In case you missed it...here are the prevous Impossible Trivia questions and answers:
Q: 30% of singles refuse to date someone who has one of these…what is it?
A: A Cat
Q: Researchers say having one of these on your desk at work has been shown to lower stress and anxiety…
A: A plant
Q: 83% of us do “this” at least once a month…
A: Go out to eat
Q: 40% of people admit to doing this when they go to someone else’s house…
A: Snoop through their bathroom cabinets & drawers
Q: In parts of Mexico, it’s illegal to drive while doing “this”…
Q: The USDA says the average American ate 250 of these last year…what is it?
Q: Families will send each other more than 10,000 text messages each year, and this is the #1 subject…
A: What to eat
Q: According to a new survey, the average person spends 580 minutes per month doing this…
A: Commuting to- and from work
Q: The average American will look at 10 of these before actually buying one…
A: Houses (according to realtor.com)
Q: The average American will use 20 gallons of this in a lifetime...
Q: Women were asked “If you had more time in your day what would you do more of…40% said “this”…
Q: What famous rock band formed on this date in 1981?
A: Motley Crue
Q: This is most likely to happen in the kitchen than any other room in the house…
Q: Nearly 230 million pounds of paper is used in the US each year for this purpose…
A: Paper receipts printed by retailers
Q: 22% of men say this is their favorite thing to eat while watching sports…
Q: 60% of today’s vehicles have this...
A: A bumper sticker
Q: 73% of men say “this” makes them more attractive...
A: Facial hair (although only 63% of women agree)
Q: According to a recent survey: What is the #1 thing people judge about your home?
A: The smell
Q: When people were asked "What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve had happen on an airplane?", what was #1 answer?
A: Falling asleep on the stranger next to them
Q: 10% of people say this subject bores them the most when talking to friends...
A: Their kids
Q: More of us shop for these on Sunday than on any other day of the week…
Q: The average family only uses about 8% of their available number of these...
A: TV channels (on average, we get 190 channels, but only watch 17 of them)
Q: 1 in 7 people who have a tattoo, have a tattoo of “this” somewhere on their body
A: Their pet (or their pet’s name)
Q: Americans will spend more than $7 billion dollars on this over the holiday season…
A: Wrapping paper
Q: What was the first Christmas carol sung by astronauts in space in 1965?
A: “Jingle Bells”
Q: This Christmas decoration was once banned because it contained too much lead and could cause lead poisoning…
A: Tinsel (which was originally made of real silver, which contained lead)
Q: English women used to eat this holiday treat to improve their chances of finding a husband…
A: Gingerbread men (aka “Gingerbread Husbands”)
Q: What were Frosty the Snowman’s last words?
A: “I’ll be back again someday.”
Q: Which country is credited with the creation of “Egg Nog”?
A: England (Britain)
Q: The first recorded instance of this holiday treat is traced back to the year 1837…what is it?
A: Candy canes
Q: How many gifts would you receive if you received all the items in the song “12 Days of Christmas”?
Q: Which reindeer is Rudolph’s father?
Q: What department store created Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?
A: Montgomery Ward
Q: 82% of American households have one of these during the holidays...
A: An artificial Christmas tree
Q: How many reindeer drive Santa’s sleigh (ALL of them)...
A: 9 (Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen & Rudolph)
Q: Which country started the tradition of using a “Christmas Tree”?
Q: What was the real name of the character Tim Allen plays in “The Santa Clause”
A: Scott Calvin
Q: This company was the first to use Santa Claus in an advertising campaign…
A: Coca Cola (beginning in the 1920s)
Q: What is Ralphie’s little brother’s name in the movie "A Christmas Story"?
Q: How many ghosts show up in Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”
A: 4 (Jacob Marley & The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet-to-Come)
Q: In the movie “Home Alone”, where was Kevin McCallister’s family going when they left him behind?
Q: “Green Bean Casserole” is a holiday staple…what year was it created?
Q: Who was the first president to give a turkey a “Presidential Pardon”?
A: Ronald Reagan
Q: How long did the first Thanksgiving celebration last?
A: 3 days
Q: We, as Americans, buy 1.1 million boxes of this every day…
A: Macaroni & cheese
Q: 18% of us who have done this during the holiday season have regretted doing it…
A: Hosting Thanksgiving dinner
Q: A new survey (by JLL) says 53% of holiday shoppers plan to do this during the holiday shopping season…
A: Buy a gift for themselves
Q: According to a new survey, this is our biggest pet peeve while driving…
A: Someone texting or talking while driving (56%)
Q: You spend tens of thousands of dollars on this, but only use it about 9 hours a week...
A: Your vehicle
Q: About 35% of us will go through life without these…
A: Wisdom teeth
Q: Average worker says this 3 times a week…
A: “I need a vacation”
Q: The average woman will buy 220 of these over her lifetime…
Q: According to a recent survey, this is the most common items left behind in hotel rooms…
A: Phone chargers
Q: When “trick or treating” first began, you had to do “this” before someone would give you a treat…
A: Dance or sing
Q: 35 million pounds of this candy is produced every year…
A: Candy corn
Q: Scientists say studying this animal may help them figure out how to slow down aging in humans…what is it?
Q: 10% of people who have quit their jobs becuase of their boss have described their boss as this Halloween movie character...
Q: 93% of us say it’s not a real “hearty breakfast” without this…
Q: 48% of us have had “this” happen while cooking…
A: Set off the fire alarm/smoke detector
Q: Almost half of people admit their feelings get hurt when no one compliments them on their new (blank)…
A: Glasses (eyewear)
Q: This is the #1 online purchase after drinking too much…
A: Concert tickets
Q: When the first one of these came out in 1984, it cost over $4000…now they cost a quarter of that (or less)...
A: A cell phone
Q: The average person spends 2 hours and 45 minutes a week doing this…
A: Complaining about their job
Q: According to health experts, if you want to sleep better, do this 2 hours before bedtime...
A: Take a warm bath/shower
Q: 27% of us have not done this in the past year…
A: Read a book
Q: According to a new survey, the top 3 things that couples argue about are…#1 Money…#2…Household Chores…what’s #3…?
Q: 23% of Americans use at least one vacation day a year to do this…
Q: 20% of people say they learned to text thanks to this TV show…
A: American Idol
Q: Playing this game actually improves your brain function...
Q: According to a new study by the Unviersity of Michigan, this happens more in the the months of March and August than any other time of the year…
A: People getting divorced
Q: 72% of drivers will have this happen to them today…
A: Someone will tailgate them
Q: The average person said they were 16 the first time they experienced this…?
A: Their first cup of coffee
Q: According to a new survey…this is the easiest thing to eat while driving…
A: Candy bars (followed by French fries, potato chips and chicken nuggets)
Q: The average one of these will last between 28 and 30 years…
A: A coin
Q: The average woman owns 6 of these…the average guy owns 1…what is it?
Q:According to AAA, nearly 1 in 4 prospective car buyers have done this on a test drive…
A: Brought their pet along
Q: On average, women clean them once a month, men clean them once a year...
A: The windows in your house
Q: People are 55% more likely to do this on the weekends (compared to weekdays)…
A: Go out to eat
Q: 1 in 4 kids say this is the worst thing about riding in the car with a parent…
A: The parent yelling at other drivers
Q: Over 70% of those who own one of these, have a name for it…
A: A guitar (btw...mine's called the "Purple Unicorn"...thanks to my bandmates -TJ)
Q: People over 40 are more like to have one of these in their home (versus people under the age 40)...
A: A phone book
Q: 85% of us love the smell of this, the rest of think it stinks…
A: The ocean
Q: 25% of us have been annoyed with a neighbor who does this…
A: Plays an Instrument
Q: 20 years ago, every adult knew how to do this. Now, only about 75% of us know how...
A: Write a check
Q: Of the homes that have one of these, 80% of them have safety issues
A: A deck
Q: When asked what they argue about most in the car, 8% of people said "this"...
A: The temperature
Q: According to a new survey of college students, this is the #1 back to school “must have” for the dorm room...
A: Energy Drinks
Q: 39% of women say they’ve actually cried when their husband surprised them by doing this…
A: Cleaning something
Q: 51% of men and 40% of women admit they’ve almost gotten into a car accident because they were distracted by “this”…
A: A billboard
Q: It takes an average of 3 minutes and 45 seconds to do this
A: Wait at the drive-thru
Q: You eat this every day, but eating .001% of your body weight of it will kill you…
Q: According to a survey by Rent.com, millennials are the least likely group of people to trust their neighbor with “this”…
A: Their pet
Q: Statistically speaking, odds are, the sports team wearing “this" color will win...
Q: 20% of people say they would give up "this" if it meant they never had to do housework again
Q: On this date in 1992, The men’s US "Dream Team" basketball team clinched the gold medal at the Barcelona Summer Olympics…name 5 of the players on the team…
A: Christian Laettner, David Robinson, Patrick Ewing, Larry Bird, Scottie Pippen, Michael Jordan, Clyde Drexler, Karl Malone, John Stockton, Chris Mullin, Charles Barkley and Magic Johnson
Q: The average American eats 11 of these each year…
Q: Weird laws…in Brooklyn, NY, it’s illegal to let your dog sleep in this place…
A: The bathtub
Q: This animal can fall well over 100 feet without injuring itself…
A: A squirrel
Q: 80% of Americans will have this happen to them in their lifetime
A: Get fired from a job
Q: The tallest sand dunes (some up to 750 feet tall) are located in what state…?
Q: Starting in 1885, this was originally marketed to cure hangovers and headaches…
A: Coca Cola
Q: On average, we’ll do this 11 times in our lifetime…
A: Change residence (move)
Q: There are 6 pounds of these in the average American home…
Q: Their last names are Roberts and Carson...who are they?
A: Barbie & Ken
Q: 5% of people have come home early and caught their partner doing this…
A: Cheating on them
Q: A survey shows 1/3 of people do this while driving…
A: Pick their nose
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