Playing trivia games is a popular, fun way for a group of people with varied interests to spend some time together. When the questions involve amusing answers on a wide variety of topics, anyone has the chance answer correctly, and everyone has a few laughs and a good time. The following entertaining trivia questions are from the Free Pub Quiz website.Know More
According to Free Pub Quiz, nine men were medically documented to have three of what body part when they were examined for the U.S. military draft during World War II?
What was the maiden name of astronaut Buzz Aldrin's mother?
Anesthesia was used during childbirth for the first time in 1847. After giving birth, what did the mother name her child?
What nationality was French queen Marie Antoinette, who said, "Let them eat cake!"
In 1945, who gave up his claim that he was a divine god?
Answer: Emperor Hirohito of Japan
Which singer was born in Wales in June 1951 and named Gaynor Hopkins?
Answer: Bonnie Tyler
What is the word for a group of bears?
Answer: A sleuth
Which country pop star was named Eilleen Regina Edwards?
Answer: Shania Twain?Learn More
The answer to the riddle "What is too much for one, enough for two but not enough for three?" is "a secret." The riddle refers to the fact that when one person has a secret, he is desperate to tell someone about it; but when three people know it, it is no longer a secret.Full Answer >
The answer to the riddle "What has a neck but no head?" is a bottle. This is an example of a riddle that is found in the popular application "What the Riddles" featured on iTunes.Full Answer >
Riddles are statements or questions that rely on double-meanings and word-play as a means to conceal an answer. Stupid riddles typically rely on simplistic logic or puns for answers. One example from the Brain Candy area of the Corsinet website asks, "Why is the longest human nose on record only eleven inches long?" The answer is, "If it was twelve inches it would be a foot."Full Answer >
Brain teasers for fourth grade are usually related to math, word play or riddles. An example of a word play teaser is the following: What do you get if you cross an automobile with a household pet? You get a carpet. The words "car" plus "pet" fulfill the question.Full Answer >