Most-Guessed JetPunk Answers #3

For each JetPunk quiz, name the answer that is guessed the highest percentage of the time.
According to JetPunk stats as of May 1, 2020
Based on a user's first attempt of a quiz
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Last updated: May 1, 2020
First submittedJune 15, 2016
Times taken42,330
Average score70.0%
Rating4.17
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Quiz
%
Answer
Biggest cities In Italy
100
Rome
Greek letters
99
Alpha
Disney animated movies
94
Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs
Largest islands of Greece
97
Crete
Largest deserts in the world
99
Sahara
U.S. states
96
Texas / California
Coldest world capitals
98
Moscow
Major U.S. cities with the
highest elevation
96
Denver
Largest cities in the empire
of Alexander the Great
94
Athens
Roald Dahl books
91
Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory
Quiz
%
Answer
Biggest cities in Latin America
95
Rio de Janeiro
Largest Caribbean islands
99
Cuba
Starbucks sizes
94
Grande
Countries with the least
precipitation
94
Egypt
Countries of Indochina
97
Vietnam
Countries on the Equator
92
Brazil
Noble gases
93
Helium
Gifts on the 12 Days of
Christmas
96
Five Golden
Rings
Imperial dynasties of China
83
Ming
2018 Winter Olympic sports
86
Figure Skating
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Level 90
Jun 15, 2016
Clearly been doing these quizzes too long, my first thought for each was rarely the most obvious one.
+2
Level 59
May 22, 2017
same
+12
Level 81
Jun 15, 2016
Only one causing trouble was "Disney movies", must've typed in 15 or so before I got to the duh moment.
+9
Level 77
Aug 6, 2016
There are so many clues on this site about The Lion King I was sure it would be the one most guessed. It took me a while, too, to get the correct one.
+3
Level 52
Aug 7, 2016
Yep same here. I ran out of time on the Disney movies. Tried everything from Cinderella to sleeping Beauty to Frozen to Finding Nemo.
+1
Level 84
Aug 12, 2016
I got it on my first guess. C'mon. Snow White... in terms of famous landmark cinematic achievements none of those others come close.
+25
Level 84
Jun 22, 2018
kal that's true, but since when is the most guessed Jetpunk answer the famous historical achievement rather than the recently popular phenomenon?
+4
Level 84
Sep 9, 2018
^ since the Disney movies quiz, apparently.
+1
Level 63
Jun 16, 2016
Nice, I like these. Keep 'em coming
+9
Level 76
Jun 16, 2016
for some reason I kept equating Latin America with Central America. I had a hard time just thinking of cities in Central America...DUH!
+1
Level 71
Aug 6, 2016
Me too! I knew about 3 or 4 and couldn't understand why they didn't work! Now I feel stupid for not reading the question right, still a great quiz!
+1
Level 51
Aug 6, 2016
I did the same!
+1
Level 72
Feb 16, 2018
I did the same - can't bring myself to think of South America as Latin America!
+2
Level 71
May 12, 2020
For the longest time, I assumed that “Latin” America only referred to Spanish-speaking countries. I understand it now to be all the Central, South, and Caribbean countries that speak a Romance (i.e. Latin) language should be included. But what about the few cases where they don’t? For instance, is Belize part of Latin America? They speak English.

And while we’re at it, whom: people, actually identify as Latino/Latina/Latinx from non-Spanish-speaking countries? Do Belizians? Brazilians? Surinamers? The Guyanese? And then there’s the whole Caribbean: Spanish is barely ever the official language. Cuban-Americans and people from the Dominican Republic (Dominican Republicans? Ha ha) refer to themselves as Latinx, but would (Dominica-)Dominicans, Jamaicans, or Bahamians?

Boy does JetPunk take my brain off on tangential adventures! ;-)

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Level 84
Sep 12, 2020
People may refer to themselves as whatever they want, but technically, no, Belize, Jamaica, Guyana, Suriname, and most of the Caribbean island nations are not part of Latin America. Brazil and Haiti are; not sure how many Haitians think of themselves as Latino but I imagine the ones living in Miami, at least, might choose to adopt that label.
+2
Level 66
Dec 10, 2020
Québec is part of Latin America.
+1
Level 52
Dec 10, 2020
May surprise you to know Gandalf is right.
+2
Level 66
Dec 11, 2020
Jamaican living in Jamaica - we don't identify as Latinx
+3
Level 69
Aug 6, 2016
NOOOO!!! Thought it was Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. Major life revelation.
+1
Level 43
Aug 7, 2016
SAME, i typed in so many variations of that. such a duh moment
+5
Level 56
Aug 7, 2016
The Gene Wilder movie IS "Willy Wonka and," but the book and the Johnny Depp version are "Charlie and." :-P
+1
Level 50
Aug 6, 2016
Never heard about Roald Dahl?
+3
Level 69
Aug 6, 2016
He most notably wrote Charlie and the chocolate factory, BFG, Matilda and James and the giant peach.
+2
Level 84
Sep 12, 2020
and The Witches, Boy, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, etc
+2
Level 63
Aug 6, 2016
great. its like a version of Family Fortunes (or Family Feud in the US?)
+2
Level 87
May 1, 2020
Except it's only the top answer that counts here. :-)
+1
Level 55
Aug 8, 2016
Here is an easier quiz: http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/84504/easy-quiz
+1
Level 53
Jul 20, 2017
I assumed disney movies would be Frozen. I also typed in Snow White but it didn't work, although I may have just spelled it wrong.
+3
Level 37
Dec 11, 2017
I thought that Indochina countries would be either India or China. That makes sense in terms of the public.
+11
Level 84
Jun 22, 2018
They have to be the most guessed CORRECT answers.
+9
Level 76
Oct 14, 2018
A quiz of the most guessed wrong answers would be pretty good!
+2
Level 84
Sep 12, 2020
^no way to account for that unless they start requiring that you hit the "enter" key to submit an answer.
+1
Level 36
Dec 22, 2017
Why are the clues plural when the answer is singular? Like "Coldest world capitals?" the anser is Moscow not, "Moscow, Helsinki and Riga".
+13
Level 55
Apr 5, 2018
It’s the name of the quiz
+1
Level 84
Jun 22, 2018
Got stuck on Roald Dahl for the longest time. Tried Matilda, tried James and the Giant Peach. Finally the fog lifted. Even though it's the least guessed, I still would have felt really bad if I had missed it.
+2
Level 76
Jun 12, 2019
I TYPED COLORADO INSTEAD OF DENVER
+5
Level 44
Jun 23, 2019
I definitely expected Ecuador for the Equatorial countries question
+1
Level 72
Nov 24, 2020
I went Indonesia -> Ecuador -> Jackpot
+3
Level 43
Oct 23, 2019
can you keep doing this series it was fun
+2
Level 67
May 7, 2020
Egypt.. ugh... I must've typed the top 30 of countries with the least precipitation, everything but Egypt.. Only one I missed this time (apparently I have taken it before, but forgotten it completely..)
+1
Level 71
May 12, 2020
For the longest time, I assumed that “Latin” America only referred to Spanish-speaking countries. I think I now understand it mean all the Central, South, and Caribbean countries that speak a Romance (i.e. Latin) language should be included. But what about the few cases where they don’t? For instance, is Belize part of Latin America? (They speak English.)

And while we’re at it, who, in terms of people, actually identify as Latino/Latina/Latinx from non-Spanish-speaking countries? Do Belizians? Brazilians? Surinamers? The Guyanese? And then there’s the whole Caribbean, were Spanish is rarely the official language. Cuban-Americans and people from the Dominican Republic (Dominican Republicans? Ha ha) refer to themselves as Latinx, but would (Dominica-)Dominicans, Jamaicans, or Bahamians?

Boy does JetPunk take my brain off on tangential adventures! ;-)

+6
Level ∞
May 12, 2020
Here's a poll that asks people of Hispanic descent what they identify as. Hispanic is the most common, followed by Latina/Latino. Almost no one identifies as Latinx. which is a label mostly imposed on the community from outside.
+2
Level 84
Jun 15, 2020
I dated a girl from Belize. She was a mix of Spanish, French Creole, Scottish, American Indigenous, and East Indian. She did not identify as Latino.

I dated a Cuban-American girl. She definitely did not refer to herself as Latinx >_<. I asked her recently if she identified as "white" and she said she never really thought about it.

The Dominican woman I used to work with at the hospital called herself Latina all the time. The Jamaican women in the same ER did not. That would have been weird.

Have known many Brazilians but never asked any of them about this. Technically they are Latino.

In an old pornographic magazine from the 90s that used to be in my closet dedicated to "Latin women" I remember there were several from Spain, Portugal, and Brazil in there among other places. I think looking at this magazine might have been the first time I thought about what these terms meant specifically.

+1
Level 61
Sep 11, 2020
Who, exactly, haven't you dated?
+3
Level 84
Sep 12, 2020
Never dated Charlie Sheen, Greta Garbo, or the King of Siam.
+1
Level 72
Nov 24, 2020
🙄
+1
Level 77
Dec 10, 2020
I think I heard somewhere that Kalba asked Garbo for a date but she turned him down saying, "I want to be alone."
+1
Level 61
Dec 11, 2020
I've no idea why, but I really enjoyed reading this.
+1
Level 66
Dec 10, 2020
I'll say it again: Québec is part of Latin America. You can't change my mind.
+1
Level 77
Dec 10, 2020
I might agree in part with you if Quebec was a separate country, but it's part of Canada which is mostly English-speaking. It would be like saying Texas or Los Angeles should be included in Latin America because a lot of people there speak Spanish. Also, language isn't the only deciding factor - I think culture and geography play a part, too. What do those from Quebec say about it?
+1
Level 68
Dec 10, 2020
As someone who's never been to Quebec, It strikes me that the culture and society of Quebec is quite different from that of any country described as Latin America, (although you could make a case that Quebec is technically Latin American, I agree with ander217 that there are other factors at play rather than just language).
+2
Level 66
Dec 11, 2020
I was mainly saying this for fun, but actually, many people do include a lot of the Southern United States in Latin America! It really depends on how you define it. If you define it culturally, then parts of the Southern US definitely belong to it (and Québec, sadly, doesnt).
+3
Level 47
Dec 10, 2020
My first thought on the Chinese dynasty question was Han.
+1
Level 55
Dec 10, 2020
I've been to Disney World four times, and somehow Disney is the only one I missed.
+1
Level 65
Dec 10, 2020
I'm positive I typed in Snow White. "And the Seven Dwarfs" isn't required, is it?? Maybe I somehow made a typo...
+2
Level 67
Dec 13, 2020
Probably missed a "w" I typed paying extra attention to not miss a w, cause it is easy to do so
+1
Level 66
Dec 11, 2020
Yesterday the thumbnail was still the old jeppy today it's the new one. Let me introduce myself; I am your stalker.
+1
Level 69
Dec 15, 2020
How much time did I just waste checking to see how I was misspelling "drummers drumming??"
+1
Level 61
Jan 10, 2022
I know I'm on Jetpunk too much when my first guesses were Ulaanbaatar and Equatorial Guinea
+1
Level 77
Sep 9, 2022
Now we need a quiz for most guessed on this quiz...