1/4 of us have done it to save time, but it's super dangerous. What is it?
Answer: Changing clothes while driving.
One in six Americans under the age of 20 have never done this. What?
Answer: Ride a bicycle.
Almost everybody says they can do this, but only half of us can do it competently. What is it?
One in every 200 homes has this in common. What is it?
Answer: Their Christmas lights are up all year long.
You use it many times a day but it's on average, only cleaned three times a year. What is it?
You might find it surprising, but men buy about 1/3 of this cosmetic product. What is it?
Answer: Stretch Mark cream.
Experts say that we should be using our pinky finger more often when we do WHAT?
Answer: Eating a hamburger.
In today's real estate market, a home without this could lose up to 1/4 of it's resale value. What is it?
Answer: High Speed Internet.
Although it technically could happen at any time, employees at work are more likely to do this on a Wednesday. What is it?
Answer: Take a nap at work.
Almost 3/4's of couples have argued on vacation because one of them won't stop doing this. What?
Answer: Check their work email.
According to a new survey, the ugliest ones of these in the country are in Delaware. What are they?
Answer: License plates.
You're likely to eat 36% more calories when you eat here. Where?
Answer: The movie theater.
Adults are three times more likely to do this in the morning than any other time of day. What?
It was a film called "The Black Hole" and it was the first film to have one of these. What was it?
Answer: The first Disney movie to be rated PG.
Sales of these have gone up more than 700% since 2010. What are they?
Answer: LP's...record albums.
On average, it will cost you between $300 to $325 to do THIS at a major league baseball game. What is it?
Answer: Marriage proposal on the Jumbo-Tron.
The typical household has over 100, but families typically only use 10. What are they?
Answer: TV channels.
Three of these are sold every second in America. What is it?
Answer: Jars of Peanut Butter.