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100

This part of the grape imparts the color for wine

Grape skin

100

This is the driest continent on Earth

Antarctica

100

Liberty Mutual was founded in this year

1912

100

This is the most commonly called football penalty

False Start

100

Fish are friends...

not food.

100

John Mayer wrote a song about this law of physics

Gravity

200

These sour candies are shaped like humans

Sour Patch Kids

200

This planet is closest to Earth

Venus

200

Which of the following is an endangered species:

- Red-eyed tree frog

- Field mouse

- Dwarf rhino

- Penguin

Field mouse

200

This basketball player has the most points in NBA history

Kareem Abdul Jabbar

200
To infinity...

and beyond.

200

This classical composer was deaf

Ludwig van Beethoven

300

This is the most widely planted grape in the world

Cabernet Sauvignon

300

Name two countries that start with the letter P

  • Pakistan
  • Palau
  • Panama
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Philippines
  • Poland
  • Portugal
300

Name all five of NYC's boroughs

The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island

300

These two NFL teams are tied for the most Super Bowl wins

Patriots and Steelers

300

All it takes is faith, trust, ...

and pixie dust.

300

This movie features a DeLorean time machine

Back to the Future

400

This candy was invented in the year 1940 by Henry Kessler. It was first produced in Pennsylvania, in a city after which the candy was named. Kessler's intent was to make a more firm and less gooey chocolate mint confection, expected to pass "the snap test."

York Peppermint Pattie

400

Name one of the two "most neighborly" states (states sharing a border with the most other states)

Tennessee (KY, VA, NC, GA, AL, MS, AR, MI)

Missouri (IA, IL, KY, TN, AR, OK, KS, NE)

400
This city is the home of the USA's oldest public park, established in 1634

Boston, Mass.

400

Kylian Mbappe plays for this team

Paris Saint-Germain

400

Some people are worth __________ for.

melting

400

This singer has had a Billboard No 1 hit in each of the last four decades

Mariah Carey

500

Which country invented milk chocolate?

a. Germany

b. Switzerland

c. Italy

d. Belgium

b. Switzerland

500

This city is where you can find the Spanish Steps

Rome, Italy

500

These are the names of Donald Duck's nephews

Huey, Dewey, and Louie

500

This NBA team is the only one with "City" in the full title of the team name

Oklahoma City Thunder

500

We finish each others...

sandwiches

500

The East High Wildcats combine song, dance, and basketball in this Disney Channel Original Movie

High School Musical

600

This Seattle fish vendor has become a tourist attraction, famous for throwing fish from the display cases to the scales

Pike Place Fish Market

600

This country has the most natural lakes

Canada

600

This is the world's most expensive spice by weight

Saffron

600

The earliest known time this game was played was in Chicago on Thanksgiving in 1887. It took place at a gathering to hear the outcome of the Yale/Harvard football game. When the score was announced and bets were settled, a Yale alumnus threw a boxing glove at a Harvard supporter. The Harvard fan grabbed a stick and swung at the rolled up glove. This first contest ended with a score of 41–40.

Softball

600

We don't talk about...

Bruno

600

This Beach Boys song was covered by The Muppets

Kokomo

700

This chocolate is named after a French novel that highlights the adventures of swordsmen

3 Musketeers

700

This city is the capital of Greece

Athens

700

Agrizoophobia is the fear of...

Wild animals

700

This football coach also coached baseball and basketball at Georgia Tech

John Heisman

700

Hakuna matata. It means...

no worries.

700

This movie was incorrectly announced as the winner of Best Picture at the 2017 Academy Awards

La La Land

800

This cereal grain only grows in water

Rice

800

Name all five of the Great Lakes

Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior

800

One of New York City's most beautiful libraries is the Morgan Library, which houses the once-private collection of this man

JP Morgan

800

This is the number of times Tiger Woods has won The Masters

5

800

Ohana means family. Family means

nobody gets left behind.

800

This baseball player signed the baseball in the movie "The Sandlot"

Babe Ruth

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