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  • Bird can’t ___
  • If you could fold a piece of paper 51 times its thickness would exceed the distance from here to ___
  • People who play the didgeridoo ___ less.
  • The man who popularised the high five has only ___ fingers.
  • Vanilla is more expensive than ___
  • The British eat more ___ than the French.
  • The Bank of America was originally called the Bank of ___
  • Chilli peppers taste ___ in space than on Earth
  • 64% of Americans prefer their ___’s company to their partner’s
  • In 2017 a Brazilian great-gandmother discovered the figure of St Anthony that she’s prayed to for years was actually an ___ from The ___ of the ____.
  • A book by George H.W. Bush’s ___ spent 23 weeks on the US bestseller list
  • A clock’s ___ hand is really its ___ hand
  • Nobody known who invented the ___ _____. The patent records were destroyed in a fire.
  • Most orangutans are left-handed but most ____ and chimpanzees are right-handed
  • By 2050 the ___ in the world’s oceans will outweight the fish
  • 1% of all th etimber sold in the world is bought by
  • Orangutans like playing with ___ but gorillas do not.
  • Spiders tune their webs like ___
  • Prince Charles wants to reduce grey squirrel numbers by feeding them contraceptives hidden in ___
  • In the French Harry Potter books Voldemort’s middle name is ____
  • A beer tap on a plane would dispense only ___.
  • All the ___ on Earth store just ten minutes of the world’s electricity needs.
  • In 1973 the entire ___ consisted of only 43 computers
  • 15% of the ___ on the New York subway contains human ___
  • No one ___ in the Bible
  • Elvis wore ____ _____ ____ to his senior prom
  • The average person makes 35 000 ___ a day
  • A male ___ can make a female ovulate by barking at her.
  • Since 1990 more people have been killed by _ than by sharks
  • In the 1980s Nissan’s talking cars used tiny
  • The average person has 13
  • Octopuses with their arms
  • Mice up to forty times an hour
  • In 2010 Fiji lost its original Declaration of Independence and had to ask?
  • The photons hitting your _ right now were passing Mercury five minutes ago
  • In China Pretty Woman became?
  • The Serbian for pride means _ in Russian
  • Drug-addicted _ are depleting India’s opium crop
  • The word Xmas in use before the word
  • The award ceremony for _ writers is called The Grimmies
  • Cinema audiences _ in unison
  • Object viewed from between the legs look _
  • More than half of the Earth’s surface is not subject to any _
  • If we could extend our lives indefinitely we’d still die but in an _ at an average age of 1200
  • In Venezuela cost the equivalent of œ80000 each
  • Sabrage is a technique for opening _ with a cavalry sword
  • 31% of Chinese tourists pack instant _ when they travel
  • Bees can be taught to play _
  • The US’s ninth-largest brewery has made a new beer from recycled _ water
  • Collectively Americans take 300000 years to do their _ every year
  • In the Fula language of West and Central Africa a computer crash is a known as a hooki which means a _ falling over but not dying
  • British children can be held responsible for crimes from age of 10 but can’t own a _ until they’re 16
  • St.Jerome forbade nuns to eat _ because of the widespread belief that they excited the genitals of woman
  • Leopard urine smells like
  • All mammals regardless of size take twelve seconds to _
  • An Italian estate agent was the inspiration for the handsome sadistic hero of __
  • In Sweden you can buy __ called Krapp
  • Houses in Vermont have windows that are slanted diagonally to stop __ getting in
  • The hollow bit in the top of a brick is called a
  • There is no word in English which rhymes with
  • Barack Obama has an irrational fear of
  • Every year consume more food than whales
  • Mahatma Gandhi Pires Marlon Brando da Silveira John Lennon Silva Santos and Yago Pikachu are all
  • Buddha was not
  • The point of the is called the pogonion
  • Dies every 14 days
  • Scientist have found a way to grow human ears on
  • Sharks are older than
  • Dairy cows in Norway must have a __ to lie down on
  • In Switzerland it is illegal to keep just one
  • Britain exports to China
  • When we blush our __ goes red too
  • Bouvet Island in Norway is so __ that after it was discovered in 1739 it was lost again for another 69 years
  • Invented the word hello
  • 225 Canadian __ die every year while urinating over the side of their boat
  • Prince Philip was born on a __ in Corfu
  • A group of __ is called a loveliness
  • Hyperthymesia is the inability to ever __ anything
  • Human __ begins to degenerate at 55 years old
  • French tennis player Suzanne Lenglen drank __ between sets but won 98% of her games
  • You can make human heart tissue from
  • Emma Martina Luigia Morano the world’s oldest person when she died at 117 outlived 90 Italian
  • Kangaroos keep cool by licking their
  • The North American mosquito fish can count up to
  • Britons use the __ emoji twice as often as any other nationality
  • Tanzanians scare off elephants by bombarding them with condoms filled with
  • The Spartans washed newborn babies in
  • Korobikobou is Japanese police slang for deliberately bumping into a suspect and then arresting them for
  • Entopreneurs are people who farm new types of __ insect
  • in the 17th century Greek monks thought that tobacco was the __ of Satan
  • Test tube babies thrive if played __ 24 hours a day
  • Iceland imports
  • At the launch of the first __ in the US the crowds had to be restrained by riot police
  • Arizona has a population of none
  • In the Second World War it was illegal to post __ patterns abroad in case they contained coded
  • Humans have spent longer playing the game World of __ than they have existed as a species separate from __ 5.93 million years
  • Monks __ are popular __ in Argentina
  • Rapper Tupac Shakur was a former
  • When the first Egyptian Pyramids were built __ still roamed the Earth
  • 47 species of fungus live inside
  • In ancient China __ fur was used for __ towels
  • South Korean __ sold to the Russian police in Siberia have proved to be useless because they don’t like the cold
  • A tiger’s tongue is so rough that if it licked your __ it would draw blood
  • Can last two years between meals
  • In Japan police carry massive __ to roll up __ in
  • All but one of the ravens at the Tower of London died from __ during the Blitz
  • is the genre of music least likely to be played in the bedroom
  • 35 are reported in Britain each year
  • Spiders can survive for hours __ by entering a __ coma
  • The amount of money you get at the start of __ – fifteen thousand pounds – is the current average monthly __ in central London
  • Women were discouraged from __ in the 19th century as doctors warned they were susceptible to __ face
  • When it gets hot normally carnivorous __ become vegetarian
  • Astronauts’ helmets contain a small piece of __ so they can scratch their noses
  • A swede born with a silver spoon in their mouth is said to have slid in on a
  • When Edwin Beard Budding invented the __ he tested it at night so no one would think he was mad
  • Serbia is home to the World __ Cooking Championship
  • The US embassy in Kathmandu has guidelines on what to do if a __ is found
  • Lou Reed once played a __ just for __
  • There are 5.9 __ in the __ of a British postage stamp
  • Mark Twain once said he wanted to dig up Jane Austen and beat her over the skull with her own
  • The __ squid is faster than Usain Bolt
  • can see daylight 45 minutes before humans can
  • can have its brain removed chopped shuffled minced put back in again and still function as normal
  • Whoopi Goldberg get her nickname from her childhood
  • IKEA __ have Swedish name its __ have Danish names and its __ have Norwegian names
  • During the rainy seasons the sloth’s __ slows down so much that it can __ death on a full stomach
  • When __ burns it produces poisonous hydrogen cyanide gas
  • Flor de Guia __ from the Canary Islands must only be made by __ otherwise it is not considered the genuine article
  • There is a group of chimpanzees in __ who wear a blade of __ in their left ear as a statement
  • and __ both use goats to trim their __
  • The Ancient Egyptian word for cat was pronounced
  • Washington and __ Jefferson didn’t let __ Franklin draft the US constitution because they thought he might put __ in
  • Alethal dose of __ is about 50 double __
  • The Romans used powdered __ brains as toothpaste
  • Otters were bigger than __ six million years ago
  • In 19th-century America roads were paved with __ shells
  • Wabbit is Scots for __ or slightly unwell
  • In 2012 thieves in the Czech Republic stole a 10-tonne railway bridge claiming they were clearing the way for a
  • More people visit __ than any other country on Earth
  • Wig-__ was a common crime in 18th-century England
  • The world’s largest __ was twice the size of a __ court
  • Eight billion particles of __ can fit into a teaspoon
  • In 2016 a new species of ant was discovered after it was vomited up by a
  • Donald Trump uses double-sided sticky tape to hold his __ in place
  • Head lice lay eggs to match your __ color
  • To treat mites beekeepers dust their bees with
  • A 17th-century Scottish __ on having __ out of wedlock was called buttock mail
  • More than a third of the 8.5 million dogs in Britain are
  • The king of Rwanda lives in a __ in Manchester in England
  • In 2013 American competitive eater Joey Chestnut ate 141 __ in eight minutes
  • The mathematics that makes Wi-fi possible was developed by a team of physicists looking for tiny
  • Tuna are more closely related to __ than to __
  • Smelts are fish that smell of __
  • The McDonald’s __ was invented for __ who couldn’t eat meat on __
  • At the 1968 Olympics Bob Beamon broke the world long jump record by so much they had to find another
  • comes from an old French word meaning hypocritical
  • Each year __ baron Pablo __ had to write off 10% of his __ holdings because of __ nibbling away at his huge stash of bank notes
  • It takes 52 __ of __ to make a cup of tea with milk and two sugars
  • 60% of people eating __ bite the ears off first
  • According to a study in Ethiopia you can avoid catching malaria by carrying a __ at all times
  • The Orkney Islands are as close to __ as they are to __ in Scotland
  • In 2016 for the first time ever more electricity was produced in the UK by __ than by
  • In 1888 __ as big as oranges fell in India
  • If a __ puts on 11 lb in weight it can add 0.2 seconds to their __ time
  • The first animal to be ejected from a supersonic jet with a parachute was a
  • If you stood on top of a __ on the Moon and fired a gun at the horizon you could shoot yourself in the back
  • There are 1111 museums in
  • confused people at first. One headache sufferer strapped a tablet to his
  • 70% of __ are never seen by humans
  • Roman women donated their hair for use as military __ elastic
  • 1 in 5 children’s __ sets and __ figures in the UK are bought by adults for their own use
  • More than 200 __ in Britain are at least 100 years old
  • Three-quarters of all ocean creatures __ in the dark
  • John Dollond of Dollond & Aitchison invented __ for
  • J.R.R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis went to the cinema together to see __ and the __ but didn’t enjoy it
  • Hot Beef was Victorian rhyming slang for Stop
  • Liu Bang founder of the Chinese Han dynasty hated Confucians so much that whenever he saw one he would __ into his
  • adjust their buoyancy through controlled flatulence
  • Vegetarians __ nicer than people who eat meat
  • Riding a roller coaster can help patients to expel their
  • The highest point in Mauritania cannot be found with a ___ due to ___ rocks
  • An effigy of the __ stuffed with live ___ was burned at the coronation of Elizabeth I
  • People eating popcorn remember ___ less
  • Ostriches are the only birds with a ___
  • ALL RSPCA inspectors must be able to ___ 50 metres fully ___ in 25 minutes
  • Washing machines in India have a special mode for dealing with ___ ___
  • ___ __ wrote speeches for Franklin D Roosvelt
  • Rectangular ___ are safer than round ones
  • Croatia has a 210-foot-long musical ___ organ which is played by the ___
  • In 2017 six Chinese officials were punished for falling asleep in a meeting about how to motivate ____ bureaucrats
  • Renaissance women removed their __ ___ with arsenic
  • Only six people are qualified to raise or lower ___ ___ in London
  • All the ___ of Enrique Iglesias are on the opposite side of his body to normal
  • Dangerous maritime goods include pistachios almonds walnuts hazelnuts Brazil nuts and peanuts because they can all ___-___ and spontaneously ___
  • The first man to use ___ in London was pelted with rubbish
  • When dinosaurs roamed the Earth __ were only 23 ___ long
  • There are 600 000 ___ In Britain
  • Natural history museums use teams of ___ to clean the ___ off specimens
  • Children under three years old cannot imagine the ___
  • ___ whoop when they bump into each other
  • The Hebridean island of Barra has the only ___ in the world that uses a beach as a ___
  • Playing __ with the ___ is an Icelandic euphemism for having a ___
  • The Milky Way produces nine trillion kilos of ___ every second
  • Ants communicate by sharing __
  • Ancient Japan had 72 __ lasting around __ days each
  • newest moon is called Peggy
  • Italian scientists have grown strawberries in __ on the seabed
  • The ‘mas’ in Christmas means ‘__’
  • The first __ in Antarctica didn’t work because it kept __
  • The German aristocrat who invented __ wine also invented an __ sorbet
  • Ed Sheeran can fit 55 __ into his mouth
  • In Denmark if you’re __ at 25 your friends will ambush you with a __ shower
  • The synthetic drug spice was originally developed as a __ for __ trees
  • uses a different part of the brain to other speech
  • The Roman consul Crassus loved his pet __ so much he bought it __ and __
  • ___always knock on the door before __ into a house
  • Inuit people made __ from walrus penises
  • Sandra an __ in Buenos Aires Zoo is the first non-human to become a legal __
  • A throttlebottom is an inept __
  • The Queen has a personal __ who plays outside her window for 15 minutes each morning
  • CERN has an animal __ for computer __
  • One of the world’s first __ was Squee the __ built in 1951
  • Male __ bring less food back to the nest if their partner has been __
  • In 1983 the Spanish town of Lijar ended its 100-year war with France due to ‘the __ of the French’
  • Dolphins provide __ services
  • Julius Caesar wanted to ban __ from holding __
  • Ancient Egyptian __ were not allowed to eat __ in case it boosted their libido
  • Norwegian __ display the __ under a UV light
  • Bach wrote a __ about __
  • In northern Italy __ is acceptable as __ on a bank __
  • The smallest __ ever made weighs less than a smartphone
  • The spiders used in Spider-Man and Arachnophobia were __ spiders and completely __
  • 1 in 100 Americans work for __
  • The first editorial assistant to work on the __ was sacked for industrial espionage
  • The world’s most popular __ is called Snow and is virtually unknown outside __
  • During the Second World War Women’s Institutes played ‘__ the Mustache on __’
  • After shaking __ most people unwittingly __ their __
  • Secret agents have to be trained to __ their advanced __ courses
  • Octopuses spend 3% of their time __
  • More than 2400 __ have been detonated since 1945
  • 25% of Americans think __ decides who wins the __
  • To visit every child in the world Santa would need to travel at 3000 times the __ of __
  • Most of the __ in the Caribbean is made of __ fish __
  • Birds can tell what the __ are on __
  • The US State Department is located in __
  • The Romans used __ to clean their __
  • heats the surrounding air to temperatures five times hotter than the __ of the __
  • In 2004 a pine tree planted in memory of George __ died after an infestation of __
  • is Scots for poke with the nose
  • Vitamin B6 helps you remember __
  • In 1987 Richard Nixon’s wife predicted that ___ ___ would one day become the ___
  • Inemuri or ___ ___ in public is considered a sign of diligence in Japanese employees
  • In 2008 thieves in Jamaica stole an entire ___
  • The Icelandic word used for ___ ___ translated as Blackhead
  • In the 17th century migrating birds were thought to go to the ___ for ___
  • Exoplanet HAT-P-7b has __ made of liquid ___
  • 60% of the world’s ___ decorations are made in a single town in __
  • Kindergarten children in Alaska are taught how to butcher a ___
  • Kafka wanted to write ___ ___ guides but couldn’t find anyone to fund them
  • The word confetti comes from the Italian for ___ ____
  • In 2017 the original Bramley __ ___ was still living at 207 years old
  • Swearing on the Bible is theologically problematic as the ___ ___ forbids the talking of ___
  • In the 14th century the name ___ was a mild swear word
  • Tyrannosaurus rex had a sensitive ____ as it was probably used for __
  • Golfers in Coober Pedy Australia use ___-__-the- ___ balls because it’s so hot by day that everyone plays at night
  • The word ___ replaced an Old English word that literally meant ___-___
  • Voice dystonia is the inability to ___ to other people
  • Malmo Sweden has two tiny ___ for ___
  • ____ is successful only 8 % of the time
  • It takes 60 nests worth of __ down to fill a ___
  • In 1875 the Royal Navy erased 123 ___ from their charts because they didn’t ___
  • The happiest country in the world is ___ ___
  • 600 million years ago the Earth’s __ were ___
  • Your __ dries out as you age
  • In 168 BC the only tradesmen in Rome who were not slaves were ___
  • Male cockatoos use ___ __ to attract mates
  • The US Department of Defense still uses 8-inch ___ disks
  • Parliamentary elections in ___ are three times as likely to be won by politicians ___ of ___ serious ____
  • The pom-pom crab carries ___ __ in its claws and waves them around when threatened
  • Baijing has three million ___ that are looked after by robot __
  • Traces of ___ and ___ have been found on the teeth of Neanderthals
  • Naked ______ can survive for 18 minutes without oxygen by turning themselves into_____
  • In seven US states you can_____ your_____after you’ve_____it
  • Smooth-fan lobsters travel inside_____and_____them as they go
  • 73% of people who are allergic to _____are also allergic to_______
  • _____in Chile’s Atacam Desert has 100 times the safe level of______ but local people have evolved to process it
  • During the Second World War British pilots carried_____ _______infused with_____in case they were shot down and needed to make
  • Because of the way their eyes are positioned_____can’t see the____
  • In medieval England you could be made an_____if you failed to turn up to_____ five times in a row
  • _____can diagnose tuberculosis faster than______
  • You can buy_____that smell of _____Play-Doh
  • Before the inventions of________cabins all______passengers had to wear oxygen masks
  • Japanese_______protect the pale flesh of______ from sunburn by putting small hats on them
  • The ______ _____was invented in 1977
  • _______makes your skin smell of freshly baked_____
  • Tchaikovsky wanted his 1812 Overture to be played with live_____
  • ______may not enter or leave Tajikistan without written permission from the Ministry of Culture
  • The Playboy Mansion has the second-largest residential _____ _____in the US
  • The Moon has been collecting tiny bits of the ______for thre billion years
  • Collectively humans have watched Adam______movies on_______for longer than civilisation has existed
  • The world record for keeping a ______ aloft is seven and a half days
  • The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery is the first non-_______ book to be translated into 300 languages
  • Swordish secrete____ from their______to smooth their passage through the water
  • In 2017an Australian MP______ so hard at the US TV show Veep he_______ himself out
  • The US Constiturion is kept in an________ ___________ vault
  • The world’s highest concentration of peregrine falcons is in ____ __________
  • In Alabama it is illegal to wear a ______ ________ that causes laughter in church
  • Popes John I John X John XI and John XIV all died in______
  • On the first day of filming Colin Farrell always wears his lucky _________-patterned _______
  • The Chinese buy more______ _____than everyone else in the world combined
  • Alexander Graham Bell’s Ear Phonautograph was a recording device using a real human ____from a _____
  • It takes 18 people 900 hours to put out the _________for the Oscars
  • The only_____in Einstein’s physics class at Zurich Polytechnic ______him
  • The world’s tallest church is being eroded by men________on it
  • In 2017 British doctors found 27 lost ______ _____ in a patient’s eye
  • The first named individual in history was an____________
  • In space you can____but your won’t______ fall they just puddle up under your eyes
  • Sheep-creeps are low square openings in drystone walls that let______ in but keep_____ out
  • In 1966 the Chinese press claimed Chairman Mao______ nine miles down the Yangtze in 65 minutes making him twice as fast as____________
  • George Orwell said beer was best drunk out of ________ ____
  • The fashion for heavily oiled _____in Victorian times is the reason for headrest cloths on____
  • The Hobbit contains only one isntance of the word ‘____’
  • Gamblers in Japan are only allowed to bet on_____ ______or ______races
  • The location of the ________set was so secret that had visitors to be blindfolded
  • Eleven Men and a ___ was the Brazilian version of Ocean’s Eleven
  • Self-driving Volvos avoid deer elk and caribou but don’t recognise ____
  • In Greek mythology Odysseus escapes the ___ by hiding under a sheep. In the Apache version he hides in the ___ of a buffalo.
  • ___ cannot be farmed organically
  • The cheapest ___ in the world can be found in Egypt
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