Multiple Choice Mystery Questions
- Q1) Which of these dance names is used to describe a fashionable dot?
A) Hora B) Swing C) Lambada D) Polka
- Q2) In what "language" would you say "ello-hay" to greet your friends?
A) Bull Latin B) Dog Latin C) Duck Latin D) Pig Latin
- Q3) What part of a chicken is commonly called the "drumstick"?
A) Breast B) Wing C) Leg D) Gizzard
- Q4) What is the only position on a football team that can be "sacked"?
A) Center B) Wide receiver C) Tight end D) Quarterback
- Q5) What god of love is often depicted as a chubby winged infant with a bow and arrow?
A) Zeus B) Mercury C) Cupid D) Poseidon
- Q6) What Steven Spielberg film climaxes at a place called Devil's Tower?
A) E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial B) Jurassic Park C) Raiders of the Lost Ark D) Close Encounters of the Third Kind
- Q7) In what U.S. town did the famous 1881 shoot-out at the O.K. Corral take place?
A) Laramie B) Tombstone C) El Paso D) Dodge City
- Q8) Which of the following months has no U.S. federal holiday?
A) August B) February C) September D) November
- Q9) What mythological beast is reborn from its own ashes?
A) Phoenix B) Minotaur C) Dragon D) Golem
- Q10) Who developed the first effective vaccine against polio?
A) Albert Sabin B) Niels Bohr C) Louis Pasteur D) Jonas Salk
- Q11) Which of the following is not a monotheistic religion?
A) Islam B) Judaism C) Hinduism D) Christianity
- Q12) What architect designed the glass pyramid in the courtyard of the Louvre?
A) Philip Johnson B) Le Corbusier C) Frank Gehry D) I.M. Pei