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U.S. Groups of Three Quiz

Name the members of these American threesomes.
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First submittedMay 14, 2018
Last updatedMay 14, 2018
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Big 3 Automakers
General Motors
Ford
Chrysler
 
S'mores Ingredients
Chocolate
Graham Crackers
Marshmallows
 
Rice Krispies Mascots
Snap
Crackle
Pop
 
Best-selling Burger
Chains
McDonald's
Wendy's
Burger King
 
Major Cities in Ohio
Starting with C
Columbus
Cleveland
Cincinnati
Horse Racing Triple Crown
Kentucky Derby
Preakness Stakes
Belmont Stakes
 
Unalienable Rights
Life
Liberty
Pursuit of Happiness
 
Donald Duck's Nephews
Huey
Dewey
Louie
 
Baseball Triple Crown
Statistics
Batting Average
Home Runs
Runs Batted In
 
Major Cities Founded
by the French
Detroit
New Orleans
Saint Louis
Best-selling Light Beers
Bud Light
Coors Light
Miller Light
 
States that Start with C
California
Colorado
Connecticut
 
BLT Ingredients
Bacon
Lettuce
Tomato
 
Federal Government
Branches
Legislative
Judicial
Executive
 
George Bush's
Axis of Evil
Iran
Iraq
North Korea
"Family Guy" Children
Chris
Meg
Stewie
 
Shampoo Instructions
Lather
Rinse
Repeat
 
Three Stooges
Larry
Moe
Curly/Shemp
 
Most Valuable Silicon
Valley Companies
Facebook
Apple
Google
 
Main Native American
Staple Crops
Maize
Squash
Beans
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level 34
May 15, 2018
Major Cities Founded by the French: I feel like Baton Rouge really should be one there.... but that would throw the rule of 3 out of the window :( But I do think that Baton Rouge was founded by the French and is indeed also a major city.
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level 71
May 15, 2018
No NFL team = not a major city. This is 'Murica.
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level 76
May 15, 2018
That would rule out St. Louis.
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level 67
May 18, 2018
Savage
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level 44
Aug 5, 2018
Not only would it rule out St. Louis but it would make Buffalo and even Green Bay major cities.
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level 70
Aug 9, 2018
So, LA was not a major city for years and years, despite being second largest by population. Now that LA has two teams, what is it now? Bigger than NYC? Wait - NYC has two teams. But they play in New Jersey!!! What to do??
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level 52
May 15, 2018
Also Quebec?
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level 82
May 15, 2018
Not in the USA.
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level 75
May 15, 2018
A city in Canada.
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level 43
Aug 2, 2018
A province
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level 53
May 15, 2018
compared to St. Louis, Detroit and NOLA, Baton Rouge isn't a very major city.
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level 61
Aug 2, 2018
I am not sure what constitutes a major city, but Baton Rouge does have a smaller population than St. Louis.
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level 69
Aug 2, 2018
Fame of Detroit, St. Louis, New Orleans versus...Baton Rouge...
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level 77
May 15, 2018
Bring on the comments about Shemp being one of the Stooges.
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level 71
May 15, 2018
Blasphemy
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level 69
Aug 2, 2018
Ron Howard and his brother Clint would've made better replacements.
+7
level 23
May 15, 2018
ive been spelling marshmallow wrong my whole life wow
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level 39
Aug 7, 2018
ikr
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level 75
May 15, 2018
Tried "hitting average", "hitting percentage", "hit average", "hit percentage", "hits". Is "batting average" really the only way to describe that statistic?
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level 49
May 15, 2018
It pretty much is. Having said that, I just entered 'average' which was accepted.
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level 44
May 15, 2018
I was more disappointed that simply, "runs" wasn't accepted.
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level ∞
May 16, 2018
Runs is simply incorrect. You could lead the league in runs and not in runs batted it. They are totally different stats.
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level 71
May 15, 2018
I did surprisingly well, despite being from the UK. I think perhaps the quiz is insufficiently US-centric.
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level 65
Jun 18, 2018
For non-Americans, you might accept "freedom" which is a synonym for "liberty"?
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level 73
Jun 18, 2018
It's a quote though.
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level 62
Aug 2, 2018
We cram enough of our culture down the rest of the world's throat that it's hardly surprising some of it doesn't sink in along the way.
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level 69
May 15, 2018
I'm not usually one of the people who rant about alleged American stupidity, but... you need to be instructed how to use shampoo?
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level 78
May 25, 2018
It's an old joke, dude. Never was very funny, but been around for years. We also know how to use soap, deodorant, and toothpaste.
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level 69
Jul 3, 2018
Okay, I thought it was serious.
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level 69
Aug 2, 2018
Easy with those toothpaste jokes on the Brits though, mate.
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level 75
Aug 2, 2018
It also serves to get people to use more shampoo. I've always found that lather and rinse really well is sufficient for me, just as in order to get my teeth clean I have no need to spread toothpaste all the way across the toothbrush as shown in ads. I also refill my soap bottles half full of water before filling them the rest of the way with soap. I see no reason to use more product than needed for the purpose just because advertisers tell me to do so. However, I've never yet found a way to skimp on deodorant. :)
+11
level 83
Aug 2, 2018
A fact for which we are all grateful :).
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level 49
May 15, 2018
It took me a full minute to come up with the third burger chain. Jack in the Box has one of the most successful continuing advertising campaigns - the smarmy Jack as chairman has been around since 1994 - but it was not enough to pass Wendy's.
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level ∞
May 16, 2018
Jack in the Box is sixth.
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level 76
Aug 2, 2018
The top 3 are all over the place. Jack in the Box locations are almost all in the south west, with some in St Louis and Charlotte and a handful other places. There are 0 anywhere from Virginia to Maine.
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level 49
Aug 3, 2018
I live in DC, and I can confirm, I have never ever heard of Jack in the Box
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level 78
May 23, 2018
Hate to pick on a fine French city like Detroit, but Chrysler is not really an American company any more. Fiat Chrysler is Italian-American company registered in the Netherlands with an HQ in London. Thus, the Big 3 is really just the Big 2.
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level 73
Jun 18, 2018
It didn't move to Europe, did it?
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level 78
Aug 2, 2018
Never realized "Lather, rinse, repeat" is specifically a U.S. thing.
+3
level 66
Aug 2, 2018
also, BLTs and s'mores
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level 26
Aug 2, 2018
I only remembered Cincinnati from watching WKRP
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level 69
Aug 2, 2018
Team Bailey?
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level 54
Aug 2, 2018
There was another very big city in the US founded by us French... Chicago was founded by the French next to an Indian settlement. Its first name was Fort Chécagou, and the man who created the city was Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable, born in Haiti, which was French by the time. His father was a French sailor, ans his mother was an African former slave.
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level 76
Aug 2, 2018
Today in English spelling: Huey, Dewey, Louie and Stewie all rhyme except for the first sound, and not one of them spells the ending the same!
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level 69
Aug 2, 2018
You can also have Hughie, buoy and gooey.
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level 63
Aug 2, 2018
4:28...always a great feeling when you're doing a quiz this big and you get that feeling of being on a roll and you manage to make it through.
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level 34
Aug 3, 2018
please accept "Fiat Chrysler" or "FCA" as that is the current name for the company
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level 49
Aug 3, 2018
Please accept "Yam" or "Sweet Potato" for Squash!
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level 67
Jan 12, 2019
Yams and sweet potatoes are not closely related, but are superficially similar enough to each other that they're frequently confused. Squash, though, isn't even remotely like either of them.
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level 60
Aug 3, 2018
Should be Major *US* Cities Founded by the French
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level 69
Aug 4, 2018
No need for that, the title already defines each answer as US-specific.
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level 48
Jan 12, 2019
A number of these are easily Canadian as well- like the shampoo one for example. Or British for that matter. Not uniquely American. Of course Americans think they are the centre of the universe at times.
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level 46
Apr 27, 2019
what other group could apply to canada or britain?
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level 62
Jan 17, 2019
I only got all of the Duck Tale kids from guessing Louisville for cities founded by the French, as it gave me Louie, thus allowing me to remember Huey and Dewey.