The most  borrowed items in America are books.What is second?

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Danny you crack me up and yes Suz knows I borrow her trivia questions. :)
all I thought about the D and borrowing some sort of sugar for a low, not the borrowing a cup of sugar, hehe!!!

And sorry no!!
I didn't get the sugar either. I guess I was in a diabetic frame of mind as well. I thought people would only 'borrow' sugar for lows :)
Looking at all the debt, I would say that the most borrowed is money. A distant second would be books.
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I know! I know! It is "TIME!"
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By the way, where's the data to back up the claim about books? Or the data for the claims in your other trivia questions? Or are we supposed to accept the claim (and the answer) on faith?
I take my trivia off another site I belong to with the owner's permission and I have never asked her where she gets her info because yes it is just a game and I believe what she is posting to be true for the fun of it.

I don't believe she just makes the answers up.
Borrow your truck ??
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