DAY 234 – 21 Question Random Knowledge Quiz – 365-Day Trivia Road Trip (ROAD TRIpVIA- Episode 1253)
DAY 234 – 21 Question Random Knowledge Quiz – 365-Day Trivia Road Trip (ROAD TRIpVIA- Episode 1253)

Last Updated on December 19, 2022

Trivia questions are a classic idea for a fun-filled game night. Not only do these questions test the players’ knowledge of general or trendy topics. They can also help to break the ice during family gatherings or date nights.
Trivia questions are also a perfect way to boost your brainpower and sharpen your memory. Participating in these games allows you to learn some random but exciting facts you didn’t already know.
The best part about trivia questions is their diversity. Just about any subject you can think of has a set of trivia questions based on it, from pop culture to astronomy, politics, Greek mythology, to mention but a few. Players can decide beforehand regarding the topics to tackle on their next trivia games. And where there seems to be no consensus on the focus subjects, there’s always the option of settling for general questions.
Of course, there’s usually the small problem of finding the right trivia questions to ask on your next social gathering. Fortunately for you, that won’t be a concern anymore.
We’ve gone ahead to research and compile a comprehensive list of 100+ best trivia questions for a scintillating game night. Even better, we’ve sorted this massive list into different categories to make it easier to hunker down on trivia questions in your areas of interest. And to make your next game night even more exciting, each question comes with an answer.

Trivia Questions About Food

1. What food serves as the base for guacamole? Avocado
2. What is the rarest M & M color? Brown
3. What is the common name for dried plums? Prunes
4. What is the most consumed manufactured drink in the world? Tea
5. What food is the most ordered in America? Fried chicken
6. Which country consumes the most chocolate per capita? Switzerland
7. Which country invented ice cream? China
8. What is the national dish of Spain? Paella
9. Which country is believed to have invented hotdogs? Germany
10. Which country is most associated with pizza and pasta? Italy
11. Which kind of alcohol is Russia notoriously known for? Vodka
12. What is the world record for number of hotdogs eaten in one sitting? 74
13. Which is the only edible food that never goes bad? Honey

Trivia Questions About Animals

14. Are worker bees male or female? Female
15. How many legs does a lobster have? 10 (8 walking legs and 2 larger claw legs)
16. How many noses does a slug have? Four
17. How many hearts does an octopus have? Three
18. How many eyes does a bee have? Five
19. Which mammal has no vocal cords? Giraffe
20. What is the fastest land animal? The cheetah. It can reach speeds of up to 70 MPH.
21. What is the fastest aquatic animal? The sailfish. It can reach speeds of up to 68 MPH.
22. What was the lifespan of a Tyrannosaurus Rex? Between 20-30 years
23. Which mammal lives the longest? Bowhead whale. It can live up to 200 years!
24. How long do elephant pregnancies last? 22 months
25. What mammals lay eggs? Spiny anteater and the duck-billed platypus
26. Which mammals cannot jump? Elephant, rhino, hippo, and sloth
27. What do you call a group of giraffes? A tower
28. What do you call a group of baboons? A parliament
29. What do you call a group of crows? A murder
30. What do you call a group of ravens? An unkindness
31. What is the loudest animal on Earth? Sperm Whale
32. Which African animal has a name that means “river horse”? Hippopotamus
33. Which animal symbolizes good luck in Europe? Ladybug
34. Which animals symbolize bad luck in Africa? Owl and black cats

Trivia Questions About Geography

35. What is the largest continent on Earth? Asia
36. What is the largest ocean on Earth? The Pacific
37. Who named the Pacific Ocean? Ferdinand Magellan
38. What is the largest country in the world? Russia
39. What is the smallest country in the world? Vatican City, it’s less than two-tenths of a square mile!
40. What country touches the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, and the Bay of Bengal? India
41. Which country borders 14 nations and crosses 8 time zones? Russia
42. What country has the most natural lakes? Canada
43. What is the largest American state (by area)? Alaska
44. What’s the city with the most diversity in terms of language? New York
45. In what modern-day Arab country the ancient Phoenician city of Constantine is located? Algeria
46. Which Central American country has a name which translates to English as “The Savior”? El Salvador
47. “Stars and Stripes” is the nickname of the flag of which country? United States of America
48. Which two countries share the longest border? The United States and Canada
49. What letter is not included in any of the 50 U.S. state names? The letter Q
50. What is the tallest mountain in the world? Mt. Everest
51. What is the longest river in the world? The Nile

Trivia Questions About History

52. What countries made up the original Axis powers in World War II? Germany, Italy, and Japan
53. Which year did the demolition of the Berlin wall separating East and West Germany begin? 1989
54. Who is the patron saint of Ireland? St. Patrick
55. Who was the first president of the United States? George Washington
56. Which monarch officially made Valentine’s Day a holiday in 1537? Henry VIII
57. How long did the Middle Ages last? About 1000 years
58. In which year did World War I begin? 1914
59. In which city was John F. Kennedy was assassinated in which city? Dallas
60. Which battle took place on Sunday 18 June 1815? The Battle of Waterloo
61. Who wrote the first dictionary? Robert Cawdrey
62. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)? Marie Curie
63. Who was the first woman pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic? Amelia Earhart
64. Which American president was involved in the Watergate scandal? Nixon
65. Who has been the longest-serving monarch of the United Kingdom? Queen Elizabeth II

Trivia Questions About the Outer Space

66. About how many stars are in the Milky Way? 150 – 250 billion
67. What is the name of a group of stars that form an imaginary picture? Constellation
68. What is the largest planet in our solar system? Jupiter
69. Which planet has a day that lasts almost eight months on Earth? Venus
70. What is the hottest planet in the solar system? Venus, with a temperature of 460 °C
71. Is Pluto a planet? Answer: Not anymore; it’s considered a dwarf planet.
72. What was the first animal to go into orbit? A dog. It was called Laika
73. True or false, there is gravity on the Moon? False
74. What is the name for the holes on the Moon’s surface? Craters

Trivia Questions About Sports

75. Where did the Olympic games originate? Greece
76. How long is an Olympic swimming pool (in meters)? 50 meters
77. What sport is dubbed the “king of sports”? Soccer
78. Which country won the first-ever soccer World Cup in 1930? Uruguay
79. How big is the diameter of a basketball hoop? 18 inches
80. Who was the first female driver to score points in a Grand Prix? Lella Lombardi (1975 Spanish Grand Prix)
81. How many points did Michael Jordan score on his first NBA game? 16 points
82. In which year did Usain Bolt set his 100m in 9.58 seconds world record? 2009
83. In what year was the first-ever Wimbledon Championship held? 1877

Trivia Questions About the Entertainment Industry

84. What was the first feature-length animated movie ever released? Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
85. What was the first toy to be advertised on television? Mr. Potato Head from Toy Story
86. What TV series showed the first interracial kiss on American network television? Star Trek
87. On which hand did Captain Hook have his hook? Left
88. What school did Harry Potter attend? Hogwarts
89. What is the highest grossing holiday movie of all time? Home Alone
90. When Walt Disney was a child, which character did he play in his school function? Peter Pan
91. What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan? Tinkerbell
92. What are the names of Cinderella’s stepsisters? Anastasia and Drizella
93. What is the biggest selling music single of all time? Candle in the Wind (1997)

Trivia Questions About Holidays

94. What sweet snack is typically left out for Santa? Cookies
95. How many nights is Hanukkah celebrated? Eight
96. What is the name of the marshmallow Easter treats that come in the shape of birds and bunnies? Peeps
97. What holiday is called “turkey day”? Thanksgiving Day
98. Which country celebrates the Storming of the Bastille? France
99. On what day and month is the Chinese New Year is celebrated? 25th January

Trivia Questions About Colors

100. How many colors are in the rainbow? Seven.
101. What color is at the top of the rainbow? Red.
102. What color are the stars in the American flag? White
103. What color are zebras’ strips when they are first born? Brown
104. What is the most popular car color? White.
105. What is the second-most popular car color? Silver

General Trivia Questions

106. Who is the richest person in the world as of 2021? Elon Musk
107. What does “www” stand for in a website browser? World Wide Web
108. What geometric shape is generally used for stop signs? Octagon
109. What punctuation mark ends an imperative sentence? A period or exclamation point
110. What is the fear of dogs called? Cynophobia
111. How many languages are written from right to left? 12
112. What is the largest organ on the human body? The skin
113. What is the longest bone in the human body? Femur
114. What country gifted the United States the Statue of Liberty? France. The statue was handed over back in 1885.
115. How many inches are in a foot? 12
116. How many feet are in a yard? Three
117. Who painted The Mona Lisa? Leonardo da Vinci

Final Word

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