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Hard

In the United States, approximately how many people annually propose marriage to their sweetheart on Valentine's Day?

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Answer: 220,000
This Valentine's Day, an average of 220,000 single Americans will muster up the heart to ask their significant other's hand in marriage!

Medium

Whose combat mannerism did Neo imitate during his training session with Morpheus?

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Answer: Bruce Lee
Neo rubbed his nose with his thumb, which was a homage to the late action star Bruce Lee.

Medium

Which one of Star Fox's teammates has been deemed one of the most-annoying videogame characters ever?

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Answer: Slippy Toad
Slippy Toad may suck as a fighter and often needs help during melees, but he's invaluable as the Star Fox Team's mechanic and inventor.

Hard

What is the name of the train station that services Hogwarts School?

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Answer: Hogsmeade Station
Even though the station services Hogwarts School, it is called Hogsmeade after the village it also caters to.

Medium

Which one of the seven ancient wonders of the world is still standing today?

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Answer: The Great Pyramid of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex. Historical analysis tells us that the Egyptians built the Giza Pyramids between 2589 and 2504 BC.

VeryHard

What is the name of the hottest pepper in the world?

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Answer: Carolina Reaper
The Carolina Reaper was declared the hottest chili pepper in the world by Guinness World Records in 2013.

Hard

In old world Europe, which holiday used to be celebrated on 1 April?

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Answer: New Year's Day
It wasn't until Pope Gregory XIII ordered the implementation of the Gregorian Calendar in 1582 that many European switched New Year's Day from 1 April to 1 January, and even then it still took some places, like England, a while to adapt.

Easy

What form of bird did the Spirit of God take after John the Baptist baptized Jesus Christ?

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Answer: Dove
A dove is reported to have flown over Jesus Christ immediately after His baptism.

Hard

Where in the Scriptures is it written that "…man does not live by bread alone but on every word that comes from the mouth of the Lord"?

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Answer: Deuteronomy 8:3
Deuteronomy 8:3 (King James Version) reads as "And he humbled thee, and suffered thee to hunger, and fed thee with manna, which thou knewest not, neither did thy fathers know; that he might make thee know that man doth not live by bread only, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of the LORD doth man live."


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Where Trivia Comes From

Trivia, the word, comes from the Latin word trivialis. The modern usage of the word is fairly recent, and is the noun form of the word trivial. Trivia, by definition, means small factors or tidbits of information that are usually useless (or trivial) in nature.

Trivia or Fact

The difference between trivia and facts is quite trivial. Generally, trivia is considered to be a type of fact. Facts are statements of truth that can regard any number of broad or specific categories. Trivia, though, is usually considered to be more useless tidbits or facts that you don't really need to know.

So wait, trivia isn't always a question? Not necessarily. Trivia questions are a form of trivia that come in the form of questions, much like a quiz. Trivia questions are much more fun than just reading factoids. It gives the reader a chance to test their knowledge of useless facts, sometimes with a range of multiple choice options.



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