Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Holiday Trivia #25-28

Here's the next batch.


Question Twenty-Five: Which of the following was not a real hit record in the U.K.?
    a) Christmas Alphabet
    b) Jingle Bell Jive
    c) Father Christmas Do Not Touch Me
    d) I'm Walking Backwards For Christmas


Question Twenty-Six: When and where did Christmas first become a legal holiday in the United States?
  a) New York City, 1821
  b) Boston, 1777
  c) Washington, 1906
  d) Alabama, 1836



Question Twenty-Seven: What coin goes into the traditional English Christmas pudding?
     a) a euro
     b) a shilling
     c) a sixpence
     d) no coin, but a small toy called a “favor”


Question Twenty-Eight: When and where did the first Santa Claus school in the United States open?
   a) June 6, 1924, at the Sennet studios in Hollywood
   b) September 21, 1940, at the Salvation Army’s Philadelphia office
   c) April 18, 1775, in Lexington and Concord
   d) September 27, 1937, in Albion, New York


That's it for tonight! - Karen

3 comments:

ryanagi said...

25. B? This one is a total guess.
26. D.
27. Well...it was a six-penny bit (half a shilling) an old English silver coin. I don't think they make them any more. These days...a silver coin or silver charms. I guess C. is the closest answer?
28. D.

sakishler said...

These are, like, fiendishly hard. I don't feel proper researching these before I guess, but I'll research them afterwards.

What follows is a frenzy of wild guessing:

25. b
26. b
27. b
28. I didn't know there were such things as Santa Claus schools (clown schools, yes, but . . .) Er, I'll guess a.


jeff466 said...

25: C

26: D

27: D

28: B

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