Johnny's General Knowledge Quiz #1

Can you answer these random trivia questions?
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Last updated: December 7, 2019
First submittedMarch 8, 2012
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How do you spell the Governator's last name? Arnold _____________
Schwarzenegger
What dictator was declared Time's Man of the Year in 1938?
Adolf Hitler
What is the moniker of the Seinfeld character who said "No soup for you"?
Soup Nazi
What boy band sang MMMBop?
Hanson
In which country would you find the islands of Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca?
Spain
What cocktail is made with mint, sugar, soda water, lime juice, and rum?
Mojito
What word means graduate of a school or university?
Alumnus
A person from Paris is called a Parisian. What's a person from Moscow called?
Muscovite
What is the currency of Russia?
Ruble
What is the Spanish word for devil?
Diablo
What is the name for a bit of facial hair grown just below the lower lip?
Soul patch
In which country is Tripoli located?
Libya
What is 4 cubed?
64
What region is located at the south of South America and shared by Argentina and Chile?
Patagonia
What company is the largest aircraft maker in Europe?
Airbus
In what city would you find the Parthenon?
Athens
What sauce is sushi usually dipped in?
Soy Sauce
What architectural style is Miami's South Beach famous for?
Art Deco
What city hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics?
Turin
Fill in the blank: Bump, Set, _____
Spike
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Level 31
Mar 16, 2012
can u please accept 'muscovian'?
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Level 83
Oct 9, 2018
How about Idahoan?
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Level 43
Mar 16, 2012
No, Muscovian isn't the same as Muscovite. "Muscovian" refers to someone from Muscovy, which was a principality that included Moscow, but was not synonymous with it.

....Personally I love the general knowledge quizzes.

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Level 83
Mar 16, 2012
That bit of facial hair just below the lip has many names, such as "Flavor saver," or "Crumb catcher."
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Level 53
May 15, 2015
Yes, but those are disgusting. haha Funny, I've never heard them!
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Level 60
Nov 28, 2016
Cookie duster.
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Level 83
Jul 21, 2018
Flavor savers are thin mustaches, a gay term.
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Level 78
Mar 16, 2012
Good quiz, johnnyaitch!
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Level 44
Feb 7, 2013
the patch of hair under the lower lip is also called a cookie duster
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Level 80
May 16, 2015
Sorry, but a cookie duster is a mustache - because it's capable of dusting the tops of cookies!
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Level 57
Feb 8, 2014
You should accept Russian as someone from Moscow. :)
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Level 74
May 13, 2015
The Russian currency can also be spelt rouble - can you accept that as an alternate?
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Level ∞
May 13, 2015
Okay
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Level 71
May 15, 2015
I'm gonna be a pain in the arse and point out that there's also a city called Tripoli in Lebanon

...sorry!

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Level 53
May 15, 2015
It should be accepted. I couldn't remember which country it was in, but when I saw Libya I wasn't sure that was quite right. As soon as I saw your comment I remembered that that was the Tripoli I recall knowing of.
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Level 70
May 15, 2015
Yes, that. Beautiful place with wonderful people. (I'm sure Tripoli, Libya is too, but I've never even met anyone from there.)
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Level 50
Sep 18, 2016
There's also one in Greece.
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Level 72
Dec 21, 2017
And we definitely don't want to forget the one in Iowa.
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Level 56
May 15, 2015
tried "boeing", figured that that's the type of plane, so airbus wouldn't work either...
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Level 53
May 15, 2015
Boeing is American.
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Level 84
Apr 6, 2021
As it says in Europe not European, Boeing could be accepted but for the fact that Airbus is currently a larger company anyway. It's one of those questions which could change a lot but the most recent report I've seen is here from Reuters.
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Level 84
May 15, 2015
There is also a city in Lebanon called Tripoli, so perhaps that should be an acceptable answer. Either that or rephrase the question to ask which country is Tripoli the capital of?
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Level 83
Jul 21, 2018
In other words, you already knew the answer and you're just showing off that you know about the other Tripoli that only stands out because people see it on a map and think, "Huh, I'll be darned" before continuing along to find what they're looking for.
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Level 67
Jun 7, 2019
How would you know that he did know the intended answer... his comment does not imply that. Yes at the end he mentions capital, but that could very well be because he looked it up , like what?? there is another city called tripoli? Or, the quiz must be wrong it is not in libya etc
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Level 76
May 18, 2015
Wasabi should be an answer for the sushi question also.
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Level 71
Sep 13, 2015
Wasabi isn't a sauce.
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Level 67
Jun 7, 2019
what is it then?
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Level 51
May 19, 2015
There's Tripoli, Lebanon, the second largest city in that country.
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Level 81
Jul 24, 2015
only missed Turin....don't know my olympic cities too well
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Level 58
Dec 2, 2015
I had to look up the definition between scholar and alumni.

I think the quiz master should add 'particular' or 'specific' to the wording. (IMHO)

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Level 39
Apr 24, 2018
what is 'bump, set, spike' please?
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Level 83
Oct 9, 2018
Part of KalBahamut's "Nothing to See Here" quiz.
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Level 74
Oct 15, 2018
Any chance of accepting "deco?"
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Level 38
Jun 7, 2019
Should definitely accept 'womb broom' for soul patch.
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Level 67
Jun 7, 2019
for the cocktail my mind went, tequila, no.. molotov ! Oops... haha (I guess my mind had allready remembered it was a cocktail that needed to start with an m...)
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Level 71
Jun 18, 2019
Everything was going so smoothly. And then I reached the last question. :(
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Level 22
May 6, 2021
devil in Spanish is demonio