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QUESTION: What did Caruso put in Nellie Melba's hand as a joke while she was sining? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Hot Sausage ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What started in 1849 when gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: The California gold rush ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: A Statue Of Billy Bremner Stands Outside The Ground Of Which Football Ground? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Leeds United ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: John Flynn invented what service in Australia? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Flying Doctors ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In the 2001 budget, the minimum wage was increased from 3.70 to what? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 4.10p ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which Uk Football Team Are Known As The Owls? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Sheffield Wednesday ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which Of These Sports Does Not Allow You To Play Left Handed (Polo, Squash, Fencing, Tennis)? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Polo ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What country suffered the largest earthquake of 20th century. It measuerd 8.6 on the Richter scale in 1906? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Colombia ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Was The Name Of Princess Diana's Former Butler Who Was Accused Of Theft Of Her Personal Belongings Shortly After He ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Paul Burrell ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Can You Spell The Word For Me Fluorescent? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Fluorescent ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Consumption was the former name of which disease? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Tuberculosis ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Was Included On Passports For The Very First Time In 1914? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Photographs ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: How Much To Within ?5 Was A Weekend Ticket For The Reading 98 Concert? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: ?75 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In Which 2002 Film Set In The Year 2054 Will You Find The Character John Alderton? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Minority Report ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Wouldn't It Be Good' Was A UK Hit For Which Solo Male Artist? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Nik Kershaw ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Is Doris Day's Real Name? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Doris Von Kappelhoff ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which City Do The Maple Leafs Ice Hockey Team Come From? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Toronto ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who Succeeded Richard Nixon As President Of The United States? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Gerald Ford ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: If You Were Travelling At Mach II How Fast Would You Be Moving? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Twice The Speed Of Sound ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Treatment Involves The Precise Use Of Needles? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Acupuncture ↔◊↔◊↔




Webmaster Hi! My name is Jane and I am the webmaster of Trivia Quiz Generator.

I have always been interested in learning new (and usually useless) facts and testing my knowledge in the form of trivia games and quizzes. Abashedly, this curiosity has sometimes lead me to becoming distracted for hours while I surf some of the numerous trivia sites that can be found on the Net.

Fortunately, with my profession being in the IT field, I have sometimes been privileged with the opportunity of creating computer trivia products both on and off the Net. Naturally, as I am sure you suspected, this hobby of mine has also resulted in the creation of this site.

So, what exactly is this site about you ask? Well even though there are various resources on this site of interest to all trivia buffs, its primary purpose is to provide a space for those that want to create trivia quizzes on the fly. Simply input your requirements, click a button and voila, you have a quiz that you can print off with your printer. Just rinse and repeat as necessary and you will have a different quiz with each click.

As for the future, I plan to continue adding to the site at every available opportunity and optimistically the strategy is eventually to offer the biggest database of free trivia questions on the Net.

To close, I would just like to thank you for stopping by. It is my sincere hope that you will find this site of benefit and have as much fun using the quizzes that you generate from it as I did while creating it.

All the best,

Jane
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