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Famous Trios Quiz #2

Guess the missing members of these famous threesomes.
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First submittedFebruary 18, 2012
Last updatedApril 14, 2013
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Famous Trio
Hop, Skip, Jump
Bump, Set, Spike
Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice
Stop, Drop and Roll
See no Evil, Hear no Evil, Speak no Evil
The Truth, the Whole Truth, Nothing but the Truth
Judge, Jury and Executioner
Eats, Shoots and Leaves
Wynken, Blynken and Nod
Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
Ready, Willing and Able
Famous Trio
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego
Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
Hanged, Drawn and Quartered
I Came, I Saw, I Conquered
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Id, Ego and Super-Ego
Rock, Paper, Scissors
Ready, Aim, Fire
On Your Mark, Get Set, Go
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity
Core, Mantle, Crust
Athos, Aramis and Porthos
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level ∞
Apr 14, 2013
Updated!
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level 65
Jun 14, 2013
I've always known it as paper, scissors, stone (not rock).
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level ∞
Jun 14, 2013
Really? Just out of curiosity, where do you live?
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level 48
Jun 21, 2013
As a Brit living in Australia, I had only ever heard it as paper, scissors, stone until I came here where they call it rock, paper, scissors.
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level 36
Jun 21, 2013
are you British? I've heard it both ways. To me a stone is a small thing, a rock is a big thing. I remember a Canadian friend of mine saying she had rocks in her shoes - it put a strange picture in my mind.
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level 25
Jun 21, 2013
Stones are smooth, rocks are jagged. That is the defining difference between them.
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level 75
Feb 20, 2017
Anyone who thinks stones are smooth has never had a kidney stone. :)
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level 65
Nov 24, 2017
The Stones play rock...although at times they have ventured into disco and other musical genres.
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level 41
Dec 1, 2016
In India too we stone-paper-sissors.
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level 46
Feb 20, 2017
In Germany it's Schere-Stein-Papier (scissors-stone-paper) or Schnick-Schnack-Schnuck. Annabel Lamb has a song titled "Rock, paper, scissors, matches".
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level 47
Nov 23, 2018
it's always been stone here in the UK
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level 44
Jun 21, 2013
I missed 5. I've never heard of a few of these. I only missed 1 that I can actually say I've heard before.
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level 76
Jun 21, 2013
Gaspar Melchior and Balthazar
Shake Rattle and Roll
Huey Duey and Luey
Larry Moe and Curly (or Shemp)
Germany Italy Japan
Iran Syria and North Korea
red blue green
earth wind and fire
father son and holy spirit
executive legislative and judicial
liquid solid and gas

there are so many of these..
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level 76
Jun 21, 2013
never heard of Shadrach etc... or eats, shoots, leaves..
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level 36
Jun 21, 2013
I know there is a book called 'Eats, shoots and leaves' and there is a picture of a Panda eating bamboo on the cover.
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level 82
Jun 21, 2013
I had to look this one up the first time I heard it. It's based on a misprint in some reference or other that listed under the definition for panda, "Eats, shoots and leaves." The simple typo (inclusion of that comma) changes the meaning from a discussion of the panda's diet, to a description of an armed, homicidal ingrate.
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level 40
Jun 22, 2013
Eats, shoots, leaves is similar to the Aussie expression eats, roots (meaning having sex) and leaves. Does that clear it up? :)
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level 61
Aug 30, 2013
Shadrach is one of the three men in the book of Daniel that were thrown in to a fiery furnace as punishment for not bowing down to an idol. They refused to bow to the idol because they were being faithful to God. They prayed, and God kept them from being consumed by the fire. It is a classic Bible story.
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level 71
Nov 20, 2013
Yep, eating, rooting and leaving is what we Wombats are famous for.
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level 76
Jun 27, 2018
I recall the Biblical story now. Will have to take the Aussie's word for the other thing.
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level 71
Jun 21, 2013
After Joyce: the further, the sum and the holocaust
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level 30
Jun 21, 2013
For the liquid, solid, and gas, scientists are also calling plasma the fourth state of matter, so that wouldn't work anymore.
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level 55
May 15, 2014
Nobody knows the first one.
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level 71
Sep 1, 2016
Liquid, solid, and gas don't really work, as there are four states of matter, not three.
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level 61
Nov 24, 2016
They are spelled Dewey and Louie.
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level 67
Apr 26, 2017
I was really expecting hook, line and sinker to find here too.
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level 22
Jun 21, 2013
it is hung drawn and quartered, as appose to hanged
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level 45
Apr 22, 2015
Pictures are hung, people are hanged.
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level 45
Apr 22, 2015
...and it should be "as opposed to"...
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level 15
Nov 19, 2013
I thought it was Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock?? :P
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level 45
Jan 11, 2014
what is "bump, set, spike"??
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level 12
Jan 14, 2014
Volleyball
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level 12
Jan 14, 2014
While I don't expect this to be an accepted answer, I just want to get it out there. For the first one, "Hop, Skip, Jump", even though Hop is the missing word, I've heard "Hop, Step, Jump" before from Shugo Chara, which is a popular kid's anime.
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level 45
Jun 14, 2014
I've always heard, "on your marks, get ready, go".
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level 56
Nov 30, 2014
I've always known it as On you're mark, Ready, Set, Go!
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level 75
Feb 20, 2017
I've heard it as "ready, set, go," or "on your mark, get set, go" but never your combination.
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level 54
Feb 28, 2015
the good, the bad and the ugly
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level 35
Feb 20, 2017
Totally sad that Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are the three lowest ranked.
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level 71
Mar 21, 2017
No it is not sad at all. Happy to hear people are no longer having that crap stuffed into their young impressionable minds.
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level 70
Jun 30, 2017
You mean crap like having high moral standards and integrity? That kind of crap?
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level 66
Oct 20, 2017
if you think high moral standards come from the bible, you need to read the bible again
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level 47
Nov 23, 2018
Agreed. Brainwashing and superstition have no place in the modern world. We are all clever enough to know we have to be kind to one another without needing to be threatened with a non-existent eternal punishment
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level 49
Apr 26, 2017
So I guess I'm the only one who tried multiple spellings of D'Artagnan before figuring it out.
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level 77
Dec 22, 2017
You're not the only one.
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level 71
Nov 17, 2017
Love the inclusion of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Made me smile, thanks!
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