Webster’s Dictionary defines “trivia” as “trifles“. Don’t look down your nose. The art guy, Michelangelo, said, “Trifles make perfection and perfection is no trifle“. So there. Sharpen your #2 pencil and check out the questions below.
- What is the most common name in the world?
- What was the original color of Coca-Cola?
- Originally, Cinderella’s slippers were not made of glass. What were they made of and which one did she shed while trying to beat the clock?
- What is the average time it takes a person to fall asleep?
- How long does a taste bud live?
- If a polar bear could write, which hand would he use?
- A three-hour tour: what was Gilligan’s first name AND what was The Skipper’s official name?
- Statue etiquette: a statue of a person on horseback where horse has two legs in the air means what?
- What are the four words in English language for which there is no rhyming companion?
- What is Donald Duck’s middle name?
- How many eyes does a starfish have?
- Who blinks more? Men or women?
- Examine a deck of cards. Who is the “Suicide King” and what is he missing?
- What does 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 =?
- If you were a pregnant goldfish, what would your “proper” name be?
- What does the L.L. in L.L. Bean stand for?
- This state is known for having the most people who walk to work.
- Which blend of tea is known as “the Burgundy of China teas”?
- What was the original purpose for wearing a bridal veil?
- What is a Native American holiday food?
Okie dokie – that’s all for now. I’ll post the answers in a bit, after I clean out two rooms of my house. So a bit could take a bit. Don’t get all stirred up about a prize … if you answer anything, I promise you will never have to pay my bills. Win-win! If you have read this far and are still wincing, be gone! In the words of trivia king Fred L. Worth, “Be wary of people who answer, ‘So what?'”
Back in a few……..