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100

This muscle contributes to nearly every sound made in human speech.

Tongue 

100

Which cereal is most often called "magically delicious"?

Lucky Charms

100

What greeting was first used when answering the telephone?

Ahoy!

100

What type of candy is often found in a pack of baseball cards?

Bubble Gum

100

The city now know at Athens was named after this Greek Goddess of war.

Athena

200

If this is vibrating, a "voiced" sound is produced.

Vocal Cords


200

Which cereal was promoted with an animated sun named Sunny?

Raisin Bran


200

The original cell phone, first demonstrated in 1973, weighed how many pounds?

5 lbs


200

What candy's motto is "Taste the Rainbow"?

Skittles

200

Best known as the God of the sun, he also had a Dolphin form. 

Apollo 

300

‘Assassin’, meaning ‘those who use hashish’, comes from this language.

Arabic


300

Which cereal uses the slogan "Kid-Tested... Mother-Approved"?

Kix

300

In a 2012 poll by TIME magazine, what percentage of people said they can’t go a day without their cell phones?

84%

300

What red and white striped candy is a popular Christmas favorite?

Candy Cane


300

What fruit did Persephone eat to get her stuck in the Underworld?

Pomegranate 

400

‘Ebony’ probably comes from this AfroAsiatic language.

Egyptian 


400

This cereal is GRRRRREAT!

Frosted Flakes


400

What numerals on the telephone do not have corresponding letters?

1 and 0


400

If your hungry you should eat this candy bar.

Snickers

400

God of the Underworld.

Hades 

500

‘Orangutan’, meaning ‘man of the forest’, comes from this language.

Indonesian  

500

#1 cereal in the US

Cheerios 

500

What letters old rotary phones not use?

Q and Z

500

During what holiday is candy corn typically eaten?

Halloween 

500

The god of games

Hermes 

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