Holiday Trivia!

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Thanksgiving Holiday Trivia Quiz

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Black Friday is the biggest day of the year for what trade profession?

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You can tell the gender of a turkey by looking at the shape of their poop.

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According to Martha Stewart, the best place to put the meat thermometer in the turkey is…..

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When was the first Thanksgiving football game held?

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How much does the average Thanksgiving turkey weigh?

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Statistically, what is America’s favorite Thanksgiving side dish?

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Who started the tradition of playing football on Thanksgiving

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What meats were most likely served at the first Thanksgiving celebration?

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Which food was ever-present at the first Thanksgiving but is seldom eaten at Thanksgiving now?

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“Tofurky” roasts have existed since what year?

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When was the first Thanksgiving?

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What percentage of Americans skip turkey on Thanksgiving?

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What utensil was not used by the Pilgrims to eat Thanksgiving dinner?

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When was the green bean casserole introduced to the Thanksgiving dinners?

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How long did the first Thanksgiving celebration last?

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What Native American tribe celebrated the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims?

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In what month did the first Thanksgiving celebration likely take place?

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Where was the first turkey trot?

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How many calories, on average, does an average person consume during Thanksgiving?

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Which southern state was the first to adopt a Thanksgiving Day in 1855?

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What percentage of Americans say eating Thanksgiving leftovers is more important than the the Thanksgiving meal?

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