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Can You Decipher Antarctica Slang?

The researchers who live in Antarctica have come up withs some pretty interesting slang to pass the time. The question is, can you decipher the meaning behind these slang terms? It's time to put your knowledge to the test!
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If you have "big eye" when visiting Antarctica, what do you have?
Pink eye
Insomnia
A cold

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If someone is "toasty" in Antarctica, they are....
Forgetful
Warm
A bit irritable

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What is "the ice" in Antarctica?
The winter months
The whole continent
The feeling of isolation

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What are "city mice?"
Those that work at big research centers
Vermin that somehow make into facilities
Scientists who keep to themselves

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What is an "ice husband or ice wife?"
A research partner
A crush
A fling amongst researchers

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Who is the "fingy" in Antarctica?
The overtalkative guy
The new guy
The guy who one ups everyone

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What is a "beaker" in Antarctica?
A penguin
A scientist
An ice shelf

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What is a "winter-over" in Antarctica?
A party celebrating the end of winter
Spending the entire winter season in Antarctica
A cold feeling towards fellow humans

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What is a "skua?"
A trashcan
A type of bird
A mixed drink

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What are "offensive potatoes?"
Offensive pictures
Offensive words
Canned potatoes

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Which food is referred to as "sawdust?"
Dried cabbage
Dried apples
Dried apricots

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What is a "poppy?"
Alcohol served over antarctic ice
A rare flower that grows in antarctica
A change in elevation

C+, Antarctic Slang Icy

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Hey we get it, knowing the slang of the most remote continent on earth isn't easy! After all, only a few dozen scientists and researchers are keen on these slang terms. What matters most is that you gave this quiz your all and learned something new. Now you have some trivia to share at your next dinner party!

B+, Antarctica Slang Savvy

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Whoa, you are Antarctica slang savvy! Despite the fact that only a few dozen people visit Antarctica each and every year, you're as keen on the slang as the researchers who spend their time studying this icy land. Go ahead and brag a little, you've most certainly earned it!

A+, Antarctica Slang Ace

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Are you secretly a researcher in Antarctica in the winter? If not, you sure could have fooled us! You know the slang of this icy continent the way only a few select people actually can. We think this gives you honorary citizenship in this frigid land. You're impressive and awesome!
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1
If you have "big eye" when visiting Antarctica, what do you have?
Pink eye
Insomnia
A cold
2
If someone is "toasty" in Antarctica, they are....
Forgetful
Warm
A bit irritable
3
What is "the ice" in Antarctica?
The winter months
The whole continent
The feeling of isolation
4
What are "city mice?"
Those that work at big research centers
Vermin that somehow make into facilities
Scientists who keep to themselves
5
What is an "ice husband or ice wife?"
A research partner
A crush
A fling amongst researchers
6
Who is the "fingy" in Antarctica?
The overtalkative guy
The new guy
The guy who one ups everyone
7
What is a "beaker" in Antarctica?
A penguin
A scientist
An ice shelf
8
What is a "winter-over" in Antarctica?
A party celebrating the end of winter
Spending the entire winter season in Antarctica
A cold feeling towards fellow humans
9
What is a "skua?"
A trashcan
A type of bird
A mixed drink
10
What are "offensive potatoes?"
Offensive pictures
Offensive words
Canned potatoes
11
Which food is referred to as "sawdust?"
Dried cabbage
Dried apples
Dried apricots
12
What is a "poppy?"
Alcohol served over antarctic ice
A rare flower that grows in antarctica
A change in elevation

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