I don't know in what nation this is offically trivia day but I did find some trivia for seniors or are you older than dirt?
What brings this up? After being around teenagers over the holidays I finally realize the gap of the generations especially when they said "What are you talking about !"
1.When you put your right foot out, and shake it all about, what are you doing?
a. Throwing out your back
b. Going for a Section 8
c. The Hokey-Pokey
Answer ; a fun dance I used to do at the IOOF hall in Glanworth. Teen Town!
2. Who was the oldest Beatle?
Answer; Ringo Starr 1940 Gosh did not realize he was so old!
3.What year was the first commercial microwave introduced?
Answer;1954. The Raytheon RadaRange was five feet high, weighed 750 pounds, and was rated at 1600 Watts. Amana introduced the first counter top microwave for home use in 1967.Got my first microwave in the 70's.
4.In the series Remington Steele, who played Remington, and who played Laura Holt?
Answer;Remington Steele: Pierce Brosnan, Laura Holt: Stephanie Zimbalist
5.What phenomena made popular in the 1950s allowed everyone to become an artist?
a. Paint-by-Number sets.
b. Paint Rollers.
c. Feathery brushes.
Answer; Paint by Numbers which I did many of.
6.What was a "Sign of Good Taste" in 1958?
c. Dick Clark Jewelry
Answer; Coke , the kind one drinks
7.Ward and June bring what to mind?
a. A popular TV series called "Leave it to Beaver"
b. A Chicago family of butchers and knife sharpeners called The Cleavers
c.Inventors of the clicker, Jack Ward and Ernest June
Anwer;A popular TV series called "Leave it to Beaver," perhaps the most unrealistic, misleading and shallow depiction of family life ever produced for TV.
8.The bottle top of a Royal Crown Cola bottle has holes in it. For what was it used?
a. Capture lightning bugs.
b. To sprinkle clothes before ironing
c. Large salt shaker
Answer;To sprinkle clothes before ironing. Who had a steam iron? I so remember my Mother ironing Dad's white shirts but I think our bottle was a Coke .
If you can't remember what the ending of these sentences is
"Kookie; Kookie. Lend me your ________________." or After the twist, the mashed potatoes, and the watusi, we "danced" under a stick that was lowered as low as we could go in a dance called the______________.and finally "N-E-S-T-L-E-S; Nestles makes the very best... _________.
You are probably a young 'un and this geezer needs to take a nap.