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April Fools' Quiz: Multiple Choice

Answer these questions with the option that is obviously the most correct one.
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Last updated: February 6, 2021
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1. Who discovered the North American continent?
Marco Polo
Julius Caesar
Genghis Khan
Christopher Columbus
2. When was Jesus born?
February 21st
December 25th
October 3rd
June 17th
3. What vegetable can help increase your vision?
Potatoes
Broccoli
Spinach
Carrots
4. Which queen famously said "Let them eat cake?"
Isabella II
Marie Antoinette
Anne Boleyn
Elizabeth I
5. According to JetPunk, what continent does Cyprus belong to?
Antarctica
Oceania
North America
Europe
6. What brand of food NEVER expires?
Honey
White rice
Twinkies
Salt
7. How long does it take for someone to be declared missing?
4 months
24 hours
2 days
3 weeks
8. Who created the automobile?
Nikola Tesla
Henry Ford
Karl Marx
Elon Musk
9. How tall was Napoleon Bonaparte?
4'9''
6'1''
5'7''
5'6''
10. Which American President has the highest IQ?
John Adams
James Madison
Thomas Jefferson
Donald Trump
11. Why do ostriches stick their heads in the sand?
They don't. They're just really stupid.
To impress their mates
That's how they sleep
To hide in fear
12. Who killed Tupac?
The Notorious B.I.G.
O. J. Simpson
Nobody. Tupac is still alive.
Suge Knight
13. How much of our brain do we use?
10%
50%
25%
100%
14. What country was Barack Obama born in?
Libya
Kenya
Nigeria
Pakistan
15. Which landmark is visible from space?
Eiffel Tower
Statue of Liberty
Great Wall of China
Pyramids of Giza
3 Comments
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Level 59
Apr 1, 2020
Tupac lives with Elvis. Everybody knows that.
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Level ∞
Feb 6, 2021
The Napoleon one is debatable. Surprisingly, we don't actually know how tall he was:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon

The most likely truth is that he was 5'2", although 5'7" is also possible.

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Level 90
Feb 6, 2021
Thanks for the feedback, QM! I went ahead and fixed the question so that it now shows the "correct" choice.