family feud

Woman Accurately Answers What 100 Men Know to Grow Bigger After Adolescence

Well I know how all of you would have responded to Steve Harvey’s Family Feud question, but even proper woman on national TV, put under the pressure of a 25-second clock, has no filter.

NB: This clip didn’t surface online randomly; it was uploaded at Family Feud‘s official YouTube channel.

Get Queerty Daily

Subscribe to Queerty for a daily dose of #entertainment #anatomy #familyfeud stories and more


  • wmcarpenter

    Steve Harvey is already better than Richard Karn.

  • Hyhybt

    I liked John O’Hurley, but since this is the second season in a row that no station here carries Family Feud (grrr!), this is the first I’ve seen of Steve Harvey.

  • Hyhybt

    …and here that reminded me to *check and see* and, lo and behold, it IS on the schedule.

    (The top answer, almost certainly, is “stomach.” At least, it is if the respondents are honest)

  • Wade@MacMorrighan.Net

    How was this NOT an answer from the survey?

  • Hyhybt

    Without seeing the full episode, we don’t know that it wasn’t. It probably was, getting around 2-8 points.

    I’m more curious why, on hearing her answer, he just stood there as if dumbfounded and let the clock run out. It’s not like it’s all that surprising; I’d almost have been surprised *not* to hear one or the other of them say that. (Unlike the somewhat similar incident where Richard Dawson laughs out the clock; at least “September” really was a bizarre answer to which month of a pregnancy a woman begins to show.) But ask a man any question involving a part of his body being bigger, and of *course* some of them will say “penis.”

  • Hilarious

    That was the funniest thing I’ve ever seen happen on Family Feud that wasn’t some skit making fun of the show on another show.

  • Black Pegasus

    This only displays how uptight most Americans are about Sex and the Human Body. We’d rather place our heads in the sand and not talk about (or mention) the obvious.

  • UMB

    You don’t write a question like that not hoping or expecting an answer like that, and then purposefully put it on your official youtube channel. It will go viral in 10 minutes and a show that has been stuck in daytime hell will have millions in free publicity. Obviously an engineered publicity stunt, and a funny one at that.

  • Aaron in Honolulu

    Most of the people in the audience were probably thinking the same thing.

  • Viral

    Hate that the clip cuts off before we actually see what the Survey Says… what a rip-off

Comments are closed.