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Wave Wake-Up Trivia

Get your brain firing on all cylinders each morning by answering a fun and challenging question!  

We’ll reward you with with a pair of Marcus Wehrenberg movie passes!

This week’s questions

Monday, December 3

Q: Women are much more likely than men to say this about the holiday season. What is it?
A: that they’re stressful

Tuesday, December 4

Q: English is the #1 language in Ireland, but what’s #2?
A: Polish! (Irish or “Gaelic” is #3)

Wednesday, December 5

Q: In what country can you find the Museum of Bread?
A: Germany (They have 16,000 artifacts related to the history of bread but no actual bread).

Thursday, December 6

Q: You’re likely doing this about 20 times a day at home. What?
A: opening the refrigerator door

Friday, December 7

Kevin on vacation – No question

Last week’s questions

Monday, November 26

Q: Though they can be found all over the rest of the country, these are banned in Vermont, Alaska, Hawaii and Maine. What?
A: billboards

Tuesday, November 27

Q: Over 7,000 injuries are caused each year by this appliance. Which one?
A: dishwashers

Wednesday, November 28

Q: In a recent survey, a majority of people said they wish they had the guts to do this. What is it?
A: get rid of their TV

Thursday, November 29

Q: Studies show that we’ll do this about 13 times between now and January 1st. What?
A: overeat!

Friday, November 30

Q: What the #1 candy mentioned the most in song lyrics?
A: M&M’s (Skittles is #2)

5 comments

  1. love your morning trivia…I will ask the question for my coworkers and see what replies I get. I missed the answer to one morning and I can not find the answer…Please help! The question was what item is most needed in a dorm room?

  2. The answer was “energy drinks”! Thanks for listening and playing along!

  3. Bull shark

  4. I heard the trivia question this morning. Uranus, MO is a real city. I went to Springfield last weekend and went through there.

  5. Hi Sheri- Yes, Uranus is there but it’s not a real municipality. It’s in an unincorporated part of Pulaski County and it’s name is pretty much a tourist thing. Thanks for checking in!

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