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F Answers Quiz #2

Can you guess these random things that start with the letter F?
All answers are a single word
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Last updated: April 23, 2015
First submittedApril 22, 2015
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Clue
Answer
Animal that makes a poor henhouse guard
Fox
A big pot of melted cheese for dipping
Fondue
Country in Oceania
Fiji
Tinker Bell, for example
Fairy
German for "woman"
Frau
Guy burned in effigy on Bonfire Night
Fawkes
Wabbit hunter
Fudd
Style of hat worn by Indiana Jones
Fedora
Rockin' subterranean puppets
created by Jim Henson
Fraggles
Doctor who made a man from spare parts
Frankenstein
Type of mural painted on fresh plaster
Fresco
Ball of fried chick peas
Falafel
Clue
Answer
Absent-minded professor's invention
Flubber
Last name of Atticus, Scout, and Jem
Finch
Opposite of piano
Forte
Mushrooms, yeasts, and molds
Fungi
Soccer, to a Spaniard
Fútbol
Henry, Peter, Jane, or Bridget
Fonda
City near Denali
Fairbanks
Name of the Barber of Seville
Figaro
Pickpocket ringleader in "Oliver Twist"
Fagin
Maker of jeweled eggs
Fabergé
Car part or famous guitar brand
Fender
Deluge
Flood
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Level 80
Dec 30, 2015
First! Fo shizzle.
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Level 68
Dec 30, 2015
Second!
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Level 71
Dec 30, 2015
Thanks to Alfalfa, I remembered Figaro
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Level 59
Dec 30, 2015
Yes!
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Level 87
Apr 21, 2019
Bugs Bunny did the best Barber of Seville.
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Level 69
Nov 8, 2020
Nope, gotta be Robin Williams in Mrs Doutbfire
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Level 82
Jan 10, 2022
Now THAT'S a demonstration of the generation gap if ever I've seen one!
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Level 57
Jun 10, 2022
im not sure which of them is supposed to be older haha. i know looney tunes came out in so long ago but it was still broadcast well into the 21st century (at least where i live)
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Level 63
Dec 30, 2015
fourth!
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Level 58
Dec 30, 2015
Opposite of piano?
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Level 49
Apr 15, 2022
Piano as the dynamics.
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Level 65
Dec 30, 2015
fortissimo is what Google says is the opposite of piano.. (not that I would look up an answer.)
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Level 78
Dec 30, 2015
fortissimo would be the opposite of pianissimo
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Level 58
Dec 31, 2015
'Fortissimo' simply is 'very forte'
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Level 49
Apr 15, 2022
I'll help. Look up "music dynamics."
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Level 43
Jan 28, 2016
wouldn't flux capacitor work for the absent minded professor question?
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2019
+1 there are many absent-minded professors (aren't they all?) that invented many things. Some of which might or might not start with an f (flying machine..)
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Level 79
Jan 24, 2022
It's a reference to a specific movie. I haven't seen said movie, but I still understood the reference. You're just looking to pick holes where there are none to be picked.
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Level 45
Oct 31, 2020
No, I think Doc Brown is just a doc, not a professor
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Level 85
Feb 8, 2017
"Felafel" should be an acceptable spelling.
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Level 60
Mar 4, 2017
Fiji. Fiji. Fiji. FIJI! NOT FIGI!!!!
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Level 58
Jun 17, 2018
Fraggles. YES!
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Level 71
Apr 15, 2022
I loved seeing that clue. I grew up in the 2000s, but we had a few Fraggle Rock cassette tapes at home and I used to watch them like crazy. Maybe this is just because I'm not part of the original generation that watched it, but I feel like it never got as much attention as Sesame Street or the Muppets. Either way, it makes me happy to see one of my favorite kid's shows being acknowledged here :)
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Level 74
Aug 20, 2018
What does it say about jetpunkers when more people can name a wabbit hunter, some subterranean puppets and the style of Indiana Jones' hat than can name a principal character in (probably) Dickens' most famous novel?
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Level 68
Sep 26, 2018
It says nothing
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Level 87
Apr 21, 2019
That more people grew up in the 1950s to 1980s than the 1850s basically.
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2019
I guess that more people watch tv than read books perhaps.

But the thing with book knowledge vs tv knowledge is; With books you have to consciously pick up the book and start reading it, so you have chosen that very subject. With tv, once you turned it on, all sorts on things might come by which werent the original reason you turned the tv on for. (if you even had a specific thing you wanted to see)

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Level 66
Feb 3, 2020
Well, if that makes you happy, I couldn't name Dickens' character, but I couldn't name the wabbit hunter, the subterranean puppets or Indiana's hat as well.
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Level 82
Jan 10, 2022
No way is Oliver Twist more famous than A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, or A Tale of Two Cities. And it's probably not as famous as Great Expectations.
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Level 72
Apr 15, 2022
Oh, I'd think that Oliver Twist is more famous than David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities, and Great Expectations, if only because it's had more high-profile adaptations. Most notably, the musical (and subsequent movie) Oliver! is almost certainly the best-known non-Scrooge Dickens adaptation among the general populace.
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Level 79
Jan 24, 2022
What does it say about jetpunkers that there's always some intellectual snob wanting to cast judgement on what constitutes 'acceptable' general knowledge?
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Level 48
Apr 19, 2022
Yup. I've read Oliver Twist multiple times but the name just slipped my mind during the timed quiz. That being said, the name of Indiana's hat also slipped my mind and I knew both of those xD
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Level 57
Sep 30, 2022
I knew it but misspelled it as Fagan, which wasn't accepted. Perhaps others did, too.
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Level 87
Apr 21, 2019
Fairy and Futbol and the same clues were on F Words Quiz #1.
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2019
yes it confused me haha, thought I had a deja vu. Thought huh... did I have fútbol on a p question or something.. how weird, how is that possible

Fairy and fútbol are repeats, perhaps freud and fandango make some nice questions :) Or flabbergasted... Fahrenheit.. just some ideas I think would work well int his quiz :)

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Level 77
Oct 4, 2020
FSM (Fed. States of Micronesia) should, technically speaking, also be an acceptable answer.
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Level 72
Jan 7, 2021
I agree. It's sometimes M and sometimes F here.
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Level 71
Apr 15, 2022
All answers are one word.
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Level 49
Apr 15, 2022
Am I the only person who put "Federated States of Micronesia" before "Fiji"?
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Level 73
Apr 15, 2022
Nope. Especially having come to this quiz directly from the Unique Starting Letter - Countries by Continent quiz where there are arguments in the comments that Fiji is not included because official Jetpunk standard is that the other country is FSM, not Micronesia. So this is bucking the standard!
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Level 72
Apr 15, 2022
Except that this quiz specifies that all answers are a single word, so Fiji is the only acceptable answer for that clue.
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Level 72
Apr 15, 2022
I feel like a frog would also not make a very good henhouse guard, though for admittedly different reasons than a fox.
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Level 78
Apr 15, 2022
Seventeenth!
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Level 55
Apr 16, 2022
Accept 'forename' for 'Henry, Peter, Jane, or Bridget'? And maybe even 'fish' for 'Opposite of piano' because the tuna fish/tuna piano joke?
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Level 44
Apr 16, 2022
I see your thing saying they're all one word but FSM does also start with an F.