Trivia Generator
QUESTION: What were the code-names of the five D-Day Landing beaches? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: "Gold, Juno, Sword, Omaha, Utah." ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What is the largest Scandanavian Country By Area? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Sweden ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Do The Initials BMW Mean? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Bayerische Motoren Werke ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which Gland Produces Insulin? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: The Pancreas ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What nationality are the most immigrants to the USA? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Mexican ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who Had A Surprise UK Hit In The 90's With A Cover Of The Classic Led Zeppelin Song 'Stairway To Heaven''? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Rolf Harris ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who succeeded Michael Foot as leader of the Labour Party in the UK? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Neil Kinnock (in 1983) ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which Controversial Product First Went On Sale In England In 1961? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: The Pill ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which childhood disease is also called Varicella? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Chicken Pox ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In America what colour is the Green Card? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: White ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who in Greek mythology was murdered by his wife Clytemnestra? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Agamemnon ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What does ASLEF stand for? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (the railway trade union) ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who Is The Youngest Member Of Boyzone? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Ronan Keating ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Sri Lanka's previous name? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Ceylon ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: In Ohio, by law pets have to carry what? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Lights on tails at night ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: According To A Recent Study 99% Of The Bank Notes In Circulation In London Were Found To Have Traces Of What On Them? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Cocaine ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Who composed 'The Planets Suite'? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Gustav Holst ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What is the main flavour of aioli? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Garlic ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: What Is A More common Name For The 3rd Molars? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: Wisdom Teeth ↔◊↔◊↔ QUESTION: Which is the longest mountain range in the world? ↔◊↔◊↔ ANSWER: The Andes (7,240km) ↔◊↔◊↔