More Brilliant Answers by AQA 63336

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The UK's most accurate text question and answer service presents the latest crop of ingenious answers to more weird questions from the British public. "The End of the Question Mark", "Any Question Answered", "Brilliant Answers" - and now "More Brilliant Answers", another startling, inventive and entertaining collection of answers from the UK's favourite text Q&A service AQA 63336 ("Any Question Answered"). Special features include customers' stories of using AQA 63336 in unusual ways - crazy, funny, touching, romantic and even high-drama moments are all here. Plus some of the best texts sent out under the new celebrity-led AQA2U information service. This title covers prime Q& As, including: Q - Is it possible to have your appendix removed through your mouth? (A - Yes - this operation was carried out in San Diego in March 2008); Q - What does it mean if someone says they are going to window seal bay? (A - Window Sill Bay means holid aying at home - also known as a 'staycation', and popular in hard times); Q - How many cups of tea can you make from all the water in hatfield water park lake? (A - All the water in Hatfield Water Park Lake would make 6,451,410,200 cups of tea. That's enough for almost everybody in the whole world to have a cup); and, Q - Who was the only musician 2not get on the plane that buddy holly was on when it crashed and killed them all? (A - Tommy Allsup was the musician who did not get on the plane in which Buddy Holly died. He flipped a coin with Ritchie Valens for the final seat and lost).

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Now five years old, AQA 63336 has answered more than 18 million questions texted to 63336. The answers are provided by over 1,000 home-based researchers who work for AQA 63336. For more info see
Published November 5, 2009 by Profile Books Ltd. 192 pages
Genres: Education & Reference.

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Over the last five years they've answered some twenty million questions and each autumn they publish a book with the best and most interesting of the year's answers.

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