Fun Trivia Questions and Answers

All work without play will “make you a dull person,” seriously! It’s important to take some time off and engage in fun activities. After all, we all want to have some fun, right? 

Fun trivia questions are one of the amazing ways of connecting with your friends and family in your spare time as you gauge your knowledge on literally any topic. You get to have so much fun, and while at it, you learn different things about different topics.

Fun Trivia Quizzes for Kids and Adults

How many times has Kim Kardashian been married? Who is the richest Kardashian/Jenner sister? The answers to these questions can seem so obvious,  especially to those who keep up with the reality show. Below, are more easy trivia questions for you and your circle of friends for those weekends when you do not have a lot to do.

How many teeth does a snail have? Which animal doesn’t sleep? Wow, who would have thought about the number of teeth in a snail, and even worse, is there an animal that doesn’t sleep? We all thought some sleep is necessary for the body, right? We have compiled a list of some hard trivia questions as well to jog your mind and add more information to your knowledge.

Check out the questions we have lined up for you. Let’s have some fun!

Fun trivia quiz questions

  • What is the name of the mysterious force thought to account for over 85 percent of the universe?

    Dark Matter

  • What was the name of the dog the Soviet space agency sent up in low space orbit in 1957?

    Laika

  • Who was Henry VIII’s first wife?

    Catherine of Aragon

  • In publishing, what does POD mean?

    Print on demand

  • Who wrote the Vampire Chronicles, which include the noels Armand, Blood and Gold, and Interview with the Vampire?

    Anne Rice

  • Which garden is considered to be among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World?

    The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

  • Who invented the rabies vaccine?

    Louis Pasteur

  • What kind of weapon is a falchion?

    A sword

  • What is someone who shoes horses called?

    Farrier

  • Where would you find the Sea of Tranquility?

    The moon

  • Which animal has the largest eye in the world?

    The giant squid

  • In which video game did Super Mario first appear?

    Donkey Kong

  • Who received the first artificial heart transplant surgery in 1982?

    Barney Clark

  • In the movie “The Golden Child,” what does the child animate to amuse his captor?

    A Coke can

  • How many neck bones does a giraffe have?

    Seven

  • Which Jamaican runner is an 11-time world champion and holds the record in the 100 and 200-meter race?

    Usain Bolt

  • What’s the shortcut for the “copy” function on most computers?

    Ctrl C

  • When Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, how many NBA Championships did he win?

    Six

  • Where were the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights stored during World War II?

    Fort Knox

  • How many Earths could fit inside the sun?

    1.3 million

  • What part of the atom has no electric charge?

    Neutron

  • Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)?

    Marie Curie

  • What does “HTTP” stand for?

    HyperText Transfer Protocol

  • What year was the very first model of the iPhone released?

    2007

  • How many soccer players should each team have on the field at the start of each match?

    11

  • How much weight can an ant lift?

    50 times its weight

  • How long is an eon in geology?

    A billion years

  • How many total time zones are there in the world?

    24

  • What’s the medical term for bad breath?

     Halitosis

  • What is the fastest fish in the ocean?

    Sailfish

  • Who in Hollywood is known as “The Voice of God”?

    Morgan Freeman

  • How many times did Ross Geller marry and divorce on Friends?

    Three times (Carol, Emily, Rachel)

  • Who famously played Bill Clinton on Saturday Night Life?

    Darrell Hammond

  • What is the real name of Jersey Shore’s Snooki?

    Nicole Polizzi

  • What does space sound like?

    Space is silent

  • What heavenly body was demoted from planet status recently?

    Pluto

  • Which Williams sister has won more Grand Slam titles?

    Serena

  • What year was Walt Disney born?

    1901

  • Name the Spanish artist, sculptor, and draughtsman famous for co-founding the Cubist movement?

    Pablo Picasso

  • Which kind of flower bulbs were once exchanged as a form of currency?

    Tulips

  • What’s the first letter on a typewriter?

    Q

  • What is the world’s longest river?

    Amazon

  • What is the only American state that begins with the letter “p”?

    Pennsylvania

  • When was William Shakespeare born?

    April 23, 1564

  • How old is Lil’ Wayne?

    37 years old

  • Which desert is the largest in the world?

    The Sahara Desert

  • What is allspice alternatively known as?

    Pimento

  • What is the symbol for potassium?

    K

  • What is the largest bone in the human body?

    The femur

  • In what year was the first episode of South Park aired?

    1997

  • Who played Neo in The Matrix?

    Keanu Reeves

  • How many weeks are in a year?

    52

  • What is the diameter of Earth?

    8,000 miles

  • How many years is a law school program?

    Three years. Total schooling is closer to seven years

  • Which instrument did John Lennon play in the Beatles?

    Rhythm guitar

  • Who were the main characters in Wayne’s World?

    Wayne (Mike Meyers) and Garth (Dana Carvey)

  • Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Explorer are different types of what?

    Web browsers

  • Which company owns Bugatti, Lamborghini, Audi, Porsche, and Ducati?

    Volkswagen

  • What color is Absynthe?

    Green

  • What is sushi traditionally wrapped in?

    Edible seaweed

  • How many rides are at Disney World?

    46

  • Who sang the song, “My Way”?

    Frank Sinatra

  • Which mammal doesn’t have vocal cords?

     Giraffe

  • What is “Vineyard” in Vineyard Vines named after?

    Martha’s Vineyard

  • Which country did AC/DC originate in?

    Australia

  • What is your body’s largest organ?

    The skin

  • What was Beyoncé’s first solo album?

    Dangerously In Love

  • What is the name of the thin but long country that spans more than half of the western coast of South America?

    Chile

  • Who was the first American to go into space?

    Alan Shephard

  • What does the term “piano” mean?

    To be played softly

  • Which country is Prague in?

    Czech Republic

  • What flavor is Cointreau?

    Orange

  • Which boxer was known as “The Greatest” and “The People’s Champion”?

    Muhammad Ali

  • Which sport does Costantino Rocca play?

    Golf

  • What was the name of the family who starred in 7th Heaven?

    The Camdens

  • What color is a Himalayan poppy flower?

     Blue

  • How many phases of the moon are there?

     Eight

  • Which actress said, “Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy night,” in All About Eve?

    Bette Davis (as Margo Channing)

  • What state is the Lincoln family home (Hildene) located in?

    Vermont

  • Which scientist was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics?

    Albert Einstein

  • What nationality was Marco Polo?

    Venetian

  • How long does it take to hard boil an egg?

    Seven minutes

  • Which reality show series is Andy Cohen’s favorite?

    The Real Housewives

  • Which castle is on the island of Anglesey?

    Beaumaris

  • Kodiak island is in which US state?

    Alaska

  • What language has the most words?

    English

  • How many pairs of wings does a bee have?

    Two

  • What did Queen Anne die of?

    A stroke

  • What was Britney Spears’ first song?

    “Baby One More Time”

  • Who starts first in chess?

    White

  • Which is the only vowel on a standard keyboard that is not on the top line of letters?

    A

  • Pure water has a pH level of around?

    Seven

  • Which country invented tea?

    China

  • Name the three primary colors?

    Red, yellow, and blue

  • Who discovered penicillin?

    Fleming

  • What is Ariana Grande’s brother’s name?

     Frankie

  • What is the third sign of the zodiac?

    Gemini

  • Which is the highest waterfall in the world?

    Angel Falls, Venezuela.

  • Globe and Jerusalem are types of what?

     Artichoke

  • Where would you find the world’s most ancient forest?

    Daintree Forest north of Cairns, Australia

  • What colors are the Norwegian flag?

    Red, white, and blue

  • How much does the Chewbacca costume weigh?

    Eight pounds

  • Who did Madonna kiss at the 2003 VMAs?

    Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera

  • About how many taste buds does the average human tongue have?

    10,000

  • What is Chandler’s last name in the sitcom Friends?

    Bing

  • What is the painting “La Gioconda” more usually known as?

    The Mona Lisa

  • What is the capital city of Spain?

     Madrid

  • Which song by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee has the most views (of all time) on YouTube?

    “Despacito”

  • In which city was Jim Morrison buried?

    Paris

  • Which email service is owned by Microsoft?

    Hotmail

  • Hg is the chemical symbol of which element?

    Mercury

  • Info.cern.ch is famous for being what?

    The world’s very first website

  • What is the world's biggest spider?

    Goliath birdeater tarantula

  • Whereabouts in London is the Stock Exchange?

    Paternoster Square

  • Name the artist who was born in Milan in 1571 and was described during his lifetime as the most famous painter in Rome, despite having had a death warrant issued against him by the Pope?

    Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio

  • What is painter and sculptor Michelangelo's full name?

    Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni

  • In the long-running British TV series Coronation Street, what was the name of Minni Caldwell's cat?

    Bobby

  • Who, in 1806, became King George's favourite potter?

    Josia Spode

  • Who created the animation for Monty Python?

    Terry Gilliam

  • I'm called thick when close to the ground, but people smile when I'm high. What am I?

    A cloud

  • Born in the 16th Century in Devon, England, his career was linked to tobacco and potatoes, and he was imprisoned in the Tower of London. Who was this?

    Sir Walter Raleigh

  • Name the Corsican who captured Toulon and who sold Louisiana to America?

    Napoleon Bonaparte

  • Name the British lady who played a role in the Crimean War, and who received the Order of Merit in 1907?

    Florence Nightingale

  • Home to the Ross Sea and a species of flightless bird—where is this?

    Antarctica

  • I have a cake and a table named after me, and I'm used all round the world. What am I?

    Coffee

  • What has three classes, can be found underground or high up, and can be a target for ultra-modern hopes or lavish nostalgia?

    Trains

  • Which type of entertainment has cars but no roads, curves but no figure, and white knuckles?

    Roller coaster

  • Name the British-American actress famous for her violet eyes and voluptuous figure, who found fame as an Egyptian?

    Elizabeth Taylor

  • Who was the Hollywood star, born in 1928, who made her first film at the age of three, and who was famous for frilly dresses and ringlets?

    Shirley Temple

  • Name the French novelist and poet, born in 1802, who was exiled to Jersey and who wrote about a hunchback?

    Victor Hugo

  • I am Liverpudlian but not Liverpool. What am I?

    Everton Football Club

  • Which frequently used household item has a tree but no leaves?

    Mug

  • Which London square is famous—or infamous—for its pigeon population?

    Trafalgar

  • Which English national park is associated with poets and an illustrator of small animals?

    Lake District

  • Name this stringless fictional character created by Carlo Collodi over one hundred years ago?

    Pinocchio

  • Available in many sizes and styles, and able to halt at many train-free stations, what am I?

    A radio

  • Usually partnered with milk, but sometimes also with jam and custard, name this yellow-gold dry food?

    Cornflakes

  • Which hero of a seasonal song has a very shiny nose?

    Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer

  • What did A.E. Frick invent in 1887, which are now worn by thousands if not millions of people?

    Contact lenses

  • Name the fictional character whose household duties did not prevent her determination to dance?

    Cinderella

  • Name the Chinese writer, born in 551 BCE, known for preaching high moral standards?

    Confucius

  • Who wrote the epic poem Paradise Lost?

    John Milton

  • Which famous novel featured Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March?

    Little Women

  • In women's gymnastics, what is 6 ft. 6 in. long?

    Beam

  • Which Welsh poet insisted that we do not go gently into the night?

    Dylan Thomas

  • Where on the human body is the zygomatic bone found?

    Facial cheek

  • Which is the most northerly of the Channel Isles?

    Alderney

  • What is an irrational fear of trees called?

    Dendrophobia

  • In nautical terms, what is the opposite of windward?

    Leeward

  • Which Russian town suffered an infamous nuclear disaster in 1986?

    Chernobyl

  • Which word can be placed before bottle, bell and bird?

    Blue

  • Name the doctor played by Tom Baker, William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton, among others?

    Dr. Who

  • In J.M. Barrie's novel, where did the Lost Boys live?

    Never Never Land

  • What happened to the racehorse named Shergar in 1983?

    Kidnapped

  • Which summer dessert is often eaten during Wimbledon's tennis matches?

    Strawberries and cream

  • Who was the lover of the Roman known as Marc Anthony?

    Cleopatra

  • Which Tasmanian marsupial is known for its fiery temper?

    Tasmanian Devil

  • Who was the last prisoner to be held in the Tower of London?

    Rudolf Hesse

  • What is the name of Europe's most northern town?

    Hammerfest, Norway

  • Which ocean surrounds the Maldives?

    Indian Ocean

  • When did the French Revolution end?

    1799

  • Which Scot founded the Presbyterian Church?

    John Knox

  • Who invented the bikini?

    Louis Reard

  • Name the actor who died in 1984 and who also starred in the film titled 1984?

    Richard Burton

  • What is entomophobia?

    An irrational fear of insects

  • What is manzanilla?

    A light sherry

  • Who changed the name of his ship from The Pelican to The Golden Hind?

    Sir Francis Drake

  • How many sides, in total, would three triangles and three rectangles have?

    21

  • Which is larger: 50% or five-eighths?

    Five-Eighths

  • What is one quarter of 1,000?

    250

  • Which country does the sport of pelato come from?

    Spain

  • What takes place in Hong Kong's Happy Valley?

    Horse racing

  • Who sang about being an eggman and a walrus?

    The Beatles

  • Which city does the River Lagan flow through?

    Belfast

  • Don Alfonso is the lead role in which opera?

    Cosi Fan Tutte by Mozart

  • Paul Newman ate fifty eggs in which film?

    Cool Hand Luke

  • Name the port of Rome?

    Ostia

  • What was Louis Armstrong's chosen form of music?

    Jazz

  • Which two metals is pewter made from?

    Tin and lead

  • What name was given to the soldiers who protected Roman emperors?

    Praetorian Guard

  • What is the world's tallest tree?

    The coast redwood, one of three sequoia species.

  • Name Fred Astaire's famous red-haired dancing partner?

    Ginger Rogers

  • What was Marilyn Monroe's natural hair colour?

    Ginger

  • How many bones are there on a Skull & Crossbones flag?

    Three

  • In nautical terms, what is the opposite of port?

    Starboard

  • Alfred, an ancient King of Wessex, is famous for burning what?

    Cakes

  • Which reptile should you never smile at, according to the song?

    Crocodile

  • Which Australian marsupial enjoys eating eucalyptus leaves?

    Koala

  • What is the Italian word for "pie"?

    Pizza

  • What was soaked in vinegar then hung on a string?

    Conker

  • If you rode a Chopper, what was this?

    Bicycle

  • Which furry creatures lived on Wimbledon Common?

    Wombles

  • Name the doll which was famous for crying?

    Tiny Tears

  • Name the once-popular boy's building game which was aimed at developing an understanding of mechanics and electronics?

    Mechano

  • The Fields Medal Is Often Considered A Mathematical Equivalent To What?

    The Nobel Prize

  • What's Short For "Binary Digit"?

    Bit

  • What Two Letters Are Both Symbols For 1,000?

    K and M

  • What Is The Name Of The Fighting Game That Features A Series Of Characters From The DC Universe?

    Injustice

  • Which Year Was The Original Fallout Released?

    1997

  • Who Was The Creator Of The Popular PC Game: “The Sims.”?

    Will Wright

  • What Character Do You Play As In The Legend Of Zelda?

    Link

  • In The Simpsons What Is The Name Of The Cat?

    Snowball

  • How Many Nephews Does Popeye Have?

    4

  • Which Song Was Used In The “Mannequin Challenge”?

    Black Beatles

  • Which Hugely Popular American TV Comedy Follows The Lives Of Jay Pritchett And His Family?

    Modern Family

  • Which Rapper Only Loves His Bed And His Momma?

    Drake

  • Which Actor Plays The Superhero “Thor”?

    Chris Hemsworth

  • In Which Popular Christmas Film Does Will Ferrell Play An Elf?

    Elf

  • What Was Disney’s First Film To Win An Academy Award?

    Flowers and Trees

  • What Is The Longest Movie Ever Made?

    Logistics

  • In What 1976 Thriller Does Robert De Niro Famously Say “You Talkin’ To Me?”

    Taxi Driver

  • What Flavor Of Pop Tarts Does Buddy The Elf Use In His Spaghetti In Elf?

    Chocolate

  • How Is American Singer Michael Lee Aday Better Known?

    Meatloaf

  • Who Was The First Country Artist To Sell Over 10 Million Copies Of An Album?

    Garth Brooks

  • Which Pop Singer’s Real Name Is Robyn Fenty?

    Rihanna

  • Which Type Of Wood Did The Beatles Sing About?

    Norwegian

  • Which Survivor Song Was The Theme Song For The 1982 Movie “Rocky III”?

    Eye of the Tiger

  • “Walk Like An Egyptian” Was The First Number One Song For Which Female Band?

    The Bangles

  • In 1800'S What Drink Was Used To Beauticians For Beauty Enhancers?

    Rum & Brandy

  • Which Kind Of Alcohol Is Russia Notoriously Known For?

    Vodka

  • How Many Noses Slugs Have?

    Four

  • Which Animal Does Not Drink Water?

    Kangaroo rat

  • Which Animal Never Sleeps?

    Bullfrog

  • Which Animal Has The Highest Blood Pressure?

    A Giraffe

  • A Snail Can Sleep For How Many Years?

    3 years

  • Who Was The Lead Actress In The Famous Bomb "Grease 2"?

    Michele Pfeiffer

  • What Commercial Was Michael Jackson Singing For When His Hair Caught On Fire?

    Pepsi

  • What 1988 Movie Gave Julia Roberts Her Big Break?

    Mystic Pizza

  • What Date Do They Travel To In Back To The Future: Part II?

    42298

  • In This Popular '80s Song, What Was Jenny's Phone Number?

    867-5309

  • The Comedian Eddie Murphy Joined The Cast Of Which Comedy Sketch Series In 1980?

    Saturday Night Live

  • The Best-Selling Book Of 1981 Was A Book Explaining How To Solve What Puzzle?

    The Rubik’s Cube

  • Name The Magician Who Died On Halloween?

    Harry Houdini

  • By What Name Is Midnight Also Known?

    The witching hour

  • Where Do Real Vampire Bats Live?

    North and South America

  • What Is A Group Of Witches Called?

    A coven

  • Who Is Abraham’s Wife?

    Sarah

  • How Many People Boarded Noah’s Ark?

    8

  • What Is The Last Word In The Old Testament?

    Cursed

  • Who Wanted To Kill Jesus When He Was A Baby?

    Herod

  • In The Bible, Who, Alone, Killed A Quarter Of The World's Population?

    Cain

  • What Southeast Asian Country Boasts The Longest Holiday Season?

    Philippines

  • How Tall, Plus Or Minus 25 Feet, Was The Tallest Cut Christmas Tree?

    221 feet

  • How Do You Say “Merry Christmas” In Spanish?

    Feliz Navidad

  • What Was Frosty The Snowman’s Nose Made Out?

    A button

  • What Holiday Movie Sequel Includes A Cameo By Donald Trump?

    Home Alone 2

  • What Traditional Christmas Decoration Is Actually A Parasitic Plant?

    Mistletoe

  • What Christmas Beverage Is Also Known As “Milk Punch?”

    Eggnog

  • What Christmas Decoration Was Originally Made From Strands Of Silver?

    Tinsel

  • What Type Of Meat Was Served At The First Thanksgiving?

    Venison

  • Is It The Female Turkeys Or The Male Turkeys That Gobble?

    The male

  • Where Does The Oldest Thanksgiving Parade In The U.S.A. Take Place?

    Philadelphia

  • What's The Other Name For Thanksgiving Day?

    Turkey Day

  • Under Which President Did Thanksgiving Become An Annual Holiday?

    Abraham Lincoln

  • Which Part Of Berlin Was Enclosed By The Wall?

    The West

  • In Which Country Was The Largest Known T-Rex Skeleton Found?

    Canada

  • Which Actor Top-Billed The 1960’S Television Series Batman?

    Adam West

  • In What Year The Titanic Sink?

    1912

  • What Is The World’s Most Venomous Fish?

    Stonefish

  • How Many Valves Does A Trumpet Have?

    Three

  • Among Land Animals, What Species Has The Largest Eyes?

    Ostrich

  • What Kind Of Weapon Is A Falchion?

    A sword

  • Which Planet Shares Its Name With A Dog?

    Pluto

  • What Is The National Flower Of Wales?

    Daffodil

  • Is The Horse The Fastest Animal Of The World?

    No

  • With What Did The Ancient Romans Dye Their Hair?

    Bird poop

  • What Kind Of Animal Is A Prairie Dog?

    A rodent

  • How Long Is New Zealand’s Ninety Mile Beach?

    55 miles

  • What Color Are Aircraft Black Boxes?

    Bright orange

  • What Did The Winning Teams Get As A Trophy On "Floor Is Lava" In The First Season?

    Lava lamp

  • The Hardest Natural Substance Known Is What?

    Diamond

  • The Hard White Material Of Elephant Tusks Is Called What?

    Ivory

  • What Is The Second Smallest Country In The World?

    Monaco

  • Which Bird Has The Largest Wingspan?

    Albatross

  • Where Would You Find An ISBN Number?

    On a book

  • What’s The Total Number Of Dots On A Pair Of Dice?

    42

  • In The Film Babe, What Type Of Animal Was Babe?

    A pig

  • Spinach Is High In Which Mineral?

    Iron

  • Who went to school with a lamb?

    Mary

  • Water boils at 212 degrees on which temperature scale?

    Fahrenheit

  • How many pedals do most modern pianos have?

    Three

  • How many bones does an adult human have?

    Two hundred and six

  • In the traditional rhyme, how many mice were blind?

    Three

  • Whose face was said to have launched 1,000 ships?

    Helen of Troy

  • Which instrument has forty-seven strings and seven pedals?

    Harp

  • Which sea creature has three hearts?

    Octopus

  • How many teeth does an aardvark have?

    None

  • How many legs does the Legs of Man have?

    Three

  • How many tails does a Manx cat have?

    None

  • What Is The Most Common Color Of Toilet Paper In France?

    Pink

  • Coprastastaphobia Is The Fear Of What?

    Constipation

  • Who Invented The Word Vomit?

    William Shakespeare

  • The World's Longest-Running TV Show Is What?

    Sabado Gigante

  • Which Country Owns Every Panda In The World?

    China

  • On Average, How Long Does It Take Food To Pass Through The Human Body?

    53 hours

  • What Are Baby Owls Called?

    Owlets or nestlings

  • What Are The Folds Of Skin On A Cat's Ears Called?

    Henry’s pockets

  • What Is The Most Frequently Sold Item At Walmart?

    Banana

  • What Color Is Giraffe's Tongue?

    Blue-black

  • What Is It Called When A Bottle Of Champagne Is Open With A Sword?

    Sabering

  • How Many Wives Did Henry VIII Have?

    6

  • What Nut Is Used To Make Marzipan?

    Almonds

  • What Is The Brightest Star In The Sky?

    Sirius

  • How Many Grammys Does John Legend Have?

    Eleven

  • Name The Biggest Island In The World?

    Greenland

  • What is the second most popular color of a car?

    Silver

  • What is the most popular color of car?

    White

  • What color are zebras’ strips when they are first born?

    Brown

  • Name all seven colors of the rainbow?

    Red, orange, yellow, green, indigo, violet.

  • What color is at the top of the rainbow?

    Red

  • What is a haboob?

    A type of sandstorm

  • During a thunderstorm, which comes first: lightning or thunder?

    Both. They occur at approximately the same time. However, if we’re at a distance from a storm, we see lightning before we hear thunder because light travels much faster than sound.

  • What does a thermometer measure?

    Temperature

  • Stratus, cirrus, cumulus and nimbus are types of what?

    Clouds

  • What letter is not included in any of the 50 U.S. state names?

    The letter Q

  • What are the only two U.S. states that can grow coffee commercially?

    Hawaii and California

  • What U.S. state houses the city that is the ice cream capital of the world?

    Iowa

  • Which two countries share the longest border?

    The United States and Canada

  • What is the name of the marshmallow Easter treats that come in the shape of birds and bunnies?

    Peeps

  • What is the name of the little girl in The Nutcracker?

    Clara

  • How many nights is Hanukkah celebrated?

    Eight

  • What is the highest grossing holiday movie of all time?

    Home Alone

  • What sweet snack is typically left out for Santa?

    Cookies

  • Who lives in a trashcan on Sesame Street?

    Oscar the Grouch

  • What type of animal is Baloo in The Jungle Book?

    A bear

  • What’s the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story?

    Woody

  • On which hand did Captain Hook have his hook?

    Left

  • Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

    SpongeBob SquarePants

  • In which state can you find the city of Hershey?

    Pennsylvania

  • Can you name the largest chocolate manufacturer in the United States?

    Hershey’s. Bonus!

  • What contains more sugar, strawberries or lemons?

    Lemons

  • What is the world record for number of hotdogs eaten in one sitting?

    74

  • What food is the most ordered in America?

    Fried chicken

  • What food serves as the base for guacamole?

    Avocado

  • How big is the diameter of a basketball hoop?

    18 inches

  • In what sport do you use a wooden ball and mallet?

    Croquet

  • In what sport can you get a hole in one?

    Golf

  • How many rings make up the Olympic rings?

    Five. Bonus! Name the five colors. Blue, yellow, black, green, red.

  • What is the name of a group of stars that form an imaginary picture?

    Constellation

  • How many Earths can fit inside the sun?

    1.3 million

  • What was the first animal to go into orbit?

    A dog. Bonus! What was the name of the dog? Laika

  • Which planet has a day that lasts almost eight months on Earth?

    Venus

  • Which planet is closest to Earth?

    Mercury

  • About how many stars are in the Milky Way?

    150-250 billion

  • Are worker bees male or female?

    Female

  • Which dinosaur had 15 horns?

    Kosmoceratops

  • What do you call a group of giraffes?

    A tower

  • How many legs does a lobster have?

    10 (8 walking legs and 2 larger claw legs)

  • On a common ladybug, what color are its spots?

    Black

  • Which mammal lives the longest?

    Bowhead whale. They can live up to 200 years!

  • What was the lifespan of a Tyrannosaurus Rex?

    Between 20-30 years

  • What is the fastest aquatic animal?

    The sailfish. It can reach speeds of up to 68 MPH

  • What is the fastest land animal?

    The cheetah. They have set record speeds near 70 MPH

  • Name a mammal that can’t jump?

    Elephant, sloth, hippo, rhino

  • What is the weight of a Gold Bar in Fallout: New Vegas?

    35 Pounds

     

  • n the MMO RPG "Realm of the Mad God", what dungeon is widely considered to be the most difficult?

    The Shatter’s

     

  • If you planted the seeds of Quercus robur, what would grow?

    Trees

     

  • Nephelococcygia is the practice of doing what?

    Finding shapes in clouds

     

  • Chartreuse is a color between yellow and what?

    Green

     

  • Named after the mallow flower, mauve is a shade of what?

    Purple

  • If someone said "you are olid", what would they mean?

    You smell extremely unpleasant

     

  • In flight systems, what does the initialism "TCAS" stand for?

    Traffic Collision Avoidance System

     

  • Spoon theory is a theory, utilizing "Spoons" as a metaphor for energy they can use in a day-TRUE OR FALSE?

    TRUE

     

  • Virtual reality company Oculus VR lost which of it's co-founders in a freak car accident in 2013?

    Andrew Scott Reisse

     

  • Stagecoach owned "South West Trains" before losing the rights to FirstGroup and MTR in March of 2017-TRUE OR FALSE?

    TRUE

  • According to Fair Works Australia, how long do you have to work to get Long Service Leave?

    7 years

     

  • What year was the RoboSapien toy robot released?

    2004

     

  • Which of the following languages does NOT use gender as a part of its grammar?

    Turkish

     

  • Which musician has collaborated with American producer Porter Robinson and released the 2016 song "Shelter"?

    Madeon

     

  • What is the romanized Arabic word for "moon"?

    Qamar

     

  • What year was Queen Elizabeth II born?

    1926

  • Before the 19th Century, the "Living Room" was originally called the...?

    Parlor

     

  • What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

    24 MPH

     

  • What type of dog is 'Handsome Dan', the mascot of Yale University?

    Bulldog

     

  • Electronic music producer Kygo's popularity skyrocketed after a certain remix. Which song did he remix?

    Ed Sheeran – I See Fire

     

  • "Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo." is a grammatically correct sentence- TRUE OR FALSE?

    TRUE

     

  • The British organisation CAMRA stands for The Campaign for Real Ale - TRUE OR FALSE?

    TRUE

     

  • What is the currency of Poland?

    Zloty

     

  • Which country has the most Trappist breweries?

    Belgium

     

  • Where did the pineapple plant originate?

    South America

     

  • What was the original name of the search engine "Google"?

    BackRub

     

  • "Santa Claus" is a variety of melon -TRUE OR FALSE?

    TRUE

     

  • When did the website "Facebook" launch?

    2004

     

  • What is the Portuguese word for "Brazil"?

    Brasil

     

  • What was the soft drink Pepsi originally introduced as?

    Brad’s Drink

  • What was Mountain Dew's original slogan?

    Yahoo! Mountain Dew… It’ll tickle your innards!

  • In what year was McDonald's founded?

    1955

     

  • What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet?

    Omega

     

  • Which Italian automobile manufacturer gained majority control of U.S. automobile manufacturer Chrysler in 2011?

    Fiat

     

  • What alcoholic drink is mainly made from juniper berries?

    Gin

     

  • What is the unit of currency in Laos?

    Kip

     

  • An eggplant is a vegetable- TRUE OR FALSE?

    FALSE

     

  • What is a "dakimakura"?

    A body pillow

     

  • There are 86400 seconds in a day-TRUE OR FALSE?

    TRUE

     

  • The sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel is 666 - TRUE OR FALSE?

    TRUE

     

  • What does the "G" mean in "G-Man"?

    Government

     

  • The US emergency hotline is 911 because of the September 11th terrorist attacks-TRUE OR FALSE?

    FALSE

     

  • What is the world's most expensive spice by weight?

    Saffron

     

  • What item is the werewolf most afraid of?

    Silver

     

  • When one is "envious", they are said to be what color?

    Green

  • A pasodoble is a type of Italian pasta sauce-TRUE OR FALSE?

    FALSE

     

  • Vietnam's national flag is a red star in front of a yellow background-TRUE OR FALSE?

    FALSE

     

  • What is Cynophobia the fear of?

    Dogs

     

  • The likeness of which president is featured on the rare $2 bill of USA currency?

    Thomas Jefferson

     

  • Dihydrogen Monoxide was banned due to health risks after being discovered in 1983 inside swimming pools and drinking water- TRUE OR FALSE?

    FALSE

  • What color is the "Ex" in FedEx Ground?

    Green

     

  • Which restaurant's mascot is a clown?

    McDonald’s

     

  • What is the name of Poland in Polish?

    Polska

  • The Lego Group was founded in 1932 -TRUE OR FALSE ?

    TRUE

  • Who is depicted on the US hundred dollar bill?

    Benjamin Franklin

     

  • TRUE OR FALSE - In 2010, Twitter and the United States Library of Congress partnered together to archive every tweet by American citizens?

    TRUE

     

  • TRUE OR FALSE -  On average, at least 1 person is killed by a drunk driver in the United States every hour?

    TRUE

     

  • TRUE OR FALSE - The color orange is named after the fruit?

    TRUE

  • What is the nickname of the US state of California?

    Golden State

  • TRUE OR FALSE - A scientific study on peanuts in bars found traces of over 100 unique specimens of urine?

    FALSE

  • How many colors are there in a rainbow?

    7

  • What geometric shape is generally used for stop signs?

    Octagon

     

  • Which American president appears on a one dollar bill?

    George Washington

     

  • On a dartboard, what number is directly opposite No. 1?

    19

  • Area 51 is located in which US state?

    Nevada

     

  • What does a funambulist walk on?

    A Tight Rope

     

  • How old was Harry Potter when he got his lightening bolt scar?

    15 months old

  • Who brought Harry to Hogwart's?

    Hagrid

  • What is Lord Voldemort's real name?

    Tom Marvolo Riddle

  • What is the name of the bright green snake hidden in the Chamber of Secrets?

    A Basilisk

  • What did Dumbledore use to light up the Street lights in Privet Drive?

    A Deluminator

  • When is Harry Potter's birthday?

    July 31

  • From what platform do students catch the Hogwarts Express?

    9 3/4

  • What are the three types of wizard coins in order of value?

    Galleon (gold), Sickle (silver), and Knut (bronze)

  • How many brothers did Ron Weasley have?

    5

  • What is the name of Mulan's dragon?

    Mushu

  • What is the name of the teacup in Beauty and the Beast?

    Chip Potts

  • What animal does Merida's mom turn into in Brave?

    A bear

  • What are the names of Cinderella's evil stepsisters?

    Anastasia and Drizella

  • Who was the first Disney princess?

    Snow White

  • What is the princess' name in Princess and the Frog?

    Tiana

  • Who sings the song "Shiny" from Moana?

    Tamatoa

  • How many colonies were there originally?

    13

  • What animal is considered to be the symbol of America?

    Bald Eagle

  • Who was the first Black player in Major League Baseball?

    Jackie Robinson

  • What holiday celebrates the end of slavery in the U.S.?

    Juneteenth on June 19

  • Where was Martin Luther King, Jr. born?

    Atlanta, Georgia

  • In which year did the Titanic sink?

    1912

  • Who wrote a famous diary while hiding from Nazis in Amsterdam?

    Anne Frank

  • Which was the first country to use paper money?

    China

  • Where did the Olympic games originate?

    Greece

  • How fast can a roadrunner run?

    20 MPH

  • How many bones does a shark have?

    0

  • How many wings does a bee have?

    4 wings total, two sets!

  • What is a group of lions called?

    A Pride

  • Where does the most venomous spider live?

    Australia; Sydney funnel-web spider (Atrax robustus)

  • What mammal has the longest lifespan on earth?

    Bowhead Whale; the oldest known bowhead whale was at least 211 years old!

  • How many noses does a slug have?

    4

  • Which animal's fingerprints look exactly like human fingerprints?

    Koala

  • What is the fastest flying bird in the world?

    Peregrine falcon

  • Which amphibian never sleeps?

    Bullfrog

  • What is the chemical symbol for table salt?

    NaCl

  • What was the first planet to be discovered using the telescope?

    Uranus

  • How many breaths does the average human take in a day?

    23,000

  • What is the largest internal organ in the human body?

    The Liver

  • Which planet has the most gravity?

    Jupiter

  • What are animals that eat both meat and plants called?

    Omnivores

  • What is the largest known living land animal?

    African Bush Elephant

  • When the song was “This is what you come for” was released?

    In 2016

  • In what year Brad Pitt and Jen announced to separate?

    In 2005

  • Name three richest actresses in the world?

    Sandra Bullock, Jessica Alba, and Jami Gertz

  • What is the name of the kingdom where the 2013 animated movie Frozen is set?

    Arendelle

  • Name the monkey of the film “Aladdin”?

    Abu

  • What was the name of the whale in the movie “Free Willy”?

    Killer Whale

  • “When you got nothing, you have nothing to lose.” Which famous movie the dialogue belonged to?

    Titanic

  • Which actress played the title role in the film “Pretty Woman”?

    Julia Roberts

  • How many films Angelina Julie has directed?

    At least 47

  • Name three Hollywood actors who died on shooting/production?

    Brandon Lee, John Ritter, and Tyrone Power

  • What is the name of the Dog in the “Wizard of Oz”?

    The Dog Terry played the role of Toto in the movie

  • Which actress plays Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games movies?

    Jennifer Lawrence

  • Love means never having to say you’re sorry. It is a dialogue from which film?

    Love Story

  • When was the movie “The Hustler” released?

    In 1969

  • In 2010, which movie won the Academy Award of Best Picture?

    The Hurt Locker

  • Which fictional city is Batman’s home?

    Gotham City

  • In which year was the movie 2012 released?

    2009

  • Who directed the movie “Playing for Keeps”?

    Harvey Weinstein

  • What was the first film of Brad pit?

    Thelma & Louise

  • When was originally Jumanji released officially?

    20 December 2017

  • When was the original Jurassic park released?

    1993

  • What is the name of first Disney colored film?

    Snow white and Seven Dwarfs

  • What is the name of the first color picture?

    Cupid Angling

  • When was the first motion picture released?

    in 1878

  • When was Titanic released?

    1997

  • Which actor is famous for saying “I’ll be back”?

    Arnold Schwarzenegger

  • When did Kofi Annan win the Nobel Prize for peace?

    In 2001

  • Who was the first President of Canada?

    Sir John A. Macdonald

  • When was the Chernobyl disaster occurred?

    April 26, 1986

  • Which country was the third to become an independent atomic power?

    Britain

  • When China did conduct their first nuclear test?

    On 16th October 1964

  • Who won the 2010 special election in Massachusetts to fill the U.S. Senate seat of the late Ted Kennedy?

    Scott Brown

  • What was the first capital of the United States?

    Philadelphia

  • Who firstly called New York as the Empire State?

    George Washington

  • What was the original Dutch name of New York?

    Nieuw Amsterdam

  • When and how was the nuclear energy used for the first time?

    In 1951 for the power generation

  • When was the USA discovered?

    12 October 1492

  • Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln?

    John Wilkes Booth

  • When was the Soviet Union dissolved?

    Between the year 1990 to 1991

  • When was Russia founded as a country?

    In 1991

  • Who was the first president of America which declared the war against Great Britain?

    James Madison

  • Name the American mail service of 1860 that used horses and riders?

    Pony Express

  • When did Germany sign the unconditional surrender of WWII?

    May 7, 1945

  • Which country defeated the Arabs in the battle of tours?

    France

  • When was Abraham Lincoln born?

    12th February 1809

  • When and where was the EU formed?

    1 November 1993 in Maastricht, Netherlands

  • When was Euro introduced?

    1st January 1999

  • Who was the third President of America?

    Thomas Jefferson

  • Which founding father is known for his large signature on the United States Declaration of Independence?

    John Hancock

  • Where did the Velvet Revolution occur?

    Czechoslovakia

  • During what war did 76 POWs make what came to be known as (The Great Escape)?

    World War II

  • Which U.S. president sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to explore the Louisiana Purchase territory?

    Thomas Jefferson

  • When was the first FM Radio broadcasted?

    On June 17, 1936

  • Who was the first female DJ on the Radio?

    Anny Nightingale

  • Name the redhead former President of America?

    George Bush

  • Which religion’s people are the followers of Gautama Buddha?

    Buddhism

  • Who was the God of wine in Greek’s mythology?

    Dionysus

  • What is the first book of old Testament?

    Genesis

  • Who wrote the act of Apostles in the New Testament bible?

    Luke

  • Who baptized Jesus?

    John The Baptist

  • How many versus are in the Bible?

    31,102 verses

  • What is king James Bible?

    It is an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England.

  • Which is the shortest chapter of Bible?

    Psalm 117

  • On which Island Paul was shipwrecked?

    Malta

  • Name the 7 books of the Catholic Bible?

    1. Tobit

    2. Judith.

    3. Additions to Esther (Vulgate Esther 10:4–16:24)

    5. Wisdom (also called the Wisdom of Solomon)

    6. Sirach (also called Ecclesiasticus)

    7. Baruch

  • What type of insect did John the Baptist eat in the desert?

    Locusts

  • Which Gospel is written by a doctor?

    Luke

  • How many books are in the Catholic Bible?

    73

  • How many books are in the Bible?

    66

  • How many people did Jesus feed with five loaves of bread and two fish?

    5000 men

  • After Jesus was arrested, which apostle disowned him three times?

    Peter

  • Which is the longest chapter in Bible?

    Psalm 119

  • Which is the longest verse of Bible?

    Ester 8:9

  • Where was Jesus born?

    Bethlehem

  • Which country owns the Bermuda Islands?

    Britain

  • Which country has not fought a war since 1814?

    Sweden

  • How many times the Smartphone users touch their screens each day?

    2700 times

  • What creamy beverage is named from Dutch ‘lawyer’s drink’?

    Advocate

  • What is the 30th element in the periodic table?

    Zinc

  • Who is the founder of Toyota Company?

    Kiichiro Toyoda

  • In the 1980s, which player consecutively won the singles of Wimbledon?

    Fred Perry

  • Which famous city means ‘house of meat/bread’ in Arabic/Hebrew?

    Bethlehem

  • Where the pumpkins grow?

    On vines

  • How many stars are there on Australian Flag?

    5

  • What is the common name of the infant of the whale?

    Calf

  • What is the abbreviation of MMS?

    Multimedia Messaging Service

  • What is the common alternative name of Black Leopard?

    Panther

  • In which city Martin Luther was assassinated?

    Memphis, Tennessee

  • Which is the financial hub of Switzerland?

    Zurich

  • In which country Halloween was originated?

    Ireland

  • Which animal is the official symbol of WWF?

    The Great Panda

  • Which is the smallest bone in the body?

    Stapes

  • What is the meaning of Birkenhead drill?

    Women and Children first

  • Who created the Slogan of “Keep Calm and Carry on”?

    The British

  • When did the English Language start?

    5th to 7th Century

  • Which sentence has all the alphabets in it?

    “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”

  • Does the male mosquito bite?

    No, the female mosquito bites

  • Ailurophobe is an extreme fear from which animal?

    Cats

  • Where is the world’s largest gold deposit?

    The Grasberg Mine

  • Is tomato a fruit or a vegetable?

    A fruit

  • How many people have walked on the Moon?

    12

  • What are the three primary colors?

    Red, Green, and Yellow

  • Who was the first black president of the United States?

    John Hanson

  • Who constructed the Massive bell of big Ben which cracked badly?

    John Warner & Sons

  • Where are the pyramids situated?

    In Egypt

  • When the Eifel tower’s construction was began?

    28 January 1887

  • Who is buried in Grant’s tomb?

    Grant

  • In a book, which page sides are the even number on?

    left

  • What yeat did the Arab Spring begin?

    2010

  • What is the longest running TV show of the world?

    Sabado Gigante

  • What U.S. state is home to Acadia National Park?

    Maine

  • What does it mean if you see a spider on a Halloween?

    A loved one of yours is watching around you

  • What is the longest running American TV show?

    Law and Order with 20 seasons

  • Which president appeared on the show “Laugh in”?

    Richard Nixon

  • Who is the only bachelor president of the American history?

    James Buchanan Jr

  • Which country has the largest area of Land?

    Russia

  • What two letters never appear on the telephone dial?

    Q and Z

  • Whose picture is on a dime?

    Franklin D. Roosevelt

  • The Top stripe of the U.S Flag is Red or White?

    Red

  • What is the Chemical symbol of Iron?

    Fe

  • Who discovered Atom?

    J. J. Thompson

  • Which is the deadliest snake of the world?

    The Black Mamba

  • What does FBI stand for?

    Federal Bureau of Investigation

  • Who invented telescope?

    Galileo

  • Who gives the theory of relativity?

    Albert Einstein

  • Which action burns more calories? Watching TV or sleeping?

    Sleeping

  • What is peninsula?

    A piece of land surrounded by water three sides

  • Which planet is nearest to the Sun?

    Mercury

  • Name the spacecraft which took the first man to the moon?

    Apollo 13

  • Which City hosted the Summer Olympics of 2012?

    London

  • Name the second person landed on the moon?

    Buzz Aldrin

  • Who invented the piano?

    Bartolomeo Cristofori

  • When did the Brexit vote happen?

    23rd June 2016

  • Which state is known as the Switzerland of America?

    New Hampshire

  • Which famous document begins with ‘When in the course of human events…’?

    Declaration of Independence

  • Where was President Obama born?

    In Hawaii, USA.

  • What does NASA stand for?

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration

  • What is the Capital of Texas?

    Austin

  • ‘I am the president of United States and I am not going to eat any more broccolis.’ Who said these words?

    George Bush

  • What does LCM mean in Mathematics?

    Least Common Multiple

  • Which color is the best absorbent?

    Black

  • Name all the planets?

    Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune

  • What is the Chemical Formula of Sulfuric Acid?

    H2SO4

  • Where is the Mount Everest Situated?

    Nepal

  • Who was the first man to land on the Moon?

    Neil Armstrong

  • What is the other name of Deuterium?

    Heavy Water

  • Who is the author of Harry Porter Series?

    J.K. Rowling

  • Which elements were discovered in 1774?

    Oxygen, Manganese, and chlorine.

  • Which river is situated at London?

    River Thames

  • When was the first Calendar made?

    1582

  • Which river passes through Madrid?

    Manzanares River

  • How many times Cristiano Ronaldo has won the “Best Player Award”?

    Five times

  • When was the Harvard University founded?

    8th September 1836

  • What does PhD stand for?

    Doctor of Philosophy

  • What is the freezing temperature of water?

    0 Centigrade

  • Name five great lakes of the United States?

    Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Superior, Lake Ontario.

  • What is the boiling temperature of water?

    100 Centigrade

  • Which finger’s nail grows fast?

    Middle Finger

  • Where is the largest Aquarium in the United States?

    Georgia Aquarium

  • Which country allowed the first gay marriage?

    Canada

  • What year the first test tube baby experiment succeeded?

    On 25th July 1978

  • When did Pope Benedict XVI resign?

    In February 2013

  • Which country was the first to allow women voting?

    New Zealand

  • Which part of the body would a chiropodist treat?

    Feet

  • Which ocean is the deepest?

    Pacific Ocean

  • According to the old proverb, to which European capital city do all roads lead?

    Rome

  • How long an average menstrual cycle lasts for?

    3-5 days

  • Which American State was first to allow women working in public offices and juries?

    Wyoming State

  • Who saved the young Adolf Hitler from drowning?

    A priest, Max Tremmel saved him.

  • Which fish will evaporate if left in the sun?

    Jelly Fish

  • When was The New York Times started to publish?

    September 18th, 1851

  • Who was the first openly announced gay politician?

    Harvey Milk

  • Which country owns every Pandas in the world?

    China

  • Who is Googled more than the Jesus?

    Justin Beiber

  • Who give the law of (Every Action has an Equal and Opposite Reaction)?

    Newton

  • What does CIA stand for?

    Central Intelligence Agency

  • What is “God save the Queen”?

    Its the British National Anthem

  • In which state, President Trump was born?

    New York City

  • Where is Times Square situated?

    New York

  • What is “The Guardian”?

    A Newspaper

  • In 2016, how much population was recorded in America?

    323.1 Million

  • In America, how long are the maternity leaves by law?

    12 weeks

  • When was Calibri established as a Font?

    2007

  • What is the capacity size of hotmail per each email?

    10 Mb

  • What do FM and AM stand for?

    Frequency Modulation and Amplitude Modulation

  • How many miles do a typist’s fingers travel during an average day?

    12.6 miles

  • Who named the city New York?

    The English man

  • Who is the creator of Angry Birds?

    Rovio Entertainment

  • How much money did Apple Sue Samsung for?

    1 Billion Dollars

  • Who wins the Oscar award for the category of best actor in 2017?

    Casey Affleck

  • Which country developed the Skype software?

    Estonia

  • How often is an average manager interrupted?

    Every 8 minutes

  • What does MSN stand for?

    Microsoft Network

  • Name two countries that allow taking a nap during work?

    Italy and Spain

  • What percentage of workers believes having access to social media platforms helps them to be more productive?

    56 percent

  • Which blood type is known as the universal donor?

    O-Negative

  • How much water is present in a water melon?

    92 percent

  • Does Iceland have an army?

    No

  • Where is the United Nations Headquarter situated?

    New York City

  • When was the Bitcoin launched?

    In 2009

  • Name two countries which do not allow tattoos?

    Iran and Japan

  • Which country invented the paper?

    China

  • Who is the founder of 21st Century Fox?

    Rupert Murdoch

  • What does HTML stand for?

    Hypertext Markup Language

  • Where is the largest volcano of the world?

    Tamu Massif volcano is the largest one

  • When was angry bird created?

    11th December 2009

  • How many squares are there in the chessboard?

    64

  • How many countries have the VETO power?

    Five countries

  • Which country did the Hitler rule?

    Germany

  • Which illness wiped out thousands of people across Europe during the 14th Century?

    Black Plague

  • How many American cents make a dime?

    10 cents

  • What does Bella mean?

    It means beautiful

  • If you were eating du Barry, what would you be eating?

    Something made up of Cauliflower

  • When was Google founded?

    1998

  • Which place on the Earth is the coldest place to live?

    Oymyakon, Russia

  • Where does the Royal Family live?

    Buckingham Palace

  • Who was known as The King of Comedy?

    Sir Charlie Chaplin

  • How many types of teeth are there?

    4

  • At what age Princess Diana was married to Prince Charles?

    20 years

  • Tell the Date of Birth of Queen Elizabeth II?

    21st April 1926

  • When did the Oscar Award begin?

    1929

  • After how many years Olympics are held?

    Four years

  • When is Easter celebrated?

    1st April

  • Who became the first female president and head of state in Latin America?

    Isabel Martínez de Perón of Argentina. S

  • Which country Brian Lara belongs to?

    West Indies

  • Name the historical prince whose name was used by Bram Stoker in his famous novel?

    Dracula

  • Which country has the highest rate of redheaded population?

    Scotland

  • Who is the owner of Facebook?

    Mark Zuckerberg

  • Which country invented Football?

    England

  • Which country invents Pizza?

    Italy

  • How many elements are in the periodic table?

    118

  • When was BBC established?

    18th October 1922

  • What is the rarest eye color of the redheads?

    Blue

  • Where is Panama situated?

    Panama

  • When is the harvest day celebrated?

    23rd September

  • Which country’s flag is known as the Union Jack?

    The flag of the United Kingdom

  • Which is more worth in terms of value? A Dollar or a Euro?

    A Euro

  • What is the National Dish of America?

    Hamburger

  • What day is celebrated 26th December?

    Boxing Day

  • How many words are there in the Oxford English dictionary?

    47,156

  • What is the other word for Lexicon?

    Dictionary

  • Which two colors are traditionally linked to the Halloween festival?

    Black and Orange

  • What is the full name of Michael Jackson?

    Michael Joseph Jackson

  • What is the national game of England?

    Cricket

  • Who is the owner of Microsoft?

    Bill Gates

  • What does WHO stands for?

    World Health Organization

  • What is the national game of America?

    Baseball

  • What does UNO stands for?

    United Nations Organization

  • Where does the American President live?

    Whitehouse

  • How many days are there in a fortnight?

    14

  • Which sweet thing is generated by bees?

    Honey

  • Where is Niagara Falls situated?

    Ontario, Canada.

  • Name the countries included in the United Kingdom?

    England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Island.

  • How many meters are there in one kilometer?

    1000 meters

  • Where is the largest church of the world situated?

    Basilica of Our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro

  • Who invented Bulb?

    Thomas Edison

  • Who firstly used the word “Hello” on telephone?

    Thomas Edison

  • Name three countries beginning with S?

    Sweden, Switzerland, Sudan

  • Who created Pooh?

    A.A. Milne and Walt Disney

  • How many sides a hexagon has?

    Six

  • Is the Horse fastest animal of the world?

    No. Peregrine Falcon is the fastest animal

  • Who wrote Cinderella?

    Charles Perrault

  • What is the meaning of Y in VIBGYOR?

    Yellow

  • When was Superman created as a fiction character?

    1933

  • Where is Sahara Desert situated?

    In North America

  • What is the capital of Italy?

    Rome

  • Who is the patron saint of Island?

    Saint Patrick

  • Mount Everest is a part of which mountainous range?

    The Himalayas

  • Which city the cartoon The Simpsons live?

    Springfield

  • Which Friday brings a lot of happiness?

    The Black Friday

  • Name three wonders of the world

    Great Pyramid of Giza, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Lighthouse of Alexandria.

  • At which big event, Kevin was left alone in the home?

    Christmas

  • Which is the tallest mammal of the world?

    The Giraffe

  • What is the name of the last boy who visited the chocolate factory owned by Mr. Willy Wonka?

    Charlie Bucket

  • Who is the present Pope?

    Jorge Mario Bergoglio

  • ‘Stars and Stripes’ is the nickname of the flag of which country?

    American Flag

  • How many years are there in a century?

    100 years

  • Who developed the cartoon series of Tom and Jerry?

    William Hanna and Joseph Barbera

  • When was computer invented?

    Between 1936 to 1938

  • Tell the beginning and ending year of WWI?

    The WWI began in 1914 and ended in 1918.

  • How many teeth are there in the adult’s mouth?

    32

  • How many countries are the members of the United Nations?

    193

  • How many counties are there in England?

    4

  • Which city is known as the “City of Love”?

    Paris

  • When was the first Dollar Coin made?

    In 1794

  • What is the other name of Protractor?

    D

  • How many degrees are there in a circle?

    360 degrees

  • When was Microsoft established?

    On 4th April 1975

  • Which is the largest lake of the world?

    Caspian Sea

  • What does HB mean in biological terms?

    Hemoglobin

  • Name the largest sea of the world?

    Philippine Sea

  • Who discovered the Cell?

    Robert Hooke

  • What is the meaning of leap year?

    Having a February of 29 days

  • Which invention is associated with Wright Brothers?

    Aero plane

  • How many bones are there in a human body?

    206 bones

  • Who invented the Wheel?

    3,500 B.C

  • Name the Largest Dam of the World?

    Three Gorges Dam

  • When was America affected by Hurricane Katarina?

    In 2005

  • Where is Bermuda Triangle situated?

    In the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean

  • When did Princess Diana die?

    31st August 1997

  • Name the largest ocean of the world?

    Pacific Ocean

  • It is a beauteous evening, calm and free, the holy time is quiet as a Nun Breathless with adoration; the broad sun is sinking down in its tranquility. Who is the poet of the excerpt?

    William Wordsworth

  • Which state is known as the Empire State?

    New York State

  • Name the kids of Prince William?

    Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge

  • How many states are there in the United States of America?

    50 States

  • Name the largest continent of the world?

    Asia

  • When did William Wordsworth die?

    23rd April 1850

  • Who is the wife of Barack Obama?

    Michelle Obama

  • What is the diameter of our Earth?

    12, 742 Kilometers

  • What was the relation between Sebastian and viola in The Twelfth Night?

    Sebastian was Viola’s brother and Viola was his sister

  • Name three novels of Shakespeare?

    Hamlet, the Merchant of Venice, and Taming of the Shrew

  • Name the biggest Island of the world?

    Greenland with an area of 2,131,000 square kilometers.

  • What is the official nickname of Texas?

    The Lone Star State

  • Which state was the 50th state to join the union?

    Hawaii

  • What is the hardest natural substance?

    A diamond

  • What gulf is located to the south of Florida?

    The Gulf of Mexico

  • What kind of tree do prunes come from?

    A plum tree

  • What is the imaginary line called that connects the north and south pole?

    Prime Meridian

  • How many Great Lakes are there?

    Five

  • What is the tallest mountain in the world?

    Mount Everest

  • What is the largest continent?

    Asia

  • What movie is Princess Fiona from?

    Shrek

  • In what movie will you find characters who are looking for a brain, a heart, and courage?

    The Wizard of Oz

  • What is the name of Mickey Mouse’s pet dog?

    Pluto

  • What do you get when you boil water?

    Steam

  • What is the nickname for the bell of the clock at the Palace of Westminster in London?

    Big Ben

  • Which country did Justin Bieber come from?

    Canada

  • Which movie is Prince Charming from?

    Cinderella

  • Which famous ocean liner sank on her first voyage in 1912?

    The Titanic

  • What’s the name of the town where The Flintstones live?

    Bedrock

  • Who painted the Mona Lisa?

    Leonardo DaVinci

  • The Statue of Liberty came from which country to the United States?

    France

  • Who invented the telephone?

    Alexander Graham Bell

  • Who was the 16th president of the United States?

    Abraham Lincoln

  • In what country were the Olympic Games invented?

    Greece

  • Can you name the seven dwarves in Snow White?

    Sleepy, Sneezy, Happy, Grumpy, Dopey, Doc, and Bashful

  • What was the last name of the flying pioneers Orville and Wilbur?

    Wright

  • Can you name the closest star to Earth?

    The sun

  • What is the part of the human eye that controls the amount of light that passes through the pupil?

    The iris

  • What is the name of molten rock after a volcanic eruption?

    Lava

  • How many bones do sharks have?

    Zero

  • What kind of tree do acorns come from?

    Oak

  • Two of the planets in our solar system begin with the letter M, can you name them?

    Mars and Mercury

  • What is the smallest state in America?

    Rhode Island

  • What is the largest state in America?

    Alaska

  • How many continents are there in the world?

    Seven

  • What day of the year is Independence Day?

    July 4th

  • Which place is called “the happiest place in the world?”

    Disney World

  • What food do pandas eat?

    Bamboo

  • If you suffer from arachnophobia, which animal are you scared of?

    Spiders

  • In sports, what is an MVP?

    Most Valuable Player

  • What could make Harry Potter invisible?

    The Invisibility Cloak

  • Who was the first man to step on the moon?

    Neil Armstrong

  • A scientist who studies rocks is called a what?

    A geologist

  • Which singing voice is the highest pitch? Soprano, tenor or baritone?

    Soprano

  • Which animal is the tallest in the world?

    Giraffe

  • What is the opposite of ‘cheap’?

    Expensive

  • Which country is home to the kangaroo?

    Australia

  • Who was the first American president?

    George Washington

  • What do you have to stick on an envelope?

    A stamp

  • In which capital city of Europe would you find the Eiffel Tower?

    Paris

  • Who is the patron saint of Ireland?

    St. Patrick

  • How many colors are in a rainbow?

    Seven

  • What is the largest mammal in the world?

    A whale

  • Why do things fall when you drop them?

    Because of gravity

  • Which planet in our Solar System is known for having a ring?

    Saturn

  • “Stars and Stripes” is the nickname of the flag of which country?

    United States of America

  • Which superhero can climb up walls and buildings?

    Spiderman

  • How many sides does a triangle have?

    Three

  • Name Batman’s crime-fighting partner?

    Robin

  • What color are Smurfs?

    Blue

  • What is the name of Harry Potter’s pet owl?

    Hedwig

  • On the farm, what is a kid?

    A baby goat

  • In the nursery rhyme, who sat on a wall before having a great fall?

    Humpty Dumpty

  • Who built the pyramids?

    The Egyptians

  • Who wrote Hamlet?

    William Shakespeare

  • What kind of animal was Abu in Aladdin?

    A monkey

  • Which is the fastest land animal?

    The cheetah

  • What is a group of lions called?

    A pride

  • What is a brontosaurus?

    A dinosaur

  • What is the name of the pirate in Peter Pan?

    Captain Hook

  • How many days are in a year?

    365

  • What kind of cat is considered bad luck?

    Black cats

  • When do leaves die?

    In the fall

  • What do bees make?

    Honey

  • What is a doe?

    A female deer

  • Where is the Great Pyramid of Giza?

    Egypt

  • How many pairs of wings do bees have?

    Two

  • On which holiday do you go trick-or-treating?

    Halloween

  • What do you use to write on a blackboard?

    Chalk

  • What is the color of a school bus?

    Yellow

  • What do caterpillars turn into?

    Butterflies

  • What type of fish is Nemo?

    A Clownfish

  • Which state is famous for Hollywood?

    California

  • According to the Dr. Seuss book, who stole Christmas?

    The Grinch

  • Where does Santa Claus live?

    The North Pole

  • Who is Mickey Mouse’s girlfriend?

    Minnie Mouse

  • Which Disney movie is Elsa in?

    Frozen

  • What’s the response to “see you later, alligator?”

    “In a while, crocodile.”

  • What fruit do kids traditionally give to teachers?

    An apple

  • Which ocean is off the California coast?

    The Pacific

  • How many planets are in our solar system?

    Eight

  • Where does the President of the United States live while in office?

    The White House

  • In the nursery rhyme, Jack and Jill, what do Jack and Jill go up the hill to fetch?

    A pail of water

  • What colors are the stars on the American flag?

    White

  • If you freeze water, what do you get?

    Ice

  • What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan?

    Tinkerbell

  • Whose nose grew longer every time he lied?

    Pinocchio

  • What’s the name of a place you go to see lots of animals?

    The  Zoo

  • What is something you hit with a hammer?

    A nail

  • What is the color of an emerald?

    Green

  • What is the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story?

    Woody


     

  • How many legs does a spider have?

    Eight

  • Which name are the Sandwich Islands, better known as?

    Hawaii

  • On every continent, there is a city named what?

    Rome

  • What is the biggest supermarket chain in the U.S.?

    Kroger Co.

  • What U.S. President coined the phrase “Good to the last drop,” referring to coffee?

    Theodore Roosevelt

  • Which young girl helped drive the English from French soil in the 15th century?

    Joan of Arc

  • Who created the alien rock superstar Ziggy Stardust?

    David Bowie

  • Rihanna banned fans from bringing what items to her U.K. concerts in 2008?

    Umbrellas

  • What is the Hawaiian name for yellowfin tuna?

    Ahi

  • What type of lens has a thin middle and makes objects appear smaller?

    Concave

  • A book by Barack Obama is titled “The Audacity of” what?

    Hope

  • Blueberries are native to which continent?

    North America

  • What country is the band “The Cranberries” from?

    Ireland

  • What candy ran the promotion for baseball’s one-millionth run?

    Tootsie Rolls

  • Which insect can indicate the air temperature?

    Cricket

  • The Da Vinci Code opens with a murder in which famous museum?

    Lourve

  • What country is bordered by Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Ukraine?

    Poland

  • Tom Cruise considered pursuing a career in what sport before being injured?

    Wrestling

  • What color dresses do Chinese women traditionally wear on their wedding day?

    Red

  • How many sides does the home plate in baseball have?

    5

  • Who preceded Fidel Castro as the political leader of Cuba?

    Fulgencio Batista

  • Which country has a red flag with a star in the middle?

    Morocco

  • What gas makes soda bubbly?

    Carbon Dioxide

  • Where is the uvula located?

    In The Throat

  • American pioneer, John Chapman, was famous for planting which kind of tree?

    Apple Trees

  • Islamabad is the capital of which country?

    Pakistan

  • Which 2008 comedy had the tagline “Put this in your pipe and smoke it”?

    Pineapple Express

  • Which President of South Africa ordered Nelson Mandela’s release from prison?

    De Klerk

  • Which Doors song is about Jim Morrison’s relationship with Pamela Courson?

    Queen Of The Highway

  • Taylor Swift grew up on what type of farm?

    Christmas Tree Farm

  • What is the most populous city in Canada?

    Toronto

  • Who created the animated series “Futurama”?

    Matt Groening

  • What did the first vending machine dispense?

    Holy Water

  • What was Toyota’s first popular hybrid car called?

    Prius

  • What major movie actor’s first role was in “A Nightmare On Elm Street”?

    Johnny Depp

  • Port-au-Prince is the capital of which country?

    Haiti

  • What currency is used in South Africa?

    Rand

  • What is the main ingredient in a falafel?

    Chickpea

  • Which type of fruit juice did Dole sell first?

    Pineapple

  • Which U.S. state has “Garden State” as its nickname?

    New Jersey

  • What prison film starring Tim Robbins was based on a story by Stephen King?

    The Shawshank Redemption

  • What grows from an acorn?

    Oak Tree

  • In what city did Princess Diana suffer her fatal car crash?

    Paris

  • Where did rap superstar Eminem grow up?

    Detroit

  • Which art movement is Salvador Dali associated with?

    Surrealism

  • On the television show “How I Met Your Mother,” what is Lily’s occupation?

    Kindergarten Teacher

  • The traditional Wimbledon colors are green, and what?

     Purple

  • What country produced the most strawberries in 2016?

    China

  • Which artist painted “Guernica”?

    Pablo Picasso

  • Who played Cher Horowitz in the movie “Clueless”?

    Alicia Silverstone

  • What does the “R” stand for on the rating of a movie?

    Restricted

  • “You’re gonna need a bigger boat” originated in what movie?

    Jaws

  • Who voices Morty in the series “Rick and Morty”?

    Justin Rolland

  • What object of Dwight’s did Jim put in Jell-O on the TV show “The Office”?

    Stapler

  • What actress won her first Oscar for “Kramer vs. Kramer”?

     Meryl Streep

  • The video game “Happy Feet” features what animals?

     Penguins

  • Which is the main substance used to make a crayon?

    Wax

  • The tuba is the largest member of which musical family?

    Brass

  • What candy was used to lure E.T. in the 1982 movie “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial”?

    Reese’s Pieces

  • What is Harry Potter’s Patronus?

    A stag

  • What is the name of Jordan’s capital city?

    Amman

  • What is the biggest artery in the human body?

    Aorta

  • What particle in an atom has a positive charge?

    Proton

  • Which character becomes Brienne’s squire in season 4 of “Game of Thrones”?

    Podrick Payne

  • What company makes the Butterfinger bar?

    Nestle

  • What are the bones in the fingers called?

    Phalanges

  • Which sea is located in Israel and Jordan?

    Dead Sea

  • Where did Barack Obama teach constitutional law?

    University of Chicago

  • What does a seismologist study?

     Earthquakes

  • Nepal is located on which continent?

    Asia

  • What TV show won the most Emmys in 2018?

    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

  • What is “jaggery” used in Indian cooking?

    Sugar

  • What vitamin does the sun’s ultraviolet rays help the skin produce?

    Vitamin D

  • What number did Derek Jeter wear on his New York Yankees jersey?

    2

  • What were the two sides in World War II known as?

    Allies and Axis

  • What type of business did Annie have that failed in “Bridesmaids”?

    Bakery

  • Which 1998 Disney film was Lindsay Lohan’s film debut?

    Parent Trap

  • What has a gravitational pull so strong that even light cannot escape it?

     Black Hole

  • What is the largest planet in our solar system?

    Jupiter

  • In what American state is it illegal to dress up like a priest or a nun?

    Alabama

  • In what country did carving jack o’ lanterns originate?

    Ireland

  • If a male donkey is a jack, what is the female called?

    Jenny

  • Which Italian fascist leader was known as ‘Il Duce’?

    Mussolini

  • Complete the title of a 1979 number one by Blondie – ‘Heart of…’

    Glass

  • Which female singer discovered a ‘Genie in a Bottle’ in 1999?

    Christina Aguilera

  • Squab is a name given to the young of which bird?

    Pigeon

  • Tanks were used in battle for the first time in which conflict?

    World War 1

  • Botany is the scientific study of what?

     Plants

  • Which nuts are used to make marzipan?

    Almonds

  • New York City comprises how many boroughs?

    5

  • Canberra is the capital city of which country?

    Australia

  • Europe is separated from Africa by which sea?

    Mediterranean Sea

  • The male of what species testicles explode on mating and then dies?

    Honeybee

  • What is the largest lizard?

    Komodo dragon

  • What color is a polar bear’s skin?

    Black

  • A flamboyance is a group of what animals?

    Flamingos

  • What was the predecessor to the United Nations?

    League of Nations

  • What character did Michael J. Fox play in ‘Back to the Future’?

    Marty McFly

  • What was the first Disney animated film based on the life of a real person?

    Pocahontas

  • Robin Williams won a best supporting actor Oscar for what film?

    Good Will Hunting

  • Who was Sports Illustrated’s first female sportsperson of the year?

    Billie Jean King

  • What was Babe Ruth’s first name?

    George

  • What is the most abundant element in the universe?

    Hydrogen

  • What is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust?

    Aluminium

  • What blood type qualifies as a universal donor?

     O negative

  • Which US state has the longest cave system in the world?

    Kentucky

  • What is the driest continent?

    Antarctica

  • What is the name of the prehistoric town in which The Flinstones live?

    Bedrock

  • Carrots are a good source of which vitamin?

    Vitamin A

  • In which of Britney’s video does she appear as a stewardess?

    Toxic

  • The Eiffel Tower was originally intended for what city?

     Barcelona

  • What’s the brightest star in the sky?

    Sirius

  • Which fruit floats because 25% of its volume is air?

    Apple

  • What’s the most populous city in the United States?

    New York City

  • What country has the most vending machines per capita?

    Japan

  • What is the real first name of Marilyn Monroe?

    Norma Jeane

  • What U.S. newspaper is nicknamed “the Gray Lady”?

    The New York Times

  • Who wrote songs for The Lion King?

    Elton John

  • In ancient Greece, throwing an apple at someone was a declaration of what?

    Love

  • In which city did Hitler commit suicide?

    Berlin

  • Who was the only US President to resign?

    Richard Nixon

  • What is the only metal that is a liquid at normal atmospheric pressure and temperature?

    Mercury

  • What is the only fruit that has its seeds on the outside?

    Strawberry

  • Who performs the character of Mark Zuckerberg in the movie “The Social Network”?

    Jesse Eisenberg

  • Which country is the largest producer of vanilla?

    Madagascar

  • Galileo was the citizen of which country?

     Italy

  • As what type of beans are chickpeas, also known as?

    Garbanzo

  • Which fashion designer was shot dead in the summer of 1997?

    Gianni Versace

  • What American beer has been long promoted as the “King of Beers”?

    Budweiser

  • What is Japanese sake made from?

    Rice

  • What 3-word phrase is written on Martin Luther King’s gravestone?

    Free At Last

  • How many red stripes are there on the American flag?

    Seven

  • Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs was known for wearing what color turtleneck?

    Black

  • What is an ice hockey puck made from?

    Rubber

  • What US president put a Twinkie in the country’s millennium time capsule?

    Bill Clinton

  • What does a Scoville unit measure?

    Spiciness

  • What object did Ben Franklin attach to the end of a kite string to prove that lightning is electricity?

    A metal key

  • What is the first element on the Periodic Table?

    Hydrogen

  • What book starts with the line “Call me Ishmael.”?

     Moby Dick

  • What is the Jewish New Year called?

    Rosh Hashanah

  • What do you call filo pastry stuffed with chopped nuts and honey or syrup?

    Baklava

  • What city did Starbucks open its first store in 1971?

     Seattle

  • The Candlestick, Lead Pipe, Knife, Revolver, Rope, and what else are the six weapons in a standard game of Clue?

    Wrench

  • An Apgar score is given to what?

    Health of newborns

  • What is the name of the group of men who elect a Pope?

    College of Cardinals

  • Which country did bagels originate from?

    Poland

  • What object is said to bring bad luck if it is broken?

     A mirror

  • What are the two fruit juices in a cosmopolitan?

    Cranberry and lime

  • How many signs are there in the Zodiac?

    12

  • “Cirque du Soleil” started in what country?

    Canada

  • Where did Heineken beer originate?

    The Netherlands

  • Who was said to “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee”?

     Muhammed Ali

  • What is a community of ants called?

    A colony

  • What is the Twitter bird’s official?

    Larry

  • What is the only state that borders just one other state?

    Maine

  • Who is the youngest person ever to appear on a Billboard chart?

    Blue Ivy Carter

  • Saudi Arabia imports camels from what country?

    Australia

  • What planets literally rain diamonds?

    Saturn and Jupiter

  • What animal is constitutionally protected in Florida?

    Pigs

  • A tick bite can make you allergic to what food?

    Red meat

  • Chimpanzees and gorillas have human-like fingerprints, and so do what other non-human animals?

    Koalas

  • What is the most common letter in the English alphabet?

    E

  • What famous horse won the Triple Crown in 1973?

    Secretariat

  • In medieval England, what was used as currency, specifically for rental agreements?

    Eels

  • Which actress keeps her Oscar in her bathroom so guests can hold it and make speeches in the mirror shame-free?

    Kate Winslet

  • In which city is Jim Morrison buried?

    Paris

  • Which NFL team holds the record for the most Super Bowl appearances?

    New England Patriots

  • In which film did father and son actors Will and Jaden Smith first appear together?

    The Pursuit of Happiness

  • On which ship did Charles Darwin make his famous expedition, which led to his evolution theory?

    HMS Beagle

  • Which country was the Caesar salad invented in?

    Mexico

  • Who invented scissors?

    Leonardo da Vinci

  • What is allspice alternatively known as?

    Pimento

  • When did the Cold War end?

    1989

  • Which chess piece can only move diagonally?

    A bishop

  • What color jersey is worn by the winners of each stage of the Tour De France?

    Yellow

  • Which kind of bulbs were once exchanged as a form of currency?

    Tulips

  • What country has the world’s most ancient forest?

    Australia

  • Where is the Sea of Tranquility located?

    The moon

  • How many children does Oprah Winfrey have?

    Zero

  • What substance are nails made out of?

    Keratin

  • Which US city is known as the City of Brotherly Love?

    Philadelphia

  • The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country?

    France

  • What color is Absinthe?

    Green

  • Which horoscope sign has a crab?

    Cancer

  • What is the national dish of Spain?

    Paella

  • What’s the hardest rock?

    Diamond

  • What did the Crocodile swallow in Peter Pan?

     An alarm clock

  • What’s the most expensive home in the world?

    Buckingham Palace

  • Water has a pH level of around?

    7

  • Ludwig Van Beethoven was born in 1770 in which city?

     Berlin

  • What is the painting ‘La Gioconda’ more usually known as?

    Mona Lisa

  • What was the first state?

    Delaware

  • What celebrity has their dog cloned– twice?

    Barbara Streisand

  • Power outages in the US are mostly caused by what?

    Squirrels

  • What type of music has been shown to help plants grow better and faster?

    Classical

  • Which mammal has no vocal cords?

     Giraffe

  • Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (1903)?

    Marie Curie

  • What was the name of the rock band formed by Jimmy Page?

     Led Zeppelin

  • How many eyes does a bee have?

    Five

  • How many hearts does an octopus have?

    Three

  • Which British girl group had a member by the name of Mel B?

     Spice Girls

  • Which name is rapper Sean Combs better known by?

    P. Diddy

  • Which bone are babies born without?

    Knee cap

  • What is the smallest country in the world?

    Vatican City

  • Which two countries share the longest international border?

    Canada and USA

  • What does BMW stand for (in English)?

    Bavarian Motor Works

  • What is the common name for dried plums?

    Prunes

  • Which country produces the most coffee in the world?

    Brazil

  • Which planet is the hottest in the solar system?

    Venus

  • What is often seen as the smallest unit of memory?

    Kilobyte

  • In what year was the first-ever Wimbledon Championship held?

    1877

  • What country won the very first FIFA World Cup in 1930?

    Uruguay

  • When Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, how many NBA Championships did he win?

    Six

  • What is the name of the Earth’s largest ocean?

    The Pacific Ocean

  • Before the Beatles were formed, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison were originally members of which group?

    The Quarrymen

  • What is the lowest army rank of a US soldier?

    Private

  • Which Disney film features the song ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’?

    Pinocchio

  • What is the largest type of deer?

    The moose

  • In which city was Anne Frank’s hiding place?

    Amsterdam

  • What is the smallest ocean in the world?

    The Arctic

  • What color eyes do most humans have?

    Brown

  • Which country is known as the Land of White Elephant?

    Thailand

  • What is the world’s biggest island?

    Greenland

  • How many ribs are in a human body?

    Twenty-four

  • Who was the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain?

    Margaret Thatcher

  • Lateral Epicondylitis is a condition commonly known by what name?

    Tennis Elbow

  • What is the softest mineral in the world?

    Talc

  • What is the tallest breed of dog in the world?

    The Great Dane

  • I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ is an autobiography about the early years of what inspirational African-American writer and poet?

    Maya Angelou

  • How many of Snow White’s seven dwarfs have names ending in the letter Y?

    Five: Dopey, Grumpy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Happy

  • Outside which New York building was John Lennon killed?

    The Dakota Building

  • Which of Shakespeare’s plays is the longest?

    Hamlet

  • In the United Kingdom, what is the day after Christmas known as?

    Boxing Day

  • What is the tiny piece at the end of a shoelace called?

    An aglet

  • What was the first toy to be advertised on television?

    Mr. Potato Head

  • What is the loudest animal on Earth?

    The sperm whale

  • Which two U.S. states don’t observe Daylight Saving Time?

    Arizona and Hawaii

  • Which country consumes the most chocolate per capita?

    Switzerland

  • Where were the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights stored during World War II?

     Fort Knox

  • Which Dutch artist painted “Girl with a Pearl Earring”?

    Vermeer

  • Which author wrote the ‘Winnie-the-Pooh’ books?

    A. A. Milne

  • Fissures, vents, and plugs are all associated with which geological feature?

    Volcanos

  • Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo are the sons of which American female pop star?

    Gwen Stefani

  • The only known monotremes in the animal kingdom are the echidna and which other creature?

    The platypus

  • Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?

    Lady Gaga

  • In which European city would you find Orly airport?

    Paris

  • Tennis star Serena Williams won which major tournament while pregnant with her first child?

    The Australian Open

  • Which African country was formerly known as Abyssinia?

    Ethiopia

  • Samuel Tilden, Grover Cleveland, Al Gore, and Hillary Clinton share what distinction among U.S. presidential candidates?

    They won the popular vote but lost the electoral college vote

  • According to Greek mythology, who was the first woman on earth?

    Pandora

  • In a bingo game, which number is represented by the phrase “two little ducks”?

    22

  • In what year were the first Air Jordan sneakers released?

    1984

  • In a website browser address bar, what does “www” stand for?

    World Wide Web

  • What is the rarest M&M color?

    Brown

  • What do the initials stand for in fashion brand DKNY?
    1. Donna Karan New York
  • What was the name of the Benedictine monk who invented champagne?

    Dom Pérignon

  • Van Halen used the police code 5150 as a title for one of their albums. What does the code mean?

    Escaped lunatic

  • How many times does the heart beat per day?

    About 115,000

  • Which auto brand was the first to offer seat belts?

    Nash Motors

  • What food is the leading source of salmonella poisoning?

    Chicken

  • Which natural disaster is measured with a Richter scale?

    Earthquakes

  • In which year was Uber founded?

    2009

  • What does HTTP stand for?

    HyperText Transfer Protocol

  • What is the most widely spoken language in the world?

    Mandarin

  • What is the deepest trench on Earth?

    Mariana Trench

  • Which country has the largest population in South America?

    Brazil

  • Which country has the longest coastline?

    Canada

  • Finish the next Adele line: “Hello, it’s me…”

    “…I was wondering if after all these years you’d like to meet.”

  • What is triskaidekaphobia the fear of?

    Fear of the number 13

  • Who was the first Western explorer to reach China?

    Marco Polo

  • What’s the highest score you can reach in ten pin bowling?

    300

  • What flower does saffron come from?

    Crocus

  • What does M&M stand for?

    Mars & Murrie

  • What is the name of the world’s longest river?

    The Amazon River

  • What is the technical name for the hashtag symbol?

    An octothorpe

  • What is the roman numeral for 500?

    D

  • What is the number of Tom Brady’s SuperBowl rings + the number of John Kelly’s SuperBowl appearances?

    (6+4)=10

  • What did Wilhelm Roentgen accidentally discover in 1895?

    X-rays

  • What famous boxer stated that he should be a postage stamp because that’s the only way he would ever get licked?

    Muhammad Ali

  • What does the acronym ACLU stand for?

    American Civil Liberties Union

  • What is the record for red cards given in a single soccer game?

    36

  • In the tv show Charlie’s Angels, what was the name of the agency headed by Charlie?

    Townsend Investigations

  • What kinds of alcohol go into a long island iced tea?

    Vodka, rum, gin, tequila, & triple sec

  • Which was the most bombed place in WWII?

    Malta

  • Who is the most decorated Olympian of all time?

    American swimmer Michael Phelps holds the all-time records for Olympic medals (28), Olympic gold medals (23), Olympic gold medals in individual events (13), and Olympic medals in individual events (16).

  • Who was the only person in NBA history to be named Most Valuable Player, Coach of the Year, and Executive of the Year?

    Larry Bird

  • Which NHL coach came off the bench to play for his team in the Stanley Cup finals?

    Lester Patrick of the Rangers

  • In which year did 1999 chart as a singles hit for Prince?

    1983

  • Who is the richest Kardashian/Jenner sister?

    Kylie

  • In what year did Jimmy Fallon take over as the host of The Tonight Show?

    2014

  • Who wrote and recorded the Big Bang Theory’s theme song?

    Barenaked Ladies

  • Name all four books in the Twilight Series

    Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn

  • Who created the American television show Jeopardy?

    Merv Griffin

  • Mark Chapman, who murdered John Lennon, read what book while waiting to be arrested?

    The Catcher in the Rye

  • What was Van Halen’s first album after David Lee Roth left?

    5150

  • Where did karaoke originate?

    Japan

  • Where is the world’s largest soccer stadium?

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with the Maracana

  • Finish this famous Michael Jackson lyric: “Mama always told me “Be careful what you do…”

    “…don’t go around breaking young girl’s hearts.”

  • How long is a billiard cue?

    90 centimeters

  • How many 12 oz. beers are in a keg?

    165

  • How many siblings did John F. Kennedy have?

    Eight

  • What is the national fruit of the United States?

    Oranges

  • In which state is Temple University?

    Pennsylvania

  • What is Chandler’s last name in the Friends series?

    Bing

  • What medical tool was developed in 1612 by Sanctorius?

    Thermometer

  • What do callipygian people have?

    Well-shaped buttocks

  • Who was the first black American to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

    Emlen Tunnell

  • What kitchen invention took the top prize at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893?

    The dishwasher

  • Helen Keller dedicated her autobiography, The Story of My Life, to whom?

    The great inventor Alexander Graham Bell

  • How old was Al Capone when his reign as a crime boss ended?

    33

  • How many keys are on a standard piano?

    88

  • What are the titles of each of the Fifty Shades books/films?

    Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, Fifty Shades Freed

  • A ‘milk punch’ is made up of milk, sugar, and which type of alcohol?

    Rum

  • What is the term for having a small amount of alcohol the morning after having a lot of it?

    “The hair of the dog”

  • Which year was the last for the video store chain, Blockbuster?

    2014

  • Which Japanese spirit is served warm?

    Sake

  • Which brand of gin is named after the guards at the Tower of London?

    Beefeater

  • In 1995, which MLB team began playing in Coors Stadium?

    Colorado Rockies

  • What was the first number ever retired in the MLB and whose number was it?

    #4, Lou Gerhig in 1939

  • Who is Boston’s third harbor tunnel named after?

    Ted Williams

  • What was the name of the only song from a Hitchcock film to ever win an Oscar for Best Song?

    “Que Sera Sera”

  • Which R-rated was the first to surpass $1 billion at the global box office?

    Joker

  • In the 40’s and 50’s what was tested at “Bikini Atoll”?

    The hydrogen bomb

  • In which state was the television show Roseanne set?

    Illinois

  • Who is the youngest person in history to be named TIME’s Person of the Year?

    Greta Thunberg

  • Which famous play was transformed into a major motion picture in 2019?

    Cats

  • How high above sea level is Mt. Everest?

    29,029 feet

  • Finish the next line: “Splish, splash, I was taking a bath…”

    “…Long about a Saturday night.”

  • In Greek mythology, who is the god of wine?

    Bacchus

  • What was the youngest age to summit Mt. Everest?

    13

  • Which famous politician’s mother created the manhattan cocktail?

    Winston Churchill

  • “Alcohol” is a word derived from which language?

    Arabic

  • What is the name of Lori Loughlin’s character in Full House?

    “Rebecca” or “Aunt Becky”

  • In which year did prohibition end?

    1933

  • How many years were between the two L.A. Olympics?

    52

  • Who had a 60’s #1 hit with “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”?

    The Tokens

  • Which common breakfast item beat out Kylie Jenner for most-liked photo on Instagram with nearly 54 million likes in just 10 days?

    An egg

  • What is the most commonly transplanted organ from living donors?

    Kidney

  • Which film was the first non-English language film to win an Oscar for Best Picture?

    Parasite

  • Which film was the first non-English language film to win an Oscar for Best Picture?

    Parasite

  • What letter represents potassium in chemistry and a strikeout in baseball?

    K

  • On average, how many grapes does it take to make a bottle of wine?

    400

  • Who is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, better known as?

    Rapper, Eminem

  • What is the name of the classic Christmas song that Mariah Carey released in the 90’s?

    “All I Want for Christmas is You”

  • Which Disney channel show starred Hilary Duff and her character’s inner cartoon?

    Lizzie McGuire Show

  • Finish this famous line: “Hold me closer tiny dancer…”

    “…count the headlights on the highway.”

  • Which famous company launched their streaming service in 2019?

    Disney+

  • What is the official national anthem of the United States of America?

    The Star-Spangled Banner

  • How many stars are on the European Union flag?

    12

  • What is the only vowel on a standard computer keyboard that is not in the top line of letters?

    “A”

  • Finish this famous line: “R-E-S-P-E-C-T…”

    “…find out what it means to me.”

  • Which couple is set to premiere their Network, Magnolia Network, in October 2020?

    Chip & Joanna Gaines

  • Finish the next line of the Beatles’ song “Hey Jude”: “Hey Jude, don’t make it bad…”

    “…Take a sad song and make it better.”

  • Which fast food restaurant premiered their new breakfast menu in 2020?

    Wendy’s

  • Between which years was the alcohol Absinthe banned in the United States?

    1912-2007

  • In a bar, if you were to order a boilermaker, what would you get?

    A shot of whiskey followed by a glass of beer

  • Which season will be the last for CW’s Supernatural?

    Season 15

  • Which famous boy band premieres a campaign with FILA in 2020?

    BTS

  • Who was the candidate on ABC’s The Bachelor in 2020?

    Peter Weber

  • What did Lady Diana work as prior to getting married into the royal family?

    A nanny

  • What is the difference between tequila and mezcal?

    Tequila is made in Jalisco, Mexico from Blue Weber agave, while mezcal can be made anywhere in Mexico from a wide range of agave varietals

  • What is the national animal of Canada?

    Beaver

  • What is the name of the new bachelor show that premiered in April, 2020?

    Listen to Your Heart

  • Which body parts continue to grow throughout your lifetime?

    Nose & Ears

  • Finish this popular Britney Spears line: “Oops I did it again, I played with your heart…”

    “…got lost in the game”

  • All Chick-fil-a restaurants are closed for business on which day of the week?

    Sundays

  • What is the world’s oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drink?

    Beer

  • What year was McDonald’s founded?

    1940

  • What cocktail is made with white creme de menthe and brandy?

    Stinger

  • In the human body what is the hallux?

    Big toe

  • How many baseball players take the field in a baseball game (both teams included)?

    18

  • Who was the first singer to ever appear on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine?

    John Lennon

  • “Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz” was an advertising slogan for what?

    Alka Seltzer: “Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz, oh what a relief it is!”

  • Finish this famous Queen line: “Is this the real life or…”

    “…is this just fantasy?”

  • Caitlyn Jenner used to be known by what name?

    Bruce Jenner

  • What year was Prince George born?

    2013

  • What year did Game of Thrones premiere on HBO?

    2011

  • Who wore a dress made out of meat at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards?

    Lady Gaga

  • Who starred as Mr. Rogers in the film It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood?

    Tom Hanks

  • Pulque is a beer made from what?

    Cactus

  • Which celebrity launched her beauty line with Sephora in June, 2020?

    Selena Gomez with her line “Rare Beauty”

  • Who has the most followers on Instagram as of April, 2020?

    Cristiano Ronaldo

  • Which royal couple recently asked to be relieved of their duties?

    Megan Markle & Prince Harry

  • What whiskey brand was advertised with two terrier dogs?

    Black & White

  • Who was everyone’s first friend on the MySpace platform?

    Tom

  • In China, if you order “white tea,” what do you get?

    Boiled water

  • What U.S. state drinks the most alcohol per person?

    Nevada

  • What is the highest-grossing video game franchise to date?

    Mario

  • Which young artist recently claimed five Grammys at the 2020 Grammy Awards?

    Billie Eilish

  • How many times has Kim Kardashian been married?

    Three

  • Which famous singer’s documentary was released in 2020 and is titled Miss Americana?

    Taylor Swift

  • Which author wrote Jurassic Park?

    Michael Crichton

  • What was the middle name of Jimmy Stuarts?
    Crane
  • First color movie of Hitchcock’s was?
    Rope
  • Oliver Twist was the first movie of who?
    David Leans
  • Four Weddings and a Funeral was directed by?
    Mike Newell
  • Police getting beaten scene in movies are illegal in which country?
    In South Dakota
  • What was the Emperors last name in Star Wars movie?
    Palpatine
  • How many calories can chewing gum burn in an hour?

    11 calories

  • Which fruit is poisonous to birds?
    Avocados
  • Which animal physically unable to look up into the sky?
    Pigs
  • Which animal can’t poke their tongue out?
    Crocodile
  • Which was the last sentence Bob Marley’s said to his son before died?
    “Money can’t buy life”
  • What are the 3 most highlighted books on Amazon?
    The Bible, The Steve Jobs biography, the hunger games
  • A static clock is right how much time in a day?
    2 times
  • What percentage of the total population is left-handed?
    10%
  • At what speed sneeze can travel?
    100 miles per hour
  • Can you dream and snore at the same time?

    No

  • If colors are not added in coca cola what will be the color?

    Green

  • On average, a single person spends how much time in his life waiting for a red signal to turn green?
    Approximately 6 months
  • What is the name of the dark region located at the north pole of Pluto’s moon?

    Mordor

  • Which animal doesn’t sleep?

    Bullfrogs

  • How many different scents can the human nose remember?
    50000
  • Which color of toilet paper for home use are mostly sold in France?

    Pink

  • Froot loop has too many colors, but the flavor of all colors are the same. Is it true or not?
    True
  • How many teeth do snails have?
    14000
  • Macdonald’s branch is located in every continent except?
    Antarctica
  • What is the name of the psychological disorder in which the human belief that he is a cow?
    Boanthropy
  • Since 1922 up to date how many people have died climbing Mount Everest?
    290 people
  • What is the name of the oldest soda which is still being sold, and in which year who created this first time?
    Vernor’s Ginger Ale, created by James Vernor in 1866
  • Who was the founder of Pringles? Who also requested to buried himself in a Pringles can.
    Fredric Baur
  • Out of 7 which 4 high grossing movies of all time were released in 2017?
    Avenger: Age of Ultron, Furious 7, Jurassic world & star wars
  • In 1325 2 Italian cities fought which resulted in 2000 deaths. What was the reason?
    Due to a bucket
  • What strategy did stoats use to hypnotize the rabbit while hunting?
    Jumping, rotating and spin
  • Which prestigious University of the United States put their courses online for free to everyone?
    MIT University
  • Do you know how much percentage of active Twitter accounts are social bots?
    15%
  • Honey can preserve for centuries. What is the reason behind this?
    Due to special enzymes found in the stomach of the bee
  • Who was the only boxing champion who finished his career without losing any single match?
    Rocky Marciano
  • Which garden is considered in 7th wonders of the ancient world?
    The Hanging Garden of Babylon
  • Which famous garden is located 10 miles outside of London.
    Kew Gardens
  • What is the definition of a sandwich according to the US agriculture department?
    35% cooked meal, and no more than 50% of bread
  • What is the name of the largest stadium and where is it located? How many spectators can it hold?
    Rungrado located in North Korea, 114000
  • Which band teaches World war II history through their music?
    Swedish power metal band Sabaton
  • It is allowed to fart at Roman dining tables. Who officially edict this statement?
    Emperor Claudius
  • Who created cheese puffs and corn snacks?
    Edward Wilson
  • In which year and who invented chocolate chip cookie?
    1938 Ruth Wakefield invented
  • In which era did people use “Mock Bananas” since real bananas were hard to come by?
    During world war II
  • Which soft drink used lithium in it?

    7-up

  • When the famous food sandwich was invented
    1762
  • In which year WAS the pink lemonade invented?

    1857

  • In the 18th century which fruit was the symbol of wealth in England?

    Pineapple

  • What is the name of a town where the total population is only 1?

    Monowi

  • What is the real name of Snoop Dogg?
    Cordozar Calvin Broadus

     

  • 150-pound person burns how many calories per hour while standing and doing nothing?
    114 calories
  • Q-tips originally invented in 1923, what was the original name? And what was the meaning of Q?
    Baby guy’s  q= quality
  • In how many languages has the Bible been translated till now?
    3000
  • Which country has more man-made satellites in orbit?
    RUSSIA  1324 satellites
  • Who set the Guinness world record for taking more selfies in 3 minutes?
    Dwayne Johnson
  • Without a parachute, the highest recorded fall happened in 1972. Do you know the total height?
    33,333 ft
  • When was the very first motel build and where is it located?
    In 1925, located at San Luis Obispo
  • Which was the longest war in history lasting over 680 years?
    Roman Persian wars
  • The word robot is derived from a Slavic word. Do you know when it was used the first time?
    In 1920
  • Halo was actually a game. Do you know which operating system supported that game?
    MAC
  • Which country has the largest collection of butterfly species? Which is approximately 18% of the world total species.
    Costa Rica
  • The area surface of Russia is greater than Pluto. Do you know the total area in sq km?
    17,098,322 sq km
  • Rather than mobile, Samsung is also a full-time manufacturer of what?
    Weapons
  • What is the name of the process of stretching when a star or comet goes close to the black hole?

    Spaghettification

  • In Taiwan, what is the name of a kind of a cake that is made up of pork blood?
    Ti Hoeh Kae (Pig’s blood cake)
  • Which fish dish is extremely dangerous that can paralyze a human? And only licensed chefs are allowed to cook that dish.

    Fugu (Puffer Fish)

  • Bird nest soup is the kind of dish of which country?
    China
  • Fried Tarantulas is a favorite mid-afternoon dish of which country?
    Cambodia
  • Who introduced the first microwave oven and in which year? What was the name of the first microwave oven?
    Percy Spencer, 1947, and name was “Radarange”.
  • German chocolate cake got fame from Which USA company?
    Walter Bakers & Company
  • Which is the only state in American that starts with the letter “P”?

    Pennsylvania

  • What is the name of the largest freshwater lake in the world?
    Lake Superior
  • What is the abbreviation of ZIP in ZIPCODE?
    Zone Improvement Plan
  • At which maximum speed can a honey bee fly?
    15 mph
  • At which time is the ratio of babies born high? Day or night?
    Night
  • Which animal did Bill Clinton keep in his office?
    A cat called Socks
  • Which is the only team that played all soccer world cup tournaments?
    Brazil
  • How many chickens are consumed in the USA on a daily basis?
    22 million
  • What percentage of unmarried women give birth each year in America?
    40%
  • How many acres of pizza are served in the USA daily?
    Approximately 100 Acres
  • What percentage of the USA don’t believe that the US really landed astronauts on the moon
    13.27%
  • Most of the previous presidents of the USA were belonging to which state?
    Virginia
  • In which country is it legal to smoke for a kid. But illegal to purchase cigarettes?

    America

  • In which country is 1 out of 3 persons is overweight?

    America

  • Which countries didn’t have an official language?
    Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States
  • Which company has more money than American treasure?
    Apple
  • How many jobs have been done by Homer in the first 400 episodes of The Simpsons movie
    188 different jobs
  • What is the name of the main character in American animated sitcom?
    Homer J. Simpson
  • Who was the first American to orbit the earth? And in which year?
    Feb 20, 1962, John Glenn
  • In which year was the first practical airplane flown? And for how many minutes? And how much distance covered?
    4 October 1905, 33 minutes and 17 seconds, distance covered 20 miles
  • In which year was the rail passengers in America on the peak?
    In 1921
  • On average an American spends how much percentage of his/her income on transportation and food?
    Transportation 18%, Food 13%
  • Do you know the length of the shortest street? Where it is located?

    6 cm. located in Scotland

  • In which war did the Russian army use dogs strapped with bombs to destroy enemy tanks?
    World War II
  • In 1845 during the funeral of Andrew Jackson why had his pet parrot been removed?
    Because parrot was swearing
  • In 1979 which American president was attacked by a giant swimming rabbit?
    Jimmy Carter
  • A normal human farts how many times fart a day on average?
    14-22 times
  • Fart is highly flammable, but why? What is the reason behind this?
  • What is the oldest joke about?
    Fart Joke
  • According to the study conducted by Flatologist Dr. Michael Levitt who produce more hydrogen sulfide men or women? Which result in the worse smell
    Women
  • Do goldfish really have a memory of 3 seconds?
    No
  • What is the color of aircraft black boxes?
    Bright orange color


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