Sunday, March 29, 2009

FUN SURVEY: Dining Out in the World

Check this out and see how savvy you are when it comes to eating out in the world.

Just click here.

But don't forget to come back and tell me how you scored.

I only got 6 out of 11 - guess I need to travel more.

13 comments:

Martha Flynn said...

I got Spain wrong. I swear I don't remember being encouraged to dump my crumbs on the floor after eating there.

Kim Kasch said...

Martha: That's what another girlfriend told me too. So, I guess we'll just have to visit Spain again
to see for sure
;)

Brenda said...

6 out of 11 for me...I missed the one about the left and right handed fork...and I'm left handed! argh...grin...fun quiz

Captain Hook said...

7 out of 11 here. Some of those answers, I never would have guessed.

lakeviewer said...

Dang! I got 4/11. Not fair! When is the next challenge?

Kim Kasch said...

Thanks for playing gals. It's always fun to learn.

Bish Denham said...

I got 6 out of 11 too. But then, I haven't traveled out of the U. S. Some of the answer I actually knew, others were a pure guess.

I'd have trouble in Spain throughing my trash on the ground...Come to think of it...I'm not sure I'd want to eat at a place that had a lot of trash on the ground either.

The Things We Carried said...

7 out of eleven...I need to travel more, that is obvious! :)

Ello said...

I got 9 out of 11 but guessed on 2 of them. I'm ready to travel! I picked throw everything on the floor as a joke and it was right!

Anonymous said...

I only got 7!

Holly

banana_the_poet said...

I got 8 - but I live in Europe - so not so tricky for me. I think the question about chicken in England is wrong though. I'm from the UK and NEVER was given food without utensils in anyone's home, and even in KFC people ask for utensils - no-one cares what a KFC chef thinks - they just want to eat food without getting their hands greasy.

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Warren said...

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