Pop Quiz

Don’t Take Lipstick From Strangers.

With Valentine’s Day coming up it’s time for another pop quiz. This time our topic is: Candy or lipstick color?

All lipstick colors are from Maybelline, Covergirl, and Revlon. All candies, with one notable exception, are from Russel Stover Candies.

  1. Chocolate Mint dream
  2. Touch of spice
  3. Pink sugar
  4. Coconut cream
  5. Burgundy blush
  6. Chocolate whip
  7. Butter cream caramel
  8. Maple kiss
  9. Pecan delight
  10. Cherry cordial
  11. Truffle tease
  12. Espresso exposed
  13. Electric orange
  14. Chocolate Adelaide
  15. Crunchy frog
  16. Raspberry parfait
  17. Brazen berry
  18. Berry couture
  19. Apricot fantasy
  20. Raisin rage
  21. Red velvet truffle
  22. Mocha cream
  23. Starlight kisses
  24. Chocolate velvet
  25. Caramel glacé
  26. French mint
  27. Sugar almond
  28. Roman nougat
  29. Bronzed peach
  30. Wedding cake truffle

Scoring:

26-30: You’re the one holding up the line at the pharmacy because you’re getting your groceries and your prescriptions at the same time.

20-25: You know more about chocolate and fashion than any human being should.

15-19: You should take up gambling because you’re really good at lucky guesses.

10-14: You deserve chocolate today, unless you’re allergic to it in which case you deserve the chocolate substitute of your choice.

5-9: It doesn’t say anything on the label about lark’s vomit.

1-4: You are some kind of sick human being, possibly a cannibal, and I would really like to meet you.

 

Answer key:

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Pop Quiz.

musicYou have one hour to finish the test. If you feel you need more time you have thirty minutes to finish the test.

 

 

  1. Why do fools fall in love?
    a. Love is tricky
    b It makes the floor slippery
    c. Ask all my exes
    d. THEY’RE FOOLS!
  2. What’s love got to do with it?
    a. Everything
    b. Nothing
    c. It makes the world go ’round
    d. Ask a fool
  3. Who’s that girl?
    a. Madonna
    b. Sean Penn
    c. Is this a trick question?
    d. Marlo Thomas
  4. Who let the dogs out?
    a. What dogs?
    b. They did it themselves. They’re very smart.
    c. My housesitter! That’s it. He’s fired.
    d. Say that again and I will cut you.
  5. Where have all the flowers gone?
    a. They died. Should’ve planted perennials.
    b. Young girls have picked them every one. Fools.
    c. It’s now a parking lot.
    d. They got a new job and moved to Poughkeepsie.
  6. What’s the frequency Kenneth?
    a. 4.68 megaherz with a repeating cycle
    b. About every four minutes
    c. Pre-set on my car radio
    d. For the last time my name is Kevin.
  7. Who are you?
    a. Who is anyone?
    b. Anyone you want me to be.
    c. Knock knock. Wait, what?
    d. Do you really want to know?
  8. Do you know the way to San Jose?
    a. Yes
    b. No
    c. It’s a long way to Tipperary.
    d. No, but I’ll check my GPS
  9. How can you mend a broken heart?
    a. Time wounds all heels.
    b. With new Monster Glue(TM)!
    c. Try a little tenderness.
    d. You can’t, fool!
  10. What becomes of the brokenhearted?
    a. They move on.
    b. They binge on tequila and ice cream
    c. Medication helps
    d. Only farted
  11. Why don’t we do it in the road?
    a. Sure
    b. It’s rush hour.
    c. Um, we can afford a hotel.
    d. At least take me to dinner and a movie first.
  12. Who’ll stop the rain?
    a. Me. I’ve got an umbrella.
    b. The weathermen.
    c. The climate
    d. We’re in the middle of a drought! What’s wrong with you?
  13. What’s so funny ’bout peace love and understanding?
    a. Nothing
    b. Everything
    c. You’re so cute.
    d. The desperate shortage of all three.
  14. Have you ever loved a woman?
    a. Yes
    b. No
    c. That’s a rather personal question.
    d. Define “loved”.
  15. Are you lonesome tonight?
    a. No
    b. I wouldn’t be if you hadn’t stood me up.
    c. I’ve got tequila and ice cream to keep me company.
    d. No, I’m Kevin. Lonesome Tonight couldn’t make it.
  16. Who wrote the book of love?
    a. It was a collaboration.
    b. Be more specific.
    c. I’ll take “Sounds like Shakespeare” for $500, Alex!
    d. Who’s on first.
  17. Will you still love me tomorrow?
    a. I guess so.
    b. Let me sleep on it.
    c. Tomorrow’s just another day.
    d. Let me get you another drink.
  18. Should I stay or should I go?
    a. Stay
    b. Go
    c. We’ve gotta get out of this place.
    d. Who invited you?
  19. Wouldn’t it be nice?
    a. If you’re into that sort of thing.
    b. I’ve tried it. It was overrated.
    c. Tomorrow’s just another day.
    d. Define “it”.
  20. What’s new pussycat?
    a. My hair. You didn’t even notice!
    b. The fact that you’re calling me pussycat.
    c. Whoa-oh-oh!
    d. Everything under the sun.

Extra credit:

How long to the point of no return?

a. Two miles

b. Three blocks that way, then turn left.

c. About thirty years behind us.

d. If train A leaves Chicago going 75mph and train B leaves Poughkeepsie going 80mph and train B overtakes train A in Des Moines what is the capitol of Nebraska?

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Pop Quiz!

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Pop quiz: Hat or fruit?

  1. Guava
  2. Beret
  3. Sapote
  4. Pahlavi
  5. Homburg
  6. Prune
  7. Sombrero
  8. Kumquat
  9. Kepi
  10. Lychee
  11. Durian
  12. Capirote
  13. Tamarind
  14. Boater
  15. Quince
  16. Shako
  17. Rambutan
  18. Turban
  19. Sloe
  20. Cloche
  21. Rowan
  22. Mantilla
  23. Capote
  24. Pawpaw
  25. Yanggwan
  26. Persimmon
  27. Trilby
  28. Fedora
  29. Mangosteen
  30. Beanie

Each question is worth a completely arbitrary three points to put unreasonable pressure on you to do math after you’ve finished.

75-150 points: Your elegant and fashionable dinner parties are intricate and well-planned in a way that makes everyone else insecure and uncomfortable. Who even knows what a shrimp fork is anymore?

60-74 points: You watch a lot of those fashion and cooking competition shows, don’t you?

45-59 points: Excellent guesswork. You win and may take a prize from the treasure box on the desk at the front of the room.

27-44 points: Still within the ballpark. You may take a pencil from the shoebox next to the chalkboard at the back of the room.

8.5-26 points: You knew most of this stuff at one time but like the quadratic formula you knew you’d never use it so you forgot it. You may take two prizes from the treasure box on the desk at the front of the room.

3-8.4 points: Please hand in the pencil you took from the shoebox next to the chalkboard at the back of the room when you came in. You shouldn’t be allowed to have anything sharp.

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Pop Quiz!

Musical term or pasta?

  1. Fusilli
  2. Abbellimenti
  3. Pappardelle
  4. Pizzoccheri
  5. Villotta
  6. Lamento
  7. Mafaldine
  8. Rigatoni
  9. Bamboula
  10. Tutti
  11. Obbligato
  12. Zimbalon
  13. Farfalloni
  14. Jongleur
  15. Passacaglia
  16. Lumaconi
  17. Mandala
  18. Orecchiette
  19. Quadrefiore
  20. Funiculì
  21. Ricciutelle
  22. Quadrettini
  23. Sacchettini
  24. Tortelloni
  25. Epithalamium
  26. Gnocchi
  27. Spatzle
  28. Malagueña
  29. Bucatini
  30. Logorrhea

Each answer is worth 1 point.

1-10 points: Great job guessing!

11-20 points: Your music appreciation/cooking instructor is somewhere saying, “Thank goodness something got through.”

21-30 points: We’re coming to your place for dinner and/or a concert.

Answer key:

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Pop Quiz!

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Medical term or fictional place:

  1. Amnion
  2. Sequela
  3. Avalon
  4. Naegleria
  5. Axon
  6. Dendrite
  7. Zegyma
  8. Elysium
  9. Dagoba
  10. Glioma
  11. Macrosomia
  12. Duodenum
  13. Laputa
  14. Labia
  15. Aasgard
  16. Adventitia
  17. Acne
  18. Trenzalore
  19. Presbyopia
  20. Scorbutus
  21. Cilia
  22. Xanadu
  23. Skaro
  24. Gynecomastia
  25. Lankhmar
  26. Equestria
  27. Pern
  28. Saccular
  29. Xanthinuria
  30. Quinacrine
  31. Czill
  32. Typhus
  33. Risa
  34. Cockaigne
  35. Mirkwood
  36. Xibalba
  37. Prophylaxis
  38. Keratoma
  39. Hyperborea
  40. Utopia
  41. Jiangyin
  42. Acathisia
  43. Meropis
  44. Placenta
  45. Uriel
  46. Acrodynia
  47. Jejunum
  48. Amtor
  49. Kalemia
  50. Toadsuck

Scoring: each correct answer is inexplicably worth 2 points.

0-50-Don’t sweat it.

50-75-You are very knowledgeable about medicine, mythology, or both.

76-95-Think about getting out more.

96-100-You either need professional help or you are the professional help.

Answer key:

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