Quiz about Short Questions Or Else
Quiz about Short Questions Or Else

Short Questions, Or Else Trivia Quiz

For those who aren't looking for quizzes with long questions, I have this quiz here for you. It's a ten question affair, but I've cut out...anything, really. The point is to make this quick and painless. No bothersome words.

A photo quiz by kyleisalive. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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1. What's this? Hint


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2. Where's that? Hint


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3. This is a...? Hint

Gila monster

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4. What shape? Hint


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5. Which program? Hint

The Big Bang Theory

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6. How tall? Hint

1,000 ft
1,776 ft
1,812 ft
1,313 ft

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7. Which one? Hint

Flathead screwdriver
Phillips-head screwdriver
Allen wrench/hex key
Torx drive screwdriver

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8. What cloud? Hint


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9. Which movie? Hint

North By Northwest

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10. Whose flag? Hint


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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. What's this?

Answer: Daikon

A literal translation of the Japanese word for 'big root', daikon is a type of radish originally grown in Asia (Japan being one such spot). Grown in different temperatures depending on the region, daikon are used in a number of ethnic cuisines, notably regional Indian dishes and in Japanese ponzu sauces.

Another popular method of preparation for these would be pickling. In modern times, the daikon is grown worldwide though there are few traditional Western dishes that go anywhere near using them.
2. Where's that?

Answer: Thailand

This Bangkok landmark is Wat Arun (full name Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan) and it sits on the Chao Phraya River in Thailand's capital city. Known in English as the 'Temple of Dawn', this complex of Hindu spires is one of the largest such sites in the city (which has hundreds of wats throughout). One of the most-visited landmarks in the nation, it sits across the river, a short ferry ride away, from Wat Pho.

This one was built in the seventeenth century.
3. This is a...?

Answer: Roadrunner

Although three of those options are birds (a gila monster is a lizard), the roadrunner is the correct option here. A far cry from the massive bird seen in the Looney Tunes cartoons, the roadrunner is actually a speedy, little ground-dweller usually found in desert regions of the Southwest United States (as it spills into Mexico). Do they run on roads? Well, sure-- they can. On a clear stretch they can run more than twenty miles per hour.
4. What shape?

Answer: Dodecagon

A dodecagon is a two-dimensional shape that has twelve sides, and the picture you've looked at is a regular dodecagon. As for the other options, an octahedron is right out of the possibilities; it's a three-dimensional shape with eight faces. An enneadecagon is a two-dimensional shape with nineteen sides and a hendecagon has eleven.

A British one pound coin is a dodecagon.
5. Which program?

Answer: Friends

The picture here shows the Central Perk setting as featured in the popular NBC sitcom "Friends" which ran for ten years between the 1990s and 2000s. One of the most popular television programs of its generation, it often featured the titular friends hanging out at this spot, usually in the foreground at the couch and chair setup. Two of the friends worked at Central Perk at one point or another; one performed live music there on occasion.
6. How tall?

Answer: 1,776 ft

One World Trade Center, found in Lower Manhattan, has a significant height, and while it may seem a bit...erm...trivial to put it in front of someone, it was build specifically with a height-- ground to spire-- of 1,776ft for patriotic reasons. Built in the place of the original 1 World Trade Center building, this structure shares its height with the year of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Upon completion, and including the spire, it became the fourth-tallest skyscraper in the world.
7. Which one?

Answer: Phillips-head screwdriver

The Phillips-head screwdriver goes by several names, but it's distinct for its cross-tip, designed for screws that have a cross to tighten or loosen. Invented in America by Henry F. Phillips during the 1930s, its initial use was in the automotive industry though it quickly became the world's leading screw, partly because of the strength of the cruciform screw head but also because of its adaptability with the existing flathead screwdriver.
8. What cloud?

Answer: Cumulus

Cumulus clouds are fluffy in appearance and are typically low in the sky, forming around 2,000 feet up. Named after the Latin for 'heap' or 'pile', these cloud types are fairly normal to see and can be used to forecast weather systems depending on other factors.

The higher the cumulus, the more it signifies inclement weather (and the more it shifts into another form). Altocumulus, for instance, usually signals a pressure system that leads into a thunderstorm.
9. Which movie?

Answer: North By Northwest

Although all of the options are films that come from the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, only "North By Northwest" features a climactic scene on top of Mount Rushmore in which Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint have to climb down its face to escape their adversary.

This is also the movie that featured the famous crop duster chase scene. This movie, released in 1959, is amongst Hitchcock's most famous and has been preserved by the U.S. Library of Congress for its influence in film.
10. Whose flag?

Answer: Uruguay

Adopted as the nation's flag in 1830, Uruguay's offering here isn't unlike a lot of other flags. Like the U.S. flag, the stripes are representative of regions of the country (in the U.S. it's the thirteen original colonies, but in Uruguay it's the nine departments) and like neighbouring Argentina's flag, it features blue and white and a sun. Malawi's flag shares none of the same colours (it's red, black, and green), Panama's flag contains red, and the state flag for Arizona features red, blue, and yellow with a big star in the center.
Source: Author kyleisalive

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