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30 scientific facts about twins that will expand your knowledge

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Twins has always caused and will cause a lot of emotions. Someone is surprised by their similarity, someone is interested in it, and someone is simply touched by two little kids who look alike like two drops of water.


They have their own language, DNA is the same, but fingerprints are different


We at Bemorepanda have prepared some fascinating facts that will make you wonder just how special twins are.


1. Twins can come from different fathers and even belong to different races.

Yes, it sounds incredible, but it could be true. If a woman ovulates twice and then has sexual intercourse with two different men, it may well happen that both eggs are fertilized. This happens in a certain sequence, which is practically impossible to follow on purpose.


The scientific name for this phenomenon is superfecundation (hetero-paternal fertilization). It can happen during IVF. One of the few such cases was reported in Holland. Wilma and Willem Stewart applied for IVF, during which something went wrong, and as a result, two boys were born - one white, the other black. It later turned out that before the procedure, Willem's sperm was accidentally mixed with the sperm of another man.


2. Twice as many twins are born today than in decades past

Studies by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have shown that the birth rate of twins has increased by 76% since 1980. In 1980 alone, every 53rd child was born a twin, and already in 2009, every 30th.


One possible reason is later delivery. At 30, you are more likely to have twins than, for example, at 20. Another reason was reproductive treatments. There is evidence that dairy products are to blame.


3. Geminis speak their own language

Surely you have heard that little brothers or sisters spoke to each other in some incomprehensible language, but understood each other perfectly. This language is called cryptophasia and is spoken by about 40% of twins.


The fact is that children actively imitate each other, which allows them to gain vocabulary. Often it can be replenished with not the best examples, such as incomprehensible sounds, to which children attach a specific meaning and speak them freely. As the child develops and his real vocabulary grows, the so-called cryptophasia disappears - approximately by the junior school age. But some twins retain this language and use it deftly in later years.


4. Different fingerprints

Twins may look like two peas in a pod, but everyone will still have their own fingerprints.


5. If twins were separated during childbirth, then scientists will try to reunite them.

There is a heated debate in genetics and psychology to this day about which prevails - nature or nurture. Genetically, twins are very close to each other. However, how does this affect their upbringing, and will twins raised in different environments look alike?


It is almost impossible to test this experimentally, since cases of twin separation are quite rare, and no one will separate children specifically for the sake of research.


Twins Meredith Grace Rittenhouse and Meredith Ellen Harrington were born in China and adopted by two different American families that did not intersect. Throughout her childhood, Meredith Ellen shared with her parents thoughts that she felt lonely and wanted to have a sister. Subsequently, Meredith's father Ellen came across a photograph of a very similar girl. He immediately turned to the adoption agency to find a second family and arrange a meeting for the girls. When Meredith Ellen and Meredith Grace met, they immediately declared that they were born together.


6. The oldest twins were 104 years old

British twins Ena Pugh and Lily Millward were born in 1910. They are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest twins living on Earth. But later it turned out that the sisters Edith Ritchie and Evelyn Middleton from Scotland are older by as much as 50 years, and the title passed to them.


7. Twins can be different ages.

When attempts to conceive a child naturally fail, many parents turn to IVF. To increase the chances of conception, you have to fertilize several eggs at once. Parents can transfer all embryos or freeze them for several years. In the second case, it may happen that the children will be born at different times, but genetically they will be twins.


And there are interesting coincidences, as in the case of the Buffalo twins. Ronan is the eldest son, born on December 31, 2011 at 11:37 pm, and his younger brother Rory was born on January 1, 2012 at 00:10 am. The difference is literally half an hour, but it turns out that they were born in different years.


8. Diet increases the chance of having twins

This is good news for those who dream of twins and love dairy products. According to studies, they increase the likelihood of having twins.


The thing is that milk protein stimulates the ovaries and increases the level of IGF (insulin-like growth factor) by 13 times. Perhaps the culprit is growth hormone, which is actively added to livestock feed.


9. The higher the woman, the more likely she is to give birth to twins.

Modern research has shown that the taller a woman is, the higher her level of insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) is, making the ovaries more prone to ovulation.


10. Fraternal Twins

This is a less common type of twins, which occurs as a result of the fertilization of two or more eggs. As a result, twins are born, similar to each other like brothers and sisters, but with different genotypes.


11. The twin gene exists

During hyperovulation, a woman is able to reproduce more than one egg, which increases the likelihood of having fraternal twins. Hyperovulation is genetically transmitted, so it is likely that if one of your relatives has this gene, you will inherit it too. However, the appearance of identical twins does not depend on this.


12. Moms with twins are more likely to have morning sickness.

It occurs due to the fact that a woman increases the hormone hCG - human chorionic gonadotropin.


13. Two pairs of identical twins married each other: who are their children to each other?

Despite the fact that officially their children are considered cousins, they are genetically brothers.


14. Siamese twins can "read" each other's minds.

In 2011, The New York Times published an article about the two Hogan sisters, which stated that Siamese twins have a neural connection that connects the two brains. This literally allows them to "read" each other's minds.


15. Twins bond before birth

It's no secret that twins are very attached to each other. After all, they spent nine months in their mother's belly. However, attachment is formed long before birth. Doctors used 3D ultrasound to monitor five pairs of twins. Studies have shown that babies begin to reach out to each other as early as 14 weeks of gestation. The physical contact of the twins took up to 30% of the time, and at 18 weeks the contacts became more frequent.


16. Brazil is the capital of the twins

In the remote Brazilian village of Candido Godoy, between 1959 and 2008, 8% of the total number of twins were born. By the way, in the rest of the world this figure does not exceed 1%.


The initial cause was thought to be a local source of water, but later scientists proved that local women have a hyperovulation gene, which leads to a high twin birth rate.


17. Longevity Moms

Scientists from the University of Utah found an interesting pattern. Mothers of twins often live longer than other parents. For the study, data were selected from 1800 to 1970, in which records of more than 59 thousand women were studied.


18. Geminis synchronize their sleep cycles.

If one of the babies wakes up and starts crying, the other soon joins him. However, even in adulthood, if one twin does not sleep, then the other is unlikely to sleep either.


19. Twins become different

Identical twins are often very difficult to tell apart. They can literally look like exact copies of each other. But a recent article from Live Science published a study that suggests that as they mature, twins may develop differences from each other. It's all about different habits, food, rhythms of life, environmental influences, various substances and other factors.


20. Lefties are more common among twins.

According to statistics, there are more left-handers among twins than among other children. According to some reports, about one in five couples.


21. There are more twins

Between 1980 and 2009, there were 76% more twins born in the US alone, from 18.9 to 33.3 per 1,000 children.


22. Not exactly the same

Many parents sin by dressing twins in the same clothes, giving them similar hairstyles, despite the fact that completely different personalities are sitting inside. Writer Grace Lin spoke about this in her book Ling and Ting: Not Quite the Same. In this book, the writer tells about the life of identical twins with completely different characters and even hairstyles.


23. Twins have different ages

Twins are not born at the same time. The difference in their age can be up to 17 minutes, and sometimes more. There were cases when twins were born even on different days.


24. Main difference

Twins can be distinguished by their navels, because they have nothing to do with genetics. The only problem is that asking people to show their navels for identification is not always appropriate.


25. The phenomenon of the disappeared twin

In medicine, there is such a term as "disappeared twin syndrome." This happens when one of the embryos stops developing in the womb for a number of reasons.


26. There are more divorces in families with twins.

The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology has published a study that says that parents of twins are more likely to resort to divorce than in other families.


27. Record holders for the number of twins

Among all animal species, polar bears most often give birth to twins.


28. Identification of twins

To determine pregnancy with twins, doctors use a stethoscope to listen to two hearts.


29. Get ready to get better

During pregnancy with one child, a woman can add 11 to 16 kg of weight. And during pregnancy with twins, you need to be prepared for the fact that the increase will be up to 20 kg.


30. Where do most twins live?

Nigeria breaks out into the lead in the number of multiple pregnancies. In 2008, about 4% of births were twins.


The lowest figure went to China. There, as of 2011, up to 1.1% of twins are born. In the US, Massachusetts, this figure is approximately 3%. This means that up to 4 twins are born for every 100 children.




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Do you want twins? The idea of ​​having twins is enchanting for many people. If you have a twin or if you have twins in your family, the chances of you having twins are higher than those of people who do not have twins in the family at all.

The genetic predisposition to have twins applies only to mothers. If there are twins in the woman's family, her chances of having hyperovulation increase.

Many reproductive experts believe that most women have multiple pregnancies. It's just that along the way, only one of the embryos of conception remains viable and survives.

There are two types of twins: identical twins and non-identical twins. Identical or monozygotic twins form when the fertilized egg splits into two different embryos. They share the same genetic structure. Also, identical twins share the same placenta. Non-identical or dizygotic twins are made up of two separate eggs fertilized by two different sperm. These twins have a different genetic structure and a placenta for each.

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A 24-year-old woman from Moscow, Russia, amazed the whole world when she revealed that she is the mother of 21 children, 20 of them born in the last year and a half, with the help of surrogate mothers. Now, however, she claims she wants a large family with her husband, a 57-year-old businessman.

Kristina Ozturk is only 24 years old and is married to 57-year-old businessman Galip Ozturk, whom she met during a vacation in Georgia. Although the age difference between them is 33 years, the two love each other a lot and, in addition, share the same desire, namely to have a large family.

The couple, who want 105 children, revealed that they spent almost 170,000 euros on surrogate mothers between March 2020 and July 2021 and, in addition, have 16 nannies, which they pay $ 96,000.

Kristina, who has a six-year-old daughter from a previous relationship, claims to be with her children all the time and does "all the things that moms normally do." She admits, however, that the expenses for caring for the 20 children are high, but she does not complain, as her partner is a successful businessman.

"It costs us about $ 5,000 to $ 6,000 a week, which is essential for all children. Sometimes a little more, sometimes less”,said the young mother, who lives in a three-story house.

The couple's first child was born in March 2020. It is about a little boy named Mustafa, and the youngest is only three months old, being born in July of this year.

"I tell you the truth - my days are never boring. Every day is different, from planning the work schedule of the collaborators, to the purchases made for the family. ”, she confessed.

The woman also says she does not plan to have more surrogate children in the next period, but does not rule out having more children naturally.

"I want to plan a pregnancy, but not immediately, because for now I have to be close to my babies. It is difficult to be a mother for 21 children when you are pregnant ", she added.

Who is Galip Ozturk

The woman's husband, Galip Ozturk, is a successful businessman working in tourism, transport and finance. He is originally from Turkey, but has lived in Georgia for more than seven years.

He is the founder of the Turkish company Metro Holding and has a $ 500 million investment in Georgia.

Ozturk was previously married to Hulya Ozturk, with whom he has nine children, who live and work in Turkey.


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Many of us are used to believing facts. However, sometimes they sound so implausible that we are not ready to take them seriously. And such facts can be found not one or two, but much more. This is proved by a thread on Reddit, where, in response to a request from user Aden_Elvis77 to share facts that seem to be fiction but are real, people began to share their findings from the world of information.


Things you won't believe until you double-check (they prove that the world is not at all what it seems)


We at Bemorepanda share them with you. If you want to double-check some of them - please do! In any case, that's exactly what we did. After all, is it possible to take at face value that a person ate ... an airplane? That's it!


1. So strawberries are berries or not?

Strawberries are not berries, while bananas are berries.


Meowsommar, alleksana


2. About Chimborazo in Ecuador

Everest is not far from the center of the earth. The peak of Chimborazo in Ecuador is 2.1 km further away, what's even crazier is that Chimborazo isn't even the highest mountain in the Andes.


SkinnyObelix, Michael Clarke


3. What is the shortest flight in the world?

The shortest commercial flight in the world lasted 57 seconds. It was a Loganair flight between two Scottish islands, Westray and Papa Westray. Then the shortest commercial flight was recorded with a length of 2.7 km.


AnneKellyy, Josue Isai Ramos Figueroa


4. Hunger in the world cannot be overcome not because there is not enough food.

An endless supply of food will not solve the problem of world hunger. We actually have more than enough food to end world hunger, the problem is distribution/logistics.


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5. Plastic Flamingos vs. Real Flamingos - Who's More?

There are more plastic flamingos on Earth than living ones.


The same is true for unicorns. Joke:)


Positive-Source8205, Alan Levine


6. Mankind Designed The Atomic Bomb Faster Than It Moved From Bronze To Iron

It took people longer to go from a bronze sword to an iron sword than from an iron sword to an atomic bomb.


Joe_PM2804, Ricardo Cruz


7. Where are the ears of crickets located?

Getty Images / iStockphoto / Aratehortua


The ears of crickets are located on the legs.


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8. Perhaps one of the strangest pistols in the world

Associated Press


The CIA has made a heart attack gun.


9. People have an extremely developed sense of smell for ... rain

Humans smell certain components of the smell of rain (in particular, geosmin, which is part of petrikor) much better than sharks smell blood in water.


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10. Incredible skill of the 20th President of the United States

James Garfield (20th President of the United States) could write Greek with one hand and Latin with the other.


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11. What is the blood pressure of a giraffe?

The average blood pressure of a giraffe is about 300/190. They must have high blood pressure in order for the blood to reach the neck and oxygenate the brain. I am totally impressed with their cardiovascular system.


Anastasiaanne, Gary Bendig


12. Can a person eat an airplane?

Once a Frenchman ate an entire plane.


CauliflowerDaffodil, Khamkeo Vilaysing


13. That's how much dirtier a coal power plant is than a nuclear one

One coal-fired power plant generates more toxic waste per year than any nuclear power plant has ever produced.


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14. Strange platypus glow

The platypus glows under black light.


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15. Female monitor lizards can breed without males

Komodo dragons usually reproduce sexually, but females in captivity have been known to reproduce by parthenogenesis without the need for sperm.


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16. Eyes see the world not as it is, but the brain corrects everything!

Our eyes see everything upside down, but our mind perceives everything as it should.


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17. Greater Texas

Each person on Earth can have about 950 88 sq. m in Texas and leave the rest of the world completely empty. (Not that anyone wants this!)


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18. The color of carrots in the past will surprise you.

In the Middle Ages, carrots were purple.


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19. Almonds are almost peach

Almonds belong to the peach family.


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20. Who is older: sharks or trees?

Sharks are older than trees.




21. How many ants are there in the world?

The number of ants on Earth exceeds the mass of all birds and mammals combined.


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22. Where does black pepper really come from?

Black pepper is a stone fruit similar to an apricot.


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23. Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima

The atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima released an amount of energy equivalent to converting 0.7 grams (about the weight of a paper clip) of matter into energy.


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24. Does the brain distinguish between real and unreal?

Your brain can't really tell fantasy from reality.




25. What is the chance of humanity dying out in the next 10,000 years?

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According to the Doomsday Argument (the doomsday theorem), there is a 95 percent chance that human civilization will die out in the next 9120 years.




26. Math problem

Rope around the Earth: a challenge.


Take a rope tied tightly around a basketball. Now the rope must be lengthened so that there is a gap of one foot (0.000305 km) between the ball and the rope at all points, as if the rope were hanging a foot away around the entire ball. How long does the rope need to be for this? At 6.28 feet (0.0019 km).


Now take a rope taut around the Earth's equator. The task is the same - creating gaps of one foot around the entire Earth. How much should the rope be lengthened? At 6.28 feet.


This is so illogical that almost no one will believe it until it is mathematically proven.


-Slartibart, The New York Public Library


27. Do you believe in the existence of narwhals?

I am shocked at the number of people who refuse to believe that narwhals are real animals. I have one tattoo on my forearm so I guess people talk to me about it more than usual lol. It usually ends with me showing photos to Google and they are still skeptical.


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28. What marks the film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"?

"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" marks the only time that Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny officially appear in the same place at the same time, as well as Daffy and Donald.


The screen time of all characters from both companies was timed to the frame to ensure they had exactly the same amount of time with their characters.


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29. Brazil is very big...

Brazil's northernmost point is closer to Canada than Brazil's southernmost point.


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30. And finally, one fact about basketball player Shaquille O'Neal

In his entire NBA career, Shaquille O'Neal has only made one three-point shot.


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If you're into quizzes, especially pop culture quizzes, you'll know that there's one section you can't do without in today's knowledge competitions: famous TV shows. And what series is now more famous than The Simpsons, dare we ask? It seems that everyone or almost everyone around the world, has heard about this cartoon family!


Quiz: How Well Do You Remember The Simpsons?


Surprisingly, The Simpsons have been captivating viewers since 1989 and are not going to stop! You understand that the creators have accumulated vast information, a whole world with its ups and downs and secrets. And if you consider yourself an avid fan of this American animated series and are ready to confirm this not in words but deeds, we suggest you take our quiz. One hundred questions and the same number of test answers to them. Go ahead, and good luck!



1. Question: What is Homer's email address?



2. Question: What is the name of the Simpsons' favorite dog?

Answer: Santa's Little Helper.


3. Question: Which character from The Simpsons has an IQ that surpasses Liz?

Answer: Professor Frink.


4. Question: What was the name of the first full-length episode shown?

Answer: The Simpsons roasting on an open fire.


5. Q: What is Marge's natural hair color?

Answer: Grey.


6. Question: What did Homer say to the question: "Which would you choose - beer or salvation of the soul?"

Answer: What kind of beer?


7. Q: Who voiced Herbert Powell, Homer Simpson's stepbrother?

Answer: Danny DeVito.


8. Question: What is the address of the Simpsons?

Answer: The famous Simpsons house is located at 742 Evergreen Terrace.



9. Question: What are Bart Simpson's catchphrases?

Answer: “Eat my shorts!”, “Ay, caramba!”, “Don’t boil, man!”


10. Q: How many times has Stephen Hawking made a cameo on The Simpsons?

Answer: Three.


11. Question: Which character's catchphrase is a mocking "Ha-ha!"?

Answer: Nelson Muntz.


12. Question: Which of the Simpsons is a vegetarian?

Answer: Lisa.


13. Question: How many children do Apu and Manjula have?

Answer: 8.


14. Q: Which Simpsons character has five fingers on each hand?

Answer: God.


15. Question: What is the air date for the first episode of The Simpsons?

Answer: December 17, 1989.



16. Question: Name Mr. Burns' teddy bear.

Answer: Bobo.


17. Q: Which member of The Beatles was Marge in love with?

Answer: Ringo Starr.


18. Question: How many continents did the Simpsons visit?

Answer: All 7.


19. Q: Where do the Simpsons move to in The Simpsons Movie?

Answer: Alaska.


20. Q: What catchphrase from the TV show made it into the Oxford Dictionary in 2001?

Answer: "D'oh!, an expression of disappointment when you realize that something did not go according to plan."


21. Question: What is Lisa's IQ?

Answer: 159.


22. Question: What is the name of the bar where Homer often drinks?

Answer: Mo's Tavern.


23. Question: What is Marge's maiden name?

Answer: Bouvier.



24. Question: What is Mr. Burns' signature expression?

Answer: "Excellent..."


25. Question: What is the name of the Simpsons' friendly neighbor?

Answer: Ned Flanders.


26. Question: What was Ned Flanders' catchphrase?

Answer: "Oki-dok!"


27. Question: “For alcohol! The cause and solution of all life's problems! To which character do these words belong?

Answer: Homer Simpson.


28. Q: Where does Bart decide to jump Springfield Gorge?

Answer: On a skateboard.


29. Question: What color house do the Simpsons live in?

Answer: Light pink and light brown.


30. Question: In what year did Jebediah Springfield found the city of Springfield?

Answer: In 1796.


31. Question: In what sector of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant does Homer Simpson work?

Answer: 7G.


32. Question: Why was the Simpsons made yellow?

Answer: When Matt Groening created The Simpsons, he wanted the family to stand out, so he decided to make the characters a weird, yellow color.



33. Question: What animal does Bart bring to Australia that threatens to destroy the ecosystem?

Answer: Frog.


34. Question: What time is shown on the classroom clock when Bart is at the blackboard?

Answer: 15:00.


35. Q: The Simpsons originally appeared as a short on what TV show?

Answer: The Tracey Ullman Show.


36. Q: Who did Marge go to prom with in high school?

Answer: Artie Ziff.


37. Question: What is the real name of the comic book store clerk?

Answer: Jeff Albertson.


38. Question: Is The Simpsons the longest-running prime-time comedy series in American television history?

Answer: Yes.


39. Q: In what year was The Simpsons movie released?

Answer: In 2007.


40. Q: Who did Matt Groening voice?

Answer: Himself.


41. Question: What is the name of Ned Flanders' store at Springfield Mall?

Answer: The Leftorium.


42. Question: What is the name of the annual Halloween episodes?

Answer: The house of horrors on the tree. Each Halloween episode consists of three separate stories.



43. Question: What are the names of Marge's cynical twin sisters?

Answer: Patty and Selma.


44. Question: What motel is located in Springfield?

Answer: Sleep Eazy Motel.


45. Q: Who was Bart's best friend named after?

Answer: President Richard Nixon.


46. ​​Q: What jazz musician does Lisa meet on the streets of Springtown?

Answer: Murphy.


47. Question: What does Bart want for Christmas in The Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire?

Answer: Tattoo.


48. Question: What was the nickname given to Principal Skinner by his mother?

Answer: Spanky.


49. Question: What is the name of the fiery-haired exotic dancer that Homer first meets at a bachelor party?

Answer: Princess Kashmir.


50. Question: In what city do the Simpsons live?

Answer: Springfield.


51. Question: What does Mr. Burns own on The Simpsons?

Answer: A trillion dollar bill and the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.



52. Q: What episode did Michael Jackson star in?

Answer: "Totally crazy dad."


53. Question: What was the name of the man who shot Mr. Burns?

Answer: Maggie shot Mr. Burns when he tried to steal a lollipop from her.


54. Question: Which magazine named it the best TV show of the 20th century?

Answer: Time magazine.


55. Q: In the Simpsons Safari episode, Homer eats what year cracker?

Answer: 60s.


56. Question: Marge's middle name?

Answer: Jacqueline


57. Question: Who is Maggie's enemy?

Answer: Gerald Samson.


58. Question: What war did Grandpa Simpson participate in?

Answer: World War II.


59. Q: Who was Meryl Streep's voice on The Simpsons?

Answer: Bart's girlfriend, Jessica.


60. Question: What are the names of Ned Flanders' children?

Answer: Todd and Rod.


61. Question: What is the first thing that appears in the main theme of The Simpsons?

Answer: Clouds.


62. Q: Which American actress won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for playing Krusty the Clown's love interest, Princess Penelope?

Answer: Anne Hathaway.



63. Q: Who voiced Santa's little helper?

Answer: Frank Welker.


64. Question: What is The Simpsons about?

Answer: The sitcom is a satirical depiction of an imperfect American family with Homer as a loving father.


65. Question: "Oh, I wasted my life" - whose quote?

Answer: Comic book dealer.


66. Question: Which astronaut Homer went into space with in the episode "Homer in Deep Space"?

Answer: Mick Jagger.


67. Question: Since what season did the creators start using digital ink and paint for animation?

Answer: From the fourteenth season.


68. Question: Why is the Simpson family going to New York?

Answer: Pick up your car.


69. Question: What was the name of the actress who voiced Marge Simpson?

Answer: Julia Kavner.


70. Question: What is Bart's full name?

Answer: Bartholomew Jo-Jo Simpson.


71. Question: Who voiced Bart Simpson?

Answer: Nancy Cartwright.


72. Question: What part of the opening credits changes almost every week?

Answer: How the family sits on the couch.



73. Question: How does Homer work?

Answer: Nuclear Safety Inspector.


74. Question: How old is Lisa Simpson?

Answer: Eight years.


75. Question: Mr. Burns has an assistant, what is his name?

Answer: Waylon Smithers.


76. Question: How old is Bart Simpson?

Answer: 10 years.


77. Question: How did Maud Flanders die?

Answer: She fell from the top tier of the stadium after she was hit by a "volley of T-shirts" meant for Homer.


78. Q: Who wrote the theme song for The Simpsons?

Answer: Daniel Elfman.


79. Question: What was the name of Homer in the Arabic version of The Simpsons?

Answer: Omar Shamshun.


80. Question: What kind of beer is usually served in Mo's tavern?

Answer: Duff beer.


81. Question: When Bart is forced to take an intelligence test, with which of the other students does he exchange the results?

Answer: Martin Prince.


82. Question: Is Milhouse Van Houten one of the few residents of Springfield who has which of the following traits? Five fingers, purple hair or eyebrows?

Answer: Eyebrows.



83. Question: What does the J stand for in the full name Homer J. Simpson?

Answer: Jay.


84. Question: What drink did Homer create?

Answer: "Flaming Homer" (aka "Flaming Mo").


85. Question: Which member of the Simpson family is a Buddhist?

Answer: Lisa.


86. Question: Homer discovers that Lisa is quite accurate in picking winners in which sport?

Answer: Football.


87. Question: Where can the gardener Willy come from?

Answer: From Scotland.


88. Question: Who became Homer's secretary when he was promoted?

Answer: Karl.


89. Question: What is the name of Krusty the Clown's monkey?

Answer: Mr Tiny.


90. Question: Who is the creator of The Simpsons?

Answer: Matt Groening (more familiar to us is the pronunciation of the surname - Groening).


91. Q: Who is Milhouse Van Houten in love with?

Answer: Lisa.



92. Question: What is the name of the popular clown in Springfield?

Answer: Krusty the Clown.


93. Question: What is the full name of "Mo"?

Answer: Mo Sislak.


94. Question: Who works at Kwik-E-Mart?

Answer: Apu Nahasapimapetilon.


95. Q: Artie Ziff is a Simpsons character, what is he best known for?

Answer: A narcissistic internet entrepreneur obsessed with Marge.


96. Question: How did Homer work at Mr. Burns' casino?

Answer: Dealer in blackjack.


97. Question: How many children do Homer and Marge have?

Answer: Homer and Marge have three children: Bart, Lisa and Maggie.


98. Q: Who voiced Milhouse Van Houten?

Answer: Pamela Hayden.


99. Question: Bart is gathering a squad to go to which city to save the Springfield lemon tree?

Answer: Shelbyville.


100. Question: What is Homer's favorite beer?

Answer: Duff beer.



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