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JUST FOR FUN: EASTER QUIZ - What and how much do you know about Easter Eggs?

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HI EVERYONE

JUST FOR FUN: EASTER QUIZ

Come and test your Easter Egg knowledge :P

1) Which country brought us the tradition of Easter Eggs?

2) .According to the song Peter Cottontail, what is the bunny bringing for Tommy?

3) When was the first Easter Egg roll at the white House?

4) What is the name of the best known Easter Bunny in North America?

5) Who sings the original version of Peter Cottontail?

6) Which flower is associated with Easter?

7) What are the Easter colors?

8) .What is the name for the traditional Ukrainian craft of egg decorating?

9) How much does the world's largest chocolate bunny weigh?

10) Where would you go to see the world's largest chocolate bunny?

11) Where is the world's largest decorated Easter egg?

12) How much did the world's most expensive egg sell for?

13) How much did the world's most expensive chocolate egg sell for?

14) What kind of bread is associated with Easter?

15) .How old is the world's oldest hot cross bun?

16) On Easter, what do you have to do if you want good luck in the coming year?

17)Where is the world's largest collection of Easter eggs?

18) What is Osterhase?

19) What traditionally did children do to prepare for the Easter Hare in Germany?

(Read more: triviachamp.com )

Happy Easter hope you enjoy the quiz :)

How many fluffies can you see in the picture? They're not too hard to spot :D

TREAT IT LIKE AN EASTER EGG HUNT AND TRACK THE ANSWERS DOWN :P

:) xxxsianxxx :) Answers wil be revealed tomorrow 7pm

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1.2.3.4, 5, no idea 6, daffodill 7 daff colours, green and yellow, 8 no idea 9,nothing, Ken ate it, 10, Inside Ken, 11, 12, 13, don`t know, 14, can`t remember, 15, three days, it`s in my cupboard 16, wish? 17, under the Easter hen, 18, is it those short trousers with bracers, 19,Brush it? 20,I can`t read more, the page doez not exist.

How well did I do Sian? :O Think I`m good enough for university challenge :P

sue

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What do you mean I ate it? I probably did though? x x x x x

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:D

fenbadger

6 Daffodil

12 £20 million

14 unleavened

8

OMG should have done loads better but I'm not going to cheat, AM I?

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Don`t you dare

fenbadger
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As if. How are you Sue? You didn't seem too good earlier :)

Frankincense scented hugs :)

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You know it REALY seemed like a good idea to go out yesterday. Now im not so sure.

Beloved son wanted to borrow a stack truck to push me around on.

Then when we got home he spilt chemical all over the work tops and draining boards, leaving brown patches every where It`s ok mum its not poisonous.

I spent an hour trying every cleaning trick I know, finally coming up with a new one that worked. Lemon juice and sterident. Dont ever encourage your kids to take up science All scientists are round the twist.

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Yup. That's how we get things done. And annoy mum into the bargain :) Poor you. Could you have got him to clear up his own mess or is he too big now? :)

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He offered to bring something back from work and knowing the type of chemicals they have there I decided to do it myself.

like I said scientist are round the twist. If he burns holes in the wortops in the lab thats ok its his lab

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fenbadger
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Typical man. Remove the mark by removing the worktop :P

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This is too hard for me!

hamble99b

thanks zeb, had a good guess at some, but don't want to be a spoilsport and post my answers :)

got on better counting fluffies LD

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How do you think I did?, did I get them right? did I? did I? please say I did.

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I deliberately got a few wrong so you can finish it off now! x x x x x

fenbadger
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are you related to Homer Simpson?

MMMM chocolate. . .

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In my dreams!

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HEY FOLKS! :D

YOU COULD TREAT IT LIKE AN EASTER EGG HUNT AND TRACK THE ANSWERS DOWN :P

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That sounds too much like hard work, am feeling a tad delicate tonight :(

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Aw {{{{{{{{Sue}}}}}}}}} sorry to hear that :(

Hope you feel better tomorrow.

xxx

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I am paying the fibro monster back for having a walk round a local market. If it don`t pack it in i`m gonna kick it in the you know whats. :p

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Nice one sue, kick it were it hurts!

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Oh dear! Hope that you feel better soon mayrose54

Take care

Ken x

fenbadger
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dur, didn't think of dat :P

TheAuthor

This is too hard, I had to think?

1. Pound Land

2. Jelly Beans

3. 1814

4. Ostrata

5. Gene Autry

6. Daffodil

7. Yellow, Green, Pink & Blue

8. Pysanka

9. 2721 Kilos

10. Sandton City, South Africa

11. Romania

12. $10,000

13. $10,000

14. Lathan

15. 200 years old

16. Give a piar of shoes to a poor person (there is also something about spanking a women, am going to read that later! Out of education of course?).

17. Easter Egg Museum in Poland

18. Easter Bunny

19. Hang coloured eggs on trees. (there is also something on this about spanking a women, am going to read that later! Out of education of course?).

That took ages, it was too hard for a lazy boyz like me! hehehehe!

Thanks zeb73 x x x x x

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as 19. they do that in scandinavia too, to welcome spring. they bring in and suspend budding branches and hang chocolate, china and synthetic eggs, chicks & bunnies on them and around the house. lovely!

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It does sound really nice! Mind you, several of the sites keep going on about this tradition of spanking a woman? This isn't anything to do with this 'wife carrying' thing is it?

My wife says I cannot go back on the sites to look! What a spoil sport!

Take care

Ken x

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18. = Easter Bunny

10. I wouldn't go anywhere to see it - fructose is toxic - see Dr Robert Lustig

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ANSWERS FOR EASTER QUIZ

Q1) Which country brought us the tradition of Easter Eggs?

Germany - Eggs have been decorated and given out on Easter for centuries.

Q2) According to the song Peter Cottontail, what is the bunny bringing for Tommy?

Jelly Beans - He's bringing Mommy a new Easter bonnet.

Q3) When was the first Easter Egg roll at the white House?

1878 - This is the 134th year that the white House will hold its Easter festivities.

Q4) What is the name of the best known Easter Bunny in North America?

Peter - Peter Cottontail is actually from a story by Beatrice Potter in 1902. It was not until later that he became known as the Easter Bunny.

Q5) Who sings the original version of Peter Cottontail?

Gene Autry - The lyrics were written by Water Rollins and the music was created by Steve Nelson.

Q6) Which flower is associated with Easter?

The lily - The lily is said to grow with its head down to honor Jesus.

Q7) What are the Easter colors?

Purple and yellow - Every holiday has two traditional colors, the Christmas colors are green and red.

Q8) What is the name for the traditional Ukrainian craft of egg decorating?

Pysanka - There are a number of different kinds of traditional methods. The word pysanka comes from the word to write.

Q9) How much does the world's largest chocolate bunny weigh?

2721 kilos - That is about 3 tons of chocolate. This monster rabbit was carved by Harry Johnson.

Q10) Where would you go to see the world's largest chocolate bunny?

South Africa - This rabbit is carved to look like the Duracell Rabbit.

.Q11) Where is the world's largest decorated Easter egg?

Canada - The largest egg is in Vergerville, Alberta.

Q12) .How much did the world's most expensive egg sell for?

9.5 million US dollars - This was the winter egg designed by Faberge. It sold in 2002 to a private buyer.

Q13) How much did the world's most expensive chocolate egg sell for?

7, 000 pounds - This egg was created in 2012. It was sold at auction.

Q14) What kind of bread is associated with Easter?

Hot Cross Bun - Hot cross buns are traditionally made with raisins or currants. Many of the buns today have candied fruit and glazed icing.

Q15) How old is the world's oldest hot cross bun?

189 - This ancient bun is owned by Nancy Timmons. It is said that a bun baked on Good Friday will spoil during the coming year.

Q16) On Easter, what do you have to do if you want good luck in the coming year?

You have to wear a new piece of clothing - Women often purchase new bonnets for the occasion.

Q17) Where is the world's largest collection of Easter eggs?

Poland - The Easter Egg Museum is located in Poland. This museum has more than 1500 eggs from all over the world.

Q18) What is Osterhase?

The Easter Hare - Osterhaas delivered eggs in Germany long before Peter Cottontail.

Q19) What traditionally did children do to prepare for the Easter Hare in Germany?

Built nests - These nests were made to hold the eggs. They were often built in hats.

Read more: triviachamp.com/Easter-Triv...

Well done Ken :) :) :)

How did you do San? :) :) :)

:) xxxsianxxx :)

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Thank you my friend.

Is Pound Land not a real country then?

x x x x x x x

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How could I forget........................? shaking my head

There are 12 fluffies in the picture :D

did you get them all?

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No! I can only see 8 fluffies in the picture x x x x x

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They don't all have eyes see if you can find them now, it was difficult hiding them they wouldn't sit still :P xxx

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Yes, now I see them! I didn't think those other four were fluffies cos they had no eyes!

Thank you for the tip!

Ken x x x x x

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