The “D” does not stand for "Deliverance", "Doom", "Debarkation" or similar words. In fact, it does not stand for anything. The “D” is derived from the word "Day". “D-Day” means the day on which a military operation begins. The term "D-Day" has been used for many different operations, but it is now generally only used to refer to the Allied landings in Normandy on 6 June 1944
2. What can go up a chimney down but not down a chimney up?
3. What in an automobile engine serves no purpose but without it the engine does not work?
4. There was an airplane crash, every single person died, but two people survived. How is this possible?
They were married
5. What's the real first and middle names of actor Brad Pitt?
6. What does the dessert name “tiramisu” mean in Italian?
pick me up
7. What is the original name of the game Twister?
8. What's the Secret Service code name for George W. Bush?
9. What is the original working title of the TV sitcom Married… with Children?
Not the Cosbys
10. What is the center of the Earth made of?
The inner core of the Earth is a solid metal made up of nickel and iron.
11. What's a flock of crows called?
12. How many innings in the longest major-league baseball game ever played? (1-1 tie between the Boston Braves and Brooklyn Dodgers on May 1, 1920 )
13. How much did a Burger King Whopper cost when it was first introduced in 1957?
14. What are the top three reasons that manhole covers are round?
1) Circular manhole covers, do not vary in diameter, so they can't fall through the manhole.
2) Circular manhole covers, once removed, require less lifting and less manpower, as their shape allows them to be rolled.
3) Manufacturing circular manhole covers, is easier and more accurate than any other shape.