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Repeated Answers Quiz

All the answers contain a repeated word. Guess what they are.
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First submittedAugust 4, 2011
Last updatedJune 19, 2017
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Clue
Answer
What a turkey says
Gobble Gobble
"Perfect" vision
20/20
Tabletop game for kids
Hungry Hungry Hippos
Moulin Rouge dance
Can-can
Where Peter Pan lives
Never Never Land
Negotiation with a positive
outcome for both parties
Win Win
Split equally
Fifty-Fifty
What Fozzie Bear says
Wocka Wocka Wocka
"Brady Bunch" quote
Marcia, Marcia, Marcia
It's a hell of a town
New York, New York
Former UN leader
Boutros Boutros-Ghali
Son of Barney Rubble
Bamm-Bamm
Clue
Answer
Little Caesar's slogan
Pizza Pizza
Childish name for a train
Choo Choo
Hawaiian name for dolphin fish
Mahi-mahi
"Animal House" chant
Toga! Toga!
Drum kit component
Tom-tom
Burning bright, in the forests of the night
Tyger Tyger
Kingsmen song with impossible
to understand lyrics
Louie Louie
Mini golf
Putt Putt
1980's band that recorded "Rio"
Duran Duran
New York State prison
Sing Sing
German spa town
Baden-Baden
Chitty chitty ...
Bang Bang
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level 33
Nov 29, 2011
I'm sure more than 17% know the song Louie Louie. They probably just don't know who sang it.
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level 35
May 4, 2014
Never heard of the artist, never listened to the song. I'm sorry. I guess it's a regional thing.
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level 69
May 4, 2014
It's one of the most covered songs in the history of rock music. Definitely not a regional thing.
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level 71
May 6, 2014
I'm willing to bet, if you check it out on YouTube (easy to find), you'd know it. The title isn't memorable, but the music riff is probably one of the top known riffs in rock music history. It'll be like "oh... THAT song."
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level 75
Nov 20, 2017
No marching bands where I'm from though
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level 33
May 4, 2014
Yeah. Never heard of it either.
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level 13
May 4, 2014
i have no idea what that song or artists are
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level 28
Sep 16, 2015
I looked it up on YouTube and I still have no idea what it is. Maybe because I'm young?
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level 79
Apr 19, 2016
I think you need to get out of the fallout shelter and back into the world. The song has been recorded over a thousand times by groups as varied as the Beachboys, the Troggs, Otis Redding, Black Flag, Motorhead, R.E.M., Joan Jett, Barry White and the USC and Rice University marching bands. In addition, it has been used in nearly fifty films (from Animal House to American Graffitti to Mr. Holland's Opus, Old School, My Best Friend's Wedding, Friday Night Lights...) and numerous TV shows. The song has also been recognized by the Rock and Roll HoF, the Grammies, NPR, VH1, Rolling Stone and numerous others as a major song of the century. (See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louie_Louie.)
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level 42
Aug 4, 2016
How young? I'm 22 and I'd say everyone should recognise it (although I didn't know it was by Kingsmen).
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level 62
Jan 8, 2017
I checked with my kids and they said of course they know it, it's one of the most common beats/tunes you can know.
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level 76
Sep 27, 2016
I don't know it - but then, I listen almost exclusively to classical music.
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level 69
Nov 20, 2017
Fair enough. I think that anybody with a passing interest in rock music should at least recognise the song though.
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level 51
Nov 20, 2017
just looked it up and i don't recognize it at all
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level 45
Nov 20, 2017
I automatically thought of the film Kingsman and as ive never seen it I passed on it
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level 45
Nov 20, 2017
i do know the song though just not the artist
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level 72
Jun 25, 2018
Almost had a flame war over Loueye Louay.
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level 14
Dec 19, 2011
Tyger, Tyger, burning bright In the forests of the night What immortal hand or eye Can frame thy fearful symmetry... My mom used to read this to me, because of my zodiac sign (Tiger, of course!) It's by William Blake.
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level 83
Apr 29, 2014
Better than mine. As a Taurus born in the year of the rooster, all I got were lectures on how zodiacs and astrology were cock and bull...
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level 52
May 4, 2014
*Rimshot.*
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level 77
May 4, 2014
nothing but net
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level 71
May 4, 2014
It's a generational thing. The singer forgot the lyrics during the recording process, so he fudged them. Which led some Harvard students, after repeated listenings, to conclude that the lyrics referred to a human activity you couldn't describe on the radio in those days (1962). Which made it a big hit, particularly with frat houses. Or so the story goes.
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level 13
May 4, 2014
lol
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level 39
Feb 3, 2015
Brilliant, Platitude.
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level 55
May 18, 2014
Only know it because of The Mentalist lol
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level 58
May 4, 2014
Pretty sure it's Pacman that goes Wocka Wocka
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level 83
May 7, 2014
Yep, Pacman was the one who did that song for the World Cup, right?
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level 40
May 18, 2014
Very creative quiz! As a British literature teacher, I especially loved the William Blake reference! :D
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level 50
May 23, 2014
I'm ashamed of you Pacman people! Fozzie Bear says 'Wocka wocka'... Also, I don't know if it's an area thing, but I've never heard it referred to as Never Never Land except in like one book. Everywhere else I've ever seen or heard it, movies, books, anything, it's Never Land.
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level 39
Feb 3, 2015
Barrie initially called it Never Never Land in his drafts but it was changed to Never Land when it was printed.
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level 21
Jun 16, 2016
Fozzie Bear says Wakka Wakka
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level 29
May 14, 2015
I wanted "Spectacular Spectacular" to work for the Moulin Rouge dance, but I guess that is more of a scene than a dance.
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level 79
Nov 20, 2017
I thought the same thing until I remembered that it wasn't really a dance.
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level 48
Aug 6, 2015
Suggestion for this quiz: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffalo_buffalo_buffalo
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level 69
Nov 8, 2015
What star sign is a tiger
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level 76
Nov 20, 2017
Chinese zodiac.
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level 76
Dec 22, 2015
I was hoping to see "___ ___ pants on fire".
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level 21
Jun 16, 2016
Liar. You weren't hoping for that! :p
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level 66
Jun 7, 2016
Well that isn't the little Caesars slogan in Canada. Probably because one of their main competitors is called Pizza Pizza
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level 21
Jun 16, 2016
Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
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level 70
Mar 3, 2017
What you have to do in your boat to navigate it gently down the stream?
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level 41
May 17, 2017
MARCIA MARCIA MARCIA
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level 63
Nov 20, 2017
For Fozzy:
Hiya! Hiya! Hiya!
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level 68
Nov 20, 2017
Hollow point bullet.
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level 61
Sep 5, 2019
reminds me of night at the museum
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level 65
Nov 20, 2017
This is quite US centric eg Little Caesars
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level 77
Nov 20, 2017
I used to order from Little Ceasar's in Riyadh. Maybe your knowledge of the world is just very Eurocentric.
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level 51
Nov 20, 2017
Here we go again.
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level 59
Nov 20, 2017
Same old stuff again.
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level 60
Nov 20, 2017
Got stuck on "hell of a town" - couldn't ger Walla Walla (Washington) out of my mind. But loved the quiz. Is there one for palindromes yet?
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level 67
Nov 23, 2017
The schoolyard's up and the shopping mall's down.
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level 61
Nov 20, 2017
Fun quiz! I was expecting to see Bora Bora.
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level 76
Mar 28, 2018
Ditto.
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level 79
Nov 20, 2017
The clue for Boutros-Boutros Ghali should be, "What Jerry Seinfeld says when he sees Jane topless." ;)
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level 66
Nov 20, 2017
Or "goodnight" on The Fast Show! :)
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level 76
Mar 28, 2018
Yo-Yo Ma!
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level 72
Jun 25, 2018
Ali G added a third Boutros for good measure.
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level 46
Nov 20, 2017
In the movie for Peter Pan, it's Never Land. In the play, it was originally "Peter's Never Never Never Land" which became "Never Never Land." I'm pretty sure most of us are more familiar with the movie (or Jake and the Never Land Pirates). When I saw "Never Never Land" I immediately was thinking about "Enter Sandman" by Metallica.
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level 46
Nov 20, 2017
Who is Little Caesar?
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level 61
Nov 21, 2017
A fast food chain that makes incredibly bad pizza. I though Walla Walla Washington would be a shoe-in for this quiz.
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level 43
Nov 21, 2017
Hey! Not all of their pizza is bad! The deep deep dish is actually really good, and their crazy bread is awesome!
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level 61
Sep 5, 2019
I thought it was a rapper of something haha. Never heard of it and nowadays everyone calls themselves lil' this and lil' that.
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level 60
Nov 22, 2017
There's no such thing as a "dolphin fish".
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level 76
Mar 28, 2018
"The mahi-mahi or common dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) is a surface-dwelling ray-finned fish found in off-shore temperate, tropical, and subtropical waters worldwide. Also widely called dorado and dolphin, it is one of two members of the Coryphaenidae family, the other being the pompano dolphinfish." ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahi-mahi
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level 61
Sep 5, 2019
The dutch name is Gold(en) mackerel, or dorado. The english name is dolphinfish, but to avoid confusion (wich I thought would be farfetched, but apparently it is not so weird...) and people thinking real dolphins were meant, they often call it after the hawaiian mahi-mahi.

Btw when a fish was mentioned I immediately thought of mola mola (well not exactly, I knew it started with m and ended with a, but wasnt entirely certain what was the right word, tried mola but also moha and mona. Anyway the other word for sunfish (which we call moonfish haha)

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level 72
Jun 25, 2018
Sure is, had that name for a long time now.
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level 61
Sep 5, 2019
What do you mean there is no such thing. There is a fish and that is its name... so how can there be no such thing. Is your comment based on the fact that you found out dolphins and not mammals? The dolphin fish doesnt have anything to do with a dolphin (like a seahorse and a sealion dont have anything to do with a horse and a lion, it just slightly reminded he namegivers of them)
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level 30
Nov 24, 2017
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level 39
Jun 17, 2018
...crazy stuff...putt putt???...as for the US stuff, nah...i'm going to have to look for a more balanced quiz site...
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level 72
Jun 25, 2018
Yeah, because there are no internationally oriented quizzes here....
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level 61
Sep 5, 2019
We call it midgetgolf. But since the word midget doesnt exist in my language, not the way it does in english anyway, I have never associated it with small people. Midget just translated/got processed as miniature in my mind. I might never look at it the same again hah.
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level 74
Sep 23, 2018
Half-half for split equally?
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level 51
Nov 3, 2018
I thought mini golf was pitch and putt?
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level 58
Feb 16, 2019
I appreciated the "It's a hell of a town" clue. My school is doing On The Town for our musical this year, so I got that right away.
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level 61
Sep 5, 2019
Never heard of, marcia, little caesar, tyger, and kingsmen didnt mean anything to me. Though I played the song and I think i have heard it somewhere before, no idea where though, not as its song anyway, but in a movie or something i guess,

When seeing louie louie this song (brother louie from stories) actually came into my head. (or atleast, the dutch version that was used for a heineken commercial, but apparently in that case it was juli, july)