Apparently, there are ten basic odor qualities—I’ll give you the category … can you name an example (without Googling) of that smell?
BONUS POINTS for unduplicated answers. Think I’ll give a reward this time.
4-Toasted or Nutty
10-Woody or Resinous
Email your answers for this week’s game to Peg@ambaa.com.
Answers to last week’s “VEEPs” Trivia:
Know the Vice President described? Giving you a HINT as to which ultimately also served as President 😊:
1-NO; known as Fritz to friends; second senator from MN to serve in the role; died this week at 93. Walter Mondale (Jimmy Carter)
2-YES; his daughter married the grandson of the president he served; California senator with experiencing in losing and a dog named Checkers 😊. Richard Nixon (Dwight Eisenhower)
3-NO; Hamilton made him a household name anew; anybody have a pistol handy? Aaron Burr (Thomas Jefferson)
4-YES; WW2 hero; fathered a president and a governor; later worked closely with former president from the other side. George H. W. Bush (Ronald Reagan)
5-NO; he invented the internet. Really? He did win the Nobel Peace Prize. Former senator from Tennessee. Al Gore (Bill Clinton)
6-YES; a former “Rough Rider”; cousin of a later president; as a child witness the Abraham Lincoln funeral procession. Theodore Roosevelt (Wm McKinley)
7-NO; actually the second VP to resign in disgrace (due to financial scandal—bonus if you know the first who did); also governor of Maryland. Spiro T. Agnew (Richard Nixon)
8-YES; catapulted into role by the action of #7; Michigander; known for … well, ask Mr. Biden who had the same trouble 😊. Gerald Ford (Richard Nixon)
9-NO; known for political service in Indiana—oh, and for misspelling potato 😊. Dan Quayle (George HW Bush)
10-NOT YET; first female Vice President whose sole national experience was four years as senator from CA before election to VP role. Kamala Harris (Joe Biden)