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What play is about "star-crossed lovers"?
What did Jack trade for magic beans?
What was the profession of Jesus's father Joseph?
What legendary character turned everything he touched to gold?
Who was the guitarist for Cream, The Yardbirds, and Derek and the Dominos?
What is the English name for France's Côte d'Azur?
What is the most common first name for U.S. males born between 1933 and 2012?
What stage in a fly's life cycle comes between egg and pupa?
What city has Muslim, Christian, Jewish, and Armenian Quarters?
What is the best-selling soda in the U.S. that is not made by Pepsi or Coke?
Citrine and amethyst are forms of what mineral?
If a person is "juicing" what drug are they taking?
What comes next in the sequence kilo, mega, giga?
What city do Brummies come from?
If Paul McCartney is "Ivory", who is "Ebony" in the 1982 chart-topping song?
Whose wives included Aisha, Safiyya, and Sawda?
According to singer Edwin Starr, what is war good for?
What did the U.S. buy from Russia for 2 cents an acre?
In what country did Sandinistas battle Contras in the 1980's?
What city was once called "The Paris of the Middle East" before a civil war began in 1975?
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level 76
Jan 27, 2015
Sandinistas. There's a typo there.
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level 33
Jul 31, 2017
The clash!
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level 60
Mar 10, 2015
"Mike" should be an acceptable answer for Michael. I've never met someone named Mike who's full name wasn't actually Michael.
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level 73
Mar 10, 2015
Tell that to my mother. She would throw a fit when I was younger if anyone called me Mike. "If I wanted your name to be Mike it would say that on your birth certificate."
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level 54
Aug 29, 2015
if she didn't want anyone to call you mike she shouldn't of named you michael lol
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level 59
Jan 19, 2016
* shouldn't have
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level 60
Mar 10, 2015
Micha, Michele (male name), Mickey, and Mustafa....all people I know not named Michael who go by Mike
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level 60
Jan 4, 2017
...drops mike....
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level 43
Aug 17, 2017
Where's that "like comment" button when you need it?
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level 56
Jul 31, 2017
on the plus side, If you're daft enough to think the Paul McCartney answer is Michael Jackson, you get lucky...
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level 29
Mar 10, 2015
"fruits & vegetables" should be accepted for juicing.
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level 46
May 5, 2015
Lol
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level 38
Mar 10, 2015
Blasphemy! I've been told that Jesus' father is actually God.
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level 60
Oct 15, 2016
"Omnipotent deity" is more of a lifestyle than a profession.
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level 55
Aug 1, 2017
I believe God's profession is already covered by the question asking who played guitar for Cream.
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level 56
Mar 10, 2015
Dr Pepper is made by Coke, just because it's not called Coke doesn't mean it isn't made by Coke
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level 17
Mar 10, 2015
Dr Pepper is owned by snapple. They use Coke for distribution.
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level 44
Mar 11, 2015
Actually, they use both. Dr Pepper is owned by Snapple and can be distributed by both Coke and Pepsi. You usually see it with Pepsi in soda foutains as coke has their own version.....Mr Pibb In the United States, Dr Pepper Snapple Group does not have a complete network of bottlers and distributors, so the drink is sometimes bottled under contract by Coca-Cola or Pepsi bottlers.
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level 40
Jul 31, 2017
Why do you know this?
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level 71
Jul 31, 2017
Because Google exists.
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level 45
Mar 11, 2015
Jesus himself was a trained carpenter, too (if i am not mistaken).
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level 57
Mar 12, 2015
I tried so many different spellings of rumpelstiltskin before realizing it was Midas
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level 32
May 11, 2016
I was exactly the same, I was wondering where I was going wrong.
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level 75
Aug 21, 2015
I like Mike
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level 70
Sep 15, 2016
If I ever got the Midas Touch, everything I'd touch would turn into mufflers. :-/
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level 52
Jul 31, 2017
Juicing? I though nicotine as thought it might be vaping!!!?
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level 50
Jul 31, 2017
Are not fly larvae called maggots? I think that should be acceptable.
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level 69
Jul 31, 2017
Maggots are never acceptable.
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level 70
Jul 31, 2017
oh... I know very well what the French Riviera is... but I was trying to type in translations for the French. You can't accept the blue coast?
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level 60
Jul 31, 2017
Agree. I tried so many forms of "blue coast" "coast of blue" "azure coast" "coast of azure", etc. Also, not sure why "maggot" doesn't work (for the fly question, obviously).
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level 51
Jul 31, 2017
I've never heard it called the Blue Coast before (or Azur Coast) - no one would know to what you refer if you called it that.
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level 40
Jul 31, 2017
great quiz but another minute or so on the clock would be nice.
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level 36
Aug 5, 2017
Please accept 'Auric Goldfinger' for question four.
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level 67
Aug 11, 2017
For some reason the Yardbirds question doesn't accept "God" as an answer.
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level 29
Sep 3, 2017
Think the Dr Pepper one will start some arguments in a pub quiz... Snapple only make it in the U.S, Coca Cola make it and distribute it in Europe, and Pepsi make it in Canada and Asia...in some areas, Coke and Pepsi have bought the trade-mark, in other areas they lease it from Cadbury-Schweppes, so unsure who would actually own the product itself...if you own the trademark, do you own the product? ... I don't know... Instead, I'd ask about which soft drinks company has a museum in Downtown Waco, Texas....
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