Friday, Dec 6th:
Q: Last year, 23% of the Christmas cards sent out included this ...
A: Pet signitures
Tuesday, Dec. 2nd:
Q: The state of Kentucky produces 95% of the worlds what?
Tuesday, Nov. 26th:
Q: 42% of Americans would rather do this than sit down with family at the Thanksgiving table.
A: watch football
Wednesday, Nov 20th:
Q: In America, on average, the ratio is 216 to one for each person each year.
What is it ?
A: Bottles/Cans of beer
Tuesday, Nov 19th:
Q: Nearly one in four Americans forget to do this when out in public, even though most of us never forget at home.
A: Leave the lights on
Monday, Nov 18th:
Q: Pet owners revealed that 14 percent would consider making this commitment
A: getting a tattoo of their pet
Friday, Nov 15th:
Q: 83 percent of Americans say they would "definitely not" do this at work. Only seven percent say they would.
A: Give their bosses their password to log into facebook
Wednesday, Nov 13th:
Q: According to a recent Gallup poll, about 70 percent of Americans think this should be changed every year, rather than at random. What is it?
ANSWER: The minimum wage. Today's minimum wage, adjusted for inflation, is worth 33 percent less than the minimum wage in 1968.
Tuesday, Nov 12th:
Q: 39% of women turn to THIS if they are being ignored by a boyfriend or husband
A: Their pet
Monday, Nov. 11th:
Q: This was declared our National emblem in 1782.
A: The American Eagle
Friday, Nov 8th:
Q: 1 in 3 women will decide to do this in "certain situations". What is it?
A: remove their wedding ring
Thursday, Nov. 7th:
Q: Americans are becomming more and more trusting of technology apparently. A new poll out found that 1 in 5 of us would be willing to try this.
A: Owning a car that drives itself with the help of a computer.
Wednesday, Nov. 6th:
Q: The 47th annual CMA Awards air live from Nashville tonight on ABC. Who is the reigning Entertainer of the Year? And who is the reigning CMA Vocalist of the Year?
A: Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert
Monday, Nov. 4th:
Q: Over the last few months, Americans spent $330 million on this
A: Halloween costumes for pets.
Wednesday, Oct 30th:
Q: Only 11% of Americans are paying "close attention" to this
A: The World Series
Tuesday, Oct 29th:
Q: According to a new survey, college students do this an average of 11 times per class.
A: check their smartphones
Monday, Oct 28th:
Q: Just 29 percent of Americans have this in their cell phones.
ANSWER: An emergency contact. How prepared are you if something serious happens to you when you're alone?
Wednesday, Oct 23rd:
Q: Scientists have discovered that this particular food made the top of the list of the foods that give you the worst breath
A: Horseradish - above garlic and onions !
Tuesday, Oct 22nd:
Q: The average women will wait 4 weeks before she'll do this in front of a new man
A: Go without makeup
Monday, Oct 21st:
Q: Not all that long ago, it was our only choice, but now only four percent of Americans use this. What is it?
ANSWER: A dial-up Internet connection.
Friday, Oct 18th:
Q: 51 percent of Republicans say they think these people are very honest. Only a third of Democrats agree. Who are they?
ANSWER: Medical doctors.
Thursday, Oct 17th:
Q: According to a new American Express survey, only about 13 percent of Americans do this on a regular basis. Three in 10 don't even remember the last time they did it. What is it?
ANSWER: Upgrade their phones.
Wednesday, Oct 16th:
Q: the average woman goes through 36 of these in a lifetime
Tuesday, Oct 15th:
Q: They're made up of 75% cottton and 25% linen and the average life span is 6 years ...
A: A dollar bill
Thursday, Oct 10th:
Q: 1/3 of grocery shoppers do this.
A: "graze-and-go" without paying
Wednesday, Oct 9th:
Q: According to a recent report from New York City's Budget Office, it costs about $460 per day ... just over $167,000 A YEAR ! )this is about the same price as 4 years of tuition at Harvard)
A: $460 a day to keep a prisoner in jail in NYC.
Tuesday, Oct 8th:
Q: On average, Americans are consuming about 23 pounds of this each year.
A: Cheese !
Monday, Oct 7th:
Q: Getting too much of this can cause heart disease, diabetes and anxiety
Friday, Oct 4th:
Q: Americans spent $2.6 billion on these websites just last year alone
A: online gambling
Thursday, Oct 3rd:
Q: The ratio is 77 to 1 women to men.
A: Women make 77 cents for every dollar a man makes
Wednesday, Oct 2nd:
Q: When it comes to dry cleaning, soaps and shampoos, deordorant, new cars, healthcare, interest on loans and credit cards and car repairs, what is the main complaint that women have?
A: That they pay MORE than men.
Tuesday, Oct 1st:
Q: 15% of American adults find these completely pointless, uninteresting, a waste of time and entirely unnecessary.
A: Computers and internet
Monday, Sept 30th:
Q: According to a new study from Oxford University, this could happen to nearly half of all jobs in America
A: They could be replaced by computers
Thursday, Sept. 26th:
Q: Believe it or not, more and more men are going with their wives and girlfriends to get this
A: Botox injections
Wednesday, Sept 25th:
Q: 94% of men are more scared of this than they are of becoming impotent.
A: going bald
Tuesday, Sept 24th:
Q: A shocking new survey has found that 1 in 4 parents DON'T do this. Rich and educated people were even more likely to skip this
A: Driving a car without buckling up their kids
Monday, Sept 23:
Q: What do Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, John Cusack, Hugh Grant, Sheryl Crow, Winona Ryder, Cameron Diaz and Ricky Gervais have in common?
A: They never tied the knot
Friday, Sept 20th:
Q: ONly 13% of parents do this at night every day of the week.
A: Read bed-time stories to their kids
THURSDAY, Sept 19th:
Q: Scientists have now learned that these are actually dirtier than your toilet seat …
A: Smartphones and tables – the screens contain massive amounts of bacteria that can lead to vomiting and diarrhea – especially after pressing that nasty germ-filled phone against your cheek and mouth
Wednesday, Sept 18th:
Q: A new study confirms what most of us already know ... THIS is the least sexy body part, with the kneecap not far behind.
A: Feet. The study measured responses from 800 people from Europe and Africa to find out which body parts are considered erogenous zones. They were asked to rank 41 body parts in order of sexual sensation. Lips, ears, inner thighs and shoulder blades were ranked high. The most interesting part of the research, however, is that erogenous zones are relatively consistent no matter the geography. That means someone in a remote village in Africa has the same trigger spots for arousal as someone in a bustling city like London. In a nutshell, researchers are suggesting that erogenous zones are hardwired into our minds and not based on cultural or life experiences.
Tuesday, Sept 17th:
Q: Men are twice as likely as women to do this …
A: Snoop through their partner’s phone
Three-fifths of guys surveyed admitted to having done it – compared to one-third of women.
The survey also found that men are cowards, as only 37 percent would confront a partner if they found evidence of cheating, while 59 percent of women said the same.
Wednesday, Sept 12th:
Q: A new study of 1.2 million people has found that men have a MUCH easier time doing this than women.
A: Lose weight. Guys can do it more quickly because they have a stronger ability to stay focused on losing weight -- and are less emotionally attached to food. Sure, guys also have more muscle mass and a faster metabolism, but the researchers found that the biggest reason for their success is their lack of food-related emotional issues.
Tuesday, Sept 10th:
Q: According to a recent study, only 18 percent of college students spend their time here
A: the library
Monday, Sept 9th:
Q: according to a new study, this might be a waste of time as it doesn’t actually help you lose weight.
A: Counting calories
Friday, September 6th:
Q: 11% of professionals said they were able to do this in an average workday.
A: complete all the items on their to-do list
Thursday, September 5th:
Q: THIS is the #1 thing guys surveyed say they WONT do now that the football season is underway
A: Eat healthy foods
Wednesday, September 4th:
Q: According to new Census data, more American men are doing this than ever before …
A: Moving back in with their moms
Tuesday, September 3rd:
Q: Working with mice, scientists have discovered a new molecule in the brain that, when blocked, might cure THIS
Researchers isolated a part of the brain called suprachiasmatic nuclei that regulates our body clocks. Block the protein SIK1 and your body clock resets to the new time zone. Researchers claim the protein is a “very drug-able target,” predicting that jet lag drugs will make it to market ASAP.
Friday, Aug 30th:
Q: 44% of American adults still do not have one of these
Thursday, Aug 29th:
Q: Between April 2012 and March 2013 almost $500 million of these were purchased in America by women.
Wednesday, Aug 28th:
Q: A new study on the health effects of how you life your life found that if you do this on a daily basis, you'll reduce your chances of dying young by as much as 22%
Tuesday, Aug 27th:
Q: We all need one but only about one-third of Americans have one. What is it?
A: A will.
Monday, Aug 26th:
Q: Out of 1,230 women, 40% of them said they see this every day but don't like what they see ...
A: The naked truth - themselves in the buff.
Wednesday, Aug 21st:
Q: According to a report released by the Union of Concerned Scientists, if people simply did this every day they would be much healthier and healthcare costs would be drastically reduced, by at least $17 billion.
A: Eating more vegetables
Tuesday, Aug 20th:
Q: About 1 in 6 Americans will call this person today. Who is it?
A: Themselves. On any given day, about 16 perfect of us call our misplaced cell phones to find them.
Friday, Aug 16th:
Q: Scientists have discovered that not everyone can smell certain things. In much the same way some people are colorblind and can only see certain colors of the spectrum, there are people out there who can only smell certain scents – and not smell others. This is one thing that about 18% of the general public just can’t smell …
Wednesday, August 14th:
Q: According to a new survey, the sputtering economy has been causing many people to decline this.
A: Wedding invitations. 43 percent of people surveyed admitted they had declined a wedding invite because of financial reasons. And, those who were most likely to decline an invite were between the ages of 35 and 54.
In case you were wondering … Bridesmaids and groomsmen can expect to spend an average of $577 to be part of a wedding.
Tuesday, August 13th:
Q: THIS CAUSES EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL CHEATING AS WELL AS BREAKUPS AND DIVORCE MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE
Monday, August 12th:
Q: More and more people are keeping these
A: Their cars and trucks
Friday, Aug 9th:
Q: When it comes to this regarding people age 65+, it's up from 13% in 2009 to 43% today.
A: Having a Facebook page
Wednesday, Aug 7th:
Q: More and more new cars are being sold without this.
A: CD players !
Tuesday, Aug 6th:
Q: A new study out interviewed 1,000 adults. 60% of women said men were actually good at this
A: Killing spiders
Monday, Aug 5th:
Q: This is actually $86.8 trillion, NOT $16.7 trillion
A: The US National Debt
Friday, August 2nd:
Q: The Smithsonian Institue conducted a study on mosquitoes and say this is the #1 thing that they're attracted to.
A: Beer. Because your skin gives off ethanol from your pores, which they love, plus your body temperature goes up when you're drinking, and maybe sweating. All factors that mosquotes are attracted to.
Wednesday, August 1st
Q..If your feet stink, this is more likely to happen to you.
A: You're more likely to get bit by a mosquito.
TUESDAY: July 30th
Q: 29 percent of young adults, ages 18-34, said they've regretted this.
A: Posting a photo, comment, status or other information to a social networking site
that could could affect their current or future employment. 74 percent of them said they had removed something because they were afraid it would get a "negative reaction" from a current or future employer