Only History Scholars Can Pass This Random History Quiz. Can You?

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"Pop" goes this trivia quiz!

Can you ace this pop culture quiz and get a perfect score? Prove it by answering these challenging history trivia questions!

 Jul 24, 2019

1 of 18Due to material rationing, bikinis were created after ___.

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The American Civil War
The Taiping Rebellion

2 of 18Who invented the mini skirt?

Mary Quant
Vivian Westwood
Calvin Klein

3 of 18Which Stars Wars movie does the line “No, I am your father” come from?

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The Force Awakens
The Empire Strikes Back
A New Hope

4 of 18Who was John F. Kennedy's wife?

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Marilyn Monroe
Jacqueline Bouvier
Lee Radziwill

5 of 18Michael Jackson was known as the:

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The King of Pop
The King of Rock n' Roll
The Boss

6 of 18Which American country singer performed at Folsom Prison?

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Johnny Cash
Conway Twitty
Carl Perkins

7 of 18Who made her debut in comics in 1941?

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Harley Quinn
Xena: Warrior Princess
Wonder Woman

8 of 18In what decade was punk first fashionable?


9 of 18The two gangs in West Side Story were the Sharks and the ___.

United Artists

10 of 18What personal item did Elon Musk send into space?

His laptop
His cell phone
His car

11 of 18Throughout Rolling Stones entire existence, who was the guitarist?

Brian Jones
Keith Richards
Mick Taylor

12 of 18Name This Item Of Clothing!

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A corset
A waistcoat
A bustle

13 of 18Who wrote "The Shining"?

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J.K. Rowling
Stephen King
Stanley Kubrick

14 of 18Where does Holly Golightly like to have breakfast?

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Neiman Marcus

15 of 18Which Beatle was killed by an assassin's bullet?

John Lennon
George Harrison
Pete Best

16 of 18Who was known for saying, "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee"?

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Muhammad Ali
George Forman
Mike Tyson

17 of 18Which President was assassinated during the play, Our American Cousin?

James Abram Garfield
William McKinley
Abraham Lincoln

18 of 18Which English poet is known for writing a "yo momma" joke?

Edgar Allan Poe
William Shakespeare
Emily Dickinson
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