Will You Get A Valentine In 2020?

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Will You Get A Valentine In 2020?

The following quiz checks if you will be able to get a valentine this year or not. If you score above 60% in this quiz, then you will get one. So, what are you waiting for? Just take a deep breath and jump right in.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Explain in your own words how the subjects "Al Capone" and "Valentine's Day" are related.
  • 2. 
    You prefer to be with him/her........
    • A. 

      Alone

    • B. 

      With your mates.

    • C. 

      With their mates.

    • D. 

      I don't want to spend time with anyone.

  • 3. 
    If your GF/BF says "I love you with all my heart," you reply.....
    • A. 

      Okay...?

    • B. 

      Aww... You are so sweet!

    • C. 

      Love you more! xx

    • D. 

      Ewwww! hate you! go away

    • E. 

      That's nice?!

  • 4. 
    You like them to be......
    • A. 

      Good kisser?

    • B. 

      Funny?

    • C. 

      Weird?

    • D. 

      Dunno?

  • 5. 
    RAMDOM!!!!!!!!! do you prefer.......
    • A. 

      Galaxy chocolate?

    • B. 

      Ben and jerry's?

    • C. 

      Walker's crisps ?

  • 6. 
    Valentine's Day is a festival that _____________________________________
    • A. 

      Cherishes love and romance

    • B. 

      Celebrates the invention of chocolate

    • C. 

      Boycotts cinnamon hearts

  • 7. 
    Historians trace the origin of Valentine's Day to ancient Roman Empire. It is said that in the Rome of ancient times people observed a holiday on February 14th to honor Juno - the Queen of Roman Gods and Goddesses. The Romans also regarded Juno as the Goddess of Women and Marriage. On the following day, February 15th began the fertility festival called 'Feast of Lupercalia'. The festival of Lupercalia was celebrated to honor the Gods Lupercus and Faunus - the Roman God of Agriculture besides the legendary founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus.
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 8. 
    By the Middle Ages, Valentine assumed the image of heroic and romantic figure amongst the masses in England and France. Later, when Christianity spread through Rome, the priests moved Lupercalia from February 15 to February 14. Around 498 AD, Pope Gelasius declared February 14 as St. Valentine's Day to honor the martyr Valentinus and to end the pagan celebration.
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

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