In case you missed it...here are the prevous questions and answers:
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?