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Groups of Ten Quiz

Name the members of these groups of ten.
Last updated: December 26, 2017
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Three Letter Body Parts
(no slang)
Arm
Ear
Eye
Gum
Hip
Jaw
Leg
Lip
Rib
Toe
 
Countries that Start with N
Namibia
Nauru
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
North Korea
Norway
 
Canadian Provinces
Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Countries with
Four Letter Names
Chad
Cuba
Fiji
Iraq
Iran
Laos
Mali
Oman
Peru
Togo
 
U.S. States bordering the Mississippi
Arkansas
Illinois
Iowa
Kentucky
Louisiana
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Tennessee
Wisconsin
 
First Ten Periodic Table Elements
Hydrogen
Helium
Lithium
Beryllium
Boron
Carbon
Nitrogen
Oxygen
Fluorine
Neon
Most Populous
Urban Areas in Africa
Lagos
Cairo
Johannesburg
Kinshasa
Luanda
Khartoum
Dar es Salaam
Nairobi
Abidjan
Alexandria
 
10 Commandments (Protestant)
Thou shalt have
no other gods before me
Thou shalt not make unto thee
any graven image
Thou shalt not take the Lord's
name in vain
Remember the sabbath and
keep it holy
Honor thy father and thy mother
Thou shalt not kill
Thou shalt not commit adultery
Thou shalt not steal
Thou shalt not bear false witness
Thou shalt not covet thy
neighbour's wife
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level 36
Jul 7, 2011
poor Rebbie, I will try to remember him
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level 58
Sep 7, 2014
*her
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level 56
Dec 11, 2015
Holy Moley, this exchange gave me a laugh.
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level 34
Jun 5, 2016
the same here, I forget her every time :(
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level 1
Mar 29, 2018
what happened to rebbie
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level 36
Jul 7, 2011
her (sorry)
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level 60
Jul 7, 2011
Isn't New Guinea considered a country?
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level 65
Apr 8, 2014
New Guinea is an island.
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level 59
Oct 26, 2014
There's Guinea, or Papua New Guinea. Oh, and Guinea Bissau. And Equitorial Guinea!
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level 73
Dec 27, 2017
And Guyana
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level 34
Apr 23, 2015
nope new guinea is an island shared by papau new guinea and indonesia
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level 32
Jul 7, 2011
I thought New Guinea too.
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level 55
Jul 7, 2011
no New Guinea is the name given to the island that Papua New Guinea is on. New Guinea is actually split into Indonesia(Papua and West Papua) and Papua New Guinea.
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level 55
Jul 7, 2011
I got all 10 Canadian Provinces and all 10 States bordering the Mississippi and in total I got 60/80. Not bad at all. Although I only know like 4 people from the Jackson family(Joe, Janet, Latoya and Michael)
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level 66
Nov 25, 2015
Same, except for me it was Michael, Janet, Jermaine and Tito.
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level 20
Apr 25, 2018
I kept trying to type in nunavut, northern territories, and yukon for provinces of canada. This quiz must be old...
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level 31
Apr 29, 2018
Nunavut, northern territories and yukon are all territories, not provinces
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level 55
Jul 7, 2011
sweet 1st try 60/80. Second try 74/80, still couldn't remember 3 of the Jackson kids.
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level 55
Jul 8, 2011
For Groups of Thirteen you can do the provinces and territories of Canada(10 and 3) and also the original 13 colonies of the US
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level 17
Nov 24, 2011
shouldnt RESPECT your father and mother work? Thats what I have always heard...The canadien provinces really threw me off on the "N" countries. I kept straying back to newfoundland and mentally slapping myself.
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level 48
Sep 7, 2014
Sure, you should RESPECT your father and mother, but the COMMANDMENT in the Bible goes, "HONOR your father and your mother." In most versions of the Bible, anyway.....
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level 66
Jun 5, 2016
Yup, and King James translates YHWH as the LORD (always all capitalized, I think), so we should take any differences between honour and respect with a grain of salt.
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level 71
Dec 26, 2017
In Slovene it's "respect". Depends on the translation really.
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level 20
Apr 25, 2018
Where's "graven image" from??? Never heard that in the bible. I've always heard it "other idols"
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level 16
Dec 17, 2011
i had no idea niger and nigeria were two different places....
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level 69
Dec 20, 2012
I think you should excise Joe and move the Jacksons to your groups of nine quiz, and move the NY sports teams here.
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level 59
Aug 19, 2014
If you're using "Thou Shalt" by all means you should accept "honor" , but the displayed word should be honour.
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level 66
Aug 27, 2014
Missed 4 of the Jacksons and Brigadier General.
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level 19
Aug 30, 2014
funny... but as an Englishman, the ONLY holiday I missed was "Independence Day" haha.
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level 74
Sep 7, 2014
They don't celebrate that on your side of the pond?
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level 55
Sep 23, 2018
Yeah, we have enough debt ourselves! Don't want the US's to come to get us as well! On the other hand, some of our national debt is actually owed to the USA, and it would presumably be written off if the USA was still part of the British Empire. Interesting article - but PPP per capita is just one measure of wealth. The UK is not worst off by some more objective measures (not necessarily involving money, as cross-currency comparison is unreliable). Life expectancy, for example, is about 4 years longer in the UK and generally correlates to the concept of "wealth" as it is usually thought of pretty well.
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level 74
Sep 7, 2014
I have a feeling that without the fill-in-the-blank format, the 10 commandments would have the lowest percentage of any of these categories. But as is they're probably the easiest.
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level 49
Jan 24, 2015
lol I missed one but I must have misspelled or something. As an atheist I would get them all right if I had to type them all out :)
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level 34
Sep 7, 2014
This is a really great quiz!
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level 49
Sep 7, 2014
As an Asian and Buddhist, I have no idea about US stuffs, 10 commandments, and who is Jackson?
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level 74
Sep 7, 2014
Michael Jackson's family. Pretty famous in the entertainment industry.
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level 61
Jun 11, 2015
Famous kiddie-fiddler who also sang some songs
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
He became famous as a child for his singing and dancing. To my knowledge he never played fiddle.
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level 50
Sep 7, 2014
The commandment is 'Thou shalt not murder.' Frequently mistranslated. Jews were allowed to defend themselves, as in the case of Esther. The commandment specifically meant that the Jews shalt not kill 'in cold blood', or, murder.
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level 60
Sep 10, 2014
Since the quiz doesn't specify a translation (other than protestant), the word kill is valid. There are "protestant" translations that use that word.
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level 74
Dec 28, 2014
Which translation are you claiming is "the one true" translation? I looked up the commandments in several different bibles. The King James and New Jerusalem say "kill" and Life Application, New International Version, New King James, and New Revised Standard say murder. As lawyers say, "It says what it says." Determining what it means has been the cause of unending arguments through the ages.
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level 71
Sep 23, 2015
The definition of 'murder' has also changed considerably since the Old Testament was written. Let's just agree that we shouldn't kill each other if at all possible...
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
it also only applied to members of your own tribe. The Old Testament god was all in favor of murdering other people. He condoned it, he sanctioned it, he ordered it, he gave people super powers to facilitate it, and he frequently did it himself. This included the brutal murder of innocent women, babies, and even acts of genocide.
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level 57
Sep 7, 2014
Please accept "4 of July"
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level 60
Sep 10, 2014
That is a date, not a holiday name.
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level 82
Sep 9, 2014
Jackson Children + Father = Eleven. Marlon had a twin brother, Brandon.
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level 48
Sep 21, 2014
I'm really tired of the tenth commandment always being summarized as "Thou shalt not covet your neighbour's wife." Sure, those are the words used at the beginning of the verse, but it then goes on to list several other things one's neighbor might have, and concludes that one should not covet anything that is their neighbor's. So summarizing it as shown seems to be indicating that it's about the neighbor's wife, whereas it's really about the coveting.
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level 74
Dec 28, 2014
Yes, the commandment indicates that the neighbor's house, donkey, servants, and wife should not be coveted, among other things. At least the wife came in second on the list of possessions, behind house.
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level 49
Jan 24, 2015
I am esp tired of the 10 commandments too. in the US 90+ percent of people in prison are christians. They mean nothing to believers.
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level 59
Sep 18, 2016
Sweeping statement.
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level 38
Dec 14, 2017
I don't think so. 90% may have entered prison as Christians, but by the time many leave, they have converted to Islam.
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level 61
Apr 23, 2018
Most people want at least several of the 10 commandments respected in regards to themselves and their family and their property (stealing, murdering, honoring parents, bearing false witness, adultery). People are in jail not because they don't want others to observe the commandments towards them, but because they have tried to give themselves a personal exemption (out of anger, greed, lust, pride, etc) to override the commandment in their specific circumstances towards others.
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level 71
Dec 26, 2017
It's not "always". In Catholic version it's divided into wife (9th) and goods (10th)
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level 80
Oct 26, 2014
No Talk like a Pirate Day? I am disappointed. And isn't "Memorial Day" really the same as "Remembrance Day" in Britain? As not native to either country it's impossible to keep all those days apart. Though I am glad of getting Columbus Day with 8 seconds to spare, just after I thought of Thanksgiving. Peeved I forgot about Colonel, I might have gotten two more of the ranks that way. And no, I am pretty clueless about the Jacksons. Sorry.
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level 62
Mar 17, 2016
Talk Like a Pirate Day is my birthday.
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level 60
Nov 8, 2014
what happened to Nunavut and Yukon Territory?
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level 32
Jan 28, 2016
The quizmaster was having Nunavut! Ba-dum-dum-tish
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level 60
Nov 8, 2014
....and the Northwest Territories?
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level 61
Jun 11, 2015
Those are territories not provinces.
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level 19
Nov 19, 2014
Second the omittance of Yukon and NW Territories. I got stuck because I mistakenly read it as Canadian Provinces starting with N...
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level 43
Feb 5, 2015
Seech... I got so messed up too. Kept trying to spell Nunavut different ways, couldn't figure out why Yukon and NW territories wouldn't take =/
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level 55
Apr 20, 2015
You left out Nunavut for Canadian provinces. Of course, that would take it out of the groups of ten quiz....
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level 51
Apr 24, 2018
Except it's not a province, it's a territory.
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level 65
Sep 23, 2015
Could you just accept Prince Edward? I thought 'island' automatically falls into place, like many other Jetpunk quizzes.
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level 71
Dec 22, 2016
PEI usually works
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level 56
Oct 30, 2015
any chance of accepting labour day,
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level 45
Mar 13, 2016
Some of us spell labour with a U in it. That tripped me up.
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level 39
Jun 5, 2016
Got 23 and thought I did pretty well until I saw the average score... then I noticed there were more than the first 3 sections. Oops.
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level 36
Jun 13, 2016
Why are all these 'groups of things' quizzes so American based??
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level 59
Sep 18, 2016
Possibly because they are submitted by an American?
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level 67
Jul 14, 2016
Great quiz but could do with a bit more time especially for us non North Americans.
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level 67
Dec 29, 2017
Still needs more time. The US states bordering the Mississippi is dam tough if you're not a North American, or havent memorised a map of America. Ditto the Canadian provinces. Also tricky on an Ipad when you have to keep scrolling up and down but that's way beyond the QM's control.
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level 53
Oct 14, 2016
Never knew Yukon and Nunavut were only territories
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level 48
Apr 9, 2017
Wait, wait, wait. I know we Brits do things differently to you guys, but do you have no public holiday for Easter??! As a nation with so many Christians, this genuinely surprises me. Over here, Good Friday and Easter Monday make next weekend a 4-day weekend for most people.
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
It may have been too difficult to figure out which day to celebrate as the "official" national holiday. Catholics and Protestants usually celebrate a different Sunday from Eastern Orthodox. Some people celebrate Good Friday as the more important day, while others believe Easter Sunday is the main day, and some areas have celebrations on Easter Monday. My church observes Maundy Thursday and Holy Saturday as well, and usually has special services throughout Passion Week between Palm Sunday and Easter. Passover falls within the same time, too. It is better to leave the setting of that holiday to the locals to determine. Using that same argument one would wonder why Christmas is still a federal holiday, but perhaps because it has become so secularized and commercialized it still gets by.
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level 38
Oct 11, 2017
The translation of the Hebrew YHWH = Yahweh, which further translated means JEHOVAH, not LORD!
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level 55
Dec 14, 2017
I would request that for the military ranks abbreviations should be accepted when you get to the "Generals". Lt Colonel was accepted for Lieutenant Colonel and I think Brig General, Maj General, and Lt General should work for those answers.
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level 32
Dec 14, 2017
I did think of Labor Day but not being American, I only thought to spell it with a "u" before giving up thinking it must not be one
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level 71
Dec 26, 2017
The new version is much better.
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level 70
Dec 29, 2017
I like the new version, too, but agree it could use a bit more time.
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level 75
Apr 23, 2018
New version is solid, and makes reading the older comments funny!
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level 1
Mar 29, 2018
ANY MORE QUIZZES ANY ONE THINKS I SHOULD TRY
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level 59
Apr 23, 2018
I, an atheist, know all the Ten Commandments. What am I doing with my life?
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level 69
Apr 23, 2018
Know your enemy?
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
of all the sections that was the easiest for me. I consider it a basic element of cultural and historical literacy. But I also used to be a devout Christian who read the Bible.
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level 75
Apr 23, 2018
Don't you think those concepts are generally good for all people to know and adhere to, believer or atheist alike? Don't kill, lie, steal. Honor your parents. Seems like a good idea.
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
Not at all. And any person, believer or atheist, who doesn't admit that they could improve these ten within 30 seconds is being dishonest.
The first 3 are about god being jealous. Not only is this irrelevant to morality, it just teaches pettiness. As if jealousy is a good thing when in fact it's among the worst of all human traits. Commandment 1 teaches religious intolerance and inspired things like the Inquisition. Commandment 2 and similar rules in offshoot religions have inspired things like the riots and resulting deaths from the Danish cartoon controversy. Commandment 3 and similar rules have resulted in people being killed on charges of "blasphemy" and is antithetical to the superior secular value of freedom of speech.
#4 assigns magical powers to a specific day of the week and also has nothing to do with morality. Remember the punishment prescribed for this (all of these) is death. For picking up sticks or cooking your food on a Saturday. Death.
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
What if you have something important to do? Like drive your pregnant wife to the hospital? Some observant Jews would put their lives in jeopardy to keep this silly commandment.
#5 is not moral. If you have terrible parents, or abusive parents, or parents who command you to do immoral things, there is nothing wrong with disobeying them.
#6 ... number six!! Took them long enough to get to this one but it's always the one Christians mention first. First of all every society on Earth has come up with some variation of this rule independently. It's a no brainer. But more importantly, the version found in the Bible if you read the context is not an outright prohibition on murder. It's very clear in the Old Testament that this rule only applied to other Hebrews in your tribe. Encouraging tribalism and othering is not a good thing. It might be the root of all evil.
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
#7 - monogamy is unnatural and marriage and prohibitions against extra-marital sex is all about men with power and privilege monopolizing the best outlets for sex and reproduction while handicapping men who had less. Meanwhile it turns women into property.
#8 - I'm not convinced that the concept of personal property is such a good thing, either. But, okay maybe I could get on board with this one. Though, like #6, it's another no-brainer that almost every society on Earth has come up with. #9 - also not inherently moral. But there are people so convinced that honesty is always moral that they end up doing evil to avoid telling a lie. Think of the people hiding Anne Frank in their attic. If the gestapo ask who's upstairs, what's the moral thing to do? #10 - this is advocating the punishment of thought crime and is abominable.

And yet.. not a single thing on here about rape, slavery, child molestation, equality, etc. But... graven images? Yeah, that's covered.
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level 20
Apr 24, 2018
Is this real life? Is there actually, a religious "debate" on a non-religious quiz? What, actually, has the Jetpunk communty come to? And what has it come to, to where I'm gonna get trash talked for this comment?
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level 42
Apr 23, 2018
What about Yukon as Canadian provinces?
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level 67
Apr 23, 2018
It is a territory.
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
lid doesn't count?
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level 54
Apr 23, 2018
Lid is slang or a nickname of eyelid.
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
I don't think so. Lid is a word by itself. It doesn't have to be part of another word. Just like "bone" is a word by itself, though you could be talking about a jawbone, collar bone, tailbone, etc. Speaking of.. where is "bone?"
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level 35
Apr 23, 2018
Arkansas doesn't touch the Mississippi River but Alabama does
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level 54
Apr 23, 2018
Oh, THE Mississippi not Mississippi. Comprehension when is essential.
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level 48
Apr 25, 2018
Ah I thought it was the song Mississippi Queen. I did not know what to put in.
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level 46
Apr 23, 2018
why is urban areas of Africa there its so random
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level 74
Apr 23, 2018
How is it more random than the first ten elements of the periodic table?
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level 53
Apr 26, 2018
I think lap should be one of the parts of the body
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level 32
Apr 29, 2018
Why are people talking about public holidays and the Jackson family? Those weren't on here...
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level 60
Jul 31, 2018
Check the date on when the quiz was last updated, then check the dates on the comments.
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level 46
Nov 23, 2018
It's a good job there are no christians that commit adultery or covet their neighbour's wife.....
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level 44
Dec 18, 2018
If ass is slang and bum is slang. What do you call it then (ok there is posterior, but I doubt anyone would use that in every day life. All the others I can think of are definately slang, tush, booty. I guess bottom and behind might not be slang, but that describes the location more than the actual thing itself (granted, same with posterior) I might just be missing the obvious here though, but just curious
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