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The classic dance song "Electric Boogie" (aka Electric Slide) was written by which iconic songwriter?

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Answer: Bunny Wailer
More information: Neville "Bunny Wailer" Livingston's songwriting skills extend beyond just reggae, as he also penned the hit American dance song "Electric Boogie".

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What's the title of "The Big Bang Theory" theme song?

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Answer: The History of Everything
More information: The History of Everything is the official theme song of "The Big Bang Theory"'. It was recorded by the Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies. The song is played at the start of every episode.

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In a professional tour game in tennis, the chair umpire may call a point penalty upon?

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Answer: Second Violation
More information: A second violation by a player in a tour match will result in the umpire calling or awarding a point penalty. After the second violation, all subsequent violations result in a game penalty.

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Approximately how much money did Britons spend on Valentine's Day gifts in 2015?

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Answer: £2 Billion
More information: In 2015 Britons spent approximately £2 billion (£1.9 billion, to be exact) on cards, candies, flowers and other Valentine's Day gifts!

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"City of God" takes place in which Third World city?

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Answer: Rio de Janeiro
More information: "City of God" is set in the slums of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the 1960's.

Hard

In years past there have been April Fool's Day hoaxes set in the Tower of London, inviting outsiders to witness which type of ceremony?

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Answer: Lion Washing
More information: A well-known historical gag involving the Tower of London featured outsiders being invited within to witness the washing of lions.

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In which ancient South Asian language is the text of The Vedas written?

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Answer: Sanskrit - The religious poems originated in northwestern India in 1500-1000 BCE.

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The classic Atari 2600 game controller has how many buttons?

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Answer: 1
More information: The original Atari home-console controller had only one bright-red button, complemented by a large black joystick.



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