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Curiously Mixed Trivia

written by: Eve
 
Enjoy this general knowledge quiz with a variety of questions on a mixture of topics.

Question 1:


Which actress told Cary Grant, 'I don't bite you know... unless it's called for!', which was rated the sexiest line in cinematic history in 2013 poll?
Audrey Hepburn
Lauren Bacall
Elizabeth Taylor
Marilyn Monroe

Question 2:


The Kakapo is a species of large, flightless, nocturnal, ground dwelling parrot, which is endemic to this country.
Egypt
Brazil
Indonesia
New Zealand

Question 3:


Whose journal did Bill Gates purchase in 1994 in New York for $30,802,500?
Leonardo da Vinci's
Adolph Hitler's
Fidel Castro's
Albert Ainstein's

Question 4:


The phrase 'mad as a hatter' became popular in Victorian England and was used to refer to someone who was considered insane. Which of the following caused the dimentia, known as mad hatter syndrome?
prolonged exposure to mercury vapours
oxygen poisoning
prolonged exposure to chlorine vapor
malnutrition

Question 5:


Bill Cosby and NBC were at odds because of Cosby's refusal to include which of the following in his show?
white performers
theme song
laugh track
African-American performers

Question 6:


In Havana, Cuba there is a park named after this famous musician as well as a bronze sculpture of him, seated on a bench. On a marble tile at the foot of the bench there is an inscription reading: "Dirás que soy un soñador pero no soy el único".
Elvis Presley
Buddy Holly
Elton John
John Lennon

Question 7:


She became empress following the overthrow and assassination of her husband.
Victoria
Cleopatra
Catherine the Great
Catherine de' Medici

Question 8:


The first presidential debate to be televised was between these two candidates.
Gerald R. Ford - Jimmy Carter
Richard M. Nixon–John F. Kennedy
Ronald Reagan - Walter Mondale
Jimmy Carter - Ronald Reagan

Question 9:


Which New World passerine birds are known for their ability to mimic the songs of other birds and the sounds of insects and amphibians?
Blue Jays
Mockingbirds
Woodpeckers
Hooded crows

Question 10:


What cartoon character resides at 124 Conch Street, Bikini Bottom, Pacific Ocean?
Angelica Pickles
Alvin the Chipmunk
SpongeBob SquarePants
Ariel

 


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