According to a survey, most household accidents involve THIS item. What is it?
The Answer: Area Rugs.
According to research, THIS happens 3 million times a minute. What is it?
The Answer: Someone likes something on Facebook.
Most Americans say THIS is the #1 thing they have too many of in their house. What is it?
The Answer: Clothes Hangers.
Every single day, 1 in 5 of us will forget THIS. What is it?
The Answer: The day of the week.
Nearly one in five Americans say this is one of their favorite things about spring. What is it?
ANSWER: Cleaning their homes. 18 percent pick that task, and 35 percent like gardening.
Half of U.S. population has one of these, and 2/3 of those who have it, hate it. What is it?
The Answer: A nickname.
30% of American women haven’t done THIS (even once) in last 5 years…Even though they use to do it every year, about this time of the year.... What is it?
You are more likely to do this at night in your 40's and 50's than your 20's… What is it?
The Answer: Sleep naked.
Most of us do it once a week, but 10% claim they do it every day… What is it?
The Answer: Vacuum.
According to a survey 1/3 of us won’t go anywhere unless we have this… What is it?
The Answer: Gum.
According to a new USA Today survey, two thirds of Americans plan to do this good deed -- someday. What is it?
ANSWER: Donate their organs.
About one in six drivers have one of these in the car right now -- although they probably shouldn't. What is it?
ANSWER: A lit warning light on the dashboard.
According to a new USA Today survey, 97 percent of us say it's "very important" to do this -- but one in four forget on a regular basis. What is it?
ANSWER: Wash our hands after using the bathroom.
40% of women say that a man who wears THIS, looks uncool… What is it?
The Answer: Bluetooth in their ear.
According to a survey, this is the #1 thing people in the office argue about. What is it?
The Answer: The Temperature.
Nearly one in five of us fake this on a regular basis. What is it?
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
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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.
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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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