7 O’Clock Brain Lock

7 O’Clock Brain Lock

Wake Up Your Brain w/Brooks!

Play 7 O’Clock Brain Lock, win Bojangles & National Geographic Kids Book: Kids vs Plastic: Ditch the Plastic and Find the Pollution Solution to Bottles, Bags, and Other Single-Use Plastics !!!

National Geographic Kids Book: Kids vs Plastic: Ditch the Plastic and Find the Pollution Solution to Bottles, Bags, and Other Single-Use Plastics

It’s in your toothbrush … your clothes … your earbuds. Chances are, you’re touching it right now. We’re talking about plastic! Plastic is absolutely everywhere and in practically everything we touch, from pens to water bottles to sports equipment. And a lot of it is used once and then thrown away. Unfortunately, it takes a REALLY long time for plastic to break down and it can be harmful to our environment, especially wildlife. But why and when did we start using it in so much stuff? And how do we stop?

Discover shocking stats and surprising facts; inspirational interviews with National Geographic explorers and leading researchers who are working tirelessly to protect the planet; tons of simple suggestions for sustainable swaps; and more eco-friendly choices and smart action steps. This book answers all of your burning questions about plastic and offers tangible ways to get involved, reduce plastic use, and create a more plastic-free future!

 

Bojangles’ is serving up those HOT fresh made from scratch Buttermilk Breakfast Biscuits all day every day! Hey breakfast fans, It’s Bo’ Time!

 

Brain Lock Question:

04/01 – This is something we heard often in the 70s and 80s, possibly on a daily basis. It still exists, but thanks to modern technology, you’re less likely to hear it these days. What? A busy signal!

04/05 – When it comes to Easter candy, 3 out of 4 people do THIS…? Bite the chocolate bunny’s ears off first!

04/06 – Americans consumed an estimated 16 million of these over the weekend. What? Jelly beans!

04/07 – 86% of children have lied to their parents about this. What is it? Brushing their teeth!

04/08 – Teenage girls do this about once a week. What is it? Slam a door!

04/09 – On average, you’ll hold on to one of these for 16 years. What is it? A handmade gift / art from kids!

04/12 – In a new survey, nearly half of people say if they’re going to do this, they prefer to do it at home. What? Work out!

04/13 – A survey of senior office managers says this is the number one thing that was unacceptable in the office 10 years ago, but is fine today. What is it? Tattoos!

04/14 – The average person will turn this on and off four times a day. What is it? Their car!

04/15 – On average we all have 9 of these, but never use 3 of them…? Keys!

04/16 – 20% of people between the ages of 18 and 34 can’t do this. Can’t do what? Tell time on an analog clock!

 

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