In case you missed it...here are the prevous Impossible Trivia questions and answers:
Q: 25% of married people say they’d do this if they won the lottery…
A: Divorce their spouse
Q: Groupon says 70% of women and 48% of men plan to do this in the spring…
A: Go on a diet (to get ready for summer)
Q: Elite Singles asked people to name the most romantic proposal spot. One of the top ten answers is in upstate New York…where is it?
A: Niagra Falls
Q: According to a survey by Viber, 20% of people have trouble keeping up with this (when it comes to their cell phone)...
A: Keeping up with their text messages
Q: Dance Direct asked people to name the most iconic dancing movie. What was the #1 answer?
A: Dirty Dancing
Q: On this date in 1983...John, Richie and Alec formed a band and named it after one of its members. What band was it?
A: Bon Jovi
Q: According to the National Retail Foundation, the #1 thing people do with their tax return is “save it”, #2 is “pay down debt”. What's #3?
A: Take a vacation
Q: According to a survey by Today.com, 46% women say this stresses them out TWICE as much as their kids…
A: Their husband
Q: A new survey found that 20% of people have done this at work…
A: Stream TV and movies to their phone
Q: In a recent poll asked people "What do you wish you could write off on your taxes return?" The top 3 answers were “pets”, “kids” and “groceries”. What was #4?
Q: 22% of people said they’ve lost their cell phone and found it “here”
A: In the laundry basket
Q: Today marks the 25th anniversary of what band's final show?
A: Nirvana (Munich, Germany in 1994)
Q: The average woman has $500 worth of this...
A: Clothing she's never worn
Q: According to a recent survey, 28% percent of people do this while cooking...
A: Drink alcohol
Q: It's estimated that 1 in 5 employees do this at least once per week...
A: Show up late to work
Q: What band too Tom Delonge, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker belong to?
A: Blink 182
Q: “Nirvana”, “The FooFighters” and “Queens of the Stone Age” all have what band member in-common?
A: Dave Grohl
Q: Mike Dirnt, Tre Cool and Billie Joe Armstrong are all members of what band…
A: Green Day
Q: "The Black Album", "Load", "Re-Load" and "S&M" are albums from what band?
Q: A survey says about 8 million people do this on Valentine’s Day…
A: Send themselves a gift
Q: The average one of these lasts 22 minutes…
A: An argument
Q: The average American will spend 17.8 hours per year doing this
A: Figuring out their taxes
Q: 60% of people admit to doing this when their partner isn’t looking
A: Adjust the thermostat
Q: 5% of people admit to calling in "sick" last year to do this instead...
A: Binge watch their favorite shows on TV
Q: They estimate “this” will happen about 290 times a week at your house…
A: Someone will open the refrigerator
Q: Americans were expected to spend $6 billion this over this past weekend
A: Betting on the Super Bowl
Q: A new study found that “this” is 4 times dirtier than a public toilet seat…
A: Your car’s steering wheel
Q: The average American will eat 12 pounds of “this” per year…
Q: 25 billion of these are grown in the US every year...
Q: Who starred in “Doc Hollywood”, “Bright Lights, Big City” and “Back to the Future”?
A: Michael J. Fox
Q: 1.3 billion of these will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday…
A: Chicken Wings
Q: Who starred in the movies “Moonstruck”, “Silkwood” and “Mermaids”?
Q: Most brands of this cosmetic actually fish scales…
A: Lipstick (the “pearlescence” in the fish scales makes it shimmer)
Q: American rock star Michael Lee Aday is better known as ______.
Q: An estimated 40 million pounds of these will be eaten on Super Bowl Sunday…
A: Avacados (that's enough to cover a football field in 5 feet of guacamole)
Q: What candy had to run ads staying it wouldn’t make your stomach explode?
A: Pop Rocks
Q: 25% of say we don’t do this chore because we’re afraid of what we’ll find…
A: Clean out the refrigerator
Q: 71% of couples admit to fighting about this at least once a month…what is it…?
A: What to watch on TV
Q: During the winter months, nearly 1 in 5 people will experience this inconvenience…
A: Getting a flat tire
Q: This is the #1 regret homebuyers have about their first house…
A: It's too small
Q: What fruit has about 200 seeds?
Q: 20% of men admit to being jealous of their best friend’s “what”?
Q: In the Michael Jackson song “Billie Jean” who is he singing about?
A: A Stalker
Q: What actress starred in “The Proposal”, “The Bind Side” and “Miss Congeniality”?
A: Sandra Bullock
Q: Who is the only singer to have a Top 40 hit with their rendition of the national anthem?
A: Whitney Houston (Super Bowl XXV in 1991)
Q: 13% of people have never done this...
A: Flown on an airplane
Q: Michael Jackson's video for "Black or White" featured what famous child actor?
A: Macaulay Culkin (from "Home Alone")
Q: Singer Paula Abdul was once a pro cheerleader for what NBA team?
A: LA Lakers
Q: 7% of women get turned off when a guy does this on a date...
A: Honk the horn instead of going up to the door
Q: 7% of holiday office parties result in "this" happening...
A: Someone getting fired or suspended
Q: An estimated 1.76 billion of these are sold each year...
A: Candy Canes
Q: People are expected to spend around $62 on "this" this Christmas...
A: Gifts for their pets (Millenials will spend around $81)
Q: This is the best-selling Christmas song and the best-selling single of ALL TIME...
A: Bing Crosby - White Christmas (over 50 million copies sold)
Q: The chances of "this" happening go up 40% on Christmas Eve...
A: Having a heart attack
Q: In National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, what store does Clark crash-land his sled in front of?
Q: According to a new study, it takes a couple 172 days to decide this…
A: Decide they want to get married
Q: In "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", what was the name of The Grinch's dog?
Q: 3 in 10 office workers admit to doing "this" to their co-workers...
A: Going through their garbage (to see what they're throwing out)
Q: Who composed the original music to "The Nutcracker"?
Q: A new study found "this" is 7 times dirtier than your toilet...
A: Your cell phone (YUCK!)
Q: “The Nutcracker” ballet premiered in 1892 in what country?
A: Russia (St. Petersburg)
Q: OnePoll found that couples argue 7 times per month of this...
A: Furniture & home decor
Q: What cassette-playing bear was on every kid's Christmas list in the mid-80s?
A: Teddy Ruxpin
Q: Who are Skipper, Tutti, Stacie, Kelly and Krissy?
A: Barbie's sisters
Q: 21% of people say there's one of these in their neighborhood
A: A "must-see" christmas house
Q: A new study says you'll spend 15 minutes per day doing this...
A: Sitting on the toilet (probably checking Facebook, haha!)
Q: Black Friday is the busiest day for people in "this" profession...
Q: What food was present at the first Thanksgiving, but rarely eaten at Thanksgiving now?
Q: 20% of us have done this at the fast-food drive through…
A: Ordered food for their pet
Q: The average American does “this” 52 times a day…
A: Check their phone
Q: 1 in 6 drivers on the road right now has one of these in their vehicle...
A: A warning light on
Q: What actress starred in "Bridget Jones's Diary", "Cold Mountain" and "Chicago"?
A: Renee Zellweger
Q: What actor starred in "Grumpy Old Men", "The Odd Couple" and "The Sunshine Boys"?
A: Jack Lemmon
Q: In the "Peanuts" comic strip, what did Charlie Brown's dad do for a living?
A: He's a barber
Q: People spend an average of 9 hours a week doing "this"...
Q: Before he started "Wendys", Dave Thomas worked at what fast-food restaurant?
A: Kentucky Fried Chicken
Q: Listening to music will make "this" last about 19 minutes longer...
A: Your workout
Q: Of all the dog breeds, this is the most expensive own...
A: Great Dane
Q: "This" can go from 0 to 40 mph in 1.5 seconds...
A: A greyhound (the dog, not the bus)
Q: Who wrote the novel, "Dracula"?
A: Bram Stoker (1897)
Q: What famous magician died on Halloween?
A: Harry Houdini (1926)
Q: Jack-o-Lanterns were originally carved out of what vegetable?
Q: In what country did Halloween originate?
A: Ireland (dating back over 2000 years to the Celtic "Samhain" festival)
Q: Who played "Dr. Frank N. Furter" on The Rocky Horror Picture Show?
A: Tim Curry
Q: What was the first individually-wrapped penny candy in the US?
A: Tootsie Rolls (introduced in New York City in 1896)
Q: What popular fall festival activity did the Romans bring to Britain when they invaded?
A: Bobbing for apples (also called "apple ducking" and "dooking")
Q: In 2003, the first one of "these" used in space was sold at auction for $10,000...
A: Toothbrush (Eugene Cernan, 1969)
Q: In what city do the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers meet?
A: Pittsburgh, PA
Q: Ray Kroc opened the first franchise of what restaurant in California in 1955?
Q: Parents admit to doing "this" an average of 4 times per week...
A: Hiding from their kids
Q: If you're hungry, doing "this" will supress your appetite...
A: Sing (it releases "leptin", an appetite-supressing protein)
Q: At any given moment, there are 660,000 Americans doing "this"...
A: Fiddling with an electronic device while driving
Q: Every day, nearly 40% of Americans will do "this"...
A: Eat fast food
Q: What country was the board game "Chinese Checkers" invented in?
Q: In last night's episode of "9-1-1", what animal did firefighter Henrietta "Hen" Wilson follow to escape the collapsed parking garage?
A: A dog
Q: Sported by RAMBO and CHEWBACCA…what type of ammunition belt is strapped across the chest?
Q: The value of a house drops an average of $3500 if any room is painted “this” color…
A: Bright Pink
“These” get soft at 105 degrees and melt at 128 degrees…
A: Crayola Crayons
Q: In the board game "Battleship", how many "hits" does it take to sink all your opponent's ships?
Q: Parents spend roughly 37 hours a week doing this...
A: Worrying about their kids
Q: What was the first state to have cable TV?
Q: If you're sleep-deprived, you're 15 times more like to have "this" happen...
A: Be involved in a car accident
“Brothers in Arms” by Dire Straits was the first album to sell a million copies in what format?
Q: The average American consumes over 40 pounds of “this” every year...
A: High fructose corn syrup
Q: What 7-minute song did the Beatles write for John Lennon's first son?
A: "Hey Jude"
Q: What 90s spinoff sitcom holds the record number of Emmys for a comedy series?
A: Frasier (a spinoff of Cheers)
Q: What are the names of the 3 falls that make up Niagra Falls?
A: Horseshoe, American and Bridal Veil
Q: What injury is often the result of too much video game playing?
A: Carpal tunnel syndrome
Q: What "on/off" device was invented by the same company that brought us the "Chia Pet"?
A: "The Clapper"
Q: The "hook and ladder", "Satue of Liberty" and "fumblerooski" are terms used in what sport?
Q: About 86,000 people go to the emergency room every year after doing “this”…what is it?
A: Tripping over your pet
Q: During halftime of what sport do spectators run onto the field for the "divot stomp"?
Q: What beverage is illegal in France because it's "too unhealthy"?
A: Red Bull (and other energy drinks)
Q: The entrance to the Universal Studio's theme park "Islands of Adventure" has a replica of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Which one is it?
A: The Pharos (lighthouse) of ancient Alexandria
Q: Defined as a "web-based audio broadcast", what Internet term was inspired by Apple's mp3 player?
A: the "Podcast" (named after the Apple iPod)
Q: Men can have up to a 25% boost in testosterone when this happens...
A: Their sports team wins
Q: Who was the US President who was also a licensed bartender?
A: Abraham Lincoln
Q: We, as Americans, spend about $111 billion every year on this...what is it?
Q: Over 50% of us fantasize about this twice a month...
A: Qutting their job
Q: 25% of us carry this with them at all times...what is it?
A: Chewing gum
Q:Women take 20 seconds longer to do this than men...
A: Parallel park
Q: A new survey found the peak time for "this" is the weekend between 4pm and 6pm...
A: To get a speeding ticket
Q: People do this are 8 times more likely to be late for an appointment...what is it?
A: Setting their watch (or clock) 5 or more minutes ahead
Q: We experience over 1,400 of these a year...what are they?