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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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