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Anagramming a Proverb Quiz

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Quiz Guy John Chaneski’s brain-buster involves changing the meaning of proverb by anagramming one of its words. For example, John says his friend owned a string of pottery franchises, but it all came to nothing when one of the ovens fell apart, a story that aptly illustrates the proverb: “A chain is only as good as its strongest _______.” This is part of a complete episode.

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