Trivia Generator
QUESTION: What revelation did Alexander Butterfield make to the senate Watergate committee? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: The oval office bugging ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who were the original four members of the pop group Genesis? Point for each? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Peter Gabriel,Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford & Tony Banks ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which toys were sold with the advertising slogan ‘robots in disguise'? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Transformers ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which Country Changed From Driving On The Left To Driving On The Right In 1967? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Sweden ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Charles Babbage's notable invention? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Computer ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In Germany what can you not wear during a strike? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: A mask ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Antonia Christina Basilotta Is The Real Name Of Which Singer A) Tony Basil, B) Chaka Khan, C) Cher? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: A) Toni Basil ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which Is The Smallest Mammal In Europe? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Pygmy Shrew ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which Is The Largest Owl Found In Britain? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Snowy Owl ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In Which Classic Children's Game Will You Encounter Cavity Sam? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Operation ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Is The Equivalent Of Rust Which Occurs On Copper? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Verdigris ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Was Won In June 2002 By High Chaparral? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: The Epsom Derby ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who painted the 'Water Lilly Pond' in 1899? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Claude Monet ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Is The Only Even Prime Number? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: 2 ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Where would you have found Binky, Inky, Pinky and Clyde? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Pac Man Ghosts ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In 2006 At Which Club Did Roy Replace Niall? ( Roy Keane Replaced Niall Quinn)? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Sunderland ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: On Which Label Was The Human Leagues Greatest Hits Released In 1988? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Virgin ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who is the Patron Saint of bricklayers? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: St. Steven ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What does a polythesistic person believe in? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Many gods ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What British birds lay only one egg during the nesting season? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Fulmar or Guillemot ↔◊↔◊↔