Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thanksgiving Quiz

Back by popular is our annual Thanksgiving Quiz. I must admit its a tough one.

1. Who was the first president to be presented with a turkey as a gift by the National Turkey Federation.
a)Lincoln b)Truman c)Wilson d)Bush

2. What is a turkey younger than 16 weeks called?
a)Tim b)A squab c) A fryer d)A Tom

3. When is Thanksgiving in Canada?
a)2nd Monday in Oct b)Nov 25 c)Boxer Day d)July 4

4. Which of the following is NOT one of the five most popular ways to eat turkey leftovers?
a)soup b)sandwich c)salad d)fried

5. How many people left England on the Mayflower and arrived in the New World?
a)509 b)102 c)66 d)336

6. Which of the following beverages did the Pilgrims bring on the Mayflower?
a)beer b) hard cider c)wine d)milk

7. The average weight of a turkey purchased for Thanksgiving is
a)15lbs b)18lbs c)221lbs d)23lbs

8. What was the name of the first leader of the Pilgrims?
a)Miles Standish b)William Bradford c)John Smith d)Warren Layne

9. In what month did the Pilgrims land in Massachusetts?
a)September b)May c)March d)December

10. The first Thanksgiving Day celebration lasted
a)one day b)two days c)three days d)one week

Bonus Question: What do you call a cranberry that is sad?

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1. b- Truman was the first president to received a turkey gift
2. c- A young turkey is a fryer
3. a- Canadian Thankgiving is the second Monday in October
4. d- A fried turkey is NOT popular
5. b- There were 102 people on the Mayflower
6. a- The pligrims brought beer with them
7. a- The average turkey purchased is 15lbs
8. b- William Bradford was the pligrim leader
9. d- The Pligrims arrived in December
10.c- The first Thanksgiving last three days
Bonus: A sad cranberry is called a blueberry...get it?

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