Complete Trivia Question List

Easy

In which city is the Statute of Liberty situated?

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Answer: New York City
The Statue of Liberty is situated on Liberty Island in New York City, United States.

Easy

What is the name of the NFL's all-star exhibition game?

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Answer: Pro Bowl
The AFC-NFC Pro Bowl features the best players from the American Football Conference (AFC) against those from the National Football Conference (NFC).

Medium

How many stepsisters did Cinderella have?

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Answer: Two
Cinderella had two wicked stepsisters named Anastasia and Drizella.

VeryHard

In a professional tour game in tennis, the chair umpire may call a point penalty upon?

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Answer: Second Violation
A second violation by a player in a tour match will result in the umpire calling or awarding a point penalty. After the second violation, all subsequent violations result in a game penalty.

Hard

Who was the first woman to contest for the office of the President of the United States of America?

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Answer: Victoria Woodhull
In 1872, Victoria Woodhull became the first woman to run for the position of President of the United States.

Medium

Who calmed the Sea of Galilee?

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Answer: Jesus Christ
On one of His adventures on the Sea of Galilee, Jesus Christ waved a hand over the sea and calmed the trouble waters. He brought so much relief to the weary persons on board the fishing boat.

Hard

Beginning in 1996, the Australian $100 note featured the image of which classical musician?

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Answer: Nellie Melba
The "Melba" in Dame Nellie Melba's name is actually derived from Melbourne, Australia, her hometown. She holds a very special place in the history of Australia as she was the first classical musician from that country to achieve international fame.

Hard

Which Mario character has appeared in all but one "Mario Party" game?

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Answer: Wario
In the 15+ games that makeup the "Mario Party" series, only "Mario Party Advance" didn't feature Wario.

Medium

Which NBA personality actually owns the term "three-peat", referring to a team winning three consecutive championships?

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Answer: Pat Riley
Although Pat Riley trademarked the term "three-peat" in 1988, he credits one of his players at the time, Byron Scott, with coining the phrase. Riley reportedly earned $300,000 in royalties when the Bulls three-peated in the 1990's.

Easy

The United States state of Georgia is famous for what fruit?

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Answer: Peach
Georgia is known for having the best quality peach. Georgia became the official peach state in 1995 and has peach inspired street signs and logos all around the state.

Easy

Legendary singer Diana Ross's daughter was a star on which situation comedy?

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Answer: Girlfriends
Tracee Ellis Ross was one of the main characters on "Girlfriends", which aired from 2000 to 2008.

Hard

How many times does a bat have to fly around a person's house for death to be considered approaching?

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Answer: 3
People believed that if a bat flies 3 times around a person's house, then it signifies that death is approaching that person.

Easy

Which holiday serves as the backdrop for the classic movie "It's a Wonderful Life"?

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Answer: Christmas
George Bailey decides to commit suicide on Christmas Eve before the intervention of his guardian angel, Clarence, prevents such.

VeryHard

In what year was Valentine's Day removed from the Roman calendar?

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Answer: 1969
Pope Paul VI removed the Valentine's Day feast from the General Roman Calendar in 1969 due to lack of verifiable information about Saint Valentine.

Medium

Sicily is the largest island in which sea?

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Answer: Mediterranean Sea
Sicily, the largest Mediterranean island, is close to the coast of Italy. Sicily has rich history, like the Valley of the Temples and well preserved ruins.

Easy

Which music diva lost both her brother and husband to cancer in 2016?

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Answer: Celine Dion
Celine Dion lost her husband, René Angélil and her brother, Daniel Dion, both to cancer, within the span of two days in January of 2016.

Medium

What is the name of the largest ocean in the world?

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Answer: Pacific Ocean
The Earth's largest ocean is the Pacific Ocean. This ocean is so large that it stretches across over one-third of the surface of the Earth.

Medium

Who founded Dumbledore's Army?

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Answer: Hermione Granger
Dumbledore's Army was founded by Hermione, though Harry Potter led it.

VeryHard

In the movie "The Shawshank Redemption", which character had his hands replaced by the director, Frank Darabont, as insert shot?

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Answer: Andy
Frank Darabont, feeling he alone knew what he wanted, decided to have an insert shot of his hands in place of Andy's hands in the movie.



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