Question of the day

Jun 08, 2015

Our last question asked: Who famously took a day off, 30 years ago today? Yes, that would be Ferris Bueller. Life moves pretty fast, right? "If you don't stop and look around for a while, you could miss it."

Congratulations to Stephanie Matthews of Golin Global for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to Jessica M. Pasko, Deborah Park, Lori Nash Byron (who answered "Bueller...Bueller...Bueller...(how many of THOSE answers will you get?)"--a lot, Lori!), Brian Hyland, Waterfield Designs, Marlena, Hollywood Highlands, Ken Walker (who jokingly answered "Abe Froman, the Sausage King of Chicago"), Aileen Katcher, Carrie Gray (who couldn't believe it's been 30 years), Paul Boyd, Julie Jarratt, Paul DelColle, Kate S. Alexander, Kathleen Dutro Adams and Belynda Cianci (who answered "Ferris Bueller? God I hope so, or I'm going to have to admit I'm actually a Millennial"). Us, too, Belynda. Shout outs to Thomas Feyer and Margo Howard, who guessed "Cal Ripken, Jr." and "God," respectively.
As for today's question, here it is: BuzzFeed just posted what they are calling the UK's "very first political interview" conducted entirely in ... what?
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