+2
level 19
Apr 11, 2018
no.
+1
level 78
Dec 24, 2017
The Wookie clue should come after the Klingon clue because the latter is better than the former :)
+2
level 65
Apr 11, 2018
Maybe once, but not in its current incarnation.
+1
level 71
Dec 30, 2017
It's star cross'd. Accept "crossed" as an answer as well, but the official answer should be "cross'd".
+1
level 30
Apr 11, 2018
Cross'd is just an abbreviated form of crossed.
+1
level 57
Apr 16, 2018
Yes, but Sumgut is right; Shakespeare wrote "cross'd" so it should be accepted.
+2
level 21
Jan 7, 2018
The first one I answered was "what video killed" I now have (awesome) song stuck in my head.
+2
level 9
Feb 25, 2018
When you put Patrick before starfish
+2
level 55
Apr 11, 2018
"Words that come after Twinkle Twinkle" I read Tinky Winky and I typed Dipsy
+1
level 42
Apr 11, 2018
Could you also add "star-struck" as a possible answer for the Romeo and Juliet question?
+5
level 43
Apr 11, 2018
I don't think this should be changed. They are specifically described by Shakespeare as star-crossed lovers. The term star-struck is not used in the book, and also has a different meaning. Star-crossed meaning ill-fated or have bad luck, whereas star struck is to be taken aback/overawed by the presence of celebrity or person of note/power.
+1
level 60
Apr 11, 2018
I kept typing "how I wonder where you are" before I figured out I'd skipped the "little star" part.
+1
level 30
Apr 11, 2018
How in the hell did 71 people get "Michelin stars?" I had no idea what they were until I saw the answers to this quiz.
+1
level 19
Apr 11, 2018
I had no idea they existed...
+1
level 57
Apr 12, 2018
I've never heard of them either. Guess I don't hang out in the world's best restaurants enough...
+1
level 56
Apr 13, 2018
You just need to watch MasterChef Australia. Great TV programme.
+1
level 32
Apr 11, 2018
Throwing star is also known as Ninja Star and Shuriken Star
+1
level 39
Apr 16, 2018
No the only correct name is shuriken, in English or Japanese. There's no such thing as a throwing star.
+1
level 19
Apr 11, 2018
Sorry, I'm part of the 8% that didn't know that Ringo Starr is the name of the drummer for the Beatles. Never listened to any Beatles songs. Oops...
+1
level 56
Apr 13, 2018
You must be like 7 years old.
+1
level 19
Apr 16, 2018
NOPE! I'm a teenager! I'm not like normal culture at all!
+1
level 19
Apr 16, 2018
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