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Double D Answers

Based on the clues, guess these random things that contain the letters DD.
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Last updated: September 20, 2018
First submittedOctober 29, 2013
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Hint
Answer
Owner of a magic lamp
Aladdin
First name of Iraq's Hussein
Saddam
Harry Potter's sport
Quidditch
England's most popular cheese
Cheddar
Elm Street villain (first name)
Freddy
Last name of Gomez, Morticia,
Wednesday, etc...
Addams
Marmalade-loving bear who
lives in London
Paddington
Movie about a killer asteroid
Armageddon
Another name for a violin
Fiddle
Athena or Minerva, e.g.
Goddess
Hint
Answer
Golf comedy starring Chevy Chase
Caddyshack
Religion practiced by Richard Gere
Buddhism
David Bowie song: "Space _______"
Oddity
City on the Red Sea - future home
of the world's tallest building
Jeddah
#1 discussion forum on the internet
Reddit
Language of Eastern European Jews
Yiddish
Word following tapioca, black, or Yorkshire
Pudding
First name of Vedder or Van Halen
Eddie
What verboten means
Forbidden
Duck's method of walking
Waddle
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level 77
Jan 2, 2014
Maybe some more spellings for imaginary fantasy sports? Though I did finally manage to get it right...
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level 73
Jan 3, 2014
quidditch is not an imaginary sport...it is real...started at middlebury college (there is a double d for you)....university of texas won the most recent world cup
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level 77
Jan 3, 2014
Are they actually flying around on broomsticks? Or just prancing around with brooms stuck between their legs that don't do anything? If the latter, it's still imaginary. Unless my cousin and I are actually robotic ninjas from the future. We used to pretend that was real, too. When we were seven.
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level 76
Sep 2, 2014
Kalbahamut, I think you may be underestimating the popularity of this new sport. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muggle_quidditch They have adapted the rules to make it playable for non-magic folk, and the game has spread to five continents under the authority of the International Quidditch Association. Community teams are now playing, as well. At what point does the imaginary become the real?
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level 77
Feb 12, 2019
ander: at the point when the brooms start flying through the air by means of magic.
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level 76
Feb 12, 2019
Oh, Kalba, you are such a muggle. :) (Since they have adapted it so that non-magic folk can play, would you accept a name such as Muggle Quidditch?)
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level 63
Feb 13, 2019
We just don't understand how those in the magical community are able to aviate with long-handled cleaning instruments in the same way primative, indigenous tribes would wonderously marvel at our heavier than air aircrafts.

That's why there are wizardry schools. Unfortunately, they are invitation only and don't reveal the secrets of their mysteries to the public. Which is in keeping with other private societies like the lizard people who control and manipulate global politics or executives at Subway who won't explain what makes their bread smell funny.

What I'm trying to say with all this is that there are better options at lunchtime to sate any sandwich cravings than Subway because bread shouldn't smell like that.
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level 78
Jan 2, 2014
Nice inclusion of a double double D (Eddie Vedder).
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level 44
Jan 2, 2014
No Duran Duran question?
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level 72
Jun 11, 2014
Well, we don't get much call for it around here, sir.
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level 72
Jul 16, 2014
There's a quiz on THAT skit at Cheese Shop.
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level 76
Sep 2, 2014
Learned a new word - shtetl.
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level 54
Sep 29, 2016
Anyone else giggle at "double Ds"?
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level 80
Jul 25, 2018
ténnis doubles majors excluded then?
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level 76
Sep 20, 2018
I tried "waddling" before "waddle", which seems like it should work since you also used the gerund form of "walking" in the hint.
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level 65
Sep 28, 2018
I can't believe that more people knew Jeddah than Caddyshack. Makes me sad.
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level 67
Dec 21, 2018
You're sad that more people guessed a real-life city of nearly 4 million people than a movie from 38 years ago? If so, you may be happy to know that it appears to be no longer the case.
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level 63
Feb 12, 2019
Read "Elm Street", thought "Sesame Street". >__< Edit: Apparently you can't have a "<" sign at the end of a comment?
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level 28
Feb 12, 2019
Forgot Daddy
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level 74
Mar 29, 2019
I was wondering how 4chan had 2 D's, then I remembered you can also spell it Reddit.
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level 52
Jul 3, 2019
Here I am thinking of an exotic type of cheese, like Gouda or Edam, but the Brits seem to love bloody cheddar. How classy .