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19 Really Bad Family Feud Answers

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It's easy to laugh at the bad answers on Family Feud, but remember, these poor people are under a lot of pressure! Nonetheless, here are some of the worst Family Feud responses that I've collected over the years.

1. Name something you'd do tonight if the world was coming to an end tomorrow.

"Get the kids and pack."

2. During what month of pregnancy does a woman begin to look pregnant?

"September."

3. Name a reason for kneeling.

"To be beheaded."

4. Name a famous or fictional Willy.

"Willy the Pooh."

5. Name something you open other than a door.

"Bowels."

6. Name something you squeeze.

"Peanut butter."

7. Name a famous Dick.

"Carrot."

8. Name a boy mentioned in nursery rhymes.

"Little Red Riding-Hood."

9. Name something you hit when it's not working.

"Your spouse."

10. Name something associated with Liverpool.

"The yellow brick road."

11. Name a body part beginning with the letter N.

"Name."

12. Name a famous bridge.

"Bridge Over Troubled Water."

13. Name a domesticated animal.

"Leopard."

14. Name a famous brother and sister.

"Bonnie and Clyde."

15. Name something you do in the bathroom.

"Decorate."

16. Name something that comes in 7s.

"Fingers."

17. Name a city named after a president.

"Carson City."

18. Name something slippery.

"A con man."

19. Name something orange.

"A banana."

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These $425 Jeans Can Turn Into Jorts
May 19, 2017
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Modular clothing used to consist of something simple, like a reversible jacket. Today, it’s a $425 pair of detachable jeans.

Apparel retailer Opening Ceremony recently debuted a pair of “2 in 1 Y/Project” trousers that look fairly peculiar. The legs are held to the crotch by a pair of loops, creating a disjointed C-3PO effect. Undo the loops and you can now remove the legs entirely, leaving a pair of jean shorts in their wake. The result goes from this:

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To this:

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The company also offers a slightly different cut with button tabs in black for $460. If these aren’t audacious enough for you, the Y/Project line includes jumpsuits with removable legs and garter-equipped jeans.

[h/t Mashable]

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This First-Grade Math Problem Is Stumping the Internet
May 17, 2017
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If you’ve ever fantasized about how much easier life would be if you could go back to elementary school, this math problem may give you second thoughts. The question first appeared on a web forum, Mashable reports, and after recently resurfacing, it’s been perplexing adults across social media.

According to the original poster AlmondShell, the bonus question was given to primary one, or first grade students, in Singapore. It instructs readers to “study the number pattern” and “fill in the missing numbers.” The puzzle, which comprises five numbers and four empty circles waiting to be filled in, comes with no further explanation.

Some forum members commented with their best guesses, while others expressed disbelief that this was a question on a kid’s exam. Commenter karrotguy illustrates one possible answer: Instead of looking for complex math equations, they saw that the figure in the middle circle (three) equals the amount of double-digit numbers in the surrounding quadrants (18, 10, 12). They filled out the puzzle accordingly.

A similar problem can be found on the blog of math enthusiast G.R. Burgin. His solution, which uses simple algebra, gets a little more complicated.

The math tests given to 6- and 7-year-olds in other parts of the world aren’t much easier. If your brain isn’t too worn out after the last one, check out this maddening problem involving trains assigned to students in the UK.

[h/t Mashable]

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