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Who Knew?, it's a Giveaway!

Who Knew?, it's a Giveaway!

Hey everyone, we are having a special Who Knew? giveaway, so get your thinking caps on and get prepared to win!

Here’s what you have to do:

  • Send an email to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name and the answers to the following six questions.
  • These are all questions pulled from our new trivia game, Who Knew? (which you can read more about here). 
  • Please refer to the questions by their number and your answers by their letter (i.e.‘Question 1: B’…and no, that’s not a hint)
  • All entries are due by 12AM on Monday, June 13th 2016.
  • The person who gets the most answers correct will win a free copy of Who Knew?.
  • The winner will be announced on Monday, June 13th 2016.The winner will also be alerted via email.  In case of a tie, a bonus question with instructions will be posted. 

Here are the questions:

Question 1

What does Egg on you Face mean?

a)  Take the rap

b)  To be insulted

c)  Get embarrassed

d)  Holding a chicken above your head

Question 2

Why do we have the phrase Hand Over Fist?

a) The original term, “hand over hand” referred to the way sailors went rapidly up the rigging.

b) Romans secured agreements by placing one’s hand over the other’s fist.

c) From the baseball custom of climbing the bat with one’s hand; the hand on top bats first.

Question 3

Who said, “I’ve never really wanted to go to Japan.  Simply because I don’t like eating fish.  And I know it’s really popular out there in Africa.”?

a) Tara Reid

b) Lindsay Lohan

c) Britney Spears

Question 4

Who said, “Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up but a comedy in long-shot.”?

a) Robin Williams

b) Gloria Swanson

c) Charlie Chaplin

Question 5

Why do we have the phrase Stool Pigeon?

a) Hunters tied a pigeon to a chair and used it as a decoy to attract other pigeons.

b) Carrier pigeons that were used to transport military secrets perched on a stool in the captain’s tent.

c) Japanese custom of having military spies eat a pigeon as a humiliation before execution.

Question 6

What does Tempest in a Teapot mean?

a) Squabble over trifle things

b) An angry woman

c) Extremely active

d) Brawl at The Mad Hatter’s

And there you have it!  It’s as easy as A-B-C (or in some cases D), so give it your best guess and send your answers our way. 

Until next Monday, keep gaming!

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