GetFact Answers and Solutions – An Interesting game by Four Letter Works

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GetFact

GetFact is the latest game we are reviewing for the month of March and we would add some answers and solutions to make it a bit interesting. This game is all about revealing hidden words of each level, it can be a part of phrase or some interesting fact. Developed by Four Letter Works the game kept us awake all night and we had to search through Google to cheat through many levels. Hence we have decided to make a consolidated page containing answers to all the levels. It covers some insane facts across wide range of topics and there are around 1000 levels. Here you go,

1 – Bird can’t ___ BURP
2 – If you could fold a piece of paper 51 times its thickness would exceed the distance from here to ___ SUN
3 – People who play the didgeridoo ___ less. SNORE
4 – The man who popularised the high five has only ___ fingers. FOUR
5 – Vanilla is more expensive than ___ SILVER
6 – The British eat more ___ than the French. ONIONS
7 – The Bank of America was originally called the Bank of ___ ITALY
8 – Chilli peppers taste ___ in space than on Earth MILDER
9 – 64% of Americans prefer their ___’s company to their partner’s CAT
10 – 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 ____. ELF-LORD-RINGS
11 -A book by George H.W. Bush’s ___ spent 23 weeks on the US bestseller list DOG
12 -A clock’s ___ hand is really its ___ hand SECOND-THIRD
13 -Nobody known who invented the ___ _____. The patent records were destroyed in a fire. FIRE-HYDRANT
14 -Most orangutans are left-handed but most ____ and chimpanzees are right-handed GORILLAS
15 -By 2050 the ___ in the world’s oceans will outweight the fish PLASTIC
16 -1% of all th etimber sold in the world is bought by IKEA
17 -Orangutans like playing with ___ but gorillas do not. IPADS
18 -Spiders tune their webs like ___ GUITARS
19 -Prince Charles wants to reduce grey squirrel numbers by feeding them contraceptives hidden in ___ NUTELLA
20 -In the French Harry Potter books Voldemort’s middle name is ____ ELVIS
21 -A beer tap on a plane would dispense only ___. FOAM
22 -All the ___ on Earth store just ten minutes of the world’s electricity needs. BATTERIES
23 -In 1973 the entire ___ consisted of only 43 computers INTERNET
24 -15% of the ___ on the New York subway contains human ___ AIR-SKIN
25 -No one ___ in the Bible SMILES
26 -Elvis wore ____ _____ ____ to his senior prom BLUE-SUEDE-SHOES
27 -The average person makes 35 000 ___ a day DECISIONS
28 -A male ___ can make a female ovulate by barking at her. CHEETAH
29 -Since 1990 more people have been killed by _ than by sharks SANDCASTLES
30 -In the 1980s Nissan’s talking cars used tiny VINYL RECORDS
31 -The average person has 13 SECRETS
32 -Octopuses with their arms SMELL
33 -Mice up to forty times an hour SIGH
34 -In 2010 Fiji lost its original Declaration of Independence and had to ask? BRITAIN PHOTOCOPY
35 -The photons hitting your _ right now were passing Mercury five minutes ago RETINA
36 -In China Pretty Woman became? MARRY-SAVE-MONEY
37 -The Serbian for pride means _ in Russian DIARRHOEA
38 -Drug-addicted _ are depleting India’s opium crop PARROTS
39 -The word Xmas in use before the word CHRISTMAS
40 -The award ceremony for _ writers is called The Grimmies OBITUARY
41 -Cinema audiences _ in unison BLINK
42 -Object viewed from between the legs look _ SMALLER
43 -More than half of the Earth’s surface is not subject to any _ NATION’S-LAWS
44 -If we could extend our lives indefinitely we’d still die but in an _ at an average age of 1200 ACCIDENT
45 -In Venezuela cost the equivalent of Å“80000 each IPHONES
46 -Sabrage is a technique for opening _ with a cavalry sword CHAMPAGNE
47 -31% of Chinese tourists pack instant _ when they travel NOODLES
48 -Bees can be taught to play _ FOOTBALL
49 -The US’s ninth-largest brewery has made a new beer from recycled _ water SEWAGE
50 -Collectively Americans take 300000 years to do their _ every year TAX-RETURNS
51 -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 COW
52 -British children can be held responsible for crimes from age of 10 but can’t own a _ until they’re 16 GOLDFISH
53 -St.Jerome forbade nuns to eat _ because of the widespread belief that they excited the genitals of woman BEANS
54 -Leopard urine smells like POPCORN
55 -All mammals regardless of size take twelve seconds to _ DEFECATE
56 -An Italian estate agent was the inspiration for the handsome sadistic hero of __ – GetFact FIFTY-SHADES-GREY
57 -In Sweden you can buy __ called Krapp – GetFact TOILET PAPER
58 -Houses in Vermont have windows that are slanted diagonally to stop __ getting in – GetFact WITCHES
59 -The hollow bit in the top of a brick is called a – GetFact FROG
60 -There is no word in English which rhymes with – GetFact PINT
61 -Barack Obama has an irrational fear of – GetFact SNOWMEN
62 -Every year consume more food than whales – GetFact SPIDERS
63 -Mahatma Gandhi Pires Marlon Brando da Silveira John Lennon Silva Santos and Yago Pikachu are all – GetFact BRAZILIAN FOOTBALLERS
64 -Buddha was not – GetFact FAT
65 -The point of the is called the pogonion – GetFact CHIN
66 -Dies every 14 days – GetFact LANGUAGE
67 -Scientist have found a way to grow human ears on – GetFact APPLES
68 -Sharks are older than – GetFact TREES
69 -Dairy cows in Norway must have a __ to lie down on – GetFact MATTRESS
70 -In Switzerland it is illegal to keep just one – GetFact GUINEA PIG
71 -Britain exports to China – GetFact DEER TESTICLES
72 -When we blush our __ goes red too – GetFact STOMACH LINING
73 -Bouvet Island in Norway is so __ that after it was discovered in 1739 it was lost again for another 69 years – GetFact REMOTE
74 -Invented the word hello – GetFact THOMAS EDISON
75 -225 Canadian __ die every year while urinating over the side of their boat – GetFact FISHERMEN
76 -Prince Philip was born on a __ in Corfu – GetFact KITCHEN TABLE
77 -A group of __ is called a loveliness – GetFact LADYBIRDS
78 -Hyperthymesia is the inability to ever __ anything – GetFact FORGET
79 -Human __ begins to degenerate at 55 years old – GetFact DNA
80 -French tennis player Suzanne Lenglen drank __ between sets but won 98% of her games – GetFact BRANDY
81 -You can make human heart tissue from – GetFact SPINACH
82 -Emma Martina Luigia Morano the world’s oldest person when she died at 117 outlived 90 Italian – GetFact GOVERNMENTS
83 -Kangaroos keep cool by licking their – GetFact FOREARMS
84 -The North American mosquito fish can count up to – GetFact FOUR
85 -Britons use the __ emoji twice as often as any other nationality – GetFact WINKING
86 -Tanzanians scare off elephants by bombarding them with condoms filled with – GetFact CHILLI POWDER
87 -The Spartans washed newborn babies in – GetFact WINE
88 -Korobikobou is Japanese police slang for deliberately bumping into a suspect and then arresting them for – GetFact OBSTRUCTION
89 -Entopreneurs are people who farm new types of __ insect – GetFact EDIBLE
90 -in the 17th century Greek monks thought that tobacco was the __ of Satan – GetFact EXCREMENT
91 -Test tube babies thrive if played __ 24 hours a day – GetFact TECHNO MUSIC
92 -Iceland imports – GetFact ICE CUBES
93 -At the launch of the first __ in the US the crowds had to be restrained by riot police – GetFact BALLPOINT PEN
94 -Arizona has a population of none – GetFact NOTHING
95 -In the Second World War it was illegal to post __ patterns abroad in case they contained coded – GetFact KNITTING-MESSAGES
96 -Humans have spent longer playing the game World of __ than they have existed as a species separate from __ 5.93 million years – GetFact WARCRAFT-CHIMPANZEES
97 -Monks __ are popular __ in Argentina – GetFact BALLS-PASTRIES
98 -Rapper Tupac Shakur was a former – GetFact BALLET DANCER
99 -When the first Egyptian Pyramids were built __ still roamed the Earth – GetFact WOLLY MAMMOTHS
100 – 47 species of fungus live inside – GetFact PILLOWS
101 – In ancient China __ fur was used for __ towels – GetFact PANDA-SANITARY
102 – South Korean __ sold to the Russian police in Siberia have proved to be useless because they don’t like the cold – GetFact SNIFFER DOGS
103 – A tiger’s tongue is so rough that if it licked your __ it would draw blood – GetFact HAND
104 – Can last two years between meals – GetFact TARANTULAS
105 – In Japan police carry massive __ to roll up __ in – GetFact FUTONS-DRUNKS
106 – All but one of the ravens at the Tower of London died from __ during the Blitz – GetFact STRESS
107 – is the genre of music least likely to be played in the bedroom – GetFact MUSICAL THEATRE
108 – 35 are reported in Britain each year – GetFact TORNADOES
109 – Spiders can survive for hours __ by entering a __ coma – GetFact UNDERWATER-SELF INDUCED
110 – The amount of money you get at the start of __ – fifteen thousand pounds – is the current average monthly __ in central London – GetFact MONOPOLY-RENT
111 – Women were discouraged from __ in the 19th century as doctors warned they were susceptible to __ face – GetFact CYCLING-BICYCLE
112 – When it gets hot normally carnivorous __ become vegetarian – GetFact TADPOLES
113 – Astronauts’ helmets contain a small piece of __ so they can scratch their noses VELCRO
114 – A swede born with a silver spoon in their mouth is said to have slid in on a SHRIMP SANDWICH
115 – When Edwin Beard Budding invented the __ he tested it at night so no one would think he was mad LAWNMOWER
116 – Serbia is home to the World __ Cooking Championship TESTICLE
117 – The US embassy in Kathmandu has guidelines on what to do if a __ is found YETI
118 – Lou Reed once played a __ just for __ GIG-DOGS
119 – There are 5.9 __ in the __ of a British postage stamp CALORIES-GLUE
120 – Mark Twain once said he wanted to dig up Jane Austen and beat her over the skull with her own SHIN BONE
121 – The __ squid is faster than Usain Bolt NEON-FLYING
122 – can see daylight 45 minutes before humans can CHICKENS
123 – can have its brain removed chopped shuffled minced put back in again and still function as normal SALAMANDER
124 – Whoopi Goldberg get her nickname from her childhood FLATULENCE
125 – IKEA __ have Swedish name its __ have Danish names and its __ have Norwegian names SOFAS-RUGS-BEDS
126 – During the rainy seasons the sloth’s __ slows down so much that it can __ death on a full stomach METABOLISM-STARVE
127 – When __ burns it produces poisonous hydrogen cyanide gas SILK
128 – Flor de Guia __ from the Canary Islands must only be made by __ otherwise it is not considered the genuine article CHEESE-WOMEN
129 – There is a group of chimpanzees in __ who wear a blade of __ in their left ear as a statement ZAMBIA-GRASS-FASHION
130 – and __ both use goats to trim their __ GOOGLE-YAHOO-LAWNS
131 – The Ancient Egyptian word for cat was pronounced MIAOW
132 – Washington and __ Jefferson didn’t let __ Franklin draft the US constitution because they thought he might put __ in GEORGE-THOMAS-BENJAMIN-JOKES
133 – Alethal dose of __ is about 50 double __ CAFFEINE-ESPRESSOS
134 – The Romans used powdered __ brains as toothpaste MOUSE
135 – Otters were bigger than __ six million years ago LEOPARDS
136 – In 19th-century America roads were paved with __ shells OYSTER
137 – Wabbit is Scots for __ or slightly unwell EXHAUSTED
138 – In 2012 thieves in the Czech Republic stole a 10-tonne railway bridge claiming they were clearing the way for a CYCLE PATH
139 – More people visit __ than any other country on Earth FRANCE
140 – Wig-__ was a common crime in 18th-century England SNATCHING
141 – The world’s largest __ was twice the size of a __ court PIZZA-TENNIS
142 – Eight billion particles of __ can fit into a teaspoon FOG
143 – In 2016 a new species of ant was discovered after it was vomited up by a FROG
144 – Donald Trump uses double-sided sticky tape to hold his __ in place TIE
145 – Head lice lay eggs to match your __ color HAIR
146 – To treat mites beekeepers dust their bees with SUGAR
147 – A 17th-century Scottish __ on having __ out of wedlock was called buttock mail TAX-SE*
148 – More than a third of the 8.5 million dogs in Britain are OBESE
149 – The king of Rwanda lives in a __ in Manchester in England TERRACED HOUSE
150 – In 2013 American competitive eater Joey Chestnut ate 141 __ in eight minutes EGGS
151 – The mathematics that makes Wi-fi possible was developed by a team of physicists looking for tiny BLACK HOLES
152 – Tuna are more closely related to __ than to __ HUMAN-SHARKS
153 – Smelts are fish that smell of __ CUCUMBER
154 – The McDonald’s __ was invented for __ who couldn’t eat meat on __ FILET O FISH-CATHOLICS-FRIDAYS
155 – At the 1968 Olympics Bob Beamon broke the world long jump record by so much they had to find another TAPE MEASURE
156 – comes from an old French word meaning hypocritical MARMITE
157 – Each year __ baron Pablo __ had to write off 10% of his __ holdings because of __ nibbling away at his huge stash of bank notes DRUG-ESCOBAR-CASH-RATS
158 – It takes 52 __ of __ to make a cup of tea with milk and two sugars LITRES-WATER
159 – 60% of people eating __ bite the ears off first CHOCOLATE RABBITS
160 – According to a study in Ethiopia you can avoid catching malaria by carrying a __ at all times CHICKEN
161 – The Orkney Islands are as close to __ as they are to __ in Scotland NORWAY-ABERDEEN
162 – In 2016 for the first time ever more electricity was produced in the UK by __ than by WIND-COAL
163 – In 1888 __ as big as oranges fell in India HAILSTONES
164 – If a __ puts on 11 lb in weight it can add 0.2 seconds to their __ time FORMULA ONE DRIVE-LAP
165 – The first animal to be ejected from a supersonic jet with a parachute was a BEAR
166 – If you stood on top of a __ on the Moon and fired a gun at the horizon you could shoot yourself in the back MOUNTAIN
167 – There are 1111 museums in SWITZERLAND
168 – confused people at first. One headache sufferer strapped a tablet to his ASPIRIN-HEAD
169 – 70% of __ are never seen by humans ONLINE ADS
170 – Roman women donated their hair for use as military __ elastic CATAPULT
171 – 1 in 5 children’s __ sets and __ figures in the UK are bought by adults for their own use BUILDING-ACTION
172 – More than 200 __ in Britain are at least 100 years old DRIVERS
173 – Three-quarters of all ocean creatures __ in the dark GLOW
174 – John Dollond of Dollond & Aitchison invented __ for GLASSES-HORSES
175 – J.R.R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis went to the cinema together to see __ and the __ but didn’t enjoy it SNOW WHITE-SEVEN DWARDS
176 – Hot Beef was Victorian rhyming slang for Stop THIEF
177 – Liu Bang founder of the Chinese Han dynasty hated Confucians so much that whenever he saw one he would __ into his URINATE-HAT
178 – adjust their buoyancy through controlled flatulence MANATEES
179 – Vegetarians __ nicer than people who eat meat SMELL
180 – Riding a roller coaster can help patients to expel their KIDNEY STONES
181 – The highest point in Mauritania cannot be found with a ___ due to ___ rocks COMPASS-MAGNETIC
182 – An effigy of the __ stuffed with live ___ was burned at the coronation of Elizabeth I POPE-CATS
183 – People eating popcorn remember ___ less ADVERTS
184 – Ostriches are the only birds with a ___ BLADDER
185 – ALL RSPCA inspectors must be able to ___ 50 metres fully ___ in 25 minutes SWIM-CLOTHED
186 – Washing machines in India have a special mode for dealing with ___ ___ CURRY-STAINS
187 – ___ __ wrote speeches for Franklin D Roosvelt ORSON-WELLES
188 – Rectangular ___ are safer than round ones TRAMPOLINES
189 – Croatia has a 210-foot-long musical ___ organ which is played by the ___ SEA-TIDE
190 – In 2017 six Chinese officials were punished for falling asleep in a meeting about how to motivate ____ bureaucrats LAZY
191 – Renaissance women removed their __ ___ with arsenic BODY-HAIR
192 – Only six people are qualified to raise or lower ___ ___ in London TOWER-BRIDGE
193 – All the ___ of Enrique Iglesias are on the opposite side of his body to normal ORGANS
194 – Dangerous maritime goods include pistachios almonds walnuts hazelnuts Brazil nuts and peanuts because they can all ___-___ and spontaneously ___ SELF-HEAT-COMBUST
195 – The first man to use ___ in London was pelted with rubbish UMBRELLA
196 – When dinosaurs roamed the Earth __ were only 23 ___ long DAYS-HOURS
197 – There are 600 000 ___ In Britain PSYCHOPATHS
198 – Natural history museums use teams of ___ to clean the ___ off specimens BEETLES-FLESH
199 – Children under three years old cannot imagine the ___ FUTURE
200 – ___ whoop when they bump into each other HONEYBEES
201 – The Hebridean island of Barra has the only ___ in the world that uses a beach as a ___ AIRPORT-RUNWAY
202 – Playing __ with the ___ is an Icelandic euphemism for having a ___ CHESS-POPE-POO
203 – The Milky Way produces nine trillion kilos of ___ every second ANTIMATTER
204 – Ants communicate by sharing __ SALIVA
205 – Ancient Japan had 72 __, lasting around __ days each SEASONS-FIVE
206 – newest moon is called Peggy SATURN
207 – Italian scientists have grown strawberries in __ on the seabed UNDERWATER GREENHOUSES
208 – The ‘mas’ in Christmas means ‘__’ GO AWAY
209 – The first __ in Antarctica didn’t work because it kept __ CAR-OVERHEATING
210 – The German aristocrat who invented __ wine also invented an __ sorbet MULLED-APHRODISIAC
211 – Ed Sheeran can fit 55 __ into his mouth MALTESERS
212 – In Denmark, if you’re __ at 25, your friends will ambush you with a __ shower UNMMARRIED-CINNAMON
213 – The synthetic drug spice was originally developed as a __ for __ trees FERTILISER-BONSAI
214 – uses a different part of the brain to other speech SWEARING
215 – The Roman consul Crassus loved his pet __ so much he bought it __ and __ EEL-NECKLACES-EARRINGS
216 – ___always knock on the door before __ into a house BURGLARS-BREAKING
217 – Inuit people made __ from walrus penises WINDOWS
218 – Sandra, an __ in Buenos Aires Zoo, is the first non-human to become a legal __ ORANGUTAN-PERSON
219 – A throttlebottom is an inept __ POLITICIAN
220 – The Queen has a personal __ who plays outside her window for 15 minutes each morning BAGPIPER
221 – CERN has an animal __ for computer __ SHELTER-MICE
222 – One of the world’s first __ was Squee the __, built in 1951 ROBOTS-SQUIRREL
223 – Male __ bring less food back to the nest if their partner has been __ SPARROWS-UNFAITHFUL
224 – In 1983, the Spanish town of Lijar ended its 100-year war with France due to ‘the __ of the French’ EXCELLENT ATTITUDE
225 – Dolphins provide __ services BABYSITTING
226 – Julius Caesar wanted to ban __ from holding __ ACTORS-PUBLIC OFFICE
227 – Ancient Egyptian __ were not allowed to eat __ in case it boosted their libido PRIESTS-ONIONS
228 – Norwegian __ display the __ under a UV light PASSPORTS-AURORA BOREALIS
229 – Bach wrote a __ about __ CANTATA-COFFEE
230 – In northern Italy, __ is acceptable as __ on a bank __ CHEESE-SECURITY-LOAN
231 – The smallest __ ever made weighs less than a smartphone SATELLITE
232 – The spiders used in Spider-Man and Arachnophobia were __ spiders and completely __ SOCIAL HUNTSMAN-HARMLESS
233 – 1 in 100 Americans work for __ WALMART
234 – The first editorial assistant to work on the __ was sacked for industrial espionage OXFORD-ENGLISH-DICTIONARY
235 – The world’s most popular __ is called Snow and is virtually unknown outside __ BEER-CHINA
236 – During the Second World War, Women’s Institutes played ‘__ the Mustache on __’ PIN-HITLER
237 – After shaking __, most people unwittingly __ their __ HANDS-SNIFF-FINGERS
238 – Secret agents have to be trained to __ their advanced __ courses FORGET-DRIVING
239 – Octopuses spend 3% of their time __ TIDYING
240 – More than 2,400 __ have been detonated since 1945 NUCLEAR BOMBS
241 – 25% of Americans think __ decides who wins the __ GOD-SUPER BOWL
242 – To visit every child in the world Santa would need to travel at 3,000 times the __ of __ SPEED-SOUND
243 – Most of the __ in the Caribbean is made of __ fish __ WHITE SAND-PARROT-DROPPINGS
244 – Birds can tell what the __ are on __ SPEED LIMITS-ROADS
245 – The US State Department is located in __ FOGGY BOTTOM
246 – The Romans used __ to clean their __ URINE-TEETH
247 – heats the surrounding air to temperatures five times hotter than the __ of the __ LIGHTNING-SURFACE-SUN
248 – In 2004, a pine tree planted in memory of George __ died after an infestation of __ HARRISON-BEETLES
249 – is Scots for poke with the nose SNOOZLE
250 – Vitamin B6 helps you remember __ DREAMS
251 – In 1987 Richard Nixon’s wife predicted that ___ ___ would one day become the ___ DONALD-TRUMP-PRESIDENT
252 – Inemuri or ___ ___ in public is considered a sign of diligence in Japanese employees FALLING-ASLEEP
253 – In 2008 thieves in Jamaica stole an entire ___ BEACH
254 – The Icelandic word used for ___ ___ translated as “Blackhead” DARTH VADER
255 – In the 17th century migrating birds were thought to go to the ___ for ___ MOON-WINTER
256 – Exoplanet HAT-P-7b has __ made of liquid ___ CLOUDS-RUBIES
257 – 60% of the world’s ___ decorations are made in a single town in __ CHRISTMAS-CHINA
258 – Kindergarten children in Alaska are taught how to butcher a ___ MOOSE
259 – Kafka wanted to write ___ ___ guides but couldn’t find anyone to fund them BUDGET-TRAVEL
260 – The word “confetti” comes from the Italian for ___ ____ SUGARED-ALMONDS
261 – In 2017 the original Bramley __ ___ was still living at 207 years old APPLE-TREE
262 – Swearing on the Bible is theologically problematic as the ___ ___ forbids the talking of ___ NEW-TESTAMENT-OATHS
263 – In the 14th century the name ___ was a mild swear word PETER
264 – Tyrannosaurus rex had a sensitive ____ as it was probably used for __ NOSE-NUZZLING
265 – Golfers in Coober Pedy Australia use ___-__-the- ___ balls because it’s so hot by day that everyone plays at night GLOW-IN-DARK
266 – The word ___ replaced an Old English word that literally meant ___-___ WINDOW-EYE-HOLE
267 – Voice dystonia is the inability to ___ to other people SPEAK
268 – Malmo Sweden has two tiny ___ for ___ SHOPS-MICE
269 – ____ is successful only 8 % of the time CPR
270 – It takes 60 nests worth of __ down to fill a ___ DUCK-DUVET
271 – In 1875 the Royal Navy erased 123 ___ from their charts because they didn’t ___ ISLANDS-EXIST
272 – The happiest country in the world is ___ ___ COSTA RICA
273 – 600 million years ago the Earth’s __ were ___ OCEANS-FRESHWATER
274 – Your __ dries out as you age BRAIN
275 – In 168 BC the only tradesmen in Rome who were not slaves were ___ BAKERS
276 – Male cockatoos use ___ __ to attract mates DRUM-SOLOS
277 – The US Department of Defense still uses 8-inch ___ disks FLOPPY
278 – Parliamentary elections in ___ are three times as likely to be won by politicians ___ of ___ serious ____ INDIA-CONVICTED-CRIMES
279 – The pom-pom crab carries ___ __ in its claws and waves them around when threatened SEA-ANEMONES
280 – Baijing has three million ___ that are looked after by robot __ HENS-NANNIES
281 – Traces of ___ and ___ have been found on the teeth of Neanderthals ASPIRIN-PENICILLIN
282 – Naked ______ can survive for 18 minutes without oxygen by turning themselves into_____ MOLERATS-PLANTS
283 – In seven US states you can_____ your_____after you’ve_____it CHANGE-VOTE-CAST
284 – Smooth-fan lobsters travel inside_____and_____them as they go JELLYFISH-EAT
285 – 73% of people who are allergic to _____are also allergic to_______ POLLEN-CANNABIS
286 – _____in Chile’s Atacam Desert has 100 times the safe level of______ but local people have evolved to process it WATER-ARSENIC
287 – During the Second World War British pilots carried_____ _______infused with_____in case they were shot down and needed to make CHOCOLATE-BARS-GARLIC
288 – Because of the way their eyes are positioned_____can’t see the____ PIGS-SKY
289 – In medieval England you could be made an_____if you failed to turn up to_____ five times in a row OUTLAW-COURT
290 – _____can diagnose tuberculosis faster than______ RATS-DOCTORS
291 – You can buy_____that smell of _____Play-Doh COLOGNE
292 – Before the inventions of________cabins all______passengers had to wear oxygen masks PRESSURISED-AIRLINE
293 – Japanese_______protect the pale flesh of______ from sunburn by putting small hats on them FARMERS-MELONS
294 – The ______ _____was invented in 1977 HIGH-FIVE
295 – _______makes your skin smell of freshly baked_____ HORNS-
296 – Tchaikovsky wanted his 1812 Overture to be played with live_____ CANNONS
297 – ______may not enter or leave Tajikistan without written permission from the Ministry of Culture BOOKS
298 – The Playboy Mansion has the second-largest residential _____ _____in the US PIPE-ORGAN
299 – The Moon has been collecting tiny bits of the ______for thre billion years EARTH
300 – Collectively humans have watched Adam______movies on_______for longer than civilisation has existed SANDLER-NETFLIX
301 – The world record for keeping a ______ aloft is seven and a half days KITE
302 – The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery is the first non-_______ book to be translated into 300 languages RELIGIOUS
303 – Swordish secrete____ from their______to smooth their passage through the water OIL-NOSES
304 – In 2017an Australian MP______ so hard at the US TV show Veep he_______ himself out LAUGHED-KNOCKED
305 – The US Constiturion is kept in an________ ___________ vault ATOMIC-BOMB-PROOF
306 – The world’s highest concentration of peregrine falcons is in ____ __________ NEW-YORK-CITY
307 – In Alabama it is illegal to wear a ______ ________ that causes laughter in church FAKE-MOUSTACHE
308 – Popes John I John X John XI and John XIV all died in______ PRISON
309 – On the first day of filming Colin Farrell always wears his lucky _________-patterned _______ SHAMROCK-UNDERPANTS
310 – The Chinese buy more______ _____than everyone else in the world combined ELECTRIC-CARS
311 – Alexander Graham Bell’s Ear Phonautograph was a recording device using a real human ____from a _____ EAR-CORPSE
312 – It takes 18 people 900 hours to put out the _________for the Oscars RED-CARPET
313 – The only_____in Einstein’s physics class at Zurich Polytechnic ______him WOMAN-MARRIED
314 – The world’s tallest church is being eroded by men________on it URINATING
315 – In 2017 British doctors found 27 lost ______ _____ in a patient’s eye CONTACT-LENSES
316 – The first named individual in history was an____________ ACCOUNTANT
317 – In space you can____but your won’t______ fall they just puddle up under your eyes CRY-TEARS
318 – Sheep-creeps are low square openings in drystone walls that let______ in but keep_____ out SHEEP-CATTLE
319 – In 1966 the Chinese press claimed Chairman Mao______ nine miles down the Yangtze in 65 minutes making him twice as fast as____________ SWAM-MICHAEL-PHELPS
320 – George Orwell said beer was best drunk out of ________ ____ CHINA-CUPS
321 – The fashion for heavily oiled _____in Victorian times is the reason for headrest cloths on____ HAIR-TRAINS
322 – The Hobbit contains only one isntance of the word ‘____’ SHE
323 – Gamblers in Japan are only allowed to bet on_____ ______or ______races HORSE-BOAT-CYCLE
324 – The location of the ________set was so secret that had visitors to be blindfolded TELETUBBIES
325 – Eleven Men and a ___ was the Brazilian version of Ocean’s Eleven SECRET
326 – Self-driving Volvos avoid deer elk and caribou but don’t recognise ____ KANGAROOS
327 – In Greek mythology Odysseus escapes the ___ by hiding under a sheep. In the Apache version he hides in the ___ of a buffalo. CYCLOPS-ANUS
328 – ___ cannot be farmed organically CRANBERRIES
329 – The cheapest ___ in the world can be found in Egypt BIG-MACS
330 – In January 1945 the Nova Scotia police received complaints that drivers were using their ___ to send filthy messages in ___. HORNS-MORSE
331 – 1423 is the Guinness World Record for the largest number of ___ at a simultaneous ___ ___. AUTHORS-BOOK-SIGNING
332 – The Estonian army travels with pop-up ____ SAUNAS
333 – Ogre-faced spiders attract prey with their ___ EXCREMENT
334 – A sex manual in Qing dynasty China outlined 48 different ways to fondle a mutilated ____ FOOT
335 – The head of the UK police task force on ___ crime is called Alfred Hitchcock. KNIFE
336 – You can be blocked from getting a Swiss passport if your neighbours find you too __ ANNOYING
337 – Uzbek ___ ___ can cook enough food in a single cauldron to feed one thousand men MASTER-CHEFS
338 – In India ____ jaws were once used to close wounds TERMITES
339 – In 2017 the US Secret Service advertised for a social media ___ spotter SARCASM
340 – ___ paper is only 100 years old WRAPPING
341 – International orange is the specific shade of orange used for NASA ____ the Tokyo Tower and the __ ___ Bridge SPACESUITS-GOLDEN-GATE
342 – ___ appear in the newspapers three times as often as ____ and have done so since eighteen hundred MEN-WOMEN
343 – In January 1205 it was so cold in England that ___ and ale froze and were sold by __ not volume WINE-WEIGHT
344 – All Quiet on the Western Front was banned in ___ for being pro-German and in Germany for being anti-___ POLAND-GERMAN
345 – Post-it notes should be peeled with sticky strip ___ not ___ VERTICAL-HORIZONTAL
346 – A ticket to the first ___ ___ cost twelve dolars today’s tickets cost up to ___ thousand dollars SUPER-BOWL-THREE
347 – My adventures as a Spy by Lord Baden-Powell has a chapter on The Value of Being STUPID
348 – 90% of Vietnamese share just 14 ____ SURNAMES
349 – At any one time there are 100 000 ___ at sea SHIPS
350 – If you pick up a desert tortoise it can __ itself to death URINATE
351 – From 1974 to 1992 a third of all tennis Grand Slams were won by ___ men today there are none in the top 150 SWEDISH
352 – The white House only got the ability to print ____-___ in 2016 DOUBLE-SIDED
353 – Santa Claus’s first commercial appearance was in a 1923 advert for GINGER-BEER
354 – In the Australian outback there is a road used for testing supercars that has no ___ ___ SPEED-LIMIT
355 – There are more than 500 peanuts in the average ___ of ____ ____ JAR-PEANUT-BUTTER
356 – The first ____ on the International Space Station was ejected into space and burned up in the atmosphere TREADMILL
357 – 10 000 ___ ____ are lost from ships every year SHIPPING-CONTAINERS
358 – Naked mole-rats operate their ___ ___ like chopsticks FRONT-TEETH
359 – All the ____ under the ocean joined together would be long enough to reach to the Moon and back CABLES
360 – George Bernard Shaw left money in his will to fuund a 40-letter ___ ALPHABET
361 – ____ lie down when it’s cold or when they’re ___ not necessarily when it’s about to rain COWS-TIRED
362 – Michael Phelps’s training breakfast consisted of an ___ ____ three slices of French toast three egg sandwiches and three ___ OMELETTE-PORRIDGE-PANCAKES
363 – Apes are the only animals that need to be taught how to ____ SWIM
364 – A tablespoonfull of ___ dropped into a lake can calm half an acre of water OIL
365 – 18-century _____ included Spaniel’s Ears Mad Dog and The Drowned Chicken HAIRSTYLES
366 – Coral’s main source of nutrition is ___ pee FISH
367 – There are more positions in a game of ___ than there are __ in the universe GO-ATOMS
368 – Adulterated ___ ____ makes three times as much profit as cocaine OLIVE-OIL
369 – In 1913 the ___ ___ in Monte Carlo came up black twenty six times in a row. ROULETTE-WHEEL
370 – In 2017 a ___ thief in Taiwan handed himself in because he couldn’t cope with incessant squawking PARROT
371 – The first Europeans known to have tried ____ lay on the ground complimenting each other before one started a fight with a ____ CANNABIS-PILLAR
372 – Straightening people’s ___ also improves their balance TEETH
373 – Oi has been rated the 61st most ___ word in English BEAUTIFUL
374 – Batrachomymachy is the technical term for making a ____ out of a ___ MOUNTAIN-MOLEHILL
375 – Pandas are white so they can hide in the ___ and black so they can hide in the ____ SNOW-SHADOWS
376 – At an ____ trial in Florida in 2017 a lawyer’s trousers burst into flames ARSON
377 – Liszt had a stalker who stole the dregs of his tea and used it as PERFUME
378 – Queen Victoria ate ____ marrow every day BONE
379 – Trap-jaw ants __ each other with their antennae more than __ times a second HIT-FORTY
380 – The colours of ____ are used to measure air pollution RAINBOWS
381 – Snapdragon was an old Christmas game where you grabbed a raisin from a bowl of burning ___ and put it in your mouth BRANDY
382 – The modern British army has more ___ than ____ HORSES-TANKS
383 – Police in Arizona must check your immigration status if called to inspect the height of your ___ GRASS
384 – All Margaret Thatcher’s government documents had different ___ so she would know who’s leaked one if it appeared in the press SPACING
385 – The first recipe for ____ ____ advised buttering them and serving them on toast BRUSSELS-SPROUTS
386 – NASA has a robo-____ which gives the wearer three times more gripping power GLOVES
387 – Babies in Britain ___ more than babies in Japan and nobody knows why CRY
388 – The world ‘s healthiest human hearts belong to the Tsimane people of Bolivia who eat ___ tapirs wild pigs and piranhas MONKEYS
389 – In 19th-century Boston it was bad luck to cut your nails at ____ WEEKENDS
390 – The world’s smallest __ weighs as much as a paper clip BAT
391 – The average public ____ ____ contains enough urine to fill a dustbin SWIMMING-POOL
392 – The ice on the first artificial ice rink was made of __ fat and salt PIG
393 – ___ ___ played in the Middle Ages between whole towns and villages had an unlimited number of players and a pig’s -bladder ball MOB-FOOTBALL
394 – New Zealand police have a ___ ___ mascot called Constable Elliot GUINEA-PIG
395 – The ___ Principle is that the worst staff are put in middle management to limit the damage they can cause. DILBERT
396 – The Oval Office has ___ __ under the carpet so the Secret Service knows exactly where the president is at all times PRESSURE-PADS
397 – Gustav Eiffel had a tiny apartment at the top of the Eiffel Tower with a ___ ___ in it GRAND-PIANO
398 – Headis is ___ __ played with the head and a small football TABLE-TENNIS
399 – Caterpillars retain their ___ when they turn into moths MEMORIES
400 – The Queen’s 90th birthday presents included a silver Post-it note holder an ___ egg two stags and a ___ OSTRICH-HORSE
401 – In 2000 a 103-year-old man returned the official Olympic flag that he stole as a dare after coming third in ___ at the 1920 Olympics DIVING
402 – A ____-smuggling tunnel has been discovered under the India-Pakistan border. COW
403 – The Post Office used to employ_____to stop_____from eating money orders. CATS-MICE
404 – A large _____ has about the same volume as a can of________ ______. FART-FIZZY-DRINK
405 – September October and November are not mentioned in any of ____________’s works. SHAKESPEARE
406 – A French_________’s cafe was accidentally awarded a ________ star in 2017 after a mix up with a Parisian restaurant fo the same name. WORKMAN-MICHELIN
407 – ______adult offspring return home and demand to be fed. PENGUINS
408 – _____have brains that tell them when to sprout. SEEDS
409 – Hungry female ________ ______ pretend to be interested in sex and then eat any interested males who turn up. PRAYING-MANTISES
410 – The world’s leading cannabis expert has never _______ a______. SMOKED-JOINT
411 – English speakers can learn French in half the time it takes to learn______. WELSH
412 – ______can edit their own brain genes. SQUID
413 – William Shatner insisted a Star Trek script can be rewritten so that Kirk rather than Spock had the first__________ _______on TV. INTERRACIAL-KISS
414 – Western spotted skunks do __________ to make themselves appear more threatening. HANDSTANDS
415 – In medieval Germany it was thought that wearing the left eye of a ____ as a talisman would make you invisible. BAT
416 – The global beauty and _______ -______industry is worth 999 billion a year. ANTI-AGEING
417 – The halfway line at Brazil’s Zerao football stadium runs exactly along the ________. EQUATOR
418 – The Viking King Olaf Tryggvason could ___ round the outside of his longship on its oars while it was being rowed. JOG
419 – _____________can make a flower open by buzzing in middle C. BUMBLEBEES
420 – __________ _____ left over from the dawn of time has been found on rooftops in Paris. COSMIC-DUST
421 – In the Ottoman Empire anyone who took the throne would _____all his______ to stop them assasinating him. KILL-BROTHERS
422 – The average British______contains over twenty thousand slugs and snails. GARDEN
423 – ______has overtaken oil as the world’s most valuable resource. DATA
424 – Norway has a ‘tooth bank’ which is aiming to collect 100 000 _____teeth. MILK
425 – Preference for the colour_______ declines with age. YELLOW
426 – 40% of pages in_____ catalogues contain some kind of violence. LEGO
427 – The sandals of the Pueblo people of New Mexico had enough space for______. SIX-TOES
428 – In 1880s gangland New York having someone punched cost two dollars but there was a fifteen dollar charge for ______their _____off. CHEWING-EAR
429 – After migration _____overeat and stagger around ‘drunk’ on food. BIRDS
430 – Since 1945 all ______in the British army have been equipped with tea-making facilities. TANKS
431 – All Dutch ____ run on wind energy TRAINS
432 – The Nuba people of Sudan have keyhole-shaped ____ to make rooms for the wide loads carried on their heads DOORWAYS
433 – The world’s first illustrated cookbook included a recipe for __ topped with sugar and rose water PIZZA
434 – In Jamaica Clarks ____ are a must-have gangsta fashion accessory SHOES
435 – During the First World War 1000 ____-____ London ____ complete with drivers and mechanics were sent to the front line DOUBLE-DECKER-BUSES
436 – The first gentlemen’s club in America was formed for the purpose of eating ___ __ TURTLE-SOUP
437 – Using a __ ____ for half an hour creates more emissions than driving a pickup truck 3 800 miles LEAF-BLOWER
438 – The world’s shortest scheduled flight between two islands in the ___ takes as little as fifty-three seconds ORKNEYS
439 – Queen Victoria could read and write in Urdu and ____ HINDI
440 – _______’s first Olympian ran the marathon then became delirious and punched a spectator AUSTRALIA
441 – Germany has a Museum of ___ SNORING
442 – The traditional Indian way of sobering up a drunk elephant was to feed it three pounds of ___ ____ MELTED-BUTTER
443 – Three-quarters of Americans are in ___ when they die DEBT
444 – Science knows more about coffe wine and tomatoes than it does about ____ milk BREAST
445 – You can join the ___ at 16 but you have to be 18 to play ___ of ____ ARMY-CALL-DUTY
446 – Obdormition is when your ___ falls asleep from lying on it ARM
447 – John Williams has never seen any of the ____ ___ movies he composed the music for STAR-WARS
448 – £ 1.5 million in cash has been eaten by British ___ since 2003. PETS
449 – Warren Buffett has been paying ____ ___ since he was 14 INCOME-TAX
450 – ____ that swim 3000 miles across the Atlantic lose weight from their bones EELS
451 – Bumpsy’ is 17th-century slang for _____ DRUNK
452 – At 104 years old Jack Reynolds became the oldest person to get a ____ and at 105 the oldest to ride a ____ ____ TATTOO-ROLLER-COASTER
453 – Trap-jaw ants can close their jaws with such force they ____ themselves through the ___ CATAPULT-AIR
454 – ___ music makes curry taste 10% spicier SAMBA
455 – The largest-ever ____ was 111 feet wide and taken with a ___ ___ three storeys high PHOTO-PINHOLE-CAMERA
456 – To tiny ocean creatures water is as thick as ___ JELLY
457 – Covering buildings with ___ ___ protects them against acid rain OLIVE-OIL
458 – _____-_______ cars play Grand Theft Auto to learn how to drive better SELF-DRIVING
459 – ____ toast is poisonous to lemurs AVOCADO
460 – American ____ ____ are all descended from a single English dog named Obo II COCKER-SPANIELS
461 – Because it cannot be seen the Aymara people of Andes think of the ____ as behind them FUTURE
462 – China buys bottled ___ ___ from Britain FRESH-AIR

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