Facts You Don't Really Need to Know: The Useless Trivia Quiz
Ever wonder what those little ridges are on quarters or whether your favorite cartoon characters have real names? Take our quiz to test your knowledge of completely useless random trivia, and maybe pickup a fact or two to impress your friends!
How much does the U.S. Navy spend each year on its Marine Mammal Program?
Which came first, Hydrox or Oreo?
They were invented the same year.
How many different words are in "Green Eggs and Ham"?
In the Scooby-Doo world, what is Shaggy's real name?
True or false: A Twinkie never expires and can be consumed years after it was made.
How many hamburgers does McDonald's sell every second?
What is the largest restaurant chain in the world, by number of stores?
How many Americans claim to have been abducted by aliens?
True or false: Students were taking classes at Oxford before the Aztec civilization ever started in the Americas.
How many babies do armadillos have at once?
What is the national animal of Scotland?
What creature is on the Welsh flag?
What company did Ronald Wayne co-found?
What movie led Reed Hastings to start Netflix?
True or false: There is a basketball court at the Supreme Court.
There's also a basketball court at the top of this Disney attraction.
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
According to a Purdue University study, how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?
What are those little indentations in the sides of coins called?
True or false: There is an equal number of reeds on every coin, regardless of the denomination.
What do you call a group of kangaroos?
How many people in the U.S. are killed by a shark each year, on average?
How many people in the U.S. are killed by cows each year?
How long is a jiffy?
around a second
True or false: Hippos produce pink milk.
What was bubble wrap originally designed as?
shipping and packing
The Venus flytrap is native only to this country.
True or false: Yoda and Miss Piggy were both voiced by the same actor.
How much is a smidgen of salt?
True or false: The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4.