We all know how the mind plays tricks on us when we're under pressure, but that doesn't stop viewers giggling at every new embarrassing answer on ITV gameshow The Chase.
Who could forget when contestant Shauna made a blunder on the Bradley Walsh daytime series that ended up trending on Twitter.
She was asked to name the colour of the Statue of Liberty and was even given three options to make the answer easier - blue, pink or green.
However, the contestant appeared stumped by the question and opted for pink - because it was her favourite colour
The studio audience couldn't hold back their giggles and viewers on Twitter saw the funny side.
still can't believe that lady on The Chase thought the Statue of Liberty was pink, these are the people voting for Prime Minister next week— Clever Girl (@RowanMalyon) June 3, 2017
As if some woman on The Chase thought The Statue of Liberty was a shade of pink ! pic.twitter.com/V1L0LpfT73— Stu. (@StuRich1991) June 3, 2017
You signed up to a quiz show and think the statue of liberty is pink?? #TheChase— Chris Hobson (@NitroChrisUK) June 1, 2017
Someone on chase has just said Statue Of Liberty is pink 😧😧😧😧— Coulson (@BFCouls) June 1, 2017
The Chase has a history of some of TV quiz show’s funniest ever answers. Here are some of the show’s most memorable blunders:
1. “Complete the popular saying, "Always a bridesmaid, never the…"
2. "What member of the crow family, native to the UK has a bare face."
Answer: Russell Crowe
3. "A £2 coin issued in 2015 was criticised for a ‘schoolboy error’ because it showed King John holding what?"
Answer: A mobile phone.
4. "Name the television naturalist the 'Attenborough-asaurus' dinosaur is named after."
Answer: "Erm, Attenborough… pass."
5. "The Asteroid 4238 Audrey is named after which actress?"
Answer: Kim Bassinger
6. "In 2009, Sunderland scored against Liverpool when the ball deflected in of what object? A beach ball, an ice cream van or a sunbathing German."
Answer: Ice Cream Van
7. "Haymarket and Park are train stations in what Scottish city?"