Around the World
Retro and Vintage
Famous Footwear
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"A" easy question
100

This giant dividing structure in China was originally many smaller sections

The Great Wall

100

This yellow hero eats power pellets and tries to outrun Ghosts

Pac-Man

100

This man faced repeated fines from the NBA for wearing his signature "jump man" shoes

Michael Jordan

100

This is the largest Rodent in north America. It is known for its flat tail, waterproof fur and its ability to build a dam.

Beaver

100

This shoe company was started by a pair of German Brothers

Adidas

200

This cold, cold continent has the lowest population

Antarctica 

200

Hey! This 90's cartoon starred a "football headed" character and was one of the first cartoons to have actual children provide voices. 

Hey Arnold

200

These shoes with hidden wheels were popular with kids in the 2000's but hated by adults and doctors

Heely's

200

Unlike in Mario Bros, this real animal's shell is permanently attached

Turtle

200

This "Grown Up" Channel started off late at nights on Cartoon Network

Adult Swim

300

Where the Great Pyramid and Sphinx are located

Egypt

300

This Royal movie was Disney's most profitable animated film

Lion King

300

This company's shoe the Vaporfly is banned in many races for helping athletes run "too fast"

Nike

300

This large pouched marsupial can weigh up to 200 pounds and hop at speeds of 35 miles per hour

Kangaroo

300

This type of math uses letters for variables in the place of numbers

Algebra

400

This super rich city has a fleet of police cars that include Bugatti, Ferrari, Mercedes and Lamborghini

Dubai

400

This famous Rodent was made to replace Disney's original cartoon "Oswald the Lucky Rabbit"

Mickey Mouse

400

These shoes were introduced as Basketball shoes during the 1920's but now are popular in many different styles from Punk to Hip-Hop

Chuck Taylors

400

The oldest of these delicious red crustaceans was named "George" and was almost 140 years old

Lobster

400

This cold place is the largest of the United States

Alaska

500

This island is known for giant stone heads. (It shares its name with a bunny and egg themed holiday)

Easter Island

500

This spinach loving sailor was first animated in the 1930's

Popeye

500

These lunar bouncy shoes became popular in the 90's, but were discontinued due to broken ankles and countless lawsuits

Moon Shoes

500

This odd duck billed, venomous animal was originally thought to be a hoax, since it looks like he is made up of leftover parts

Platypus

500

This book features a young girl, the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat and the Queen of hearts

Alice in Wonderland

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