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You Want a Piece of Me? Trivia Quiz


Come on, see if you can find the right body part within the given clues. Take a hike! Take a piece of me. Why not take all of me? Good luck!

A multiple-choice quiz by alexis722. Estimated time: 9 mins.
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Author
alexis722
Time
9 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
365,608
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
20
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
15 / 20
Plays
877
Last 3 plays: sam388 (20/20), paper_aero (15/20), Inquizition (7/20).
Question 1 of 20
1. Hey, should Erwin be in the black tank or the green one?

Answer: (One word - 8 letters)
Question 2 of 20
2. Before you toss that crepe in the pan, crease the edges a bit.

Answer: (One word - 8 letters)
Question 3 of 20
3. My voice has such an awful rasp. Leena should have some soothing lozenges.

Answer: (One word - 6 letters)
Question 4 of 20
4. There he goes again! It's Tom, aching for his old bunk bed at home.

Answer: (One word - 7 letters)
Question 5 of 20
5. Listen, Bub, rain doesn't bother stalwart campers. We can cope with anything out here.

Answer: (One word - 5 letters)
Question 6 of 20
6. Try to stay on the path. Earth will get into your boots anyway. You can dump it out when we stop again.

Answer: (One word - 3 or 5 letters)
Question 7 of 20
7. You know, I've been itching to cut your hair shorter. Doesn't it get in your way?
(NOT hair).

Answer: (One word - 4 letters)
Question 8 of 20
8. Great, time for a break and some food. Wow, this is the richest stew I've ever tasted!

Answer: (One word - 5 letters)
Question 9 of 20
9. Sorry, ma'am, those slingback shoes are not meant for hiking. You need a pair of good boots.

Answer: (One word - 4 letters)
Question 10 of 20
10. You want escargot for dinner? Get real, lady, we don't have those kinds of snails around here.

Answer: (One word - 4 or 5 letters)
Question 11 of 20
11. So you think you can lift a ton! Guess how many men it would take to do that without any getting hurt.

Answer: (One Word - 6 letters)
Question 12 of 20
12. Boy, I'm too thirsty to hike any further. How long till the next break?

Answer: (One word - 5 letters)
Question 13 of 20
13. Don't you worry. You'll come to no harm while I'm leading this troop!

Answer: (One word - 3 letters)
Question 14 of 20
14. No way am I going to reel, bow or scrape to anyone out here!


Answer: (One Word - 5 letters)
Question 15 of 20
15. Shh, we're in enemy territory. Here's a spy. "Stand and deliver!"

Answer: (One word - 5 letters)
Question 16 of 20
16. I should never have bought these chafing ersatz leather boots. I'm really sore from walking.

Answer: (One word - 6 or 7 letters)
Question 17 of 20
17. Listen, Archie, you need to get off that high horse of yours and contribute to the work we're doing here.

Answer: (One Word - 5 letters)
Question 18 of 20
18. Hank, let me give you some assistance with that rope, it's all tangled up.

Answer: (One word - 5 letters)
Question 19 of 20
19. What's the problem, Jack? Need a little help climbing that mound?

Answer: (One word - 4 letters )
Question 20 of 20
20. I don't know about you, gentle reader, but I'm too weary to go any further.

Answer: (One word - 3 letters)

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Most Recent Scores
Feb 22 2024 : sam388: 20/20
Feb 08 2024 : paper_aero: 15/20
Jan 26 2024 : Inquizition: 7/20

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Hey, should Erwin be in the black tank or the green one?

Answer: Shoulder

'SHOULD ERwin be...'
The shoulder is considered a strong point on your body. You can shoulder your responsibilities, put your shoulder to the wheel, shoulder a weapon or give someone a shoulder to cry on.
2. Before you toss that crepe in the pan, crease the edges a bit.

Answer: Pancreas

'the PAN, CREASe the'
Your pancreas is a glandular organ which produces insulin, polypeptides and other digestive aids needed by the body. It is also an endocrine gland.
3. My voice has such an awful rasp. Leena should have some soothing lozenges.

Answer: Spleen

'..raSP LEENa should."
The spleen is part of the lymphatic system found in all vertebrates. It acts as a filter for the blood and is an important part of the circulatory system as well.
4. There he goes again! It's Tom, aching for his old bunk bed at home.

Answer: Stomach

'It'S TOM ACHing..'
Your stomach takes charge of the foods you eat and uses its acids to break it down into nutrients so your body can use them. The rest is passed on as waste. As a verb, you can stomach certain things but not others. Your stomach is usually sensitive to your body's general health.
5. Listen, Bub, rain doesn't bother stalwart campers. We can cope with anything out here.

Answer: Brain

'BuB, RAIN doesn't..'
Your brain is safely encased in your skull and is the computer that runs your body. This is your command center; it retains your memories, senses pain or pleasure, produces melatonin as well as sending out signals to the body to keep it running smoothly. The brain is not an organ that has thus far been successfully transplanted, although in fiction, Victor Frankenstein did manage it. The results were not exactly what he expected.
6. Try to stay on the path. Earth will get into your boots anyway. You can dump it out when we stop again.

Answer: Heart

'patH. EARTh will.' EAR will also work.
Take good care of your heart and it will take good care of you. The heart and lungs are buddies, blood from the heart is loaded with oxygen from your lungs. Your lungs, in turn expel waste gas such as carbon dioxide taken from the blood. "Wearing your heart on your sleeve" is an old expression that indicates you show your personal feelings easily.
7. You know, I've been itching to cut your hair shorter. Doesn't it get in your way? (NOT hair).

Answer: Chin

'itCHINg'
You're usually supposed to 'keep your chin up'. The British call a good heart to heart talk a chinwag.
8. Great, time for a break and some food. Wow, this is the richest stew I've ever tasted!

Answer: Chest

'riCHEST..'
Your chest consists of your upper vital organs protected by the rib cage. Sometimes you have to 'get things off your chest' (get rid of worries by talking them out with someone).
9. Sorry, ma'am, those slingback shoes are not meant for hiking. You need a pair of good boots.

Answer: Back

'slingBACK'
Your back is held up by your spinal cord and vertebrae. Back pain of various types is probably one of the most common medical problems experienced by humans.
10. You want escargot for dinner? Get real, lady, we don't have those kinds of snails around here.

Answer: Nails

'sNAILS'
We have nails (keratin) on our fingers and toes. They're helpful in picking things up. In many cultures the nails are decorated lavishly, and in ancient China, the empress had nails that reached to the ground, showing she was so powerful she never had to do any work.
11. So you think you can lift a ton! Guess how many men it would take to do that without any getting hurt.

Answer: Tongue

'a TON! GUEss..'
Your tongue is very useful for speaking and for helping to chew food. Sensors on the tongue convey taste.
12. Boy, I'm too thirsty to hike any further. How long till the next break?

Answer: Tooth

'TOO THirsty'
A tooth is a chewing aid, and humans have many types, as we are generally omnivores. So there are teeth for biting, tearing, and grinding. Each species of animal has the proper teeth for its proper diet; herbivores have flat grinding teeth for grasses, leaves and plants, while carnivores need sharp teeth for ripping flesh.
13. Don't you worry. You'll come to no harm while I'm leading this troop!

Answer: Arm

'hARM'
Your arm runs from shoulder to hand, and consists of one bone in the upper arm (humerus) and two in the lower arm, the radius and the ulna. You can also 'take up arms', 'bear arms', or 'disarm' an opponent, the 'arms' in these expressions referring to weaponry (armament).
14. No way am I going to reel, bow or scrape to anyone out here!

Answer: Elbow

'reEL, BOW..'
Your elbow is the joint that connects your upper and lower arm. It is sometimes called the 'funny bone' - whacking it against something is not funny, but perhaps it got that name from the humerus bone that runs from shoulder to elbow. You can 'elbow' your way through a crowd of people, that is push and thrust your way through using your elbows as pointy nudgers.
15. Shh, we're in enemy territory. Here's a spy. "Stand and deliver!"

Answer: Liver

'deLIVER'
The liver is a unique organ in vertebrates that performs many functions, possibly as many as 500, according to scientists. It detoxifies the blood, synthesizes proteins, and produces substances used in the digestive process.
16. I should never have bought these chafing ersatz leather boots. I'm really sore from walking.

Answer: Fingers

'chaFING ERSatz'
Fingers are the digits on your hands that allow you to work with things, especially precision work. You can 'finger' a suspect (point at the person), or 'keep your finger on the pulse' of something (stay informed about a subject). Your fingerprint is unique and can be used to identify you.
17. Listen, Archie, you need to get off that high horse of yours and contribute to the work we're doing here.

Answer: Thigh

'thaT HIGH horse'
Your thigh is the upper part of your leg and contains the longest bone in the body, the femur.
18. Hank, let me give you some assistance with that rope, it's all tangled up.

Answer: Ankle

'H..ANK, LEt me'
Your ankle is the part that connects your foot to your lower leg. Skating strengthens your ankles but can also cause a sprain or strain. Your doctor will tell you how to allow it to heal correctly.
19. What's the problem, Jack? Need a little help climbing that mound?

Answer: Knee

'JacK NEEd a..'
Your knee is the joint that connects the thigh to the calf. The kneebone is called the patella.
20. I don't know about you, gentle reader, but I'm too weary to go any further.

Answer: Ear

'wEARy'
Your ear is the auditory organ you use for hearing. You can 'keep your ear to the ground' (pick up information about something). You may wear earmuffs in the winter to protect your ears from the cold.
Source: Author alexis722

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