By definition, the “A” in the name of the A-line skirt refers to what?
A: The six arm holes in its sides B: The atomic energy used to make it
C: The antelope drawings all over it D: The way its shape makes a capital letter “A”
What scenic group of islands off the coast of Maine is named after something you might enjoy at Thanksgiving?
A: Cranberry Isles B: Green Bean Casserole Keys
C: Tofurkey Atoll D: Granny’s Mashed Potatoes Archipelago
What phrase that sounds vaguely like something you might hear at the gym is actually a saying widely attributed to Ben Franklin?
A: Feel the burn, baby B: Do you even lift, bro?
C: There are no gains without pains D: Sun’s out, guns out
Which of these is NOT an actual Army rank created by combining the names of two other official ranks?
A: Sergeant Major B: Corporal Captain
C: Lieutenant Colonel D: Major General
Which of these was a Broadway musical about a Broadway musical?
A: Cabaret B: Guys and Dolls
C: The Music Man D: A Chorus Line
A: 18% B: 12% C: 8% D: 62%
Now boasting one of the largest collections of paintings in the world, what museum began in 1764 with 255 paintings bought by Catherine the Great?
A: Louvre B: Hermitage
C: Uffizi D: Prado
Kieran says Catherine the Great, a Russian monarch, was originally Prussian.
Kieran wins $5,000.