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Clue
Answer
Drag-racing car
Frankfurter
Geothermal pool
To start a car without a key
Menopause indicator
Its sequel was Part Deux
First took flight in Paris, 1783
One a penny, two a penny
British police comedy
Communal dish sometimes
called "Chinese fondue"
Clue
Answer
Hot whiskey drink
Californicators
One who loses his temper easily
Drink with marshmallows, sometimes
"Educational" song by Van Halen
Microwavable pastry served either
frozen or boiling lava hot
Movie starring Marilyn Monroe
Extremely short shorts
Place to get Wi-Fi
Matchbox cars alternative
Answer Stats
Clue
Answer
% Correct
Your %
+2
level 52
Jun 24, 2014
you can eat hot pockets frozen?
+5
level 33
Jul 1, 2014
It's a joke, that when you microwave Hot Pockets, they're either still frozen or hot as lava. There is no in between.
+2
level 75
Jul 1, 2014
Please see Jim Gaffigan for proper Hot Pocket commentary. :-)
+1
level 10
Jul 1, 2014
good quiz
+2
level 35
Aug 15, 2014
Tried "Hot Shot" like 10 times... maybe accept it without the plural?
+1
level 72
Aug 7, 2018
I would agree. If Hot Shot was the name of the movie. It's not.
+3
level 39
Feb 17, 2015
Never heard of hot pot being called Chinese fondue. Have always thought of it as a British dish - lovely comfort food when the weather is really bad.
+3
level 60
May 30, 2015
Especially Lancashire Hot Pot, lots of nice tender mutton and taters...
+3
level 39
Jul 22, 2015
Yes, Lancashire hot pot is the best.
+1
level 68
Aug 6, 2018
Yes, there really is nothing like fried and then boiled lamb meat. Throw in some kidneys to really top it off. (Chinese Fondue is a different kind of "hot pot" than the the British version.
+1
level 54
Mar 29, 2016
Surely "Hot tub" should be accepted for geothermal pool?
+3
level 70
Mar 23, 2017
There are way more hot tubs that are not geothermal.
+1
level 68
Aug 6, 2018
Like the kind that allow you to travel through time?
+1
level 14
Apr 14, 2016
I wrote hot cross bun instead of hot cross buns.
+1
level 66
Jul 2, 2018
Snap, though I eventually tried it in plural form. I think the singular version should be an accepted type in.
+1
level 70
Mar 23, 2017
Hot stuff, a Donna summer hit. Also good to balance the perceived US-centrism :)
+1
level 48
Jul 27, 2017
Love the reference from beyond the pale...
+4
level 66
Jan 27, 2018
Man‘s not hot, man can be never be hot! The ting goes skrrrra!
+2
level 40
Aug 5, 2018
Kids these days...
+4
level 46
Jan 27, 2018
I kept typing "Me" but that was the incorrect answer :( ;)
+2
level 71
Jul 2, 2018
username checks out
+2
level 68
Jul 3, 2018
Gack! For "Californicators", I kept thinking of the David Duchovny TV show, figuring it was some in-joke there (having never seen it), while *totally* blanking on the source of the namesake! DERP.
+1
level 73
Jul 10, 2018
I can't even begin to express my frustration over it not being "hot crossed buns." I typed it so many different ways. Including the archaic Hot Cross'd Buns.
+3
level 70
Jul 18, 2018
Must pay attention: Marilyn Monroe != Marilyn Manson
+3
level 47
Aug 5, 2018
How about include "hotline"?
+1
level 58
Aug 5, 2018
and Hotmail
+1
level 35
Aug 5, 2018
Never heard of hot pockets. What culinary delight are we British missing out on now ?!
+1
level 73
Aug 5, 2018
Hot Pockets are a brand of pastry stuffed with fillings such as pepperoni pizza or chicken pot pit. Think of a burrito made with pie crust instead of a tortilla. They come frozen and can be microwaved or baked in the oven.
+1
level 60
Aug 5, 2018
Sounds a bit like a Ginsters' pasty...
+2
level 73
Aug 5, 2018
The clue about them being frozen or boiling hot comes from a Jim Gaffigan stand up routine about the tendency of the pocket to be unevenly heated. This is due to the thing's density and the fact that they are frozen, so while the moisture on the outer layer of pocket melts at room temperature and heats up very quickly the ice inside does not absorb microwave radiation in the same way and can stay frozen. So if you don't follow the directions carefully you end up biting in to blocks of cheese ice surrounded by pools of tomato lava. It's a good time.
+1
level 66
Aug 6, 2018
Enjoyed the music clues here.
+1
level 51
Aug 8, 2018
Strange, I always preferred Hot Wheels. So, I would have thought that Matchbox was the alternative to Hot Wheels, not the other way around! Which one was actually more popular?
+1
level 21
Aug 12, 2018
You should really accept hot cross buns without the plural, otherwise a good quiz.
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