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Easy

On the show "Seinfeld", what was Kramer's first name?

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Answer: Cosmo
More information: Michael Richards played the fictional character, Cosmo Kramer, on the American television sitcom Seinfeld.

Hard

In which year did Chinese golfer Tianlang Guan compete in the Masters Tournament?

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Answer: 2013
More information: In 2013, Tianlang Guan, a 14-year-old Chinese golf player set a record as the youngest player to ever compete in the Masters tournament.

Easy

How many continents are in this world?

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Answer: 7
More information: The world has seven continents. They are Africa, Europe, Antarctica, North America, Asia, South America and Australia (also known as Oceania).

Medium

Which rappers were admitted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame amid controversy - including the move being criticized by Gene Simmons himself - in 2016?

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Answer: N.W.A.
More information: Ice Cube, member of N.W.A., defended their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by stating, "You goddamn right we rock n' roll."

Medium

In the sport of tennis, the acronym ATP stands for what?

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Answer: Association of Tennis Professionals
More information: In tennis, the full meaning of ATP is- the Association of Tennis Professionals. It is a major governing body for the game of tennis. It was formed in 1972.

Medium

Approximately how many women said they would dump their man if they don't receive a Valentine's Day gift?

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Answer: 50%
More information: About half of the women surveyed said they would be so displeased with a lover not buying a Valentine's Day gift that they would terminate the relationship.

VeryHard

Which band saw its original members reunited for the first time in 24 years during the 2005 Live 8 concert in London?

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Answer: Pink Floyd
More information: Since 1979, Pink Floyd had seen a couple of its original, "classic" members come and go and come again, but it wasn't until the 2005 Live 8 benefit concerts that all four of them had reunited.

Medium

Which Christian celebration is influenced by the Passover?

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Answer: Good Friday
More information: Good Friday is believed to have some roots in Passover. Interestingly enough, Good Friday and Passover usually coincide.

Medium

The faces of 4 former U.S. Presidents have been carved into which mountain in America?

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Answer: Mount Rushmore
More information: A giant sculpture called the Mount Rushmore National Memorial has been carved into the face of Mount Rushmore. The sculpture features the heads of 4 famous American presidents, namely George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.

Medium

In 2014, which NBA player set the all-time record for most-missed field goals?

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Answer: Kobe Bryant
More information: All-time great Kobe Bryant ultimately finished his career with 14,481 missed field goals.


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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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