Geezers Quiz

Geezer Quiz 9.30.14

Q:  25 Percent of men say that this is the number one thing they would change about their wife or girlfriend. What is it?  

A. Hair Color  
B. Friends  
C. Their laugh

A:  Their Laugh

Geezer Quiz 9.29.14

Q:  The average person does this 70 times a day. What is it?  

A. Complain  
B. Burp  
C. Stare at someone

A:  Complain

Geezer Quiz 9.26.14

Q:  It’s estimated the 1.4 million Americans are injured every year wearing these.  What? 

A. Roller Blades 
B. flip-flops 
C. skinny jeans

A:  Flip-flops

Geezer Quiz 9.25.14

Q:  75% of men now say they don’t like it when a woman wears this.  What? 

A. Make Up 
B. High Heels 
C. Long Skirts

A:  Makeup

Geezer Quiz 9.24.14

Q:  What is it that causes half of Americans to lose up to 90 minutes of sleep a night? 

A. Nightmares 
B. Weak Bladders 
C. Pets in Bed

A:  Pets in Bed

Geezer Quiz 9.23.14

Q:  Hang on Sloopy is the official rock song for which state? 

A. California  
B. Ohio 
C. Arkansas

A:  Ohio

Geezer Quiz 9.11.14

Q:  The Average one of these lasts about 4 and 1/2 years.  What is it?  

A. Car  
B. Job  
C. cell phone

A:  Job

Geezer Quiz 9.10.14

Q:  In a recent study conducted by linguistics experts, this is the most hated word in the English language.  

A. Moist  
B. Vomit  
C. Actually

A:  Moist

Geezer Quiz 9.9.14

Q:  19% of people have seen their neighbor do this. What is it? 

A.  Sunbathe Nude  
B. Walk outside to get the paper in their underwear  
C. Steal flowers from a neighbor’s yard.

A:  Walk outside to get the paper in their underwear

Geezer Quiz 9.8.14

Q:  The average American uses 50 pounds per year. What?  

A. Toilet Paper  
B. Sugar  
C. Shampoo

A:  Toilet Paper

Geezer Quiz 9.5.14

Q:   Which of the following is not effected by wind chill? 

A. person  
B. dog  
C. car radiator

A:  Car Radiator

Geezer Quiz 9.4.14

Q:  What planet is the brightest object in the sky after the Sun and Moon? 

A. Venus  
B. Jupiter  
C. Mars

A:  Venus

Geezer Quiz 9.3.14

Q:  What is the official language of Brazil?  

A. Portuguese  
B. Spanish  
C. Turkish

A:  Portuguese

Geezer Quiz 9.2.14

Q:  Which color flame burns hottest?  

A. Red  
B. White  
C. Blue

A:  Blue, followed by white, yellow, orange and red.
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Rick's Thought for the Day

Thought 9.30.14

"I think in terms of the day's resolutions, not the years'"

Henry Moore

Thought 9.26.14

"Of all the seasons, autumn offers the most to man and requires the least of him"

Hal Borland

Thought 9.25.14

"There is a harmony
In autumn, and a luster in its sky..."

Percy Bysshe Shelley

Thought 9.24.14

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower"

Albert Camus

Thought 9.23.14

"Autumn is the hush before winter"

French Proverb

Thought 9.11.14

"The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page"

St. Augustine

Thought 9.10.14

"It is not down in any map; true places never are"

Herman Melville

Thought 9.9.14

"I travel because the life is short and the world is huge"


Thought 9.8.14

"Travel hugs my soul"

Chris Eckett


Thought 9.5.14

"Middle age is when work is a lot less fun and fun is a lot more work"

Author Unknown

Thought 9.4.14

"Friends listen to what you say. Best friends listen to what you don’t say"

Author Unknown

Thought 9.3.14

"The ornaments of your house will be the guests who frequent it"

Author Unknown

Thought 9.2.14

"The past is a guidepost, not a hitching post"

L. Thomas Holdcroft