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: Dia dos Namorados
Dia dos Namorados translate from Portuguese to "Lovers Day" or "Boyfriends/Girlfriends Day".
Answer: Mother's Day
A fourth of all flower and plant purchases for the year are made during Mother's Day.
Valentine's Day in Japan is traditionally celebrated by women buying dark chocolate for males. These treats have different appellations for platonic associates as opposed to romantic interests, with many of them going to male coworkers.
Answer: South America
These flowers come primarily from the South American countries of Colombia and Ecuador.
Although most people could probably guess that Cupid's mother is Venus, the goddess of love, they may (or may not) be surprised to find out that Mars (Ares), the god of war, is generally considered to be his dad.
After Valentine's execution the jailer's daughter, Julia, planted an almond tree with pink blossoms near his grave.
Istanbul #2461, a clay tablet discovered in Iraq, is believe to have been recited by the bride of a Sumerian king approximately 4000 years ago.
Answer: Quirkyalone Day
Observers of International Quirkyalone Day are advised to celebrate platonic, familial and self love in addition to romance on 14 February.
St. Valentine was born in 226 and executed in 269, thus making him a little over 40 years old at the time of his death.
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.