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Today's questions included: How much saliva do we produce in a day, can different breeds of birds understand each other, what is 'duff' as in 'up the duff'? Plus why do Americans swap their fork to their right hand to eat?
Mystery hour questions this week included: do baby girls have eggs that could be fertilised, how do they remove a Banksy painting from the wall, why are vehicle tyres black and can music really be described as a colour?
Questions today included-Why is a fan oven hotter than other ovens?; Why does white wine give you headaches but red wine doesn't?; Where does the phrase 'best foot forward' come from?; Why are there so many 'Food&Wine' Shops?
Mystery hour today included, why does it take so long to fly to Australia, will sat nav work when you're high up in a plane, why don't the apostles have surnames and why are women referred to as birds when birds are male and female?
Mystery hour questions included: would you have an explosion in your body if you ate a mentos then drank a cola drink, why does porridge stick in a non stick pan, who's 'Bob' in Bob's your uncle and why is UK known as the Motherland?
Questions today included: If we have Kingdoms, why don't we have Queendoms? Why do builders put coins in the Eaves of houses, why don't biscuits disintergrate as quickly when the tea is hot and why does writing on paper make it curl?
Questions today included: What do vegetarians feed their pets, why is there a clip on the top of a McFlurry spoon, why do we say 'Excuse my French' when we swear and why don't we flush loos on a train when it's stationary?
Mystery hour today included the defrosting of chicken, why do we say par boiled and not part boiled, why do they pat down the body of the boxer before a fight and why do they cover up some letters on the number plates of used cars?
Mystery hour questions today included: how deep is the Thames at low tide, why don't we have female composers, why is wet hair darker and why do damp cloths pick up more liquid compared to a dry cloth?
Why do men get a shiny head when they go bald? Why do they put water bottles by tyres in Madeira? Why do drummers put the sticks under their nose and how do they know how much mileage a footballer covers in a match?
Mystery hour questions today included why do pigeons have manky feet, how do they concentrate orange juice, why aren't flying insects beaten to the ground with rain and is any other national anthem other than ours focus on one person?