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In the last Five Course Trivia edition before we head to LL75, we have a game to test our your number abilities. Presented for you here is a list of fourteen statements, each of which have a two-digit number as its answer. What you have to do is tell me is will the next number be higher or lower than the previous one.
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Good luck making it to the end! Aces high, deuces low, number these terms right, and win the dough!
1. Number featured in the brand of steak sauce made by Heinz.
[ : LOWER 57 > 31 : ]
2. Number hidden in the logo for Baskin-Robbins.
[ : HIGHER 31 < 48 : ]
3. The number of ridges on a standard Reese’s cup, like the ones that came in a classic package for two.
[ : LOWER 48 > 19 : ]
4. Number found in the nutritional cereal made by Kellogg’s that was discontinued in 2016, supposedly named by the number of attempts it took to create it.
[ : LOWER 19 > 11 : ]
5. The number of accounts the official Twitter account for KFC follows.
[ : HIGHER 11 < 24 : ]
6. Total number of avians mentioned in the title of the Brooklyn pie shop whose website can be found at birdsblack.com
[ : LOWER 24 > 23 : ]
7. Number of flavors boasted by Dr Pepper.
[ : HIGHER 23 < 86 : ]
8. Diner lingo for “cancel the order”.
[ : LOWER 86 > 65 : ]
9. The number of grams of fat for daily value, for the standard 2,000-calorie diet for ages four and up. Nutritional labels use this value for measuring.
[ : LOWER 65 > 33 : ]
10. Number mysteriously featured on every bottle of Rolling Rock lager.
[ : LOWER 33 > 15 : ]
11. The number that when translated to Spanish is incidentally the same as the name of a fruit originally used for marmalade.
[ : HIGHER 15 < 82 : ]
12. The number seen on the jerseys of all employees at Buffalo Wild Wings.
[ : LOWER 82 > 67 : ]
13. Number featured in the Canadian brand Molson’s light alternative.
[ : HIGHER 67 < 75 : ]
14. Number accompanying “French” in a cocktail made with champagne, gin, and lemon juice.
Have a good weekend! We’ll see you on Monday for LL75!
4. Product 19 is the cereal
5. They follow 6 folks named Herb and the 5 Spice Girls to get 11 Herbs and Spices
6. They are Four & Twenty Blackbirds
11. Quince is the fruit
14. French 75 is the cocktail