If you're a romantic and a lover, Valentine's day trivia is right up your alley. TriviaQN has the flowers, the kisses and the ring to tie up your curiosity. With our trivia questions you're bound to put your knowledge to the ultimate test.
Answer: Parlement of Foules
In his 1382 poem "Parlement of Foules", renowned English author Geoffrey Chaucer penned a poem which contains what is considered to be the first historical reference to Valentine's Day as a time when 'every bird comes there to chose his mate'.
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.
The New England Confectionary Company or NECCO had originated and were the primary producers of these candies. However as of late 2018 they have officially been out of business.
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!
Unlike Cupid's golden arrows which induce feelings of love in its targets, the lead arrow makes the victim loathe and want to get away from the first person they see.
Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone on 14 February 1876, though a similar, controversial patent was also filed that same day by another inventor, Elisha Gray.
Answer: South America
These flowers come primarily from the South American countries of Colombia and Ecuador.
Pink usually accompanies red on Valentine's Day decoration, probably because of the former's widespread association with femininity.
Answer: Henry VIII
King Henry VIII reigned from 1509 until 1547, so it was he who made St. Valentine's Day a statutory holiday in England.
Shakespeare describe Cupid as being blind as a metaphor for true love being based on inward qualities, not looks.