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Thanksgiving Trivia Quiz November 24, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Gratitude, Happiness.
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Chicken-Little-PosterTired of rushing around to stock up for the Holiday Feast?
Waiting for Black Friday to see who’ll pay the least?

Are you a Trivia Buff . . . or a History Whiz?
Why not test yourself with this Thanksgiving Quiz?

Test Your Thanksgiving Knowledge

So, how did you do?  Did you ace the test?
Did you score high?  Did you do your best?

Did you have FUN?  Or learn something new?
Whatever your score . . . Happy Thanksgiving to YOU!

Comments

1. Carl D'Agostino - November 24, 2011

Strongly disagree with #2 answer. The Pilgrims happened to be just one tiny congregation of Puritans of whom around 30,000 followed next decade or two. Puritans established a theocracy allowing no religious freedom and Quakers were maliciously persecuted. A Catholic or Jew best not show their faces either. Even dissenters of the Congregational Way within were banished. Mayflower Compact in no way ensures religious freedom. Merely a pact to submit to a government , a self government and in that lies its importance as first constitutional document in North America.

nrhatch - November 24, 2011

Thanks, Carl. That’s my understanding as well . . . freedom of religion only extended to those who shared the same faith and beliefs. Not true freedom at all.

2. Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide - November 24, 2011

I was sailing along and then tanked. 50 percent. I’m thankful my grade doesn’t count. Have a great Thanksgiving!

nrhatch - November 24, 2011

I’m with you ~ glad that my school days are behind me and I’m no longer competing to “get to the head of the class.”

Hope you enjoyed your feast from first bite to last.

3. sufilight - November 24, 2011

I don’t do well with certain trivia tests but want to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!

nrhatch - November 24, 2011

Thanks, Marie! Hope you had a wonderful day. Ours was lovely.

4. spilledinkguy - November 24, 2011

Somehow I got 5 out of 6, which seems pretty good (because I totally guessed on all but one of them)!
🙂

nrhatch - November 24, 2011

Nice! I like watching Jeopardy while we eat dinner ~ it’s FUN to come up with the right answer . . . especially when it’s just a “good guess.”

5. Booksphotographsandartwork - November 24, 2011

I’d like to know how there can be slurping going on at the table when there was absolutely no soup served! Fudge, next year I will make sure to sit somewhere else!

nrhatch - November 24, 2011

That’s funny, Linda! Maybe some people slurp the cranberry sauce . . . or the gravy! 😆

Speaking of fudge . . . my sister brought some made with carob and oatmeal. Quite tasty.

6. Booksphotographsandartwork - November 24, 2011

Yummmy.

nrhatch - November 25, 2011

Scrumptious!

7. Tilly Bud - November 25, 2011

3/6. For an uitlander, that’s not bad!

nrhatch - November 25, 2011

Nice job. The quiz rotates, offering up different questions each time you take it. I had to guess at many questions . . . like “How many people are traveling more than 50 miles this Thanksgiving?” IDK . . . a lot? 😀

8. eof737 - November 25, 2011

Love the food in the oven… Delicious… I’ll check out the quiz later. Hope your Thanksgiving was delightful! 🙂

nrhatch - November 25, 2011

We had a great day with my sister and her family ~ including a short visit to the beach for a walk with my nieces, games, a movie, and lots of delicious food.

We’ve enjoyed some of the leftovers today. 😀

9. CMSmith - November 27, 2011

I got exactly one out of six right, and that was a pure guess. I guess I’m not very good at trivia. I should have had the Mayflower Compact, though. I thought it was a trick question.

I probably didn’t learn anything lasting, because I’m sure I’ll promptly forget. 🙂

nrhatch - November 27, 2011

Sometimes the trivia of life is not worth remembering. 😛


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