2004 Springtime With Roo Quiz 4
As of: 10:45 p.m. E.S.T., Thursday, April 27, 2017

1. What does Rabbit discover in the future?
His friends have abandoned their homes.
He doesn't have any friends anymore.
both of the above
none of the above

2. By which of the following names does Rabbit address his carrot(s)?
Franklin
Belinda
both of the above, and Frederick
This is a trick question; Rabbit doesn't talk to his carrots in this film.

3. How does Rabbit, apparently, spell "cabbage"?
"cabbage"
"kabage"
"cabege"
This is a trick question; the word "cabbage" is never seen or heard in this film.

4. How does Rabbit, apparently, spell "cleaning"?
"cleaning"
"kleening"
"kleaning"
"qrening"

5. What animal does Rabbit's scarecrow resemble?
an aardvark
a bumblebee
a rabbit
a chicken

6. What does Tigger do, to celebrate Spring Cleaning Day?
He supervises.
He bounces.
He cleans cobwebs.
This is a trick question; he refuses to celebrate Spring Cleaning Day, because he's too busy hunting for Easter Eggs with Roo.

7. Who sneezes, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Winnie the Pooh
Piglet
Tigger
Rabbit

8. Which of the following descriptions best describes the sneeze, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
It is the smallest, most quiet sneeze ever not heard in The Hundred Acre Wood.
It is the biggest sneeze ever sneezed in The Hundred Acre Wood.
It is an ordinary sneeze.
This is a trick question; no one sneezes in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

9. How forceful is the sneeze, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
It's so forceful that the seam in Winnie the Pooh's back splits open.
It's so forceful that it undoes all the spring cleaning Rabbit's friends did before the sneeze.
both of the above
This is a trick question; no one sneezes in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

10. How is "Easter" spelled, apparently, in The Hundred Acre Wood?
"Easter"
"Ishtar"
"E stir"
"Eastur"

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