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.
More information: Pennsylvania, home of the Hershey Company as well as Wilbur Chocolate, produces more chocolate than any other state.
More information: Teachers are shown more appreciation (card-wise) on Valentine's Day then girlfriends, wives or anyone else!
More information: 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.
More information: Verona, Italy is the setting of William Shakespeare's timeless "Romeo and Juliet" (1595), and to this day the city still receives thousands of Valentine's addressed to "Juliet"!
More information: Some legends state that Saint Valentine suffered from epilepsy, while others say he cured other people stricken with this ailment. Either way he is officially one of its patron saints.
Answer: Quirkyalone Day
More information: Observers of International Quirkyalone Day are advised to celebrate platonic, familial and self love in addition to romance on 14 February.
Answer: Signing cards
More information: Reportedly to this day some people still refuse to sign a Valentine's Day card using their own name.
Answer: Friends Day
More information: On 14 February, the Finnish celebrate Ystävänpäivä or "Friends Day", which is designed to recognize all of a person's friends.
More information: Charles, the Duke of Orléans, was French royalty who wrote this letter to his wife while imprisoned by the English in 1415. Unfortunately this same wife died during his 24-year captivity.
More information: In addition to "Macbeth", William Shakespeare also gives a shoutout to Valentine's Day in "A Midsummer Night's Dream".