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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Christmas Trivia Question #10

Happy Christmas Eve Eve! We're celebrating Christmas tonight with my Dad's side of the family. This is the big side with lots of cousins and aunt and uncles. In a break from the tradition that has been around for as long as I can remember, everyone is going to my parents' house this year, instead of my Grandmother's. My parents have been building a house since April of this year, and moved in right before Thanksgiving. Now they are all moved in, they're ready to show everyone, so they decided to host our Christmas get-together. We always play games and have trivia questions, so I guarantee my list of trivia questions that I've been asking y'all will be making an appearance. Speaking of trivia...

Yesterday's Question:
Q9) In "The Santa Clause" starring Tim Allen, what did the elves use to cut the prison bars?

A) Tinsel!

Today's Question:
Q10) What country does that song "Silent Night" originate from?

Stay tuned for the answer! And after you guess, make sure you visit the entry form to get today's entry!

Three French Hens.......

9 comments:

  1. 'Silent Night' originated in Austria in 1816. The carol was wrote by Fr. Josef Mohr.

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  2. "Stille Nacht! Heilige Nacht" Heard for first time in a village church in Oberndorf, Austria

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  3. Well, I was thinking Germany, but from the answers above it seems to be Austria. Same language, though.

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