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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, February 11

Q: Ad executives say that the 3 most memorable advertising characters are the Marlboro Man, Ronald McDonald and…who?
A: The Jolly Green Giant

Tuesday, February 12

Q: Two studies suggest that women with this physical trait are typically more jealous than other women. What is it?
A: being tall

Wednesday, February 13

Q: What’s the #1 food item people use coupons to buy?
A: cereal

Thursday, February 14

Q: This famous American landmark was almost built in St. Louis. Which one is it?
A: Walt Disney World

Friday, February 15

Q: It’s the one item in a junk drawer that most people say they can’t throw away. What is it?
A: keys

Last week’s questions

Monday, February 4

Q: Beethoven reportedly used 60 of these every day. What?
A: coffee beans (He counted 60 into his cup each morning).

Tuesday, February 5

Q: After books, what is the second most borrowed item in America?
A: jumper cables

Wednesday, February 6

Q: In the late 60’s and 70’s, 50 percent of kids did this. Now it’s about 15 percent. What is it?
A: walk to school

Thursday, February 7

Q: The gecko is the only lizard with this. What is it?
A: a voice

Friday, February 8

Q: About a fifth of people admit they’ve done this embarrassing thing on a first date. What?
A: forgot their date’s name


  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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