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Brain Game: Three-Cons

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: Four Score and Five Questions

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5 Questions: Sweeeet

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The Missing Links: The Worst Candy Ever

Colin Patrick

There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.

There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.

5 Questions: Fight Club

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Name That Flower

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The vernal equinox has come and gone, and Spring seems to be in full bloom. But if you think recognizing a rose gives you flower power, think again! See if you can match these common, though sometimes tricky, flowers to their names.

5 Questions: -istle While You Work

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Name the Top 10 Newspapers (by Daily Circulation)

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We all know the news about newspapers is not very good these days. Editor & Publisher recently published a list of the top American papers by daily circulation, and only one saw an increase from last year (its numbers were up 0.61%). Can you name the top ten papers in the U.S. (by daily circulation)? We've put three minutes on the clock.

Mint Condition: A Baseball Card Quiz

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Dave Jamieson is an award-winning journalist and an old friend of mental_floss. To promote his new book Mint Condition: How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession, he put together a quiz for us on baseball card history.

Some cultures (especially those in sub-Saharan Africa) give their children names with meanings such as “ugly,” “disagreeable,” or “crippled,” to make them undesirable to demons.

Some cultures (especially those in sub-Saharan Africa) give their children names with meanings such as “ugly,” “disagreeable,” or “crippled,” to make them undesirable to demons.

Hogwarts: The Quiz

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In J.K. Rowling's bestselling Harry Potter series, Harry and his friends attend the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In this quiz, we'll test your knowledge of the preeminent fictional school for magical folk.

Note: These questions are based on information found in the books, which could differ from the way the school is depicted in the movies.

Guess the Rating: PG or X

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Usually X-rated movies have incredibly corny and obvious titles. But every so often there's a more misleading name thrown in. We'll give you the name of a movie, you tell us if it's a family-friendly PG film or a naughty X-rated one.

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