Smart Ass Page-A-Day Calendar 2010

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Press: Workman Publishing Company; Pag edition (July 30, 2009)
ISBN:9780761152231
Author Name:Workman Publishing Company (COR)
Language:English

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Smart ass or dumb ass, you'll love this calendar. 
Here is the lively and addictively entertaining calendar based on Smart Ass, the bestselling Australian board game recently released in the United States by University Games.
Put your trivia smarts to the test with day after day of fun and quirky challenges.
You have eight clues to help you answer Who am I?, What am I?, or Where am I? And watch out for the Hard Ass questions, which don't have clues: Despite the heat, which Australian marsupial reputedly does not drink water?

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Calendars,Games,Humor & Entertainment,Puzzles & Games,Trivia



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  •     I got this as a gift for Christmas and started a daily thing where I email out to several friends the clues. My 11 year old godson wanted to be included too, so I send them to him. He gets them because they are usually VERY easy. This would be a good gift for a child, but not an adult who wants to be challenged. What's bad, though, is that it gets really hard about 15% of the time - so my godson has no idea. It would be much better if they were consistent.
  •     My wife and kids have great fun trying to see who will get it right first.
  •     The best page a day calendar I have ever owned. If you want trivia questions that you can actually answer. Sometimes it can be overly easy, hard but never impossible.
  •     I keep this on the counter where we interact with customers. It is engaging and because of the succession of clues to the day's answer, everyone can get the answer, its just a matter of how many clues it takes. We have not gotten as many comments about it as the Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader calendar which was always a huge hit with the customers.
  •     I keep it on my desk at work, and we work on the quizzes together...they're not hard at all, and we like to try and come up with someone at work that the clues could also apply to...which is even more amusing

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