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Today's Trivia Quiz

Posted by jasdip (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 2, 12 at 7:00

Dedtired got Friday's question right. That is, I'm assuming another word for "soother" is "binkie".
Over 20% of plumbers have found this in the pipes:Soothers.

Today's quiz is:

40% of women admit getting into an argument while doing this:


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Shopping for Spanx...


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Driving


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Talking to their husbands about money?


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Shopping with their husbands or kids


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What the heck is a "soother" is "binkie".???


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A soother is the thing that you stick in a baby's mouth and they suck on it. I'm sure they're also called "binkies".
If I'm mistaken (I'm not a mom), Dedtired is not the winner. :-)


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A binkie is known more commonly as a pacifier. I've never heard them called 'soothers' so that might be a regional thing?


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having sex? lol
driving


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Making dinner.


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What the heck is a "soother" is "binkie".???
Thanks for the explanations it's been a long time since I had kids and I dont remember pacifiers then.


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Viewing the TV or use of the remote control for the TV.


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Oh man, I 'm with Kat...!


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