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Monday, November 16, 2015

Donna Speaks: Hard Questions

Who wins when a cottonmouth water moccasin swallows a catfish?

Why is the acorn the name of the oak tree nut when other nuts have the same name as the tree?

Was a man or a woman responsible for the invention of the bra?

Is it "cat-ee corner" or "kitty-corner"?

Do you plug it in or plug it up?

How do you spell that red sauce in which you dip your french fries?

In what do Germans dip their fries?

How did golf get its name?

What is the only animal that cannot jump?

What was the original color of coca-cola?

After what city is Winnie the Pooh named?

What is the only food that doesn't spoil?

What is the only planet that rotates clockwise?

After whom are Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie named?

What is the only animal that can breathe through its butt?

What is the strongest muscle in a human's body?


Post your answers in the blog's comment section. Read Friday's Blog to see how smart you are.

Miss Althea, have a great week.


  1. Very poor showing here :/ Now, I gotta go Google...

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    2. Hmm: People don't favor acorns. When they go hunting nuts, they identify trees first: walnut tree, hickorynut tree, beechnut tree. (Without it's nuts, would it be a walboard tree?)
    3. Man?
    4. Depends where you live.
    5. Ditto.
    6. Catsup--but Heinz doesn't.
    7. Vinegar?
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    9. Elephant.
    10. Clear.
    11. Winnipeg.
    12. Honey.
    13. Venus and Uranus
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  2. Dear Coppernikle,
    Thanks for your participation.
    Many of your answers are correct. Keep trying.
    All correct answers will be in Friday's post

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