Quickie Quiz Answers
Wednesday, August 3rd
86 % of us have done this. What?
Answer: Locked our keys in the car!
Tuesday, August 2nd
60 % of people don’t know how to properly do this. What?
Answer: Jump start a car!
Monday, August 1st
Kentucky produces 95 % of the world’s supply of this. What?
Friday, July 29th
The average person spends about 2000 hours a year doing this. What?
Thursday, July 28th
According to GQ Magazine, 1 in 10 men admit they don’t know how to do this. What?
Answer: Change a tire!
Wednesday, July 27th
This is the top-rated daytime TV show. Which one?
Answer: Judge Judy!!
Tuesday, July 26th
1/3 of women say this is the most important thing they do all day. What?
Answer: Put on their make-up!
Monday, July 25th
This will be touched 25 times before you buy it. What?
Answer: A greeting card!
Friday, July 22nd
According to a recent poll, women say this is the perfect age. What?
Thursday, July 21st
About 20 % of us have admitted to doing this at work. What?
Answer: Stealing stuff!
Wednesday, July 20th
Name the year: Smokey and The Bandit was released; Roots premiered on TV; Radio Shack introduced the TRS-80 Computer.
Tuesday, July 19th
According to a magazine survey, this is the best place to make out. Where?
Answer: Roller coaster!
Monday, July 18th
According to USA Today, this is America’s #1 bus destination. Where?
Answer: Branson, Missouri!
Friday, July 15th
Name the year: Batman, starring Michael and Jack Nicholson, is released in theaters; the Dallas Cowboys fired longtime coach tom Landry; Brittany the Intern was born.
Thursday, July 14th
A new study shows that people who own one of these are 40 % less likely to die of a heart attack. What?
Answer: A cat!
Wednesday, July 13th
On average, women check this 3 times a week. Men check it less than once a month. What?
Tuesday, July 12th
On the top grocery items purchased in the U.S., just one is not a food or beverage. What?
Answer: Toilet paper!
Monday, July 11th
More people speak English in this country than in the U.S. What?
Friday, July 8th
8 out of 10 U.S. households own one of these. What?
Thursday, July 7th
Nearly 50 percent of people say this was their favorite thing to play with as a kid. What?
Answer: A cardboard box!
Wednesday, July 6th
Name the year: The TV show ‘Fame’ premiered on NBC; IBM released PC-DOS 1.1; Kid Arthur’s Court and White Water Landing opened at Cedar Point. What year?
Tuesday, July 5th
About 40% of us have a favorite one of these. What?
Friday, July 1st
9 out of 10 households in America buy this food.
Answer: Ice cream!
Thursday, June 30th
Running 2 of these in your home will use more electricity than a fridge. What?
Wednesday, June 29th
1 out of every 8 boxes of cereal sold is this brand. Which one?
Tuesday, June 28th
About 45 percent of Americans take these every day. What?
Friday, June 24th
Name the year: New Coke made its debut, MacGyver debuted on TV, VH-1 made its debut.
Thursday, June 23rd
This chain buys more lettuce than anyone else in the world. Who?
Answer: Taco Bell!
Wednesday, June 22nd
10 years ago, there were 4 of these. Today, there are over 300. What?
Answer: Reality TV shows!
Tuesday, June 21st
There are about 24,000 of these types of stores across the U.S. What?
Answer: Sporting goods!
Monday, June 20th
Americans spend $25 billion on this each year. What?
Friday, June 17th
Name the year: Fleetwood Mac released Rumours, The Witches Wheel opened at Cedar Point, and the Atari 2600 was released.
Thursday, June 16th
According to Cosmo Magazine, nearly 40 % of arguments between women occur here. Where?
Answer: Garage sales!
Wednesday, June 15th
We now consume more of this than the French. What?
Tuesday, June 14th
1/3 of Americans say they’ve done this while driving, even though it’s not very safe. What?
Answer: Changed clothes!
Monday, June 13th
We love this meat in the midwest. Southerners like it too. We eat 1.7 billion pounds each year. What?
Friday, June 10th
Just 400,000 of these sold worldwide in 2009. What?
Thursday, June 9th
Women use nearly 200 over the course of their life. Men use about 140. What?
Answer: Sick days!
Wednesday, June 8th
2 out of 5 married couples in the U.S. don’t share this. What?
Answer: Religious beliefs!
Tuesday, June 7th
The #1 profession of characters in romance novels is a doctor. What is #2?
Answer: A cowboy!
Friday, June 3rd
A recent survey found that 80% of adults have not been to one of these in 10 years. What?
Answer: A library!
Thursday, June 2nd
Men hold about 5% of the jobs in this career field.
Wednesday, June 1st
According to a survey of grocery store chains, when a hurricane threatens a town, this is the first food item people snap up. What?
Answer: Pop Tarts!
Tuesday, May 31st
The average American spends 17 minutes a day doing this. What?
Thursday, May 26th
What was Potsie Weber’s real first name?
Wednesday, May 25th
40% of women admit they base their first impressions of other women on this. What?
Answer: Their clothes!
Tuesday, May 24th
In this American venue, you could place the Vatican, and still have room for Yankee Stadium, the Rose Bowl, and Churchill Downs. Where?
Answer: Indianapolis Motor Speedway!
Monday, May 23rd
They don’t come with the car, but nearly 10 million people pay extra for these.
Answer: Vanity license plates!
Friday, May 20th
3 out of 10 Americans do not have one of these.
Answer: A credit card!
Thursday, May 19th
Name the year: Night Court premiered on TV, the NCAA announced the basketball tournament would expand to 64 teams, the PG-13 rating was introduced.
Wednesday, May 18th
15 % of Americans have had their picture taken here. Where?
Answer: The police station!
Tuesday, May 17th
This actor’s last movie was in 1964. He then switched careers. Who is it?
Answer: Ronald Reagan!
Monday, May 16th
Women are 4 times more likely to get in trouble for this crime than men. What?
Friday, May 13th
Nearly 60 % of single guys have tried to meet women here.
Thursday, May 12th
This crime occurs about once a minute. What?
Answer: Identity theft!
Wednesday, May 11th
It’s a sign of the times. More women are taking part in this crime. What?
Answer: Robbing banks!
Tuesday, May 10th
40% of McDonald’s profits come from these. What?
Answer: Happy Meals!
Monday, May 9th
Which state has the most miles of ocean coastline?
Friday, May 6th
Name the year: GI Joe made his debut, the first Ford Mustang was produced, the Blue Streak opened at Cedar Point.
Thursday, May 5th
Name the year: The Six Million dollar Man premiered on ABC, a UPC code was scanned for the first time in Ohio, Pele retired from soccer, NHS Truckers won the State Football Championship.
Wednesday, May 4th
Name the year: Dallas beat Denver in the Super Bowl, Different Strokes premiered, and the Susan B. Anthony dollar was first issued.
Tuesday, May 3rd
The average man gets a new one of these every 2 years. What?
Answer: A belt!
Monday, May 2nd
Soccer is the world’s most watched sport. What’s the world’s largest participant sport?
Friday, April 29th
Nearly half of people surveyed said this is their biggest annoyance at work. What?
Thursday, April 28th
6 % of us dip our fries in this. What?
Wednesday, April 27th
Just 3 percent of us have never eaten this. What?
Tuesday, April 26th
Sales of these have dropped off annually for the past 5 years. What?
Monday, April 25th
At least 70 % of us have eaten this, even though it is potentially dangerous. What?
Answer: Raw cookie dough!
Friday, April 22nd
66 % of us still have one of these at home, but we rarely use it. What?
Thursday, April 21st
1933 was the last time this kind of crime was committed in the U.S. What?
Answer: A train robbery!
Wednesday, April 20th
53% of women say they’ve used this at work. What?
Answer: The men’s restroom!
Tuesday, April 19th
This U.S. company has the most loyal following, when it comes to coffee.
Monday, April 18th
This is the 3rd most used language in America.
Answer: Sign language!
Friday, April 15th
On average, two-thirds of Americans eat this every day.
Thursday, April 14th
This is the most profitable type of food sold in the USA.
Answer: Dog food!
Wednesday, April 13th
About 10 percent of guys have been dumped, because they like this too much. What?
Tuesday, April 12th
1 in 3 people will forget, or forgot to do this today.
Answer: Put on deodorant!
Monday, April 11th
45 million Americans have at least one of these, and 20 percent wish they could get rid of it.
Answer: A tattoo!
Friday, April 8th
You might have a favorite one of these, and on average, you’ll use it 2100 times before you replace it.
Answer: Coffee mug!
Thursday, April 7th
The average American eats 11 pounds of this per year. (40 years ago, consumption was near zero!) What?
Wednesday, April 6th
Most of these contain fish scales. What?
Tuesday, April 5th
2.5 billion people are expected to watch this later this month. What?
Answer: The Royal Wedding!
Monday, April 4th
What’s the #1 thing cell phones are used for, besides making a call?
Answer: Checking the time!
Friday, April 1st
The French eat 200 million of these annually. What?
Answer: Frog legs!
Thursday, March 31st
Four out of ten men are frightened by these. What?
Wednesday, March 30th
It’s supposed to be fun, but 1/3 of us say it stresses us out. What?
Answer: Going on vacation!
Tuesday, March 29th
Men are 9 times more likely to lie about this than women. What?
Answer: Their age!
Monday, March 28th
Americans will eat 1.7 billion pounds of this this year. What?
Friday, March 25th
According to a recent survey, nearly 25 % of adults think this item from Star Wars really exists. What?
Answer: Light Sabre!
Thursday, March 24th
About half of us say we think of a junkyard when we look at this. What?
Answer: Our garage!
Wednesday, March 23rd
This was first cooked by a chef in New York in 1896. What?
Answer: Chop Suey!
Tuesday, March 22nd
The average person goes here more than 1,800 times during their lifetime. Where?
Monday, March 21st
There’s something in your house that can last up to 50 years. What?
Answer: The toilet!
Friday, March 18th
Women are more likely to do this chore at night; men, in the morning. What?
Thursday, March 17th
Half of us will have this for dinner tonight. What?
Wednesday, March 16th
There are two states that border more states than any other. Name one.
Answer: Missouri or Tennessee! (each borders 8 other states!)
Tuesday, March 8th
Just last week, this magazine turned 88. Which one?
Monday, March 7th
Black and Decker introduced this product to consumers in 1979. Most of it was originally intended for NASA, and moon landings. What?
Answer: The Dustbuster!
Friday, March 4th
In the U.S., we get a new one of these about every 18 months. In Japan, it’s about every 9 months. What?
Answer: Cell phones!
Thursday, March 3rd
The first of this type of family-fun attraction opened in 1929. What?
Answer: Putt-putt golf course!
Wednesday, March 2nd
When the power goes out, a quarter of us say we miss this more than anything else. What?
Answer: The lights!
Tuesday, March 1st
In 1984, the average price of one of these was over $3,000. Now, you can get them for next to nothing. What?
Answer: Cell phones!