Reasoning questions for ssc
1. What year did Volkswagen start production of the Golf?
2. What is the shade of a Tiffany lamp made of?
Answer: Stained glass
3. What is the most popular day for people to eat ice cream?
4. What is the fear of tapeworms known as?
5. How many strings does a standard ukulele have?
6. What distance did the Romans once define as a thousand paces?
Answer: A mile
7. What did Coleco name its 1983 home computer?
8. Often worn by young girls, ‘Mary Janes’ are what type of fashion item?
9. What does Karaoke literally mean?
Answer: Empty Orchestra
10. What fruit is used in making ‘Creme de Cassis’?
11. In motor racing, what color is the caution flag?
12. Which country were the 2014 Winter Olympic Games held in?
13. Which fish does a chef need a special license for to be able to prepare in Japan?
Answer: Fugu, or blowfish
14. Pediculophobia is the fear of what?
15. What does a Turk call ‘Turkish Delight’?
16. Which is larger, a baseball or a softball?
Answer: A softball
17. Wayfarer sunglasses are produced by what eyeglass company?
18. What’s the most common ‘singing membranophone’?
Answer: The kazoo
19. Which University did Bill Gates drop out of to start his own company?
20. How many balls are on a pool table at the start of a game?
21. What fruits are fermented to make Perry?
22. What song contains the line ‘I feel stupid and contagious’?
Answer: Smells Like Teen Spirit
23. Which NBA team plays its home games at Madison Square Gardens?
Answer: New York Knicks
24. In a circus, a funambulist is a what?
Answer: Tightrope walker
25. What two snacks are mentioned in ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame’?
Answer: Peanuts and Cracker Jack
26. Greek Feta cheese is typically made from the milk of which animal?
27. What does the phrase Magna Cum Laude mean in English?
Answer: With Great Honor
28. What’s the triangular Asian pastry containing spiced meat?
29. An ‘umiak’ is the larger version of what?
Answer: A kayak
30. Red Stripe beer originated from what island country?
31. What kind of lunch is the common British pub meal of a piece of Cheddar, crusty bread, and a pickle?
32. What animal shape are the chocolate pieces in Ben & Jerry’s flavor ‘Vermonty Python’?
33. What do you call filo pastry stuffed with chopped nuts and honey, or syrup?
34. What’s the most common ‘singing membranophone’?
Answer: The kazoo
35. What vegetable is most commonly added to yogurt to make Indian ‘raita’?
36. The Acol system is used in which card game?
37. What year was the Intel Pentium processor introduced?
38. What is the official name of the Michelin Man?
39. What sport’s lingo uses the term ‘Mulligan’?
40. What is a Kissing gourami?
Answer: Tropical fish
41. What were the first modern Olympic pole vaulters’ poles made of?
42. Which car design firm was responsible for the design of the Enzo Ferrari?
43. What does ZIP as in ZIP code stand for?
Answer: Zone Improvement Project
44. What is the only book of the Bible comprised entirely of law?
45. What is the highest hand in straight poker?
Answer: A royal flush
46. How many rings are there on the Olympic flag?
47. Which chess piece was originally called ‘the elephant’?
Answer: The bishop
48. Where did Thomas Lipton open his first grocery store?
Answer: Glasgow, Scotland
49. ‘To swoon’ is to what?
50. How many home runs did Sammy Sosa hit the year of Mark McGwire’s record-breaking 70?
51. What 2 letters in scrabble have the highest point value?
Answer: Q and Z
52. What organization was formed to replace ‘The League of Nations’?
Answer: United Nations
53. What is the name of Spain’s famous cold soup made mostly from tomatoes?
54. What model was married to musician Mick Jagger?
Answer: Jerry Hall
55. What is a second full moon in a month called?
Answer: Blue moon
56. What country had, at one time, a female ‘Santa’ called La Befena?
57. What does ‘PT’ stand for in the names of Navy PT boats?
Answer: Patrol Torpedo
58. What was the first soft drink to be consumed in outer space?
59. What fast food chain offered a sandwich known as the ‘Big Montana’?
60. In what city is the Kentucky Derby held every year?
61. Which empire gave the world the Pilsner?
Answer: The Austrian Empire
62. Ashtanga, Bikram, and Kundalini are all types of what?
63. Capricorn is represented by what animal as its zodiacal symbol?
64. What does the McDonalds in New Delhi make their burgers with?
65. What type of pasta’s name mean “little tongues” in Italian?
66. What Asian country bans the importation and sale of chewing gum?
67. What suspect in the standard game of Clue has the same name as a bird?
Answer: Mrs. Peacock
68. Which advocacy group was founded by Maggie Kuhn?
Answer: Gray Panthers
69. What basketball legend was born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor?
Answer: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
70. How many players are there on a standard soccer team on field?
71. Sakhmet was the Egyptian god of what?
Answer: War and healing
72. What is the fear of mice known as?
73. Why was Mary Mallon famous in the early 1900s for her signature dessert of peaches and ice cream?
Answer: It gave people typhus
74. Emmental cheese originated in what country?
75. What do climbers rub on their hands for extra grip?
76. What kind of fruit juice is used to mix a Polish Martini?
77. What company developed the first laser printer in the 1970s?
78. What’s the alcohol in an Old Fashioned cocktail?
79. What is the claim to fame of Beacon Hill’s Bull & Finch Pub?
Answer: Its exterior was used for the bar in Cheers
80. What is the Christmas dinner of choice for families in Burgundy, France?
Answer: Turkey and chestnuts
81. What type of salad was invented by the owner of the Hollywood eatery the Brown Derby?
Answer: The Cobb Salad
82. What do climbers rub on their hands for extra grip?
83. Nepetalactone is the active ingredient in what pet product?
84. Who was hunted by Dutch physician Abraham van Helsing?
Answer: Count Dracula
85. What is the ‘waltzing Matilda’ in the title of that traditional Australian song?
Answer: A migrant worker’s bedroll
86. Which country were the 2014 Winter Olympic Games held in?
87. The Bunya Pine tree is native to which country?
88. Who was sued in 1999 by Rosa Parks after they used her name to title a hit song?
89. What year did Cheez Whis debut on the market?
90. Who was Liverpool’s captain when they won their first European Cup final in 1977?
Answer: Emlyn Hughes
91. What toy company launched the Barbie doll in 1959?
Answer: Mattel Inc.
92. What US state includes the telephone area code 602?
93. How many rings are there on the Olympic flag?
94. In which year was the wearing of seat belts made compulsory in the UK?
95. What trademark is used in public relations to refer to phony grassroots campaigns?
96. What type of animal is the Japanese monster, Gezora?
97. What year was the Amazon Kindle Fire first introduced?
98. Which French beer is also Melton Mowbray area code without the initial 0?
99. Who did Charles Barkley name as ‘the one player I’ll accept losing to, if I have to lose’?
Answer: Michael Jordan
100. What kind of dough is usually used to make an eclair?
Answer: Choux dough
101. Fax is short for which word?
102. What two-sport athlete didn’t speak in his early 1990’s Nike commercials because of his bad stutter?
Answer: Bo Jackson
103. What is the basic flavoring of Kahlua?
104. The dish ‘rosti’ originated from which country?
105.What type of animal is the Japanese monster, Kamacuras?
Answer: Praying mantis
106. What was the nickname of restaurateur Dave Thomas’ second daughter?
107. What is the name of the Princess Mario & Luigi have to rescue in the Super Mario Brothers Nintendo games?
Answer: Princess Toadstool/Peach
108. What airport did the first commercial Boeing 747 flight from JFK land at?
Answer: London, Heathrow
109. Which Italian won the 1998 Tour de France bicycle race?
Answer: Marco Pantani
110.What is the ‘NPC’ abbreviation short for to a video gamer?
Answer: Non-Player Character
111. At what age did tennis player Rafael Nadal turn professional?
112. What two animals are the symbols of the US Democrats and Republicans?
Answer: Donkey and Elephant
113. What drink is a mixture of brandy, egg yolks and sugar?
114. Which floor of the Guinness Storehouse houses the Gravity Bar, where tourists can drink a pint of Guinness?
Answer: Seventh floor
115. What does UFC stand for?
Answer: Ultimate Fighting Championship
116. What flavor is Grand Marnier?
117. What is Santa’s name in Denmark?
Answer: Sinter Klaas
118. What part of a piano’s action permits the keys to be struck in quick repetition?
119. Which Nintendo console was released after the N64 and before the Wii?
120. In the standard Monopoly game, how much money do you collect for finishing second in a beauty contest?
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