Friday, November 27, 2020

The Ultimate Christmas Trivia Quiz


Since it's Black Friday, it's time to start thinking seriously about Christmas, hence: 

The Ultimate Christmas Trivia Quiz

If you recall the Halloween quiz, this was done by the same website. Which means, some of these questions are easy, some are more challenging, and once you submit at the end, you scroll back up to see which questions you got right (answers in green) and which ones you got wrong (your answers in red). 

I got 17 out of 20. I did not know the ones I got wrong, so I'm happy with that result. Let me know how you did in the comments.

22 comments:

  1. I got 15. Not as good as I was hoping, but that's okay.

    Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving!

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    1. Thanks. I hope your Thanksgiving was great, too.

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  2. I got the same answer. One I meant to say the right one but picked the other colour when I meant to pick the right choice. I am trying not to give anything away. Hope your Thanksgiving was nice and have a good weekend!

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    1. In my book, that means you got it right. Accidental clicks should be able to be fixed ;)

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  3. I got sixteen, although I guessed on quite a few. I've never even heard of a Christmas cracker before.

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  4. 18 out of 20. The two I missed - one, the color of mistletoe berries, which I missed due to some convoluted logic of mine, and the other, the creator of Christmas cards, because I had no clue. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  5. 16 out of 20; I'm impressed :)

    betty

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  6. 16 0ut of 20
    Stay Safe and Coffee is on

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  7. 18 out of 20. Not bad, not bad at all.

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  8. 16...but I answered the mistletoe question based on Aussie mistletoe, not realising European mistletoe is different, lol. Otherwise I had no idea about Santa in advertising (as it is our summer at Christmas we get thirst quenching advertising from that company) and the two "12" questions threw me, lol.

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  9. 18/20! The ones I missed were probably the card originator, what city was in Elf (never seen it, can't stand the actor!). Or, the cracker one. I am not familiar with them outside of British novels!

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  10. I missed the color of holly berries and the lucky food during the 12 days of xmas. Aren't mince pies made with bits of meat? I bet that was lucky to eat during the bitter winter days of London. Channeling Oliver! the musical right now. I wonder if some day a musical will be written about the hardships of the pandemic. We could probably use one right now. Hey Liz! I've popped out of my cave for a bit. Hope all's well with you.

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  11. 19/20. Forgot to see which one I missed, but I think it was the creator of Christmas cards.

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  12. 16/20. Better than I thought I would do. :)

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