Valentine's Day Quiz: The Price of Love
Casanova or casa vacia (empty house)?
1) On average, the most expensive display of love is:
A) One carat diamond ring
B) One Cadillac Escalade
C) One trip to outer space
2) The Spark Network (LOV) operates the following popular websites except:
3) The Valentine's Day Massacre was orchestrated by:
A) George "Bugs" Moran
B) Al Capone
C) Alan Greenspan
4) Romeo was a _________, and Juliet was a _________.
A) Montague, Capulet
B) Capulet, Montague
C) Bull, Bear
D) Bear, Bull
5) The price of an eHarmony.com account is _________ than rival Match.com.
C) Used by the company to bankroll infinitely cheerier commercials
6) A first date that cost $20 in 1990 would cost _______ in 2008 dollars.
C) Dropping $20 on a first date is certain to make it the last.
7) On your honeymoon you travel to Thailand, where the local currency is the _______, which is roughly _______ per US dollar.
A) Kroner, 6.45
B) Baht, 31.17
C) Pad Thai. Damn good.
8) The top three flower-exporting nations are:
A) Columbia, Ecuador, Netherlands
B) Israel, Kenya, Columbia
C) China, India, Russia
9) Hershey's (HSY) annual revenue is _______ times greater than Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory's (RMCF) annual take.
10) In which nation does prominent marketing firm Hime & Company offer paid "heartache" leave for employees suffering the emotional strain of a recent breakup?
Get more than eight out of ten right?
If so, you're a Casanova with a canny mastery of macroeconomic theory. Congratulations!
If not, you've been demoted to Don Juan status, albeit Don Juan with a questionable understanding of core financial principles.
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