How do you like your drink served? Cold or room temperature? Do you prefer it indoors, or do you want to go to your favorite pub and be in the company of family or some old-time friends? Well, both ideas are a good plan, but let’s talk about drinking at the pub.
Ever noticed how at first when you meet up with your circle of friends, it’s always endless talks of how you all have been, who got a promotion at work, which celebrity was spotted where, who divorced their spouse, which football team needs a coach-change, the girls taking selfies before their make-up is messed up, and everything in between?
However, after some time, people slowly switch to their phones others get bored and just quietly sip their drinks, others get to the dance floor and in the end, it doesn’t look like you all came to have a good time as a group.
Funny Pub Trivia Questions and Answers
Pub times are not really an everyday thing and that is why whenever you hook up with your people, it should be nothing short of hearty laughter and unforgettable memories. How do you manage to have a fun night away from the “norm?” We’re glad you asked.
We have compiled some funny pub trivia questions that will tickle your funny bone and ensure you have the time of your life, and while at it learn a thing or two that you didn’t know. These questions will have you saying, “huh? I didn’t know there was such a thing.” We promise it’ll be a whole heap of entertainment and your pub times will never be the same.
So, without further ado, let’s get to the fun, shall we?
1. What is the most common color of toilet paper in France?
2. What is the biggest organ of the human body?
3. Who said he could drive the devil away with a fart – Martin Luther or Martin Luther King?
4. If you dug a hole through the center of the earth starting from Wellington in New Zealand, which European country would you end up in?
5. Beaver is the national animal of which country?
6. What color is an aeroplane’s black box – black or orange?
7. Henry VIII introduced which tax in England in 1535?
8. In which popular tradition was dead bodies wrapped up as mummies and preserved for years?
9. What is mentioned in more Beatles songs – love or the weather?
10. What is the correct term for a question mark immediately followed by an exclamation mark?
11. Which human sense keeps on working after death?
12. What did Ancient Egyptian women use as contraception – crocodile dung or bandages?
13. The average person does what thirteen times a day?
14. Which human body part continues to keep growing all throughout life?
15. What is the offspring of a Zebra and a Donkey called – a Deborah or a Zonkey?
16. What is Scooby Doo’s full name – Scoobert Doo or Albert Doo?
17. Coprastastaphobia is the fear of what?
18. What was the full name of Princess Diana before marriage?
19. Who was afraid of mice – Walt Disney or Beatrix Potter?
20. What were the first ice hockey pucks made out of?
21. What was the royal title given to American actress Meghan Markle after she married Prince Harry in 2018?
22. What freezes faster – Hot water or cold water?
23. It’s illegal in Texas to put what on your neighbor’s cow?
24. Tom Hanks voiced which popular character in the animated movie; Toy Story?
25. What kills the most fruit flies – diarrhea or constipation?
27. Which bird is nicknamed The Laughing Jackass?
28. What is ‘hallux’ in the human body?
29. What do you get if you cross a sheep and a kangaroo?
30. Who entered a contest to find his own look-alike and came 3rd?
31. Name three popular countries of the world where the currency is ‘Rupee’
32. What do you call a fish with no eyes?
33. What is the biggest fish in the sea?
34. What do you call a bear without any teeth?
35. French artist Aquabouse paints cows with what material?
36. What is the rarest blood group?
37. What is at the bottom of the ocean and shivers with anxiety?
38. In 1978 an Iowa judge dismissed a drink driving charge for what obscure reason?
39. What is the most common blood group type in the United Kingdom?
40. What time should you go to the dentist’s?
41. In which country are there six villages called Silly, 12 called Billy, and two called Pratt?
42. Which planet of the universe did the fictional character ‘Superman’ come from?
43. What’s E.T. short for?
44. Native to the Caribbean, what sort of animal is the mountain chicken?
45. What is the currency of China?
46. Why is 6 afraid of 7?
47. The UK’s Dyslexia Research Trust is based in which British city?
48. Who won the first-ever FIFA World Cup?
49. Why did the scarecrow win a Nobel prize?
50. What nickname was given to Rembrandt’s The Night Watch after being over-restored in the 1940s?
51. How many holes are there for a bowling ball pin?
52. What is the pig’s best karate move?
53. True or false: You can sneeze in your sleep
54. Name a popular American music artist who released a music album called ‘Thriller’?
55. What do you get if lie down well under a cow?
56. Who invented the word vomit?
57. Who is known as the king of pop in the US?
58. “I told you I was ill” is carved on the gravestone of which British comedian and cast member of The Goon Show?
59. Which European country has 158 verses to its national anthem?
60. What was the Disney show named in which singer/actor Miley Cyrus played a double role of an ordinary girl and singer superstar?
61. Who was the first US President to be elected with a criminal record?
62. Which country has the most tornadoes by area?
63. Who played the role of Miley’s father in the popular show ‘Hannah Montanna’?
64. Appropriately, or perhaps, unfortunately, in which town in the UK is the Dyslexia Research Trust based?
65. The leader of which country has his face on all the joghurt pots, has named the month January after himself and banned ballet.
66. When you mix blue and yellow together; what color is produced?
67. Which highly successful product is sold in a hyperbolic paraboloid container?
68. What is the collective noun for a group of unicorns?
69. Does apple fruit sink or float when thrown in deep water?
70. How is the Synthetic Personnel Using Dialectic Substitution project, in which Boeing use potatoes to test Wi-Fi functionality on aircraft, known?
71. Where was the fortune cookie invented?
72. What is heavier in weight; 1 kg of iron or 1 kg or apples?
73. What substance makes up 60% of the brain?
74. What is the cross between a donkey and a zebra known as?
75. Which is the longest-running American television show?
76. Appropriately, or perhaps, unfortunately, hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is the fear of what?
77. How long has the Simpsons television show been run for on TV?
78. What was briefly known as New Orange, after it was captured from the English by the Dutch in 1673?
79. What is the name of Ellen Pompe’s character in Grey’s Anatomy?
80. Which classic children’s book came about when the editor bet the author that he could not write a book using fewer than 50 different words?
81. How did Jack win tickets to Titanic in the movie?
82. What is the most common sign of pregnancy?
83. Who owns all the swans in England?
84. Which famous cartoon character’s real first name is Minerva?
85. How long does pregnancy last for human beings?
86. How many times did Sherlock Holmes say “Elementary, my dear Watson” in total across all the books by Arthur Conan Doyle?
87. How many bones are present in the human body?
88. According to government press releases, which world leader bowled a perfect 300 game on his first attempt, struck 11 holes in one on one round of golf and could drive at the age of three?
89. Who painted the popular portrait of Mona Lisa?
90. What is the longest gap between the birth of twins? 87 minutes, 87 hours or 87 days?
91. In which year was Pablo Picasso born?
92. Female kangaroos have as many vaginas as octopuses have hearts. How many?
93. In which country are the only cashpoints in the world that can be used in Latin?
94. What was the nationality of Pablo Picasso?
95. What phrase is inscribed on the tombstone of Mel Blanc, best known for voicing a famous cartoon character?
96. Name a Pakistani couture fashion brand that opened its first franchise in Qatar in 2017?
97. Golfer Phil Mickelson is known unaffectionate on the tour as FIGJAM, a reference to his readiness to publicize his own ability. What does FIGJAM stand for?
98. Who made the Taj Mahal in Agra, India?
99. In which Olympic sport might you jerk and snatch?
100. Name three world popular pizza franchises?
101. Which US President ran 6 companies that went bankrupt, fought at Wrestlemania 23 and, whilst at school, punched his music teacher in the face?
102. How old was Martin Luthur King Jr. when he was assassinated?
103. What do you call a man without a spade on his head?
104. Which is the basic country that the Star Wars Series has been primarily filmed in?
105. What do you call a woman covered in snails?
106. What percentage of people around the world are left-handed?
107. What do you call a man with no shins?
108. Which is the most populated country in the world?
109. What do you call a man with a seagull on his head?
110. Which country of the world was first to have a female prime minister?
111. What do you call a woman with one leg?
112. Name Pakistani female PM who ran the office while she was pregnant?
113. What do you call a man hiding in a pile of leaves?
114. How many episodes of the popular sitcom ‘Friends’ are there in total?
115. What do you call a woman that warms you up?
116. In which popular Pakistani television show did Mahira Khan play the role of Khirad?
117. What do you call a woman who looks like a little onion?
118. How many years are there in one century?
119. What do you call a man with no hair?
120. How many eggs make two dozen?
121. What do you call a man who floats around in the water?
122. Name any three types/kinds of cheese
123. Nobel. Nobel Who?
124. Name three types of red meat
125. Cow says. Cow says who?
126. What does Cinderella leave at the ball that helped the prince trace her?
127. Luke. Luke who?
128. At what time did Cinderella’s magical charm begin to wear off?
129. Lettuce. Lettuce who?
130. What is bigger; mars or earth?
131. Police. Police who?
132. What part of the egg has the fat content; white or york?
133. Tank. Tank Who?
134. Europe. Europe Who?
135. Name three types of Pasta dishes.
136. Honey Bee. Honey Bee who?
137. What is the national dish of Germany?
138. Spell. Spell who?
139. What is the national fruit of America?
140. Icy. Icy who?
141. What is a traditional type of meat cooked on Thanksgiving in western cultures?
142. In California, it is illegal for a woman to drive wearing a housecoat. Law or Lie?
143. It is illegal for liquor stores in Kansas to sell milk? Law or Lie?
144. Where did Pasta originate from?
145. It is illegal to fall asleep with your shoes on in North Dakota. Law or Lie?
146. Where did cheeseburgers originate from?
147. In Kansas, it is illegal to shoot a rabbit from a motorboat. Law or Lie?
148. Name the fruit that is a type of peach
149. It is against the law in Nebraska to cut the grass in your garden with a knife and fork. Law or Lie?
150. What is the national dish of England?
151. In Texas, it is illegal to milk another person’s cow. Law or Lie?
152. What was Christopher Columbus famous for?
153. It is illegal to wear sandals with socks in the state of Arizona? Law or Lie?
154. What was Mir Taqi Mir famous for?
155. In Alabama, it is illegal to wear a fake moustache that causes laughter in church. Law or Lie?
156. Who was the son of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan?
157. It is illegal to buy or sell second-hand jumpers in New Jersey. Law or Lie?
158. Who has married Jodha Bai married to?
159. In the state of New York, the crime of jumping off the roof of a tall building is punishable by death. Law or Lie?
160. What is the season of cold called?
161. Which eponymous TV sitcom character had kids called Becky, Darlene and D.J.?
162. What is the season of flowers called?
163. Where did Woody, Coach, Diane, Sam, and Rebecca all work?
164. What is the season of rainfall called?
165. Which title character lived in an apartment across the hall from Cosmo Kramer?
166. Is Mango a summer fruit or winter?
167. Which show begins with George Bluth Sr being taken into custody?
168. What is a Brazilian blowout?
169. Potsie Weber and Ralph Malph are Richie’s two friends in which show?
170. What is the national currency of the UK?
171. Which show centers on the tribulations of sketch writer Liz Lemon?
172. How many apples did snow white eat to get poisoned?
173. Which classic sitcom starred Christopher Lloyd, Danny DeVito, Tony Danza, and Andy Kaufman?
174. What did Aerial give in return for becoming a human from a mermaid?
175. Which Robin Williams sitcom, in which he played an alien, was a spin-off from Happy Days?
176. What had made the handsome prince a beast in beauty and the beast?
177. Carla Tortelli, Cliff Clavin, and Norm Peterson all appear as guest characters in a season 9 episode of which long-running spin-off sitcom?
178. Who is known as the King of Bollywood?
179. How was the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital referred to in the title of a Korean War sitcom?
180. Who is the Rock?
181. How many time zones are there in Russia?
182. What is the world’s largest land mammal?
183. Name a popular movie starring the Rock in which he played a rugby player?
184. What’s the national flower of Japan?
185. Rio de Janeiro is a city in which South American country?
186. Who is Nicky Minaj?
187. How many stripes are there on the US flag?
188. Which Middle Eastern city is also the name of a type of artichoke?
189. Which singer released the song uptown funk?
190. What’s the national animal of Australia?
191. With which sport is Silverstone most associated?
192. Who is a popular domestic cook from the UK?
193. How many days does it take for the Earth to orbit the Sun?
194. Nostradamus was famous for making what?
195. Which fish is actually not a type of fish?
196. Which of the following empires had no written language? Incan, Aztec, Egyptian, Roman
197. In mythology, Romulus and Remus were brought up by which animal?
198. Name three types of shellfish
199. Until 1923, what was the Turkish city of Istanbul called?
200. What is the main source of vitamin C?
201. What is the Capital of the United States?
202. What country has the most islands in the world?
203. Insulin is commonly used to treat which condition?
204. What is the capital of Germany?
205. What’s the smallest country in the world?
206. The first atom bomb was dropped on which Japanese city?
207. How many millimeters are in 1 centimeter?
208. What’s the capital of Canada?
209. What is dermatophobia the fear of?
210. Which holiday is celebrated on a different day each year?
211. Name the largest (not highest) mountain range in the world.
212. What is the first month of the Islamic calendar?
213. Where is the lowest natural place on planet Earth?
214. The Velocipede was a nineteenth-century prototype of what?
215. What was the title of Victoria Beckham in her musical group?
216. Name the longest river in the world?
217. Which is Britain’s oldest Sunday newspaper, published for the first time in 1791?
218. What is Canada known to have invented and it includes butter?
219. What is the slang name for New York City, used by locals?
220. What was the middle name of Wolfgang Mozart?
221. Name the only state in the US that cultivates coffee beans?
222. Name the best-selling book series of the 21st century?
223. What is the art of stuffing animals for preservation?
224. Which drink has more content of alcohol; wine or beer?
225. Which language has the most words (according to dictionary entries)?
226. The term bhp is used when describing the power of a motor vehicle; for what does it stand?
227. Who invented condensed milk?
228. Which famous graffiti artist comes from Bristol?
229. What is Prince William’s second name?
230. What is the most popular takeout dish in America?
231. Norwegian artist Edvard Munch is famous for painting which iconic piece?
232. Who invented the Flying Shuttle in 1733?
233. Who was the second wife of Hollywood actor Brad Pitt?
234. Which artist painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome?
235. What does a Geiger Counter measure?
236. Which NBA star was Kim Kardashian notoriously married to for 72 days?
237. When did they open the London underground?
238. If you were an LLD, what profession would you be involved in?
239. What are the names of Kim Kardashian’s children?
240. How many of Henry VIII’s wives were called Anne?
241. Who was the inventor of Iced Tea?
242. Who invented the World Wide Web, and when?
243. The traditional Claret Jug is the trophy awarded to the winner of which annual sporting event?
244. Which place is known as the capital of Ice Cream?
245. Who invented the iconic Little Black Dress?
246. Who, in 1991, became the first driver to win the first four races of a Formula One grand prix season?
247. Which American invented the ice cream sandwich?
248. What happened on July 20th, 1969?
249. Which former England football international goalkeeper of the 1940s became a journalist and was killed in the Manchester United Munich air disaster?
250. When was the first issue of Vogue published?
251. Tennis. The two girls who won the women’s doubles for the USA at the 1992 Olympic Games had the same surname. What name?
252. Where is Billie Eilish from?
253. In which country did the first Football World Cup finals take place in 1930?
254. What city do The Beatles come from?
255. Cricket. In 1995, Jack Russell took how many catches in a Test to create a new world record?
256. What is the all-time most-streamed song on Spotify to date?
257. What was the nationality of Eugenio Monti, a bobsleigh driver who won 11 world titles?
258. What is the most-streamed album on Spotify in 2019?
259. In 2012 Lewis Hamilton announced he was leaving McLaren to drive for which other Formula 1 team?
260. How many keys does a classic piano have?
261. Who was declared the Sportsman of the Century in 1999 by both the prestigious US magazine ‘Sports Illustrated’ and the BBC?
262. Which famous American pop band was originally called ‘Kara’s Flowers?
263. Which country is regarded as the primary practitioner of the game of polo?
264. Where was the first modern Olympic Games held?
265. Who has scored a record 277 points in Rugby World Cup football?
266. Which football team is known as ‘The Red Devils?
267. Who scored both goals in the final as Manchester United lifted Alex Ferguson’s first European trophy in 1991?
268. Which driver has won the most Formula 1 championships?
269. Golf: Which country will host the 2018 Ryder Cup, the first time the competition has been held there?
270. Who is 3rd on the all-time list of female tennis Grand Slam champions?
271. What is the name of the two Ukrainian brothers who have held boxing World Heavyweight titles in the twenty-first century?
272. What was the clothing company Nike originally called?
273. Who was the first black player to play in baseball’s major leagues in 1947 and for which side?
274. When was Netflix founded?
275. Which country staged the last FIFA World Cup Final of the 20th century outside Europe?
276. What was the most-watched series on Netflix in 2019?
277. Which British actor died whilst still filming his supporting role in Ridley Scott’s Gladiator?
278. Name Pixar’s first feature-length movie?
279. ‘The Godfather’ was released in 1972; who played the title role?
280. What is the name of the coffee shop in the sitcom Friends?
281. What is the name of the villain in the first Superman movie (1980) played by Gene Hackman?
282. Name Disney’s first film?
283. Which British actor won a Golden Globe and an Emmy for his work in the HBO drama series ‘Homeland’?
284. Who played James Bond in “For Your Eyes Only”?
285. Who plays a predatory femme fatale and the FBI agent tracking her down in the 1987 thriller ‘Black Widow’?
286. Which Bruce starred in “Die Hard”?
287. ‘God Bless America’ was a 2012 movie made by which comic film-maker and actor?
288. Which TV show detailed the planned invasion of earth by an alien force called the ‘Visitors’?
289. Which film concerns the declaration of war by Freedonia against neighboring Sylvania?
290. What was Alex Haley’s slave drama, screened in the 1970s and still one of the most-watched dramas in US TV history?
291. Who starred in the defining 1958 Hammer Horror version of Dracula as the urbane but terrifying Count, and who played his nemesis, Van Helsing?
292. Who was I in the ‘I Am Legend?
293. What is the name of the possessed girl played by Linda Blair in ‘The Exorcist’?
294. Which two actors have played Spider-Man in Hollywood versions of the story in the twenty-first century?
295. Which influential and controversial 1970s thriller starring Clint Eastwood featured a serial killer called Scorpio
296. Who won an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of American activist Malcolm X?
297. Roughly what proportion of their DNA do humans and chimpanzees share: 77%, 92% or 98.5% ?
298. Which English chemist discovered the most elements?
299. What name is given to a biological process that sets itself naturally to a 24 hours cycle?
300. An absence of the SRY gene means what for a human being?