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5 Questions: Get the Net

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5 Questions: My Hero!

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Janis Joplin left $2,500 in her will for her friends to "have a ball after I’m gone."

Janis Joplin left $2,500 in her will for her friends to "have a ball after I’m gone."

5 Questions: Baby, It's Cold Outside

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Some species of birds, like the robin, can only lay one egg a day. To ensure that all the eggs in the clutch hatch around the same time, the female will let the earlier eggs "cool" in the nest between layings so as to let the "fresher" eggs catch up.

Some species of birds, like the robin, can only lay one egg a day. To ensure that all the eggs in the clutch hatch around the same time, the female will let the earlier eggs "cool" in the nest between layings so as to let the "fresher" eggs catch up.

5 Questions: The Weather Outside is Frightful

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During WWII, Tootsie Rolls were added to soldiers' rations thanks to their durability in all weather conditions.

During WWII, Tootsie Rolls were added to soldiers' rations thanks to their durability in all weather conditions.

In 1962, Bobby Kennedy's pets included dogs, horses, geese, a burro, a sea lion, Hungarian pigeons, rabbits, and turtles.

In 1962, Bobby Kennedy's pets included dogs, horses, geese, a burro, a sea lion, Hungarian pigeons, rabbits, and turtles.

Name the 25 Most Common Three-Letter Words

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The folks at wordfrequency.info have put together a list of the most common words in the English language. For this quiz, we simply extracted the top 25 three-letter words, and we'll give you five minutes to name all of them you can. Good luck!

5 Questions: I'm Big Boned!

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During the 38-week stretch from June 9<sup>th</sup>, 1990, to March 1<sup>st</sup>, 1991, either M.C. Hammer or Vanilla Ice had Billboard’s #1 album every week but one. The only album to sneak into the top spot during that period was <em>Step by Step</e

During the 38-week stretch from June 9th, 1990, to March 1st, 1991, either M.C. Hammer or Vanilla Ice had Billboard’s #1 album every week but one. The only album to sneak into the top spot during that period was Step by Step by New Kids on the Block.

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