Results for - St. Patrick's Day Q & A

2,388 voters participated in this survey
Saint Patrick wasn't really Irish at all. True or false?

1. Saint Patrick wasn't really Irish at all. True or false?

True
54%
1,289 votes
False
46%
1,099 votes

2. W. B. Yeats was an Irish poet who loved to write about:

Leprechauns
27%
638 votes
Fairies and Ghosts
29%
686 votes
Trolls
7%
167 votes
Mermaids
3%
80 votes
N/A
34%
817 votes

3. A popular Irish dish of shredded cabbage, minced onions, mashed potatoes and melted butter is known as:

Mulligatawny
21%
499 votes
Shepherds' Pie
36%
860 votes
Colcannon
29%
692 votes
Fairy Porridge
14%
337 votes

4. Kissing the Blarney Stone is supposed to do what?

Cause moist lips from the dew on the rock
4%
92 votes
Give good luck in love
67%
1,597 votes
Remove shyness
21%
494 votes
Heal you of warts
9%
205 votes

5. The first St. Patrick's Day parade/celebration was in which city?

Boston
55%
1,316 votes
New York
25%
601 votes
Philadelphia
14%
323 votes
Washington DC
6%
148 votes

6. 2. The answers are: 1. True (His father was Italian, his mom was a Scot. He was born in Scotland), 2. Fairies and Ghosts, 3. Colcannon, 4. It removes shyness and you are suddenly given the "gift of gab", 5. Boston (in 1737). How many did you get right?

None
20%
473 votes
1
23%
547 votes
2
22%
525 votes
3
14%
330 votes
4
6%
142 votes
All of them
16%
371 votes

7. What will you do to celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

Attend a parade
5%
114 votes
Drink green beer
8%
199 votes
Wear green clothing
27%
645 votes
Eat corned beef and cabbage
14%
345 votes
Nothing, I don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day
54%
1,298 votes
Other (please specify)
2%
54 votes
03/18/2014 Trivia 2388 25 By: Bboopy13
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