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Do you Have any Bananas today?

February 15th, 2007 at 04:32 pm

If a bunch of lions is called a pride, what is a bunch of bananas called?

For extra credit, what is each individual banana called? (No, it is not just 'banana')

Good luck and have fun!

9 Responses to “Do you Have any Bananas today?”

  1. threebeansalad Says:

    A bunch of bananas is a hand and a single banana is a finger.

  2. miclason Says:

    LOL! at the marketplace you can buy "hands" of things...meaning 5 units....there's also a custom of "bandaging", meaning you get one or two extra units when buying bulk!

  3. Broken Arrow Says:

    Yes, we have no bananas!

    We have no bananas todaaaaaay!

  4. pretty cheap jewelry Says:

    And the winner is.......................


    You are the trivia queen for the day *hands over crown*

    Thanks for playing Smile

  5. fern Says:

    OK, here's one for you....what is a baby trout called?

  6. LuckyRobin Says:

    I had no clue on the bananas.

    Fern, is yours small fry?

  7. princessperky Says:

    fry...just fry?

  8. pretty cheap jewelry Says:

    Come back fern! Err...are you giving out prizes?

  9. fern Says:

    Laugh, ha ha.

    No, but 'small fry' is a pretty good answer.

    The correct answer is "fingerling," presumably based on the size of a baby trout, the length of one's finger. I only know this cus i once worked for a non profit who, as a fundraiser, would sell trout fingerlings to all the homeowners around here with lakes or streams on their property. Boyscouts would do release into local streams, too. We bought them from a fish hatchery in upstate NY, and all it would be was 2 guys in a pickup truck with 2 large tanks rigged up in the back. Customers would come and pick up their happily help propogate the species.

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