|2013 News Quiz Where Wrong Answers Are Better Than Right Ones|
|By ABC NEWS||Dec 31, 2013, 1:40 PM|
From Hollywood to Washington, 2013 was an eventful year. But just how much do you remember about what happened in 2013? Test you news IQ with our year-end news quiz.
A) She grabbed the microphone from Chief Justice John Roberts and issued the oath of office.
B) She fist-bumped John Boehner.
C) She lip-synched the national anthem.
D) She asked to bum a cigarette from the president.
A) They were found to be made of chocolate.
B) A typo misspelled Jesus' name Lesus.
C) They contained dangerous levels of mercury.
D) They included the pope's telephone number.
A) Carlos Danger
B) Paco Peril
C) Diego Hazard
D) Seymour Weiner
A) "I've got more than enough to eat at home. Thank you very much."
B) "Who has time for that, when there's more crack to be done?"
C) "I'm a poutine man myself."
D) "Just look at me."
A) Bottle fed the baby pandas at the National Zoo.
B) Mowed the lawn at the Lincoln Memorial.
C) Checked for a map on the back of Declaration of Independence at the National Archives.
D) Read aloud from Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham" on the floor of the Senate.
A) "A ruthless dictator responsible for the deaths of thousands of his citizens."
B) "A threat to international security."
C) "A far better baller than his grandpa Kim Il-sung."
D) "A friend for life."
A) "I knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms. Dead giveaway."
B) "I knew something was wrong was when all the television crews and newspaper reporters showed up. Dead giveaway."
C) "I knew something was wrong when I realized all the windows were boarded shut. Dead giveaway."
D) "I knew something was wrong when a woman I thought was dead told me to call the cops. Dead giveaway."
A) She slit his throat with butcher knife.
B) She stabbed him multiple times while he was showering.
C) She shot him in the head with a handgun.
D) All of the above.
A) Miley Cyrus and her wrecking ball.
B) A meteorite that broke up above the city of Chelyabinsk.
C) Another feat of strength by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
D) Russian winter biathletes practicing their shooting ahead of the Olympic Games in Sochi.
A) High school dropout
B) Discharged from the Army before undergoing any training
C) Security guard
D) All of the above
A) Watery coffee
B) Dry toast
C) Skim milk
D) Runny eggs
A) "If you like your plan, you can keep it."
B) "If you have leprosy, I can heal you."
C) "If you have a working Internet connection, buying healthcare will be a cinch."
D) "If you like pina coladas, getting lost in the rain… I'm the love you've looked for."
C; B; A; A; B; D; A; D; B; D; C; A