Johnny's General Knowledge Quiz #7

Answer these random trivia questions.
Quiz by johnnyaitch
Last updated: January 10, 2020
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First submittedMay 17, 2012
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What is the job title of somebody who makes coffee and espresso drinks?
Who starred in "Cast Away" and "Big"?
Tom Hanks
What curved instrument is used to ease one's heel into a shoe?
Shoe Horn
What was Franklin Roosevelt's middle name?
Which grunge band recorded "Jeremy"?
Pearl Jam
Who composed the "1812 Overture"?
Pyotr Ilyich
What trilogy's second movie starred Robert De Niro and Al Pacino?
The Godfather
In which city would you find the districts of Roppongi and Asakusa?
What type of sandwich contains corned beef, sauerkraut and Swiss cheese,
with Russian dressing, served on rye?
What tropical fruit is also called carambola?
In which country did goulash originate?
In the Disney movie, which of the seven dwarfs wears glasses?
In finance, what does the A in APR stand for?
To which city did U.S. and British forces airlift supplies after roads were blocked in 1948?
West Berlin
A room is 10 feet high, 12 feet wide, and 8 feet long. How many cubic feet is this?
What is the name for a Bigfoot-like creature of the Himalayas?
What country's highest peak is Aconcagua, at 22,837 feet?
What American company has the stock symbol MMM?
What is the written name of this symbol: &
Fill in the blank: "Mr. Sandman, bring me a _____"
Level 74
Jun 11, 2015
got 'em all, but had to take time guessing the city and the fruit
Level 56
Jun 22, 2015
I would have sworn that I spelled Tchaikovsky correctly. Oh well.
Level 55
Nov 10, 2015
I can spell Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tegucigalpa, and a whole bunch of other words correctly, but I never assume I can spell Tchaikovsky.
Level 39
Jan 3, 2017
Everyone always goes for Tsch. Once you get the start down it just flows from there.

That's why he's such a great composer, coz first he had to master his name. After that he could do anything

Level 74
Nov 10, 2015
So, "D" won't work for Franklin D. Roosevelt's name?

Not even half a point?


Level 68
Nov 10, 2015
I feel really dummy with the MMM question...
Level 66
Jan 6, 2019
I thought m&m's.
Level 62
Nov 11, 2015
Kept thinking there might have been a prior movie to Heat and wondered why Heat wasn't working.
Level 52
Nov 14, 2015
Hungary's a country? ;)
Level 24
Jan 18, 2017
of course, capital is Budapest.
Level 66
Jan 6, 2019
What did you think it was?
Level 59
Dec 11, 2016
How can anyone miss "MMM"??? It's three M's!
Level 74
Jun 26, 2018
It took me a sec because I kept trying M&M Mars.
Level 58
Jan 18, 2017
got 12
Level 58
Jan 18, 2017
Sasquatch is the same as yeti
Level 24
Jan 18, 2017
yes but sasquatch relates to the Pacific North West Region, the questions asked what it was called in the Himalayas!!
Level 84
May 20, 2017
Goulash & reubens....mmmmmm!
Level 58
Jul 10, 2017
I, personally, call it a shoe-lip, but maybe that's just me...
Level 57
Nov 30, 2017
Kudos to those who were able to type in an acceptable version of "Tchaikovsky".
Level 77
Oct 25, 2019
Argh... Tried Beethoven, Mozart, Liszt, Haydn, Wagner, Chopin and Mendelssohn for 1812 Overture but forgot Tchaikovsky....
Level 77
Aug 1, 2021
Got it this time!
Level 67
Oct 17, 2020
Fun fact: in Germany, a shoe horn is called a "shoe spoon".
Level 75
Mar 15, 2021
A Reuben sandwich is not a thing outside the USA.
Level 83
Oct 5, 2022
That is a very false statement. Access to international cuisine is one of the great advantages to living in the modern world. There are plenty of opportunities to try other country's and other culture's cuisines without actually going to the places themselves.