It's been a long time since I've seen Family Feud on TV, but I understand it's back on the air. Life presents us so many opportunities to feel dumb that it's especially bad when millions are able to witness our stupidity. The contestants on the Family Feud are asked questions that have been presented to and answered by a survey audience of 100 people. The goal is to see which family can come up with the most matches to the answers given by the surveyed audience. Some of the answers given by contestants are amazingly wrong and off-target.
Today's post is a short list of some of the worst answers on Family Feud, followed by some pictures that should make most of us feel really smart.
Worst answers to questions on Family Feud:
Name a song with moon in the title: Blue Suede Moon
Besides San Francisco, name a city that begins with the word San: Seattle
Name an occupation where you need a torch: a burglar
Name a famous brother and sister: Bonnie and Clyde
Name an item of clothing worn by the Three Musketeers: a horse
Name something you wear on the beach: a deck chair
Name something red: my cardigan
Name a classical music composer everyone knows: Julio Inglesias
Name the worst kind of shoe to run a marathon in: scuba flippers
Name a number you have to memorize: 7
Name something you put on walls: roofs
Name the best month to schedule a wedding: summer
Name something you might be allergic to: skiing
Name a continent: Italy
Name a way of cooking fish: cod
Name a potato topping: jam
Name a part of the body beginning with the letter N: knee
Name a kind of ache: a pancake
This week a reader sent me an e-mail with the subject line "I don't feel stupid any more." The e-mail contained quite a few pictures. Here are some of the best ones from that e-mail:
I hope you enjoyed the parts shared from two of the e-mails I received this week. l feel much smarter now and hope you do too.
"All of man’s misfortune comes from one thing, which is not knowing how to sit quietly in a room." — Blaise Pascal
Mitsi the airhead said, "I was worried that my mechanic might try to rip me off. I was relieved when he told me all I needed was turn signal fluid."
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