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Things that are Free Quiz

All the answers contain the word "Free".
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Last updated: February 9, 2015
First submittedJuly 4, 2012
Times taken29,250
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Clue
Answer
Capitalist system
Free Market
Freedom to say what one wants
Free Speech
Movie about a boy and a friendly killer whale
Free Willy
To escape punishment is to get off ...
Scot Free
Player who is free to sign with any team
Free Agent
Road without traffic lights or stop signs
Freeway
Lack of tariffs
Free Trade
There's no such thing as this
Free Lunch
Patrick Henry would die if he couldn't do this
Live Free
Method of farming where animals roam freely
Free Range
Store found at international borders
Duty Free
Independence movement supported
by Richard Gere
Free Tibet
Clue
Answer
Oft-requested song at concerts
Free Bird
Shaq's greatest weakness
Free Throws
800 Number
Toll Free
Polyamory
Free Love
Antioxidant's enemy
Free Radicals
Song by Tom Petty
Free Fallin'
Swimming event
Freestyle
Method of using cocaine
Freebasing
Version of computer solitaire
FreeCell
To work on a contract basis
Freelance
Capital of Sierra Leone
Freetown
Secret society that actually
controls everything
Freemasonry
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level 44
Jul 4, 2012
Accept 'free call' for toll free?
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level 59
Apr 20, 2015
In the UK we call it freephone.
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level 73
Sep 12, 2018
Free Tibet. *With purchase of a another Tibet of equal or greater value.
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level 59
Jul 4, 2012
for something that says "there's no such thing as this" I think Free Energy should be acceptable or the question should be rephrased if necessary. Free energy doesn't exist so it does fit the question.
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level 37
Jul 4, 2012
"There's no such thing as a free lunch" is an idiom.
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level 59
Jul 4, 2012
ah, okay, I figured it was going to be something like that, but I had never heard of it before.
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level 83
Jul 10, 2012
The idiom is actually "There ain't no such thing as a free lunch." One of those rare occassions where the use of 'ain't' is actually correct...
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level 36
Jul 4, 2012
'Murica. Not so free anymore.
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level 32
Jul 4, 2012
Free enterprize?
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level 44
Jul 4, 2012
No Born Free? :-P
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level 21
Aug 27, 2012
free lunch could it the answer also be free ride
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level 66
Sep 14, 2012
How about taxfree for duty free?
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level 66
Jul 2, 2017
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level 75
Feb 12, 2013
Since when are conspiracy theories given as objective clues? If you think the Freemasons control everything you've been spending too much time on the internet and not enough time in real life.
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level 25
Jul 1, 2013
Freemasons don't control anything beyond their own Lodge of Grand Lodge. Believing otherwise is tantamount to believing in the Tooth Fairy.
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level ∞
Jul 2, 2013
That's what they want us to believe. ;)
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level 71
Aug 26, 2014
Actually it's the Stonecutters, not the Masons, you need to fear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZI_aEalijE.
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level 66
May 4, 2016
Who holds back the elctric car? Who makes Steve Gutenberg a star? We do, we do
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level 67
Jan 10, 2018
Hey! What's your problem with the Tooth Fairy?
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level 65
Jun 4, 2013
should add a clue: "Freedonia" from Marx Brother's Duck Soup!
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level 71
Jun 12, 2013
Please consider "cage free" in addition to "freerange."
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level 37
Jun 15, 2013
I've heard "no such thing as a free beer" way more than "no such thing as a free lunch"
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level 73
Feb 10, 2015
Never heard that. Although it makes more sense. I get free lunches all the time. Never got a free beer without having to pay for the next round.
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level 77
Jul 2, 2013
Tried "free loving" and "commitment free" for polyamory. whoops.
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level 77
Jul 4, 2015
and what about "free ride" in place of "free lunch?"
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level 76
Jul 4, 2015
I think "free ride" can be used in many ways such as, "No more free rides for you" or "I wish I was the owner's son so I could get a free ride, too," etc. "There's no such thing as a free lunch" is a recognized idiom. (Also, "There ain't no such thing as a free lunch.") This is just my humble opinion which, of course, is always correct. ;-)
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level 77
Jul 4, 2015
I guess the free lunch idiom is more popular, but there's at least one book with the free ride idiom as a title.
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level 67
Jan 10, 2018
And the "free lunch" idiom is sprinkled throughout Robert A. Heinlein's books.
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level 58
Feb 22, 2014
Can you please help us taking this quiz by improving one of your questions? When you asked for "Oft-requested song at concerts" ... I was trying to think of some name for an Encore ... and came up empty-handed ... I think your clue is too general for the answer here ... If you are going to the trouble of saying "Song by Tom Petty" ... then can you please just do the same by using the clue "Song by Lynyrd Skynyrd"?? Or if you think that is too easy, then could you please consider evolving the question to "oft-requested song at Southern Rock Concerts"? Thanks for taking this into consideration!
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level 45
Jun 22, 2014
If you've gone to a concert at least once in your life, you'd know. At the end of every concert, people request Free Bird. Get out there more dude.
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level 82
Jul 9, 2015
Here the song to request is Paranoid.
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level 56
Jul 5, 2014
Yeah, Freebird was the easiest one on here. It's extremely well known as an over-requested song.
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
never even heard of the song. And how is it requested, at random concerts? so with bands for which it is not their song? (I actually dont see how you can request a song at a concert, how are the guys on stage ever gonna hear you..)
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level 1
Jul 5, 2014
I kept trying 'free beer'.
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level 65
Jul 7, 2014
yeah... it was that easy that it rates 48%...if it helps mathdrew, I've been to heaps of concerts and have never heard it referred to as Free Bird either lol.
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level 58
Jul 4, 2015
I only knew it because of David Spade.
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level 29
Apr 30, 2014
swimming "event" makes me think of the olympics. Swimming stroke would be much more clear
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level 71
Jul 15, 2014
But "freestyle" isn't a stroke. It's an event where competitors are "free" to use any stroke they wish. As it turns out, all swimmers at the top of the world use the "crawl" stroke
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level 73
Jul 6, 2015
did not know this
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level 72
Aug 23, 2014
Adultery can't happen with free love (by definition!); it can do with polyamory.
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level 65
Nov 20, 2014
I agree with the person above: no such thing as a free ride is also an idiom.
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level 55
Apr 12, 2015
I sure hope a lot of the people taking this quiz are not American, otherwise, it is very sad that only 31% know what Patrick Henry said.
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level 68
Jul 4, 2015
He never said those exact words, though. "Give me liberty or give me death" may have been the basis for the motto "Live free or die," but I don't believe he ever said it. That's probably why so few people got it.
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
Dont even know who he is
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level 58
Jul 4, 2015
"Road without traffic lights or stop signs" I literally read that as meaning a road without painted lines and also without any legal restrictions at all. That you simply meant a motorway just never occurred to me!

I've just realised I msread "version of computer solitaire", I thought it said "software" so I thought "Freeware". Kicking myself because I've played and won over 10,000 games of Freecell.
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
Yea I thought of a place where there usually would be traffic lights but not on this occasion,so free crossing and something similar. No off a road that goes straight and doesnt have roads that cross it so there is no need for traffic lights.

It really sounds like the absence of traffic lights is a key feature. while that is just a logic consequence not a prerequisite that makes something a freeway. (plenty of roads without them that arent a freeway, like in a residential area.) (now it sort of feels like "place without elephants" answer : "a bank" well yes there are no elephants there, but there is no reason for them to be there...)

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level 77
Jul 4, 2015
Only one I missed is Freebasing. I've never heard of that... which I guess is a good thing.
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level 40
Jul 7, 2015
free market and capitalism are two separate economic systems saying they are the same is like saying socialism and communism are the same thing
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level 59
Nov 17, 2015
In South Africa we call it "Freedom of Speech"
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level 71
Dec 11, 2015
It's called that here in the US as well.
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level 57
Feb 20, 2016
So only 24% know about the Free Tibet movement but 41% know about freebasing cocaine? Ugh...
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level 73
Sep 12, 2018
Free Tibet. *With purchase of a another Tibet of equal or greater value.
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level 23
Feb 22, 2016
freedom of speech should be accepted
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level 58
May 29, 2016
Patrick Henry said "Give me liberty or give me death." a better clue for "Live free" would be "New Hampshire motto" or something to that effect.
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level 70
Jul 2, 2017
Ditto on the Patrick Henry/New Hampshire mixup. You could change the clue to "New Hampshire residents would rather do this or die." I kept typing Freedom of Speech for free speech until I reread the title of the quiz. "Going commando" seems like it would be a fun clue but perhaps it is a bit vulgar for jetpunk?
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
Isnt there already an answer "free willy"?
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level 67
Jul 2, 2017
Interesting that 'Scot Free' is derived from 'Shot Free' that came from the use of Scandinavian 'Skatt' meaning 'Tax'. So it originally meant 'Tax Free'.
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level 71
Mar 6, 2018
I got 'free lunch' because, knowing little about basketball, I assumed Shaq had a problem with his weight.
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level 71
Apr 27, 2018
What about adding the military forces of the government-in-exile led by Charles de Gaulle during WW2 ? :)
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level 76
Aug 28, 2018
"Freephone" should probably be accepted for the telephone number.
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level 57
Sep 12, 2018
Freelancing should be accepted if freebasing is. Also "polyamory" is a terrible clue for free love. Is polygamy also free love? Polyamory is actually a traditional form of marriage in parts of India and Africa. Maybe just give a clue about hippie movement.
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level 38
Oct 14, 2018
Polygamy means having multiple marriages (or wives) at the same time; in essence it comes down to the same thing, but Polyamory specifically means 'free love".
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level 77
Mar 25, 2019
polyamory means loving multiple people at the same time.
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level 43
Oct 28, 2018
Free real estate
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level 45
Dec 28, 2018
Unfortunately Patrick Henry is also a famous French child murderer.
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level 67
Mar 25, 2019
minor fame through infamy. only famous in France;
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
Like Patrick Henry is only famous in the US, never heard of him.