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Eat It, Wear It, or Drive It

For each item, answer whether one would eat it, wear it, or drive it.
Quiz by joez
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Last updated: February 6, 2019
First submittedFebruary 1, 2019
Times taken41,831
Average score80.0%
Rating4.68
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1. Borscht
Eat
Wear
Drive
Ukrainian beet soup
2. Citroën
Eat
Wear
Drive
French automaker
3. Cravat
Eat
Wear
Drive
Neckwear that was the predecessor to the necktie
4. Bugatti
Eat
Wear
Drive
French automaker
5. Schnitzel
Eat
Wear
Drive
Thin piece of breaded fried meat
6. Zapatos
Eat
Wear
Drive
The Spanish word for shoes
7. Pierogi
Eat
Wear
Drive
Central European stuffed dumplings
8. Obi
Eat
Wear
Drive
Traditional Japanese sash
9. Chorizo
Eat
Wear
Drive
Spanish sausage
10. Škoda
Eat
Wear
Drive
Czech automaker
11. Serape
Eat
Wear
Drive
Blanket worn over the shoulders in Mexico
12. Tiramisu
Eat
Wear
Drive
Italian dessert
13. Lada
Eat
Wear
Drive
Formerly Russian automaker
14. Sashimi
Eat
Wear
Drive
Japanese raw fish
15. Dhoti
Eat
Wear
Drive
Traditional Indian lower body garment
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Level 51
Feb 6, 2019
Brilliant Quiz! I love this quiz!
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Level 76
Feb 6, 2019
I would wager that of the 77% that knew obi, almost all of them do crossword puzzles. :-)
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Level 80
Feb 6, 2019
That's me :)
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Level 90
Feb 7, 2019
Guilty.
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Level 66
Feb 7, 2019
Ya beat me to the comment!
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Level 74
Feb 8, 2019
Or do crossword puzzles and live/d in Japan? But maybe that's the remaining 33%...
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Level 47
Apr 10, 2019
Remaining 33% redsplat...?
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Level 60
Apr 10, 2019
smh
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Level 78
Apr 11, 2019
He believes in giving 110%
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Level 68
Aug 22, 2022
Or just remember it from Memoirs of a Geisha.
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Level 63
Feb 14, 2019
We have a hardware store named Obi in Germany so drive or eat looked wrong to me. Lucky guess.
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Level 66
Apr 10, 2019
I've just found out that Manfred Maus, one of Obi's founders and definitely the one with the best name, bought the rights to use the name from a French hardware store and that it was originally derived from the way French speakers pronounce "hobby".

Not relevant to the quiz in any way, I just thought it was interesting.

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Level 73
Apr 10, 2019
Japanese literature
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Level 64
Aug 21, 2022
I guessed it
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Level 76
Feb 7, 2019
Bugatti is both a car brand and a clothing company.
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Level 68
Feb 10, 2019
Indeed! My first thought was "isnt this a car brand?". Then I realised that I own Bugatti shoes and thought the car brand is written differently...
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Level 66
Apr 10, 2019
Yep, a German fashion company and a French car maker both with an Italian name. They aren't related though.
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Level 68
Dec 28, 2019
I also wear bugatti, but haven't never drive, and i think never will.
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Level 76
Feb 7, 2019
Great idea :-)
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Level 73
Feb 7, 2019
Quite surprising that Lada is one of the least guessed answers. Then again, I guess the US never imported them...
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Level 44
Apr 17, 2019
Isn't the Lada basically the Trabbi (Trabant) of Yugoslavia?
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Level 60
Sep 4, 2020
Lada is a russian brand, the yugoslavian "trabbi" was Zastava.
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Level 51
Jul 20, 2022
Well they tend to break down easily so you techically can't drive them. If you can't drive one you are wearing it.
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Level 68
Aug 22, 2022
No country should have imported them. They were awful
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Level 74
Feb 8, 2019
Great idea for a quiz. Made me hungry.
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Level 65
Feb 9, 2019
Surprisingly 100%
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Level 86
Feb 12, 2019
I only missed Citroen. Apparently not many people eat a French automobile. ;) ...sounded delicious. I was picturing an orange scone.
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Level 83
Apr 10, 2019
I thought it had something to do with vodka.
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Level 66
Apr 11, 2019
To me that sounds as weird of never having heard of a ford, mercedes or audi etc (or Chevrolet if you want more american names, not sure where you are from but im guessing it isnt europe)
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Level 60
Aug 21, 2022
Citroën sells cars everywhere in the world apart from Canada, the United States, Mexico and North Korea.
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Level 70
Jan 3, 2020
"Citroen" in Dutch means a lemon, spelled without dots above "e", though.
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Level 48
Mar 2, 2019
Zapatos - you would summon it and use its Static ability
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Level 84
Apr 10, 2019
Name checks out.
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Level 84
Apr 10, 2019
Haha, I got 100% with this strategy. I figure... I know food, and I know cars, but I don't know fashion. So if there was anything I didn't know I would always guess "wear." That worked perfectly.
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Level 80
Apr 10, 2019
Pretty much the same, but only had to guess on pierogi and obi.
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Level 66
Apr 10, 2019
That went from 0 to 60 awfully fast. Borscht? Pierogi? Citroen? Ha I know all this ... zapatos? What the...? Obi?
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Level 84
Apr 10, 2019
zapatos is just Spanish for shoes... it might also be an uncreatively named brand of shoes not sure
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Level 66
Apr 11, 2019
That was exactly my experience, man this is a piece of cake, why do a quiz like this... ow wait what are those this is hard uhoh (and then a ow phew a few more i know haha)
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Level 66
Apr 11, 2019
Insert smiley with jaw dropped, i had them all right !!! I knew 10 the other 5 were a guess, though some slightly educated, had an inkling of zapatos and a feeling about obi, it wouldnt be a car anyway. But lada as the second lowest score surprised me. How can people have heard about skoda but not lada. I think i consciously heard about car brands at about 10 (including lada) but didnt hear about skoda untill i was atleast 18
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Level 49
Apr 11, 2019
Wait, 32% didn't know Lada?
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Level 50
Apr 13, 2019
Actually proud of myself, got a perfect score having only a vague guess about most of these.
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Level 76
Sep 4, 2019
thats the best score i have ever gotten on multiple choice
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Level 50
Jun 3, 2020
Nice quizz! But very easy...
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Level 57
Nov 1, 2021
The only one I missed was serape which I mistook for sriracha.
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Level 57
Nov 2, 2021
What! You’ve never eaten a Bugatti! They taste delicious.
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Level 50
Jan 28, 2022
wait, youre only meant to eat SOME of these things?
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Level 83
Mar 17, 2022
Well, 4% of people are gonna get very messy when they attempt to wear or drive a tiramisu.
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Level 68
Aug 21, 2022
Thanks for including the proper origin of borscht!
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Level 65
Aug 21, 2022
Yes, but as a coworker with a Moscow-born wife once told me, "borscht" is a variety of vegetable soups, not just beet soups.
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Level 45
Aug 21, 2022
Love it, got everything right on the first try :)
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Level 33
Aug 22, 2022
I just guessed almost 85% of the quiz.

And scored 87%.