Trivia Quiz




Q1:   68% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 68 points
Which of these is NOT a definition of the word 'CHAD'?
A country in Africa
A Catholic Saint
Rob Lowe's brother
The Egyptian word for 'CAT'

Q2:   51% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 51 points
'CHAD' is also known as...
'CHAFF'
'CHAP'
'CHAT'
'CHAW'

Q3:   47% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 47 points
Many people believe the word 'CHAD' came from...
The first name of the inventor of the voting machine
The first name of the inventor of the computer
The acronym of Card Hole Aggregate Debris
A combination of the words 'CHIP' and 'BAD'

Q4:   29% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 29 points
Which of these computer supplies do NOT produce 'CHAD'?
Sprocket-fed printer paper
Punched paper tape
Floppy disks
Non-manual punch cards

Q5:   49% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 49 points
A 'Swinging door chad' has...
One corner hanging off
Two corners hanging off
Three corners hanging off
A fold in the middle

Q6:   29% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 29 points
A 'Dimple chad' or 'Dimpled chad' is..
One with a small, simple indentation
One with a red spot in the middle
One that bulges both in and out
One with a small punched hole

Q7:   66% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 66 points
A 'Hanging door chad' has...
One corner hanging off
Two corners hanging off
Three corners hanging off
A fold in the middle

Q8:   26% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 26 points
A 'Pregnant chad' is..
One that will become a chad in nine months
A chad formed by the merging of two 'parent' chads
One that bulges, but is not punched through
A big chad with an attached little chad

Q9:   58% of 7118 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 58 points
A 'Tri-chad' is...
One that is TRY-ing its best to be a full chad
One with three corners attached
One with three corners hanging off
Three chads stuck together

Q10:   78% of 7117 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 78 points
In a recent South Dakota election, when a judge declared a tie after viewing the chads with a microscope, how was the election determined?
By a duel with dueling pistols
An arm-wrestling match
With a poker game
By a court ordered re-election

Now, just CLICK the button and we'll calculate your score.





Copyright © 1995-2020 by Robert Sherman Productions,
Los Angeles, California 90045 USA. All rights reserved.

If you have questions or comments about Quizland, e-mail bob@robertsherman.com