What's Your Romance IQ?
Ah romance! It’s everywhere! Grab your honey and take our fun and flirty Romance IQ quiz to see just how tuned in you are with your romantic side.
Question 1 of 15
Who were the original “star-crossed lovers?”
|Brad and Jen|
|Cleopatra and Anthony|
|Aphrodite and Zeus|
Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet were the original "star-crossed lovers."
Question 2 of 15
This bird symbolizes fidelity.
The dove symbolizes fidelity.
Question 3 of 15
A beverage also known as “the true drink of love.”
|Sex on the Beach|
Champagne is the true drink of love.
Question 4 of 15
A Hershey’s Kiss has how many calories?
One Hershey's Kiss has 26 calories.
Question 5 of 15
Which statement is false?
|The veil dates back to ancient Rome, when it was flame-yellow, worn over the face, and called a flammeum.|
|Kissing reduces tooth decay because added saliva cleans out your mouth.|
|In ancient Egyptian times, a young man would take his betrothed and simulate mummification before they consummated their love through a marriage ceremony.|
|The expression "tying the knot" refers to Roman times when the bride wore a girdle tied in knots that the groom then had to untie.|
Question 6 of 15
The origins of Valentine's Day trace back to the ancient Roman celebration of:
Lupercalia was the original Valentine's Day celebration.
Question 7 of 15
The tradition of the engagement ring being worn on the third finger of the left hand survives from Egyptian belief that:
|Women already spoken for wore a ring on the third finger on their right hand.|
The vein from this finger leads straight to the heart.
The engagement ring is worn on the third finger of the left hand because the vein from this finger leads straight to the heart.
|Egyptian queens wore rings on their middle finger as a sign of nobility, so to wear a ring on this finger shows humility and respect.|
|The left hand signified purity and virginity.|
Question 8 of 15
Which is not considered a natural aphrodisiac?
Cinnamon is not a natural aphrodisiac.
Question 9 of 15
In Greek mythology, Cupid was believed to be the son of:
Cupid was the son of Venus.
Question 10 of 15
A true romantic, actress Elizabeth Taylor has been married how many times?
Elizabeth Taylor has had eight weddings, but married Richard Burton twice, so she's only had seven husbands.
Question 11 of 15
Who said, “All you need is love?”
John Lennon sang "All you need is love."
Question 12 of 15
Which statement is false about the history of the word Honeymoon?
|In ancient Babylonia, the father of the bride would give the groom honey wine to drink the first month of marriage to boost the couple’s fertility.|
|Like bees producing honey, the honeymoon signified a time of fertility; hence a woman on her honeymoon was secluded with only her husband in the hopes of becoming pregnant.|
|Honey refers to the sweetness of a new marriage and Moon acknowledges that like a full moon, the sweetness would quickly fade.|
|Brides were abducted from other tribes and kept hidden for a month (moon) until her family stopped searching for her.|
Question 13 of 15
An unacceptable Valentine’s gift would be:
A blender is a completely unacceptable Valentine's gift!
Question 14 of 15
Which band member was not an original member of KISS?
Eric Carr was not an original band member of KISS.
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