Quiz: Can You Ace This Ultimate 80s True or False Challenge?

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 Jul 01, 2019
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Question: 1/25Choose Your Answer!


Even though they were made to keep you warm, the hippest kids wore LEG WARMERS all year round!
False
True

Question: 2/25Choose Your Answer!


Business in the front, and a party in the back! THE MULLET was a popular hairstyle in this decade!
True
False

Question: 3/25Choose Your Answer!


To raise funds for relief aid in Africa, Live Aid was a benefit concert started by JOHN LENNON which took place in 1985.
False
True

Question: 4/25Choose Your Answer!


Diving East and West Germany, The Berlin Wall caused division and turmoil throughout the country until its fall in 1989.
True
False

Question: 5/25Choose Your Answer!


Click and print! THE DISPOSABLE CAMERA was first invented in the 1980s.
False
True

Question: 6/25Choose Your Answer!


If you were the coolest kid in school, TRAPPER KEEPERS were the one school necessity in your locker!
False
True

Question: 7/25Choose Your Answer!


Released in 1983, Madonna's hit song LIKE A VIRGIN was nominated MTV's Best Music Video of the year.
True
False

Question: 8/25Choose Your Answer!


Boldly hopeful in the technologies of the future, the blockbuster hit "E.T." was a movie about a boy and a scientist who travel back and forth in time.
True
False

Question: 9/25Choose Your Answer!


The Criminal, the Athlete, the Basketcase, the Princess, and the Brain make up the notorious bunch known as The Breakfast Club.
False
True

Question: 10/25Choose Your Answer!


The horror film "The Shining" starring Mel Gibson launched fiction writer's Stephen King's career.
True
False

Question: 11/25Choose Your Answer!


In 1986 American action drama "Dirty Dancing," Tom Cruise starred as a naval aviator named Pete "Maverick" Mitchell.
False
True

Question: 12/25Choose Your Answer!


Based on the novel by S.E. Hinton, the 1983 film "The Outsiders" was the beginning of many famous actor's careers such as Patrick Swayze, Tom Cruise, and Rob Lowe.
True
False

Question: 13/25Choose Your Answer!


"Don't have a cow!" is an 80s phrase used to tell someone not to freak out!
False
True

Question: 14/25Choose Your Answer!


Known as one of the most tragic events of the 80s, the APOLLO 11 spaceship broke apart in flight, killing 7 crew members and 5 NASA astronauts.
False
True

Question: 15/25Choose Your Answer!


Upon his arrival to Earth, E.T. befriends a boy named Sodapop.
True
False

Question: 16/25Choose Your Answer!


THE POWER RANGERS were the name of a group of turtles that fought crime on their hit 80s cartoon show.
True
False

Question: 17/25Choose Your Answer!


First released in 1980, the Rubik's Cube made its debut on store shelves challenging people's intelligence for solving puzzles.
True
False

Question: 18/25Choose Your Answer!


On September 1, 1985, 73 years after its wreckage, historians and scientists finally recovered parts of the Titanic at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
False
True

Question: 19/25Choose Your Answer!


In July of 1981, the marriage of Princess Diana to Prince William of Wales sparked excitement across the entire globe.
True
False

Question: 20/25Choose Your Answer!


Starring Ted Danson, the American sitcom "Cheers" is a show about the Bull & Finch Pub in Boston.
True
False

Question: 21/25Choose Your Answer!


"Where's the beef?!" An elderly woman yelling this phrase through the phone was McDonald's most famous campaign strategy during the 80s.
False
True

Question: 22/25Choose Your Answer!


Pass the torch! The 1984 Summer Olympics was opened by President Ronald Reagan and took place in Dallas, Texas.
True
False

Question: 23/25Choose Your Answer!


Nicknamed "Joe Cool," and the "Comeback Kid," Joe Montana was a famous NFL player whose career rose to new heights in the 80s.
True
False

Question: 24/25Choose Your Answer!


The San Antonio Spurs were an NBA Team on fire throughout the decade.
True
False

Question: 25/25Choose Your Answer!


GEORGE MICHAEL went on to become known as the world's biggest popstar with hits like "Thriller" and "Bad."
True
False
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