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Today's Trivia Quiz

Posted by jasdip (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 26, 13 at 7:52

TERILYN got yesterday's answer right!

17% of people have walked out of this?
an exercise class

Today's question is

The average person eats 32 pounds of this per year what is it?


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please don't say bugs


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Rob333, you beat me to it!
Dirt?


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Sugar


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Nope not bugs!! LOL

I'm sorry LuAnn, I just saw that you had the right answer yesterday as well.


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I say sugar, too.


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Ice cream


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Onions?
Pork?
Beef?

I sugar is a good answer but I think the number is higher for sugar. It's so hidden in our foods.


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Ice cream sounds right to me.

What about salt/sodium? It's in about all packaged meals and soups.

This post was edited by lydia1959 on Tue, Feb 26, 13 at 13:13


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