Complete Trivia Question List

Medium

What did Zacchaeus do in order to catch a glimpse at Christ?

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Answer: He climbed a tree
Zacchaeus climbed a tree so he could have clear view of the Messiah on his way to Jericho.

VeryHard

What prime number is the smallest?

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Answer: 2
Zero and 1 are not prime numbers since a prime number is a whole number that is bigger than 1 and whose only factors are itself and 1. Due to this, 2 is the smallest prime number.

Hard

Shito pepper is a commonly used condiment in which part of the world?

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Answer: West Africa
In Ghana, West Africa shito pepper is just as ubiquitously as ketchup is in the United States.

VeryHard

In what year were the first Air Jordan sneakers released?

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Answer: 1984
The "Air Jordan" brand is still going strong decades after its debut in 1984, with Michael Jordan reportedly making more money decades after his retirement than any active NBA players of that era.

Easy

What was the name of the videogame that officially featured Michael Jackson as the hero?

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Answer: Moonwalker
Though forgettable in its home-console form, the arcade version of Michael Jackson "Moonwalker" (1990) is a much-more entertaining experience.

Hard

On the day of his wife's murder, what drink was Andy drinking in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption"?

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Answer: Bourbon
Andy had drunk himself into an intoxicated state. The drink on the night of his wife's murder was bourbon

Easy

What animal has the largest ears?

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Answer: African Elephant
An African elephant's ears can grow to be six feet long and four feet wide. Elephants use their giant ears to cool themselves down in warm weather.

Easy

The crime-based series "the Wire" is set in which American city?

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Answer: Baltimore
"The Wire" focuses on the drug scene through the eyes of dealers and law enforcement based in Baltimore, Maryland.

Medium

The late Michael Jackson is widely known as the "King of Pop". But who is considered the "Queen of Pop"?

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Answer: Madonna
Madonna's influence on American and indeed global music is undeniable, thus earning her the generally-accepted title of "Queen of Pop".

Medium

Who is the shortest player in the first 70 years of NBA history to win the Slam Dunk Contest?

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Answer: Spud Webb
Standing at approximately 5'7", Spud Webb is widely regarded as one of the shortest players in professional basketball's history. However, he surprised everyone by winning the 1986 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. This achievement made him the shortest player to be crowned champion of the NBA slam dunk contest.

Hard

Which of the following fruits actually comes from an herb?

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Answer: Bananas
The plants which produce bananas are actually herbs, not trees, since they are not composed of wood.

Hard

Which was the first political party in the United States to implement a free breakfast program for school children?

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Answer: Black Panther
The Black Panther Party's "Free Breakfast for Children Program", implemented in 1969, served as the inspiration for similar initiatives run by the US federal government today.

Medium

What is the chemical symbol for table salt?

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Answer: NaCl
Sodium chloride (also known as salt or halite), is an ionic compound representing a 1:1 ratio of sodium and chloride ions.

VeryHard

Which one of the following NFL teams is actually publicly-owned?

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Answer: Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers are a publicly-owned, non-profit corporation and have been so since 1923.

Easy

What animal has the largest brain?

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Answer: Sperm Whale
The Sperm Whales brain weighs about 17 pounds, which is about five times the size of a human brain.

Easy

Is Egypt an African country?

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Answer: Yes
Egypt is in the northeast of the continent of Africa.

VeryHard

In which land did Moses die?

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Answer: Moab
Moses, Israel's greatest prophet, died in the land of Moab.



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