Five years, two million customers, twenty million questions, and now this, the fourth book of texts from AQA 63336, the UK's most accurate text question and answer service. More Brilliant Answers highlights the weirdest, most difficult, strangest and funniest as well as revealing the most popular questions texted by the British public to 63336 over the last year.
It includes prime Q&As including: Q. What was Noah's wife called? A. Noah's wife is not named in the Bible, but according to Jewish tradition her name was Naamah. 10% of Americans think Joan of Arc was Noah's wife; Q. What's smellier than an anchovy? A: Far smellier than an anchovy is titan arum, the world's smelliest plant, stinking of rotting flesh. Don't use in a bouquet, unless you want to break up; Q. How much does a ghost weigh? A. The average ghost weighs just 544g (1.2lb). Coincidentally, this is the exact same weight as the average white cotton bedsheet, minus 2 eye holes.
AQA is enduringly popular, as customers' and readers' comments show: 'You should be congratulated on hiring such humorous people'; 'AQA's word is now gospel in our lives'; 'Do you have any remedies for being addicted to AQA?'; 'I love AQA. You are like a big fat person who is all jolly and soft and I just want to hug you.'