Are you smart enough to tell the difference between a quote from the Vice President and a Sesame Street muppet? ! Only the smartest and sharpest minds are able to discern the difference between a Kamala Harris quote or an Elmo quote.
Test your knowledge below!
Quote: “[…] likes to learn, learn everything. The things that are big and the things that are small!
Answer: Elmo. Start with a challenge.
Quote: “It’s time for us to do what we’ve been doing and that moment is every day. Every day it’s time for us to agree.
Answer: Kamala. Amazingly, that wasn’t said by a muppet.
Quote: “ thinks it’s important to be nice because if you’re nice to someone, then they’ll be nice to someone, and it goes on and on.
Answer: Elmo. You got it!
Quote: “Me, I love myself the most in the whole world. Me sad if my blanky goes away. But if you lose your blanket, I’m giving up my blanket for you, because that’s how much I love you. love.
To respond: We’re actually not too sure about this one.
Quote: “As we all know, elections are important. And when people vote, they order what they want and in this case, they got what they asked for.”
Answer: Kamala. Ok, that one was a gimmick.
Quote: “We have to work together to see where we are, where we are going and where we are going.”
Answer: Both. Incredibly, Kamala Harris and Elmo said that exact quote!
Quote: “So Ukraine is a country in Europe. It exists alongside another country called Russia. Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia has decided to invade a small country called Ukraine. So basically it’s bad.
Answer: Kamala. The adults are taking over!
Quote: “When you feel like your nose needs to give an ahh-choo, that’s how you act, that’s what you do. Lift your arm up high, bend it towards your face, and sneeze right there, at the folded place.
Answer: Elmo. Maybe that one was too hard. The next one will be easier.
Quote: “We talk about the importance of the passage of time. Law? The importance of the passage of time. So when you think about it, the passage of time matters a lot.
Answer: Kamala. Very vice-presidential.
Quote: “[…] like to laugh. Ahahahahah HAHAHAH hahahahah. Oooooohhhhh hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Hehehehehehahahahahahahahahaha!”
Answer: Both again. Trick question!
Quote: “Let’s go for a drive. Hear the engine go vroom, vroom, vroom As we travel near and far Vroom, vr-vroom, vr-vroom. Let’s drive a car. Let’s go for a drive. Listen for the horn to beep, beep, beep. As we travel near and far. Let’s drive a car. Let’s go for a drive. Windshield wipers go swish, swish, swish. As we travel near and far. Let’s drive a car. Let’s go for a drive. Hear the people sing la, la la.
Answer: Elmo. Phew. This one was tough.
Quote: “We have the ability to see what can be, without being overwhelmed by what has been. And then for the possible to actually happen.
Answer: Kamala. Are we sure Elmo didn’t say that?
Quote: “Just based on what we could see. And just because we saw it or not doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. But just limit it to what we saw.
Answer: Kamala. Honestly, it could have gone either way.
Did you get them all? If so, we’re impressed, assuming you didn’t cheat by checking out your little one’s Tickle-Me-Elmo doll.
This woman is an angry feminist – but she quickly changes her tune as World War III begins and she faces the possibility of being drafted.