Cincinnati is best known for it’s
B. Thriving downtown business district.
D. Honest policemen.
E. A and C.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will
A. Make me cry excessively.
B. Cause me to pull a knife on you.
C. Never hurt me.
D. All of the above.
Cin Weekly is best known for
A. It’s hard hitting cover stories.
B. Excellent movie reviews.
C. Brilliant, creative writing.
D. Its ability to put readers to sleep.
She had nine buttons on her nightgown, but could
A. Sleep naked if she wanted to.
B. Dance barefoot in the shower while wearing it.
C. Only fasten eight.
The restaurant Redfish closed its doors in downtown Cincinnati because
A. It couldn’t compete with Skyline Chili.
B. They ran out of fish.
C. Business was poor.
D. They wanted to give downtown another empty building.
If you don’t stop it, you’ll go
If I sleep with you tonight, will you
A. Pay me the 20 bucks you owe me?
B. Get me on “Dancing with the Stars?”
C. Let me masturbate later?
D. Respect me in the morning?
E. All of the above.
After the sun goes down in Cincinnati, the city
A. Rolls up its sidewalks.
B. Becomes Detroit.
C. Experiences high crime rates.
D. I’m just going to ignore this question and pretend like everything is fine.
Jack of all trades, master of
B. My own domain.
D. Who’s Jack?
When the “no smoking” rule starts to be enforced in Cincinnati bars, people will
A. Not have a problem with it, because most know that smoking is bad for you.
B. Do their nasty habit outside.
C. Go to the bathroom to smoke.
D. Just say fuck it and head on over to Kentucky.