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Easy

Which band released the song, "Hey There Delilah"?

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Answer: Plain White T's
More information: The Plain White T's sang the hit song "Hey There Delilah". This song reached Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2007.

Hard

Which is the largest food and drink company in the world?

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Answer: Nestlé
More information: Based in Switzerland, Nestlé is operational in 189 countries and reported revenues of approximately $80 billion in 2017.

Easy

Who revealed to Andy the true identity of the person who murdered Andy's wife in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption"?

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Answer: Tommy Williams
More information: Tommy Williams revealed that his room mate in a previous prison confessed to murdering Andy's wife.

VeryHard

Which American sitcom once aired an episode entitled "April Fool's Day" which was actually about Tax Day?

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Answer: Roseanne
More information: The hit 1990's sitcom Roseanne aired such an episode on 10 April 1990 which actually centered on the family scrambling to file their taxes on time.

Medium

In what country was the first NFL regular-season game ever held outside of the United States?

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Answer: Mexico
More information: Mexico City hosted the Arizona Cardinals versus the San Francisco 49ers in October of 2005. At the time it set a record for attendance at an NFL game with over 103,000 spectators.

Easy

Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was once governor of which American state?

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Answer: California
More information: Arnold Schwarzenegger was the 38th Governor of California. He occupied that post from 2003 to 2011.

Easy

Which of the following is not used to decorate homes during the celebration of Halloween?

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Answer: Christmas Trees
More information: Christmas trees are not used in decorating homes during Halloween. Christmas trees are used in beautifying homes during the Xmas season.

Easy

Which tennis player won the women's singles of the U.S. Open Championship in 2018?

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Answer: Naomi Osaka
More information: Naomi Osaka won her first-ever U.S. Open title in 2018 after winning the final game of the competition. She beat tennis, legend Serena Williams in the final.

Medium

What was the nationality of Chief Bromden in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"?

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Answer: Native American
More information: The role of Chief Bromden went to Will Sampson, who was actually a Park Ranger but earned the job due to being the only suitable Native American in the vicinity.

Medium

Which country (and it's territories) cover the most time zones?

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Answer: France
More information: France and its eight territories cover 12 time zones. France covers so many time zones because France has territories all over the world.

Easy

Which is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust?

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Answer: Aluminum
More information: Aluminum is 8% of Earth's weight, making it the third most abundant element on Earth (behind Silicon and Oxygen).

Medium

The two men in the Old Testament who walked with God are?

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Answer: Noah and Enoch
More information: From Genesis 5:24 and 6:9, Enoch and Noah were two very faithful and pious patriarchs who walked with the Lord.

Easy

Where is Kanye West from?

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Answer: Chicago, Illinois

Easy

The Dingo is a free range dog found mainly in which country?

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Answer: Australia
More information: The Dingo is a wild canine. The Dingo is the largest terrestrial predator in Australia.

Medium

What part of the world do most Valentine's Day roses in the United States actually originate from?

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Answer: South America
More information: These flowers come primarily from the South American countries of Colombia and Ecuador.

Easy

What is the name given to the secular holiday that is celebrated a day after Christmas?

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Answer: Boxing Day
More information: Boxing Day is a holiday that is observed a day after Christmas (December 26). In certain countries in the world, Boxing Day is observed as a Second Christmas Day.



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