Any Question Answered

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Profile Books, Nov 1, 2007 - Humor - 160 pages
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What went with tonic to create space dust? How many ladybirds would it take to cover a double bed? Where is the original "no man's land?" Like its predecessor, The End of the Question Mark, this hilarious collection answers these questions and more, even tapping into the comedic genius of British household name Stephen Fry as well as Mackenzie Crook, Chris Hoy, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Iain Lee, Dynamo, and other celebrities. Based on the questions texted to Any Questions Answered (AQA)—number 63336—and the off-the-wall answers given by the service, this is essential reading for anyone who wants to know how long a piece of string is or when they will next have sex.


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Advice and help in sex love and life
Animal facts and fiction
GGuide to the arts music plays
Lessons in history geography and
j Work play and shopping
On the road commuting travel
ffi The sports locker
J Etymology origins and debunking myths

About the author (2007)

Stephen Fry and many celebrities are loyal fans of AQA, the mind-boggling service which now answers a question every 6 seconds.

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