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5 Questions: MST3K

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A giraffe has the same number of neck vertebrae as a human (7).

A giraffe has the same number of neck vertebrae as a human (7).

5 Questions: Odd Todd II

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It is bad luck to whistle in a theatre. The superstition dates back to the time when off-duty sailors would run the fly system in theatres, and the sailors would whistle the cues to each other. Therefore, if you were to walk through a theatre carelessly w

It is bad luck to whistle in a theatre. The superstition dates back to the time when off-duty sailors would run the fly system in theatres, and the sailors would whistle the cues to each other. Therefore, if you were to walk through a theatre carelessly whistling a tune, you might cause a scenic piece to fall on your head.

5 Questions: Give Reese a Chance

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A micronation is an invented country not recognized by any other. One of the most interesting is the Principality of Sealand, located on an ocean platform off the coast of England. They've got their own currency, stamps, and passports. They have argued th

A micronation is an invented country not recognized by any other. One of the most interesting is the Principality of Sealand, located on an ocean platform off the coast of England. They've got their own currency, stamps, and passports. They have argued their right for sovereignty (and lost) several times in court.

5 Questions: The Cruelest Month

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The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.

The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.

Umbrellas

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March is National Umbrella Month. Keep the rain off by testing yourself with this ten-question quiz.

5 Questions: Sheena Sheena Bo-Beena

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The flashes of colored light you see when you rub your eyes are called "phosphenes."

The flashes of colored light you see when you rub your eyes are called "phosphenes."

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