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Teen Slang
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Trivia Question: What is the rarest M&M color?



Brown

100

Trivia Question: Who played James Bond in "No Time To Die" ? 

Daniel Craig

100

Trivia Question: What is the nearest planet to the sun?

mercury

100

Trivia Question: Botany is the scientific study of what? 


plants

100

Trivia Question: The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country? 


France

100

How many goals did Erling Braut Haaland score against Sweden yesterday (ie 12 June 2022) 

two 

100

Trivia Question: How many signs are there in the Zodiac?  

12


100

You get nothing!

100

Cheugy

Sorry, parents, but as soon as you've mastered this list, it will likely be cheugy, or out of style.

200

Trivia Question: What is the common name for dried plums?


Prunes

200

Trivia Question: Who Was the "king of rock and Roll"

Elvis

200

Trivia Question: What is the hottest planet? 


Venus

200

Which animal is said to have nine lives?

cat

200

Trivia Question: What is the world’s biggest island?

Greenland

200

Erling Braut Haaland scored two goals yesterday (12 June 2022). Who scored the third goal? 

Alexander Sørloth 

200

Trivia Question: What does Na stand for on the periodic table? 

Sodium (Salt)

200

Triple points to you and the lowest team!

200

Snatched

You don’t have to worry if you hear your teen saying that someone or something is snatched. It’s actually a compliment, and it could sound something like: “I love those sneakers! They are so snatched.”

300

What was the first soft drink in space?

Coca Cola
300

Trivia Question: What state is the Hollywood walk of fame in

California

300

Trivia Question: How many bones do sharks have?

None

300

What is the main food source for pandas? 

bamboo

300

Trivia Question: Which country produces the most coffee in the world?

Brazil

300

On which team does Cristiano Ronaldo play (13 June 2022) 

Manchester United

300

What month of the year has 28 days?

ALL OF THEM

300

Go to first place!

300

Stan

This teen slang term has evolved in meaning over the years from a blend of "stalker" and "fan" to, more recently, a term showing support of someone or something. For example, "I used to think pop stars should stick to making music, but I totally stan Lady Gaga in 'A Star Is Born.'" The word first reached the mainstream in 2000 with the release of Eminem's hit "Stan," about an obsessed fan.

400

Trivia Question: Which country invented ice cream?


China

400

Trivia Question: What day is Star Wars Day?

May 4

400

What disease stems from the medieval term that means ‘bad air’?


Malaria

400

Trivia Question:  Which mammal has no vocal cords? Gorilla, coyote, monkey, or giraffe

Giraffe

400

Trivia Question: What is the smallest country in the world?



Vatican City

400

Rosenborg's women's team played against Brann yesterday (12 June 2022). What was the result?

they won 1-0
400

Name one country which hasn't missed any of the modern-day Olympics

Greece and Australia 

400

Go to Second place!

400

CD9

Breaker, breaker. This one may take you back to the walkie-talkie days of your youth. CD9 stands for Code 9 as in, “Can’t talk! My parents are here!”

500

Trivia Question: What is the only edible food that never goes bad?  

Honey

500

Trivia Question: What boxer is known as the Greatest of All Time?

Muhammed Ali

500

Trivia Question: What is the opposite of matter?

antimatter

500

Trivia Question:  What organ does an octopus have three of?

heart

500

Trivia Question: What is a meteorologist? News Reporter, sports analyst, or a person who studies the weather

Person who studies the weather.

500

Who scored Rosenborg women's goal against Brann yesterday (12 June 2022)? 

Synne Skinnes Hansen

500

What is the plural of sheep?

Sheep

500

Go to last place!

500

Fauci Ouchie

It didn't take long during the coronavirus pandemic for vaccine-related slang to enter the English language (vaxxed, Hot Vax Summer, and Rona, to name a few). A Fauci Ouchie refers to the COVID-19 vaccine with a reference to public health expert and proponent of vaccines, Dr. Anthony Fauci.

600

Trivia Question: What is Co2 referred to as?

Carbon Dioxide

600

Trivia Question: What is the Golden man statue given to talented actors

An oscar

600

Which "planet" used to be a planet, but was "degraded" to a dwarf planet?

Pluto

600

Trivia Question:  What is the only fruit that has its seeds on the outside?


Strawberry

600

Trivia Question: How many official languages does switzwerland have 

4

600

in taekwondo, which belt is better - the blue or the green? 

the blue 

600

Who painted the famous Las Meninas?

Diego Velázquez

600

Triple points!


600

LMIRL

This is an acronym used in texting, and it’s something we almost never would have had a reason to say as kids - unless we were hand writing letters to pen pals via snail mail. LMIRL means Let’s Meet In Real Life. Hopefully, this person is not a creeper, to use another teen slang word.

700

Trivia Question: From which country does Gouda cheese originate?

Netherlands

700

Trivia Question: How many kids does Angelina Jolie have?

6

700

What is made by white blood cells to help fight off infection?

Antibodies

700

What type of animal is a Flemish giant? 

rabbit

700

What is the capital of India?

New Dehli

700

on which island did Cristiano Ronaldo grow up?

Madeira

700

Trivia Question:  Grapes grow on trees?  True or False

False.. They grow on vines.

700

Double points!

700

Mittens

The term mittens is getting even more attention after the publication of countless Bernie Sanders' mittens memes. It’s a descriptive term for something that was not quite amazing, but not bad either. For example, “I didn’t ace the test, but I didn’t fail it either. I guess it was mittens.”

800

Trivia Question: What is the most consumed manufactured drink in the world?

Tea

800

Trivia Question: What are the names of Cinderella’s stepsisters?

Anastasia and Drizella

800

Trivia Question: The first vaccine was for which disease?

Small Pox

800

Trivia Question: How many eyes does a bee have? 2,4,5,or 6


5

800

Trivia Question:What layer of the Earth is right below the crust?

Mantle

800

Casper Ruud beat a young Danish boy in the quarter finals of the Roland Garros tournament. What was the Dane's name? 

Holger Rune

800

Trivia Question: What is the only metal that is a liquid at normal pressure? 

Mercury

800

Lose triple points

800

Diamond Hands

Diamond hands refers to the state of hanging on to a situation that carries extreme financial risk. For example, “Even though it was risky, my bae has diamond hands. She held on to her bitcoin investment until she made back $25,000.”

1000

Trivia Question: What is the name given to Indian food cooked over charcoal in a clay oven?

Tandoori

1000

Trivia Question: What was the first toy to be advertised on television?

Mr Potato Head from Toy Story

1000

Trivia Question: What planet in our solar system has the most gravity?

Jupiter

1000

Why are flamingos pink?

because of their diet

1000

Which country is the third largest in Oceania? 

New Zealand

1000

Which athlete born in 1960 was the oldest Norwegian to ever compete in the Olympics in Tokyo 2020 (2021)  

Geir Gulliksen

1000

Trivia Question: What country has the most vending machines per capita?

Japan

1000

You get points, but the lowest team goes to second place!

1000

POS

I’m not going to use profanity, but I bet POS means a phrase in your mind that starts with the words piece of… Today, POS is a quick acronym for texting or messaging that means Parents over Shoulder. So if you see this one, maybe you should stay near your teen for a few minutes longer.

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