Only The Brightest Can Pass This Big Fat Trivia Quiz. Can You?

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Trivia comes easy for some but not everyone. Are you part of the elite group that knows about trivia in every category? Find out now!

 Aug 08, 2019

1 of 30If you checked the time on the Big Ben, which country would you be in?

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France
England
Australia

2 of 30What is the currency of Japan?

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Yen
Pounds
Riki

3 of 30True or false: Glass is mainly made up of sand.

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True
False

4 of 30What is a group of crows called?

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Gaggle
Swarm
Flock

5 of 30Diamonds are made from highly compressed ____?

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Coal
Emeralds
Mud

6 of 30The one and only ____ was founded by Motown Records!

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Richard Branson
Berry Gordy
Don King

7 of 30What is the longest bone in your body?

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Tibia
Humerus
Femur

8 of 30The ___ is another name for the internet.

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Web
Ship
World

9 of 30A baby goat can also be nicknamed ___.

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A Goatlin
A Kid
A Lamb

10 of 30Hey y'all! There are about ____ million people in the state of Texas.

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50
15
30

11 of 30Which president is on the $50 bill?

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Benjamin Franklin
Andrew Jackson
Ulysses S. Grant

12 of 30What number comes next in line? 2, 6, 10, 14, __

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10
16
18

13 of 30In what city was the show 'Sex And The City' based in?

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New York
Atlanta
Miami

14 of 30How many oceans are there in the world?

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7
6
9

15 of 30What year did the movie Pretty Woman come out?

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1990
1980
2000

16 of 30Which of these TV shows is focused around medical care?

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Gilmore Girls
Full House
Grey's Anatomy

17 of 30True or False: It is possible to touch your elbow to your tounge.

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False
True

18 of 30What basketball team was Paula Abdul a cheerleader for?

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Indiana Pacers
Los Angeles Lakers
Chicago Bulls

19 of 30In Disney's The Little Mermaid, Ariel has to trade what to receive legs?

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Her Father's Crown
Her Necklace
Her Voice

20 of 30True or False: In Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is a Montague.

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False
True

21 of 30Off the coast of which continent is the Great Barrier Reef?

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Asia
Africa
Australia

22 of 30Who was the number one ranked women's tennis player in 1999?

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Serena Williams
Martina Hingis
Steffi Graff

23 of 30True or False: A triangle's degree adds up to 180.

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False
True

24 of 30What wonder of the world is in Italy?

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The Colosseum
The Eiffel Tower
Taj Mahal

25 of 30The hit tv show, "Friends" ended in ___.

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2003
2005
2004

26 of 30The Statue of liberty in New York was a gift from who?

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Italy
France
Japan

27 of 30Where did Pasta originate from?

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China
Greece
Italy

28 of 30Who wrote the novel "The adventures of Huckleberry Finn" ?

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Mark Twain
Earnest Hemingway
Charles Dickens

29 of 30What is the world's tallest building?

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Empire State Building
Burj Khalifa
Sears Tower

30 of 30True or false: The Caspian Sea is the world's largest lake.

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False
True
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Do you consider yourself a trivia buff? Can you see yourself winning big prizes in game shows for answering questions correctly? If you are answering "yes" then you are in the right place today!

Summer Sanders talked about the subject of trivia when she said, "I watched some serious '80s television. 'Alice,' 'Good Times,' 'The Jeffersons,' 'Family Ties,' 'Cheers'... every night it was eating dinner, watch 'Cheers.' I was actually on 'Jeopardy' with Rebecca Lobo and Dot Richardson, and we were laughing because I was just nailing every random '80s trivia question - sitcom, theme music, movie, you name it." It is good to be up to date on things that intrigue you!

Alexandra Petri also touched on the subject when she said, "Thanks to postmodernism, we tend to see all facts as meaningless trivia, no one more vital than any other. Yet this disregard for facts is intellectually crippling. Facts are the raw material of thought, and the knowledge of significant facts makes sophisticated thought possible." She is right too!

Howie Mandel mentioned the game show side of trivia when he said," 'Deal or No Deal' works nicely with my ADD/ADHD symptoms. I show up, meet the contestants, and move around the set. I'm not stuck behind a pedestal reading trivia questions. I've always had problems sitting still and listening for long periods of time. The show spares me these challenges. I can live in the moment. It's like a standup act." Being in the know about a wide range of trivia facts is super cool!

Now it's your turn! Do you have what it takes to pass this trivia exam? Find out!