Almost Useless Trivia

Random Miscellaneous or General Knowledge Quiz

Can you name the answers to these 40 general knowledge questions in 4 minutes?

Updated Feb 18, 2015

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The armistice ending World War I came in what year?
Who wrote the play 'Romeo and Juliet'?
Which is the only sign of the zodiac to begin with the letter 'T'?
What animated 2010 film was the largest grossing movie of the year?
Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio starred in what James Cameron film?
A 'nappy' is the British equivalent of which American word?
Which chemical element has the symbol Au?
What is the capital city of Greece?
Which of the Earth's oceans is the largest?
Which planet is the sixth planet from the sun?
Which city hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics?
Which franchise has characters called Pikachu, Charizard and Mewtwo?
The Eiffel Tower is found in which European capital city?
Michael Jeffrey Jordan became famous as a great player of which sport?
What is the Japanese word for 'harbour wave'?
Venison is a name given to the meat of which animal?
Canberra is the capital city of which country?
The positive square root of 36 is...?
Which singer first (and most famously) sang 'Jailhouse Rock'?
Maggie, Lisa and Marge are part of which famous TV family?
Who was the first President of the United States?
How many sides does a pentagon have?
What is the first book of the Hebrew Bible?
How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
In which century did the American Civil War take place?
The country Gabon is found on which continent?
Name either letter that is worth 10 points in English Scrabble
Who won the FIFA World Cup in 2010?
'Poker Face,' 'Just Dance' and 'Bad Romance' are all hit singles by which artist?
Which star of the film 'Rebel Without a Cause' died at the age of 24?
The adjective 'canine' refers to which animal?
A 'Bloody Mary' cocktail contains which alcoholic spirit?
'Animal Farm' was written by which author?
Boston is the capital city of which US State?
Which author wrote the novel 'Catch-22'?
What does the acronym 'KFC' stand for?
Pythagoras' Theorem is a theorem concerning which shape?
In which year did the first man set foot on the moon?
Which of these three words is a palindrome: boater, motor, rotor?
Who sang the 1980s hit song 'Billie Jean'?

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