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The Ultimate Song Mashup Quiz

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I've been in a mashup mode lately. If you missed last week's Face-off quiz, where we mashed up actors faces from movies, be sure to check that out.

Today's quiz is very similar, but instead of two faces, you've got to pick out two songs, one on top of the other. See how well your ears can multitask.

5 Questions: None of your Beeswax

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5 Questions: Jason's Ladies

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5 Questions: Will & Grace

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Brain Game: Math Square #165

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5 Questions: You Dirty "Rat"

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5 Questions: Cravat Emptor

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5 Questions: Out on a "Lynn"

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Like the character he wrote about in <em>Misery</em>, both of Stephen King's legs were broken in a 1999 accident.

Like the character he wrote about in Misery, both of Stephen King's legs were broken in a 1999 accident.

5 Questions: Devil Inside

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Two of America's greatest national symbols were made overseas: The Liberty Bell was cast in England and the Statue of Liberty was crafted in France.

Two of America's greatest national symbols were made overseas: The Liberty Bell was cast in England and the Statue of Liberty was crafted in France.

The Mental Floss History of the World: Pop Quiz #1

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It’s the greatest deal in the history of history books! Our first hardback, The Mental Floss History of the World: An Irreverent Romp Through History’s Best Bits, hits stores later this month, and we’ve teamed up with the fine folks at Amazon.com to give you a special deal.

Bill Cosby won three consecutive Emmy awards in 1966, 1967 and 1968 as Best Drama Actor for his role in <em>I, Spy</em>.

Bill Cosby won three consecutive Emmy awards in 1966, 1967 and 1968 as Best Drama Actor for his role in I, Spy.

5 Questions: Terriers

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Human arms have 32 bones each, while human legs only have 30.

Human arms have 32 bones each, while human legs only have 30.

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