Complete Trivia Question List

VeryHard

What is the name of the primary system used to rate videogame content in Israel?

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Answer: Pan European Game Information
Established in 2003, the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) is the system used to give age ratings to videogames in Israel and almost 40 other (primarily European) countries.

Easy

Which of these famous companies is known for producing Christmas cards?

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Answer: Hallmark
Hallmark has been producing Christmas cards for over 100 years, since 1915.

Medium

What country gave the United States it's famous Statue of Liberty as a gift in 1886?

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Answer: France
The Statue of Liberty began construction in 1875 and was dedicated in 1886. It receives over 3 million visitors each year.

Medium

In 1999, the Chicago Bulls traded established superstar Scottie Pippen to which other team?

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Answer: Houston Rockets
Scottie Pippen was traded to the Houston Rockets in 1999 for the relatively-obscure player Roy Rogers and a worthless second-round pick, but by that time the Bulls had firmly decided that the highly-successful Jordan years, which Pippen helped define, were over.

Easy

What blood type do you need to be a universal donor?

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Answer: O-
People with O- blood can give blood to anyone. The other blood types can only donate to certain people depending on their blood type. For example, if you are AB+ you can only donate to other AB+ blood types, but you can receive blood from anyone.

Medium

Which tennis player became the first to win more than one singles tournament in the Olympics?

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Answer: Andy Murray
In 2016, Andy Murray set a record as the first tennis player to ever win a singles tournament twice in the history of the Olympics.

Medium

Who founded Dumbledore's Army?

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Answer: Hermione Granger
Dumbledore's Army was founded by Hermione, though Harry Potter led it.

Medium

What are the three traditional colors of Christmas?

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Answer: Red, green and gold
The colors red, green and gold are considered the three traditional colors of Christmas since they are used in most Christmas decorations around the world. The red stands for the blood of Jesus. The green stands for life as well as rebirth. Last but not least, the gold symbolizes wealth and light.

Easy

Which of the following songstresses was a member of The Mickey Mouse Club early in her career?

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Answer: Britney Spears
Before she even reached her teens Britney Spears was a member of the 1993-1994 incarnation of The Mickey Mouse Club alongside fellow future superstars Ryan Gosling, Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake.

Easy

Which famous characters was visited by three ghosts on Christmas Day?

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Answer: Ebenezer Scrooge
The answer is Ebenezer Scrooge from "A Christmas Carol".

Medium

Who did the British Ministry of Magic formerly employ to guard Azkaban prison?

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Answer: Dementors
The British Ministry of Magic used the Dementors to guard Azkaban.

Medium

What was the name of the mouse that John Coffey miraculously revived in "the Green Mile"?

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Answer: Mr. Jingles
Mr. Jingles is the pet mouse of John's friend, Del. After he is stepped upon by Percy, a sadistic prison officer, John resurrects Mr. Jingles.

Medium

What is the first name of Andromeda Tonks daughter?

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Answer: Nymphadora
Andromeda Tonks daughter and only child is Nymphadora Tonks.

VeryHard

At the Seder table, people eat and drink in a reclining position. What does this represent?

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Answer: Freedom
In the olden days, only a free person had the privilege to recline during meals. The servants and slaves, on the other hand, would often stand. Owing to this, the reclining position Jews assume at the Seder table is in celebration of the fact that they are free and no longer slaves.

VeryHard

What type of animal is Sonic's companion "Knuckles"?

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Answer: Echidna
Knuckles is an echidna, a type of animals that lives off of ants and termites and resides in Australia and New Guinea.



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