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Today's Trivia Quiz

Posted by jasdip (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 19, 13 at 6:38

ALWAYS-BEEZEE and MATTI got yesterday's quiz right!!!

You'll lose 15% of the weight of this part of you....by the time you're 80.
A: brain

Today's question is

26% of people say a 6-foot buffer zone is an acceptable distance for this.


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Personal space.


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The distance between two travelling cars


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"Next" in line for an ATM machine
Distance between bank tellers


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Wow!! I finally got one right.

I think georgysmom is right in keeping your distance between walkers.

How about being 6 foot under (burial). Wouldn't want anybody grabbing me.


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While voting, at the ATM or entering your pin number in line at a store. Anything "private" done in public? Something like that. :)


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Distance between tables at a restaurant.


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Sleeping with your spouse or SO. Obviously it would have to be a giant bed LOL

In line at the grocery store or ATM
On the dance floor


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The line at the pharmacy?

This one is tough.....


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on property for easement, fence line, utility area, building line, road set back. Edge of pool from house or septic.
Space between bike riders.
Space between tv and people watching it.
distance between individuals in line at banks.
Space between cars in drive thru.


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