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Quiz: Mid-2000s Emo Band Song Title OR Mnemonic Device Used in STEM Classes?

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(answers below!)

1. I've Got All This Ringing in My Ears and None on My Fingers  

2.  I Value Xylophones Like Cows Dig Mooing

3.  King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk

4. There's a Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought of It Yet

5. Do Kings Play Chess On Fine Green Silk?

6. Chia-Like, I Shall Grow

7. Good to Know That If I Ever Need Attention All I Have to Do Is Die 

8. Pregnant Camels Often Sit Down Carefully, Perhaps Their Joints Creak? Possibly Early Oiling Might Prevent Permanent Rheumatism

9. When I Get Home, You're So Dead

10. Old People From Texas Eat Spiders


Emo Song Title: 

1. (Fall Out Boy); 4. (Panic! at the Disco); 6. (Say Anything); 7. (Brand New); 9. (Mayday Parade)


Mneminic Device:

2. (Roman Numerals); 3. (Metric System); 5. (Classification of Living Organisms); 8. (Geological Periods); 10. (Bones of the Skull)




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