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"365 AMAZING TRIVIA FACTS FOR 2012"

Source: Page-A-Day / Workman Publishing

Every Tuesday is a Trivia Tuesday on AmericaJR.com!!

THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS

1. What 2004 film featured a 750-pound, 13-foot-tall replica of TV's Baywatch star David Hasselhoff?

2. What do Americans call the symbol--often used in e-mails--that is known as "little snail" in France, "little duck" in Greence, and "monkey's tail" in Germany?

3. What is unusual about the eggs of the seabird known as the guillemot?

4. What is the most commonly fractured bone in the human body?

5. When the phrase "Mr. Nice Guy" first appeared in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1957, what popular singer was cited as the first example?

THIS WEEK'S ANSWERS

1. The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, in which Hasselhoff, in the flesh, and his replica rescue the animated TV hero and his pal Patrick Star.

2. The "at sign"--@.

3. They are pear-shaped, which is fortunate because the guillemot nests on steep cliffs and lays its eggs on bare rock.

4. The clavicle--or collar bone--which connects the breastbone (sternum) to the shoulder blade (scapula).

5. Perry Como, who was widely known by the nickname Mr. Nice Guy.

 

 

 

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