National Trivia Day was January 4th, Celebrate with This Trivia: Part One

  • Trivia is questions about fun facts, and everyone likes those!

Did you know that National Trivia day was on January 4th? And of course, there’s no better way to celebrate than with fun trivia.

What was the first feature-length animated movie ever released? (Hint: It was a Disney Movie)

Answer: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

What is the rarest M&M color?

Answer: Brown

What TV series showed the first interracial kiss on American network television?

Answer: Star Trek

What were the four main characters’ names in the TV series “Golden Girls” that ran from 1985-1992?

Answer: Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, and Sophia

Which member of the Beatles married Yoko Ono?

Answer: John Lennon

What are the names of Cinderella’s stepsisters?

Answer: Anastasia and Drizella

What color is a ruby?

Answer: Red

How many legs does a spider have?

Answer: 8. This may be one of the easiest of all the trivia questions.

How long do elephant pregnancies last?

Answer: 22 months

What famous US festival hosted over 350,000 fans in 1969?

Answer: Woodstock

The biggest selling music single of all time is?

Answer: Candle in the Wind (1997)

When Walt Disney was a child, which character did he play in his school function?

Answer: Peter Pan

Which two countries have not missed one of the modern-day Olympics?

Answer: Greece and Australia

Which is the only American Football team to go a whole season undefeated, including the Super Bowl?

Answer: The Miami Dolphins(1972)

Who has won more tennis grand slam titles, Venus Williams or Serena Williams?

Answer: Serena Williams. Are you up on your tennis trivia?

Which Basketball team has completed two threepeats?

Answer: The Chicago Bulls

In a bingo game, which number is represented by the phrase “two little ducks”?

Answer: 22

Which Disney Princess talks to the most animals?

Answer: Snow White

What awards has an EGOT winner won?

Answer: An Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and a Tony

Which Former NBA Player Was Nicknamed “Agent Zero”?

Answer: Gilbert Arenas

What sport is dubbed the “king of sports”?

Answer: Soccer

Which African country was formerly known as Abyssinia?

Answer: Ethiopia. This may be the most difficult of the trivia questions.

What is the name of the professional ice hockey team based in Toronto, Canada?

Answer: Toronto Maple Leafs

In Little Red Riding Hood, who does the wolf dress up as?

Answer: Grandmother

What country won the very first FIFA World Cup in 1930?

Answer: Uruguay

“Stars and Stripes” is the nickname of the flag of which country?

Answer: United States of America. This is the most patriotic of the trivia facts.

Who is the patron saint of Ireland?

Answer: St. Patrickz

How many colors are there in the rainbow?

Answer: Seven

In the poem Humpty Dumpty, where was Humpty when he fell?

Answer: The wall

Who was the first U S president?

Answer: George Washington

What were Jack and Jill going up the hill to fetch?

Answer: A pail of water

What country is responsible for creating the Olympic Games?

Answer: Greece

What was the first toy to be advertised on television?

Answer: Mr. Potato Head from Toy Story

In what type of matter are atoms most tightly packed?

Answer: Solids

What type of music has been shown to help plants grow better and faster?

Answer: Classical

What is the hottest planet in the solar system?

Answer: Venus, with a temperature of 460 °C

What is the opposite of matter?

Answer: Antimatter

Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?

Answer: Lady Gaga

What’s the smallest country in the world?

Answer: Vatican City (Fun fact: it’s less than two-tenths of a square mile!)

Area 51 is located in which U S state?

Answer: Nevada

What country touches the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, and the Bay of Bengal?

Answer: India

Which of these trivia question and answers is your favorite? For more, go to National Trivia Day was January 4th, Celebrate with This Trivia: Part Two.