Category Archives: Trivia

May 23, 2016

Cat Breeds Trivia Quiz

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cat computerCat Breeds Trivia Quiz: How well do you know cat breeds?

1. Which of these cat breeds is noted for its wild appearance and its dog-like personality? A) American Bobtail B) Maine Coon C) Persian D) Korat

2. One of these cat breeds does NOT have long hair. Which one is it? A) Maine Coon B) Persian C) Oriental D) Birman

3. In the Austin Powers movies, Dr. Evil had what kind of cat? A) Persian B) Siamese C) Sphynx D) British Shorthair

4. What is the best name for an evil villain’s cat? A) Mrs. Ugly B) Mr. Bigglesworth C) Little Devil D) Auntie Evil

5. What kind of cats are Si and Am from Lady and the Tramp? A) Siamese B) Russian Blue C) Manx D) Angora

6. What color eyes do Siamese cats have? A) Green B) Orange C) Blue D) Brown

7. If you are allergic to cats but still want one, which breed should you consider? A) Balinese B) Persian C) Maine Coon D) Angora

8. Which of these is a trait of the Ragdoll cat? A) They go limp when you pick them up. B) They howl like a dog. C) They are toothless. D) They are outdoor cats.

9. Since 1871, this kind of cat has been considered the most popular breed by the Cat Fanciers’ Association: A) Abyssinian B) American Shorthair C) Persian D) Exotic

10. One of these breeds looks and behaves like a Siamese but comes in two fur lengths and over 300 color combinations? A) The Oriental B) The Birman C) The Maine Coon D) LaPerm

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May 16, 2016

Hamilton Trivia Quiz

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HamiltonHamilton Trivia Quiz

American history + rap music  = Hamilton. Alexander Hamilton has an amazing story, and his life is brought to life by the Broadway musical, Hamilton. It won the Pulitzer Prize and was nominated for 16 Tony Awards – the most in Broadway history! Tickets are pretty much impossible to get, but you can listen to the amazing soundtrack to get a taste of what it’s like. (I’m totally obsessed!)

A little backstory . . . Alexander Hamilton was born in the West Indies around 1755. His father abandoned him, and his mom died when he was 12. After a hurricane destroyed his town, he jumped on a boat to New York and carved a name for himself. He was rejected from Princeton University, faced discrimination as an immigrant, but used his strong personality and “power of the pen” to get ahead. He became General Washington’s right-hand-man in the Revolutionary War, part of the new U.S. Government Cabinet, helped write the Federalist Papers, founded the NY Post newspaper, and basically established the American banking system. He died in a pistol duel with the U.S. Vice President Aaron Burr.

Catch a beat with our Hamilton Trivia Quiz based on Hamiltunes from the musical soundtrack.

1. What song has these lyrics?
“As a kid in the Caribbean I wished for a war.
I knew that I was poor;
I knew that it was the only way to
Rise up!
The elephant is in the room.
The truth is in ya face when ya hear the British cannons go . . .
BOOM!”

2. The song “You’ll Be Back” is sung by King George of which country?
Hint: He is not happy over the colonies wanting to break up with him, so he sings madly . . .
“Time will tell.
You’ll remember that I served you well.
Oceans rise, empires fall.
We have seen each other through it all.
And when push comes to shove . . .
I will send a fully armed battalion to remind you of my love!
Da da dat dat daaaaa . . .”

3. Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr are long-time rivals. Hamilton loves to taunt Burr with the phrase: ”If you stand for nothing, Burr, what’ll you_________?” A) Fall for? B) Eat for dinner? C) End up doing for the rest of your life?

4. What song has these lyrics?
“I’m not throwin’ away my shot!
I’m not throwin’ away my shot!
Ayo, I’m just like my country;
I’m young, scrappy, and hungry.
I’m not throwin’ away my shot!”

5. When Thomas Jefferson comes home from Paris, he sings a song “What’d I Miss?” about which state?
“So what did I miss?
What’d I miss?
___________ , my home sweet home, I wanna give you a kiss.”
Name that state! A) Oregon B) Virginia C) Texas

6. Was Alexander Hamilton Secretary of State OR Secretary of the Treasury?
Look at the lyrics from the song “Schuyler Defeated” for a clue:
(Sung by Aaron Burr to Hamilton) “Oh, Wall Street thinks you’re great. You’ll always be adored by the things you create.”

7. In the song “The Room Where it Happens”, Aaron Burr sings, “Or did you know, even then, it doesn’t matter where you put the U.S. Capital?”
Hamilton answers, “Cuz we’ll have the banks, we’re in the same spot. And I wanted what I got.”
What city instead of Washington D.C. was the U.S. Capital supposed to originally be in? (But Hamilton made sure the banking center of the nation was there, which he thought was just as important).

8. In the last song of the show “Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story,” who is credited for telling the story of Hamilton’s life? A) George Washington B) Aaron Burr C) His wife Eliza

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May 2, 2016

Celebrity Names Scramble

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Unscramble the Celebrity Names!

Can you unscramble the letters to figure out the names of these celebs? You should recognize a lot of these famous people from their STACKS interviews!

Male Celebs:

  1. Cjak Frifog
  2. Narka Abarr
  3. Acje Nnomar
  4. Rhaorisn Dfor
  5. Kacj Lckab

Female Celebs:

  1. Voed Maceonr
  2. Yzdneaa Lconema
  3. Wnroa Hlanbcard
  4. Alaur Amanro
  5. Npeyto Islt

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April 19, 2016

Mythical Monsters Trivia Quiz

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percyjackson2_130Quiz: How well do you know mythical monsters?

Percy Jackson fans should get all of these right!

1. According to Greek Mythology, this creature is half-man, half-horse: A) Centaur B) Minotaur C) Griffin D) Satyr

2. This creature is a giant with only one eye in the middle of its forehead: A) Troll B) Medusa C) Goblin D) Cyclops

3. A half-woman, half-fish is called a mermaid. The male version is known as a: A) Siren B) Merman C) Fishman D) Waterman

4. Which of these monsters can be stopped with a silver bullet? A) Werewolves B) Zombies C) Creepers D) None of the above

5. Which of these items won’t help you keep away vampires? A) Garlic B) A cross C) Gold D) A wooden stake

6. This creature has multiple heads, and if one is cut off, two will grow in its place: A) Ogre B) Cerebus C) The Chimera D) The Hydra

7. Which of these cultures has myths about dragons? A) Chinese B) European C) Indian D) All of the above

8. Bram Stoker is the author of which classic monster novel? A) Dracula B) Frankenstein C) War of the Worlds D) The Invisible Man

9. If you looked Medusa directly in the eyes, you would . . .  A) melt. B) explode. C) turn to stone. D) turn into a snake.

10. The Egyptian statue of this mythical creature is famously missing its nose: A) The Leviathan B) The Great Sphinx C) The Behemoth D) A Dragon

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April 14, 2016

Extreme Sports Trivia Quiz

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Quiz: How well do you know extreme sports?

1. Which of these events is NOT in the Summer X  Games? A) Motorcross Best Trick B) Rally Car Racing C) BMX Freestyle Big Air D) Monoski

2. Which of these athletes made history when he became the first person to pull of a “double backflip in freestyle motorcross” at the X Games? A) Tony Hawk B) Travis Pastrana C) Torstein Horgmo D) Shaun White

3. The first Winter X Games took place in which of these California locations. Remember, for the winter games, there must be snow and mountains! A) Los Angeles B) Palm Springs C) Santa Barbara D) Big Bear

4. B.A.S.E. jumping is an extremely dangerous sport where adventure-seekers jump from very high objects while wearing a parachute or wingsuit. What do you think B.A.S.E. stands for? A) Building, Antenna, Span, Earth B) Broken Ankle, Sore Everything C) Be Adventurous, Seek Excitement D) Bold And Somewhat Extreme

5. Which of these weird words is actually a term used in the world of skateboarding? A) Fakie B) Blorg C) Pring D) Norno

6. Which of these is NOT a competitive snowboarding event? A) Slope Style B) Rail Jam C) Slalom D) Slide Rule

7. Which of these forms of surfing does not require any additional equipment? A) Wind Surfing B) Kite Surfing C) Body Surfing D) Surfing the Net

8. From approximately what altitude does a skydiver usually jump? A) 12,500 feet B) 50,000 feet C) 102,000 feet D) 80,000 feet

9. Which of these extreme athletes has broken over 50 bones in his lifetime? A) Mat Hoffman B) Shaun White C) Tony Hawk D) Kelly Slater

10. True or False? “Smearing” is when a climber uses his foot to press down on a foothold.

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April 13, 2016

Anime Trivia Quiz

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My Neighbor TortoroQuiz: How well do you know anime?

1. In 2002, this became the first full-length anime movie to win an Oscar: A) My Neighbor Totoro (rated G) B) Kiki’s Delivery Service (rated G) C) Spirited Away (rated PG) D) Howl’s Moving Castle (rated PG)

2. Which anime artist is often referred to as the “Walt Disney of Japan?” A) Hayao Miyazaki B) Rumiko Takahashi C) Toshio Suzuki D) Satoshi Kon

3. This classic TV series is credited for starting the anime craze in the 1960s: A) Scooby Doo B) Astro Boy C) Voltron D) Dragon Ball

4. Which of these animated series was created by Nintendo and based on a video game? A) Bakugan B) Digimon C) Sailor Moon D) Pokémon

5. Which of these anime-styled cartoons is actually made in the U.S., not Japan? A) Avatar: The Last Airbender B) Pokémon C) Yu-Gi-Oh! D) Dragon Ball Z

6. The act of dressing up as your favorite anime characters is called: A) Animate Me B) Fan Wear C) Cosplay D) Anime Style

7. This movie made more money in the U.S. than any other anime: A) Pokémon: The Movie (rated G) B) Ponyo (rated G) C) The Secret World of Arrietty (rated G) D) Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie (rated PG)

8. Pokémon’s trio of bungling baddies, Team Rocket, is made up of Jessie, James, and A) Mew B) Meowth B) Mewtwo C) Squirtle

9. In Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Dan’s friend Drago has which attribute? A) Aquos B) Darkus C) Haos D) Pyrus

10. Which of these anime did not first start out as a manga (a Japanese comic book)? A) Yu Gi Oh! B) Dragon Ball C) Princess Mononoke (for ages 12 and up) D) Sailor Moon

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April 8, 2016

Loch Ness Monster

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Loch Ness Monster

Everyone has heard of monsters under the bed. But what about monsters in the lake? Some people believe that a real monster (affectionately named Nessie) inhabits the lake called Loch Ness in Scotland.

The legend of the Lock Ness Monster dates back to the 6th century, when an Irish Monk, Saint Columba, encountered a vicious creature in the River Ness. Reports described the monster with a large body and long narrow neck. Since these early encounters, other people have claimed to see the Lock Ness Monster. The most famous is Dr. Robert Wilson, who captured a photograph of the monster’s head and neck.

Over the years, many teams have visited Loch Ness to try to discover the monster. In the 1930s, a group of 20 men watched the lake with binoculars for five weeks. Recently, more technologically savvy methods have been used, including sonar and satellite tracking .

Not everyone believes the pictures and reported sightings of the Loch Ness monster. Some believe Dr. Wilson’s photo is not the Loch Ness monster, but the head of an elephant . Some sightings are probably optical illusions. Other people believe the reports are just hoaxes.

Even though there is no proof that Nessie exists, many people continue to believe in the Loch Ness Monster. What do YOU think? Is she fact or fiction?

April 5, 2016

Selena Gomez Trivia Quiz

Posted by at 1:41 am in Movies & TV, Music, Trivia | Permalink

Selena GomezSelena Gomez Trivia Quiz

Selena Gomez is what show business calls a “triple threat.” She can sing, dance, and act. Along with her acting success, she has an awesome musical career as well. But there are a few things about Selena that you might NOT know. Take this trivia quiz to learn a few interesting facts about the beautiful starlet.

  1. In the hit show Wizards of Waverly Place, what was the name of Selena’s character? A) Alex B) Sandy C) Max D) Theresa
  2. Which of these is NOT the name of a movie in which Selena stars? A) Monte Carlo B) Princess Protection Program C) Ramona and Beezus D) High School Musical
  3. Selena played a character named Mikayla on which other popular TV show? A) The Suite Life on Deck B) Hannah Montana C) iCarly D) Victorious
  4. On which children’s show did Selena get her big break? A) Blue’s Clues B) The Wiggles C) Yo Gabba Gabba D) Barney & Friends
  5. In which U.S. state was Selena born? A) Illinois B) New York C) Texas D) California
  6. True or False? Selena is of Mexican and Italian heritage.
  7. Selena’s birthday is in which month? A) July B) June C) April D) December
  8. True or False? Selena was the youngest UNICEF Ambassador.
  9. Selena’s ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber planned a romantic date for the two of them at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, during which he screened which of these classic movies? A) Grease B) Titanic C) The Wizard of Oz D) Clueless
  10. Which pop star gave Selena the song “Rock God”? A) Rihanna B) Pink C) Katy Perry D) Taylor Swift

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April 2, 2016

Most Powerful Greek Gods and Goddesses

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Most Powerful Greek Gods and Goddesses

Take the trivia quiz  to see how well you know Greek mythology.

  1. Perseus, the famous slayer of Medusa, was the son of a mortal woman and which god? A) Poseidon B) Zeus C) Apollo D) Hermes
  2. Which god is known for his super-fast speed? A) Hermes B) Poseidon C) Zeus D) Apollo
  3. Which god is the twin sister of Artemis? A) Poseidon B) Zeus C) Apollo D) Aphrodite
  4. Zeus and the Olympians defeated which of these groups to gain their power? A) The Titans B) The Heroes C) Mortals D) The Argonauts
  5. This Greek warrior died when he was shot in the foot by an arrow: A) Heracles B) Perseus C) Achilles D) Paris
  6. Although known as Helen of Troy, Helen was originally from this Greek city: A) Athens B) Sparta C) Thebes D) Argos
  7. Most known by his Latin name Hercules, this Greek warrior famously slayed the nine-headed Hydra. A) Hermes B) Apollo C) Heracles D) Icarus
  8. This friendly Titan was a supporter of humans, giving them the ability to make fire: A) Prometheus B) Cronos C) Atlas D) Lapetus
  9. These fierce creatures enchanted passing sailors with their songs, causing them to shipwreck: A) Sphinxes B) Nymphs C) Gorgons D) Sirens

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April 1, 2016

Knock-Knock Jokes

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How well do you know knock-knock joke punch lines? Pick your favorite punch line for the knock-knock jokes below!

1. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Boo. Boo who?

  • A) It’s just a joke. Don’t cry.
  • B) Boo is a weird name.
  • C) Ahhh! Don’t scare me like that.
  • D) Ghosts can’t talk.

2. Knock, knock! Who’s there? The interrupting cow. The interrupt—

  • A) I’m lactose intolerant.
  • B) Want some milk?
  • C) Moooooo!!!!!
  • D) I’m 2% sure I don’t want to come in.

3. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Atch. Atch who?

  • A) I don’t know.
  • B) I can’t hear you.
  • C) Do you know an allergist?
  • D) Bless you.

4. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Aisle of. Aisle of who?

  • A) Love is in the air!
  • B) I love you too!
  • C) Hey, Gilligan.
  • D) I just got back from vacation.

5. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Myth. Myth who?

  • A) Myth busted.
  • B) Miss you too.
  • C) Don’t you mean legend?
  • D) It’s Mrs., actually.

6. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Pigs say. Pigs say who?

  • A) No. Pigs say, “Oink!”
  • B) This little piggy went to market.
  • C) Open up. It’s bacon out here.
  • D) Don’t be such a hog.

7. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Banana. Knock-knock! Who’s there? Banana. Knock-knock! Who’s there? Orange.

  • A) Bananas contain potassium.
  • B) Orange doesn’t make any sense.
  • C) Aren’t you glad I didn’t say banana?
  • D) Orange you glad to be alive?

8. Knock, knock! Who’s there? The FBI. The FBI who?

  • A) That’s classified.
  • B) You wouldn’t understand anyway.
  • C) Don’t tell anyone you saw us.
  • D) Don’t you mean the CIA?

9. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Colleen. Colleen who?

  • A) Go away.
  • B) Go ca-lean up your room.
  • C) Who called Colleen?
  • D) Colleen is looking lean.

10. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Tank. Tank who?

  • A) Who ordered the fish tank?
  • B) Tank to the hand.
  • C) Did you order a tank?
  • D) You’re welcome.

Tell us  your favorite knock-knock jokes in the Comments!