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Only Americans Can Pass This Pumpkin, Apples, And Peaches Quiz!

Only true blue Americans will be able to pass this pumpkins, apples, and peaches quiz! Do you know your classic American adages related to all three? It's time to find out!
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Which is the most popular pie for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday?
Pumpkin
Apple
Peach

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The song Apple, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie was a top 10 hit for which artist?
The Steve Miller Band
Led Zeppelin
Jay & the Techniques

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True or false: In early colonial times, pumpkins were used as an ingredient for the crust of pies, not the filling.
True
False

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What is the science of apple growing known as?
Pomology
Zoology
Apptology

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Which word completes the title of the Allman Brothers album, Eat a ____?
Apple
Peach
Pumpkin seed

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25 percent of a(n) ________ volume is air; that’s why they float.
Pumpkin's
Apple's
Peach's

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According to the nursery rhyme, which was Peter Peter?
A peach eater
A pumpkin eater
A apple seeder

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Which is popular in the Harry Potter novels?
Pumpkin juice
Apple cider
Peach schnapps

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Who does Linus claim brings gifts in the comic strip Peanuts?
The Great Pumpkin
The Great Johnny Appleseed
The Great Peach Giver

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It takes the energy from 50 leaves to produce one _________.
Peach
Apple
Pumpkin

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This fruit is actually part of the rose family.
Peaches
Apples
Pumpkins

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Which company was founded by the Beatles in 1968?
Peach Fuzz
Apple Corps
Pumpkin Pits

C+, Apples, Pumpkins, And Peaches Fail

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Unfortunately, you didn't pass this apples, pumpkins, and peaches quiz with ease! In fact, you could stand to learn a bit more about these three all American fruits. This seems like a great excuse to eat up and brush up on your facts!

B+, Apples, Pumpkins, And Peaches Pass

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Congratulations, you passed this apples, pumpkins, and peaches quiz with flying colors! Sure, you might not be the world's foremost expert on these beloved American fruits, but you're well on your way. Go ahead and brag a bit, you've earned it!

A+, Apples, Pumpkins, And Peaches Perfect

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are apples, pumpkins, and peaches perfect! It's obvious that you know your all American fruit facts like only a true patriot can. From pumpkins to apples and sweet as Georgia peaches, you're a true blue expert!
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1
Which is the most popular pie for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday?
Pumpkin
Apple
Peach
2
The song Apple, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie was a top 10 hit for which artist?
The Steve Miller Band
Led Zeppelin
Jay & the Techniques
3
True or false: In early colonial times, pumpkins were used as an ingredient for the crust of pies, not the filling.
True
False
4
What is the science of apple growing known as?
Pomology
Zoology
Apptology
5
Which word completes the title of the Allman Brothers album, Eat a ____?
Apple
Peach
Pumpkin seed
6
25 percent of a(n) ________ volume is air; that’s why they float.
Pumpkin's
Apple's
Peach's
7
According to the nursery rhyme, which was Peter Peter?
A peach eater
A pumpkin eater
A apple seeder
8
Which is popular in the Harry Potter novels?
Pumpkin juice
Apple cider
Peach schnapps
9
Who does Linus claim brings gifts in the comic strip Peanuts?
The Great Pumpkin
The Great Johnny Appleseed
The Great Peach Giver
10
It takes the energy from 50 leaves to produce one _________.
Peach
Apple
Pumpkin
11
This fruit is actually part of the rose family.
Peaches
Apples
Pumpkins
12
Which company was founded by the Beatles in 1968?
Peach Fuzz
Apple Corps
Pumpkin Pits

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