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.
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.
Answer: Signing Valentine's cards
Reportedly to this day some people still refuse to sign a Valentine's Day card using their own name.
Though Mexico may be known as one of the roughest places on earth, in 2009 it set a world record when 40,000 people kissed simultaneously on Valentine's Day!
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.
The Islamabad High Court of Pakistan also put a ban on all media broadcasts related to Valentine's Day.
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: 84 years
Herbert and Zelmyra Fisher of North Carolina hold the Guinness World Record for longest married couple at 84 years. They were married for a total of 87 years when Herbert died in 2011.
Answer: 12th June
Valentine's Day is held on 12th June in Brazil as it is the eve of Saint Anthony's Day, a revered figure who died on 13th June, 1231 in Italy.
Answer: South America
These flowers come primarily from the South American countries of Colombia and Ecuador.
Traditionally Cupid's arrows were sharpened on a stone whetted with blood. But his current, more-friendly representation is due to marketing efforts.