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Can You Finish These Historical Puns?

Do you have what it takes to finish these 12 historical puns? It's time to put your knowledge of hilarious history puns to the ultimate test. Ready for a great challenge? Lets go!
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What vegetable did Christopher Columbus not want on his ship?
A raddish
A potato
A leek

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What did Romans use to cut string?
A pair of schears
A pair of Caesars
A pair of words

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What would you get if you crossed a gorilla with the sixteenth US president?
John Ape-dams
Ape Lincoln
Thomas Japerson

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Who refereed the tennis match between Caesar and Mark Anthony?
A Roman serf
A Roman Umpire
A Roman lover

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Where did Montezuma go to college?
Az ED
Mayan State
Az Tech

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How did Vikings communicate at sea?
Viking thunder
Norse Code
Norse Phone

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Why did the communist fail at school?
He was fail-lenin
He earned bad marx
He was marxed absent

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Why was Socrates' student so busy?
His tablet was full
He had a lot on his plato
His plato runneth over

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Can Napoleon return to his place of birth?
Not a France.
Swiss please.
Of Corsican.

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Why was King Arthur’s army too tired to fight?
They were joust so tired.
They were responding to chain mail.
There were too many sleepless knights.

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What was the most popular kids' movie in Ancient Greece?
Finding Nero
Greek Inc.
Troy Story

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Where did Nicholas Romanov II get his coffee?
Dunkin' Kronuts
Tsarbucks
Tim Hortons

C+, Historical Pun Harrowing

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Okay, so these puns didn't exactly put a smile on your face or laughter in your heart. While funny to some, they didn't really strike your funny bone. You might not have passed this historical pun test with flying colors, but at least you have some new material for your next get together!

B+, Historical Pun Hilarious

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are historical pun hilarious! Something about these 12 historical puns totally struck your funny bone. You have a natural knack for comedy and even greater mind for history. Is there anything you can't do?

A+, Historical Pun Expert

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Color us impressed and entertained! You're a true historical pun expert! These 12 historically minded puns not only struck your funny bone, they likely made you laugh out loud. You finished these puns with ease and skill. You're a natural born comedian with a keen mind for history. You're the total package!
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1
What vegetable did Christopher Columbus not want on his ship?
A raddish
A potato
A leek
2
What did Romans use to cut string?
A pair of schears
A pair of Caesars
A pair of words
3
What would you get if you crossed a gorilla with the sixteenth US president?
John Ape-dams
Ape Lincoln
Thomas Japerson
4
Who refereed the tennis match between Caesar and Mark Anthony?
A Roman serf
A Roman Umpire
A Roman lover
5
Where did Montezuma go to college?
Az ED
Mayan State
Az Tech
6
How did Vikings communicate at sea?
Viking thunder
Norse Code
Norse Phone
7
Why did the communist fail at school?
He was fail-lenin
He earned bad marx
He was marxed absent
8
Why was Socrates' student so busy?
His tablet was full
He had a lot on his plato
His plato runneth over
9
Can Napoleon return to his place of birth?
Not a France.
Swiss please.
Of Corsican.
10
Why was King Arthur’s army too tired to fight?
They were joust so tired.
They were responding to chain mail.
There were too many sleepless knights.
11
What was the most popular kids' movie in Ancient Greece?
Finding Nero
Greek Inc.
Troy Story
12
Where did Nicholas Romanov II get his coffee?
Dunkin' Kronuts
Tsarbucks
Tim Hortons

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