POT LUCK
1. What is the most popular sport to feature in films?
 Boxing
2. From which country do French fries originate? France, Belgium or Switzerland?
 Switzerland
3. Which famous video game character was originally called "Jumpman"?
 Mario (from Super Mario Brothers)
4. The phrase "mind your p's and q's" originally meant to watch how much you had to drink, but what did the letters "p" and "q" stand for?
 Pints and Quarts
5. Which two members of the Beatles were left handed?
 Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr
6. What is the only ten letter word that can be typed on only the top row of a keyboard or typewriter?
 "Typewriter"
7. According to the traditional rhyme, a child born on which day is said to be "full of grace"?
 Tuesday
8. In a standard deck of cards, how many of the four Kings have moustaches?
 3 - the King of Hearts is the only one who doesn't
9. What were the stripes on the old-fashioned barber shop poles meant to represent?
 Blood (the white stripes represent bandages)
10. Approximately what percentage of Americans have appeared on television? 3%, 11% or 25%?
 25%
Tie Break In what year did Bugs Bunny make his debut?
 1937