Candy
Slogans
Trivia pt.1
Trivia pt.2
State Laws
100

Which U.S. holiday sees the highest candy sales?

Halloween.

100

I'm lovin' it.

McDonald's

100

What two primary colors make the color green?

Blue and Yellow

100

What year did America drop a bomb on Hiroshima?

1945

100

In what American state is it illegal to dress up like a priest or a nun? (Arkansas, Wisconsin, Alabama, or Georgia)

Alabama

200

What does M&M stand for?

Mars and Murrie.

200

There's some things money can't buy. For everything else there's ______________.

Mastercard

200

How many cards are there in a standard deck?

52

200

In The Wizard of Oz, the Tin Man wanted to see the Wizard about getting…

A heart

200

In what American state is it illegal to scare a pigeon (Massachusetts, Illinois, Texas, Indiana)

Massachusetts

300

What type of candy arrived in America, via a Spanish ship, in 1641?

Chocolate

300

The Taste You Can See

Cinnamon Toast Crunch

300

How many Amendments does the US Constitution have?

27

300

Trivia Question: Babies have more ____ than adults

Bones

300

In what American state is it illegal to Eavesdrop? (California, Georgia, Idaho, or Oklahoma)

Oklahoma

400

What candy bar was included in American soldiers' rations during the second world war?

Heath Bar

400

They keep going and going and going.

Energizer Batteries

400

According to Forrest Gump, “life was like…”

A box of chocolates

400

Which country does the rock band AC/DC actually originate from?

Australia

400

In what American state is it illegal to ban the use of clotheslines? (Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri, or Vermont)

Vermont

500

What candy was banned in North Dakota between 1953 and 1967 for fear it would encourage child smokers?

Candy cigarettes.

500

Sit back, relax and enjoy the go.

Charmin

500

What is the hardest language to learn?


English

500

Give me the line that follows:

In West Philadelphia born and raised

On the playground is where I spent most of my days

500

In what American state is it illegal to play Bingo for more than Five Hours? (Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, or Oregon)

North Carolina

600

What was created by Wunderle Candy Company in 1880 that is still a best-selling Halloween candy today?

Candy Corn.

600

The happiest place in the world.

Disneyworld

600

In Greek mythology, who had snakes for hair and could turn people into stone if they looked at her?

Medusa

600

Leatherheads refers to players of what sport?

Football

600

In what American state is it illegal to sell human organs? (Michigan, Arkansas, Vermont, or Texas)

Texas

700

What chocolate candy bar includes vanilla, chocolate, and carmel?

What is milky way

700

"The great American chocolate bar, there's a smile in every ______"

Hershey's

700

Canada eats more "what" than any other nation in the world?  

Mac and Cheese.

700

What did the crocodile swallow in Peter Pan?

An alarm clock.

700

In what American state is it illegal to sell alcohol at a discounted price? (Utah, Kentucky, New York, or Virginia)

Utah

800

President Ronald Reagan loved which candy so much his private planes were fitted with special compartments to keep them safe in flight?

Jelly beans.

800

The Breakfast of Champions

Wheaties

800

Trivia Question: Who painted the ceiling in the Sistine Chapel?

Michelangelo

800

On every continent (except Antartica), there is a city named what?

Rome

800

In what American state is it illegal to use billboard ads? (Connecticut, New Mexico, Oregon or Hawaii)

Hawaii

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