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What is Laffy Taffy?

The treat was originally called Breich's Caramels before changing to the catchier rhyme a few years later.
This stretchy candy with a joke on every wrapper came into being in the 1970s.
What is popcorn?

Popcorn without a topping is a low-calorie snack, but who eats it without butter?
This is a crunchy movie theater favorite.
What is the summer solstice?

It is the shortest day in southern hemisphere, where it is known as the winter solstice.
The longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere falls on June 21 & is also known as this.
What is "Snap, crackle, pop"?

In 2020, Kellogg's released a music single & video jingle of the tagline.
This is Rice Krispies' 3 word tagline.
What is TSA?

The agency was formed after 9/11. Airline employees conducted pre-board screening before federal employees took over the responsibility.
You must clear this 3 letter agency before boarding your flight.
What is Dennis the Menace?

The show later spawned a live-action movie in 1993.
This '80s TV show with a rhyming name features the mischievous adventures of a young boy who often annoys his neighbor Mr. Wilson.
What is chocolate?

It's eaten as a stand-alone snack or used as an ingredient or a garnish in a variety of recipes. Chocolate is also delicious paired with salty foods, such as peanut butter.
Brands like Cadbury, Hershey & Godiva are known for this sweet treat.
What is Juneteenth?

It's also know as Freedom Day & Jubilee Day.
Emancipation Day, which falls on June 19, also goes by this name & was recently designated a U.S. federal holiday.
Who are Larry, Curly & Moe?

The Three Stooges was a vaudeville act before coming to TV. The original 3rd Stooge was Shemp, & he was replaced by Curly when he left. When Curly died, Shemp came back for a brief time.
They are the 3 most popular stooges of The Three Stooges.
What is the Space Needle?

You can ride the monorail from downtown to the Space Needle.
Go to the top of this landmark in Seattle for a panoramic view of the city.
Who is Shaquille O'Neal?

O'Neal is famously quite tall, standing 7 ft 1 in.
This basketball star with a rhyming name is known for his time with the L.A. Lakers as well as for appearing in films like Kazaam! & Steel.
What are potato chips?

Did you know that the salt in potato chips releases dopamine, which causes pleasure & satisfaction.
Sour cream, ranch & other dips are popular with these snacks made by the likes of Lay's & Pringles.
What is Father's Day?

Father's Day first started being celebrated in the U.S. in 1910. Mother's Day began in 1908.
The popular holiday in June known for celebrating fatherhood.
What is red, yellow & blue?

All other colors except black & white are created by mixing the 3 primary colors. White is the absence of color & black cannot be made by combining colors. It is its own color.
There are the primary colors.
Where is Germany?

Tropical Islands is located about 45 miles south of Berlin, inside a former airship hangar.
The country with the biggest indoor water park in the world.
a. U.S.
b. Germany
c. Spain
What is Mello Yello?

The soft drink is named for a song from 1966 & is meant to capture whimsy & a free spirit.
This rhyming yellow soda was introduced by the Coca-Cola company in 1979 as a response to Pepsi's Mountain Dew.
What is chocolate chip?

Part of our addiction to these sweet treats is the emotional attachment many of us have through our memories of them in our childhoods.
Tollhouse brand is known for making this classic cookie.
What is June 21st?

This year the first day of summer is on Thursday, June 20 at 4:51pm to be exact.
The date that summer starts.
What is rock, paper, scissors?

Chinese researchers published a paper about the role psychology plays in winning (or losing) the game.
This 3 word game is played using only the hands. It is primarily a game of chance & often is used to decide things such as who goes first.
Where is Italy?

Students get 12 weeks of vacation, however, Italy also has more school days. Most schools have classes on Saturday.
This country gives students the longest summer vacation.
a. Italy
b. Ghana
c. Japan
What is Double Trouble?

Jean & Liz Sagal, younger sisters of actress Katey Sagal, play the title twins.
This short-lived '80s sitcom stars twin sisters, whom the title suggests are two times the trouble.
What is pizza?

It is rated the #1 addictive food due to the combination of fat, salt & refined carbs - a combination not found in nature.
This can be ordered thin crust or deep dish.
Where is New York City?

The NYC Pride March is annual event celebrating the LGBTQ community in NYC. It attracts tens of thousands of participants & millions of sidewalk spectators.
This city is known for hosting the largest Pride events & parade in the nation.
What are running, swimming & cycling?

The oldest finisher of the IRONMAN Championship was 85 year old Hiromu Inada, who completed the challenge in 2018 in a little less than 17 hours.
A triathlon comprises these 3 sports.
What is false?

It's China. They produce 67.2 million tons of the fruit in 2021.
True or False: Mexico is the largest consumer of watermelons in the world.

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