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: Friends Day
On 14 February, the Finnish celebrate Ystävänpäivä or "Friends Day", which is designed to recognize all of a person's friends.
The Qixi Festival, which has been dubbed the "Chinese Valentine's Day", is held on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, which has it occuring on 7 August in 2019.
Answer: James Polk
James Polk, the 11th President of the United States, served from 1845 to 1849, and the mentioned photograph featured him along with his presidential cabinet.
Even though Valentine's Day is not an official holiday, the only other time of year more cards are exchanged is during Christmas.
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.
Answer: Quirkyalone Day
Observers of International Quirkyalone Day are advised to celebrate platonic, familial and self love in addition to romance on 14 February.
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.
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.
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.
Answer: Al Capone
Al Capone ordered the "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" on 14 February 1929 in Chicago, murdering seven men in the process, but the primary target got away.