50% of the people who bought a mini-van this year, have THIS in common… What is it?
The Answer: They have no children.
According to a recent survey of more than 1000 women, 40 percent have intentionally spent money on this useless item. What is it?
ANSWER: A pair of shoes that doesn't fit.
44% of women want to receive this on Valentine's Day?
ANSWER: A handwritten love note.
According to the Census Bureau, women own about 10 million of these in the U.S. What are they?
ANSWER: Businesses. In 2007, that number was fewer than 8 million.
A new YAHOO survey says 5% of people like to do THIS after a bad day....What?
ANSWER: Eat Mac and Cheese
On a Monday, people are more likely to search Google for THIS than on any other day of the week….What is it?
The Answer: Health Related Info/Being Sick.
According to a Burst Media survey, seven percent of us will do this on Super Bowl Sunday. What is it?
ANSWER: DVR the big game to watch it later.
On average each American Household, 3 of THESE will go missing each year...
What are they?
A survey by Wakefield Research finds that 92% of women say THIS is the most important accessory a bride can showcase on her wedding day.
ANSWER: A SMILE!
60% of people say THIS was their favorite thing to play with as a kid. What is it?
The Answer: A Cardboard box.
According to a study by health experts, only 16% of Americans do what correctly?
The Answer; Wash their hands.
According to a recent survey, 40% of work email is about this… What is it?
The Answer: Getting another job.
According to a survey, THIS is the #1 snack food on road trips in the U.S. What is it?
The Answer: Beef Jerky.
Most of us own one of these items -- which cost about 90 percent less than they did when they first hit the market. What are they?
ANSWER: Microwave ovens. The first models cost $1300 back in 1955. That's about $11,000 when you adjust for inflation.
The average single woman does this every two-and-a-half weeks, while the typical single man does it once every three-and-a-half months. What is it?
ANSWER: Change their bedsheets.
The rent here hasn't gone up since 1935 -- which is a pretty good deal. Where is it?
ANSWER: A Monopoly board. The prices have remained the same since the game was introduced.
Many historians believe this Christmas tradition started in the Great Depression. What is it?
ANSWER: Leaving out cookies and milk for Santa. Some say kids did it to try to bribe Santa, but others believe parents used the gesture as a lesson about sharing with those in need.
61 percent of women and 43 percent of men will use this money-saving trick this holiday season. What is it?
ANSWER: Re-using gift wrapping paper.
The I.R.S. estimates that about 8000 people work at this job in the United States. What is it?
ANSWER: Department store or shopping mall Santa. The median income for a Kris Kringle is about $10,000.
When you buy one of THESE at the holidays, it's at least 10 years old. What is it?
The Answer: A Christmas Tree.
50% of people say THIS is what they "re-gift" most often… What is it?
The Answer: A Picture Frame
Congrats Mary Cain! .
The average American changes out THIS household item once a year. What is it?
The Answer: Their Pillow.
According to a new USA Today survey, 78 percent of us will do this while holiday shopping. What is it?
ANSWER: Go over the budget we set. The average over-spend is $218.
When people own one of THESE, they're 40% less likely to have a heart attack… What is it? The Answer: A Cat.
CONGRATULATIONS DAVID STAHL!
This will be on the dinner table for about eight percent of us on Christmas Day. What is it?
ANSWER: A check. About one in 12 Americans will eat in a restaurant on Christmas.
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