1. What type of house did the Grinch live in? cave 2. How many days did the story take place? two 3. Did the Grinch know what Santa Claus looked like? yes, he made a santa suit to look like him 4. Was it still dark or was it daylight when the Grinch headed home from Whoville with all the presents? daylight (quarter past dawn)
5. ... All the Who girls and boys, would wake bright and early. They’d rush for their toys. 6. He turned around fast, and he saw a small Who! Little Cindy-Lou Who, who was not more than two. 7. He cleaned out that icebox as quick as a flash. Why that Grinch even took their last can of Who hash. 8. And what happened then...? Well... in Whoville they say that the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day.
9. Why was Cindy-Lou Who out of bed? she wanted a cup of water 10. What did the Grinch use to tie horns on his reindeer? red thread 11. What part of the Who’s Christmas celebration did the Grinch hate the most? singing 12. What was the Grinch’s dog’s name? Max
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Halloween Humor 1. What is a witch's favorite subject? spell-ing 2. Why did the skeleton get fired from his job? he had no guts 3. What do you call an overweight Jack-O-Lantern? Plump-kin 4. Why did Dracula eat a light bulb? he wanted a light snack 5. What do you get when you drop a pumpkin? squash 6. What do birds say on Halloween? trick or tweet 7. The food was all gone after the monster party. Why? because everyone was a goblin 8. What medical insurance to ghosts, ghouls and goblins have? Medi-scare 9. Why are cemeteries fenced in? because people are dying to get in 10. Why don't mummies ever take vacations? they don't want to relax and unwind 11. What does a thirsty goblin drink? ghoul-aid 12. What is a mummy's favorite type of music? wrap 13. A witch that lives at the beach is called what? a sandwich 14. What do ghosts put on their ice cream sundaes? whipped scream 15. What is a skeleton's favorite instrument? trombone 16. What happens when a witch flies faster than her broom? she flies off the handle 17. Who did Frankenstein take to the dance? his ghoul friend 18. Where do ghosts go on Saturday night? anywhere you can boo-gie 19. Why doesn't anyone like Dracula? he has a bat temper 20. What can't you give the headless horseman? a headache
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AUGUST PUZZLE ANSWERS
The dirtier I am, the whiter I get. Leave a mark on me when you stand. I'll leave a mark on you when you sit. What am I? CHALKBOARD
What has a foot but no legs? RULER
It's got twists and turns, but has no curves. Twist it to fix it, turn it to ruin it. What is it? RUBIK'S CUBE
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Religious Jesus Christian Crucifixion Church Family Orthodox Eggs Ancient Tradition
St. Patrick's Day Mix Up
Shamrock Lucky Green Irish Leprechaun Gold Rainbow Pot Clover Happy St. Patrick's Day!
CHRISTMAS QUIZ 1. What do elves learn in school? The elf-abit 2. What is the difference between the Christmas alphabet and the ordinary alphabet? The Christmas alphabet has No-L 3. What Christmas Carol is a favorite of parents? Silent Night 4. Why does Santa have 3 gardens? So he can hoe, hoe, hoe 5. What do snowmen eat for breakfast? Frosted Flakes 6. What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire? Frostbite 7. What did the ghost say to Santa Claus? I'll have a boo Christmas without you... 8. What do you get if deep fry Santa? Crisp Cringle 9. Why was Santa's little helper depressed? He had low elf-esteem 10. What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus? claustrophobic
OCTOBER'S HALLOWEEN TRIVA ANSWERS
1. B, bury animal bones In pagan times, it was believed that ringing a bell, burying animal bones in your front yard, and walking backwards around your house three times before sunset were all valid ways to ward off evil.
2. B, turnips As pumpkins were unknown in Europe at the time, the ancient Celts used turnips to carve their jack o'lanterns. As pumpkins were more readily available in the Americas, not to mention easier to carve, people began using them instead of turnips.
3. A, trick evil spirits
4. A , turn pockets out It was believed that if you turned your pockets out and left them hanging, owls could not eat your soul.
5. C, Mexico
6. C, put clothes inside out, walk backwards According to superstition, if you put your clothes on inside out and walk backwards on Halloween night, at midnight a witch will appear.
7. B, Samhain Halloween originated as Samhain, the Celtic festival marking the end of the summer season.
8. B, see and talk to spirts
9. A, dead relative watching
10. D, all of the above It was believed that on Halloween, a girl could discover the identity of her future spouse by using any one of these methods.
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APRIL EASTER TRIVIA ➊ Pennsylvania is the birthplace of the chocolate Easter Bunny. True or False
➋ Jelly Beans became associated with Easter in the 1930’s after a candy maker noticed their shape resembled an Easter Egg. True or False
➌ The custom of decorating Easter eggs began in Rome around 2000 years ago. True or False
➍ The Easter Bunny is the animate symbol of Easter because of ancient beliefs that rabbits represent fertility.True or False
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Brain Teaser 1 GUINNES 2 HARP MUSIC 3 LONDONDERRY AIR 4 COUNTY CORK
FEBRUARY BRAIN TEASERS
2 It consists of the digits 0 to 9 in alphabetical order
3 The only vowel they contain when written out fully is the letter E
JANUARY PUZZLE ANSWER
1. Hawaii has 19 islands
2. There are 12 letters in the Hawaiian alphabet
3. Hawaii was admitted on August 21, 1959
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APRIL TRIVIA ANSWERS
1. "It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown" first aired in 1975
2. Germany introduced America to the Easter Bunny
3. Jelly Beans became popular during the American Civil War
MARCH TRIVIA ANSWERS
1 - c. Shamrock
2 - c. Chicago
3. - b. St. Paddy's Day
January Math Answer
DECEMBER 2010 ANSWERS
#1 364 Present
#2 Jacob Marley
NOVEMBER 2010 ANSWERS
#1 C 1621
#2 B 102
#3 B 3 Days
OCTOBER 2010 ANSWERS There are 5 teams, therefore a total of 10 games took place. Hence Team E's points must make a total of 20 as every game has 2 points to offer.
SEPTEMBER 2010 ANSWERS
#1 Mary's Mother's fourth child was Mary herself.
#2 Fill the 5 gallon container, pour all but 2 gallons into the 3 gallon container. Empty the 3 gallon container. Put the 2 remaining gallons from the 5 gallon container into the 3 gallon container. Fill the 5 gallon container one more time. Pour 1 gallon from the 5 gallon container by filling the 3 gallon container. Now the 5 gallon container contains 4 gallons. AUGUST 2010 ANSWERS
The Ball Throw it straight up into the air
Girl and Boy They both lied. The child with black hair is a girl, and the child with blonde hair is a boy. (If only one lied they would both be boys or both be girls) JULY 2010 ANSWERS
JUNE 2010 ANSWERS Trivia #1 The Chinese are credited with inventing it in the 9th century.
#2 False. It was the Declaration of Independence.
#3 Ten (10)
WORD PUZZLE prince, princes, princess
MAY 2010 ANSWERS Trivia #1 June 14, 1777
#3 So no one State would be above another.
APRIL 2010 ANSWERS Baseball Trivia #1
#2 c Ty Cobb
#3 b Lou Gehrig
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MARCH 2010 ANSWERS #1 d San Francisco (1956)
#2 b 2006
#3 d No. 8 (Villanova in 1985, UCLA in 1980)
MATH SQUARE SOLUTION
FEBRUARY 2010 ANSWERS #1 Midnight after 10 days. They both will show 4 o'clock, one clock has gained 240 minutes (4 hours) and the other has lost 480 minutes (8 hours).
#2 A Change of Fortune
JANUARY 2010 ANSWERS #1 Sanka
#2 If you don't C Sharp, you will B Flat
#3 Girls 1. Emma 2. Emily 3. Madison
Boys 1. Aiden 2. Jacob 3. Ethan
DECEMBER 2009 SANTA QUIZ #1 b. Alabama
#2 c. 1895
#3 b. Turkey
NOVEMBER 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 c. 20 miles an hour
#2 c. a poult
#3 a. yes
Riddle Answer Stand
OCTOBER 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 Candy Corn
#2 Future Spouse
SEPTEMBER 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 Jerry Rice
#2 Washington Redskins
#3 Green Bay Packers
#4 Jimmy Johnson
#5 Thom Darden
AUGUST 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 A Photograph
#2 A Broom JULY 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 The Sky
#2 Spark Park Ark
JUNE 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 They all made right hand turns
#2 Once, because after you subtract, its not 25 anymore
MAY 2009 PUZZLE ANSWER An Umbrella
APRIL 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 Onion
#2 18 (Simply add the previous two terms to get the next one)
MARCH 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 26 Letters of the Alphabet #2 66 Books of the Bible #3 39 Books of the Old Testament #4 5 Toes on a Foot #5 100 Cents in a Dollar #6 29 Days on February in a Leap Year #7 8 Tentacles on a Octopus #8 27 Books of the New Testament
FEBRUARY 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS #1 5832/17496
#2 44 and 66
#3 It's the only number that contains all of the digits in alphabetical order.
JANUARY 2009 PUZZLE ANSWERS
#1 A Blink of an Eye.
#2 Ping Pong Balls
DECEMBER 2008 PUZZLE ANSWERS
-Birthday Puzzle- The person was born December 31st and spoke about it on January 1st
-Photograph Puzzle- I am looking at my son
OCTOBER 2008 PUZZLE ANSWERS
-What Could It Be- Shadow
-Just In Time- The Letter M
SEPTEMBER 2008 PUZZLE ANSWERS
NUMBER SEQUENCE 10, 7, 16
HOTEL BILL This is nice nonsense. Each guest paid $9 because they paid $30 and were given back $3. The manager got $25 and the difference ($2) went to the bellboy. So it is nonsense to add the $2 to the $27 since the bellboy kept the $2.