Friday, December 17, 2004

Holiday Trivia # 33-36

These should be a little easier than the last couple of nights' questions.

Question Thirty-Three: What singer is most closely associated with Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree
    a) Ronnie Spector
    b) Gene Autry
    c) Hyapatia Lee
    d) Brenda Lee



Question Thirty-Four:  According to Christmas tradition, what is Lamb’s Wool good for?
  a) material for a fake beard
  b) soothing hands irritated by chopping Christmas Trees
  c) drinking—it’s apple pulp,  a medieval variation on hot cider
  d) decorating the Christmas Tree



Question Thirty-Five: In what year was A Charlie Brown Christmas first broadcast?
     a) 1962
     b) 1964
     c) 1965
     d) 1975


Question Thirty-Six: Why is Santa Claus associated with the North Pole?
   a) Robert Peary found him there in 1909
   b) Father Thor lived in the far north
   c) it’s the only place his reindeer can survive
   d) Thomas Nast drew him leaning against it.

On to the Weekend Assignment! - Karen

3 comments:

ryanagi said...

33. D
34. C
35. C (didn't you ask this one already??)
36. D

jeff466 said...

33: D

34: A

35:C

36: D

All guesses again :)  Jeff

sakishler said...

I think these are still hard. I don't know why I want to choose d for 33, but that's what I'm going to do.

34. c?

35. Well, I'm quite sure it was before I was born, so d is out. I'm inclined to go with c.

36. I think d.