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    Summertime Trivia & Riddles
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  • What did the ocean say to the pirate?
    Nothing, it just waved.
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  • What do you call seagulls that live by the bay?
    Bagels
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  • Why didn’t the poodle want to go to the beach?
    It didn’t want to be a hot dog
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  • What happens when you go to the beach and throw your hat in the water?
    It gets wet.
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  • What do you call a Hogwarts professor who goes to the beach?
    A sandwitch.
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  • What did the beach say when it saw the tide come in?
    Long time, no sea.
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  • How do you pay the fee to get on a beach?
    Sand Dollars
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  • What card game do anglers play at the beach?
    Go Fish
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  • What’s the best day of the week to go to the beach?
    SUNday
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  • What do you call a snowman at the beach?
    A puddle.
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  • Which fish is the most famous at the beach?
    Star Fish
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  • Which season do math teacher’s like the most?
    SUMmer
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  • Why did the teacher wear sunglasses to school?
    Because the students were so bright.
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  • What treat do dads like on hot summer days?
    POPsicles
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  • Why couldn’t kids go to the new summer pirate movie?
    It was rated ARRR.
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  • What kind of sandwiches can you make at the beach?
    Peanut Butter and Jellyfish
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  • Which letter is the coolest during the summer?
    Iced T
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  • Summer solstice happens on which day(s) in the northern hemisphere?
    June 20th/21st
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  • Which three zodiac signs are summer signs of the Zodiac? (2 out of 3)
    Cancer, Leo and Virgo.
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  • In the US, what is the best selling BBQ meat throughout the summer?
    Hot dogs
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  • Two vegetables experience higher sales in August than during all the other months of the year in the US. What vegetables are they?
    Corn and Squash
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  • What vitamin can you get from direct sunlight?
    Vitamin D
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  • Who is the public service mascot that was first inducted to the US on 9 August 1944?
    Smokey Bear, the fire prevention bear.
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  • What is the traditional birthstone for August?
    Peridot
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  • The month of July was named after which historical figure?
    Julius Caesar
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  • Which three fresh fruits outsell all other fruits during the summer in America? (2 out of 3)
    Watermelon, tomatoes and peaches.
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  • What is the name of the longest day of the year?
    Summer Solstice
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  • In which country is the biggest waterpark in the world?
    Germany
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  • What year was 'Jaws' released?
    1975
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  • True or false? The month of June is named after a Greek goddess.
    False, June is named after the Roman Goddess, Juno.
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  • In which city in the USA were ice cream sandwiches believed to have been invented?
    New York
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  • True or false? A typical Chicago-style hot dog has tomato slices on it.
    True. The hot dog has mustard, onions, relish, pickle, tomatoes, pickled peppers, and celery salt.
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  • How many long distance summer trips are made in the USA each year? Over 150 million, over 250 million, over 500 million, or over 650 million?
    650 million
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  • Before they were used for playing, Frisbees served what objective in the kitchen?
    A pie tin
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  • What does SPF stand for?
    Sun Protection Factor
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  • Which US holiday unofficially implies the end of the summer season?
    Labor Day
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  • Which flower thrives in the sun because it loves the sun?
    Sunflower
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  • Which insects are the most widespread in the summer?
    Mosquitoes
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  • Which insect's sound can you use to find the temperature?
    Cricket Chirps
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  • When is America's Independence Day celebrated?
    Fourth of July
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  • Where were the first modern Olympic Games held? (country)
    Athens, Greece
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