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General Trivia Quiz to Get Your Brain Going

General trivia is fun because it could have to do with literally anything. It is still trivia as the information probably isn’t going to very important to many people. Still, a person can learn something new even with general trivia, so quizzes of this nature are worthwhile for learning, too. At the very least, the following questions should get your brain going.

  • Question of

    In water polo, how many players are in the pool at the same time for each team?

    • 5
    • 7
    • 11
  • Question of

    What president of the United States founded the University of Virginia?

    • Thomas Jefferson
    • John Adams
    • Benjamin Franklin
  • Question of

    In what year was the Michelin Tire Company founded?

    • 1860
    • 1883
    • 1926
  • Question of

    What is the main ingredient that goes into Borsch?

    • Cabbage
    • Sauerkraut
    • Beets
  • Question of

    A myomancer is someone who predicts the future. What do they use to make their predictions?

    • Chicken entrails
    • The flight of bats
    • The behavior of rats and mice
  • Question of

    Homichlorophobia is the fear of what?

    • Blood
    • Bleach
    • Fog
  • Question of

    Volvo cars were originally designed and produced by what country?

    • Germany
    • Sweden
    • Yugoslavia
  • Question of

    Toothpaste was originally sold in jars. What brand was the first to sell the toothpaste in tubes?

    • Colgate
    • Crest
    • Morton
  • Question of

    In France, the name of a particular kind of nut is noisette. What are these nuts known as in the US?

    • Filberts
    • Walnuts
    • Hazelnuts
  • Question of

    What is the literal translation of the term ‘per capita’?

    • Per dollar
    • Per head
    • Per person

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