General Knowledge Quiz #42

Answer these random trivia questions.
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Last updated: September 7, 2018
First submittedAugust 6, 2012
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In which country were noodles invented?
What is Mexico's currency?
Mexican Peso
What do hummingbirds and Greek gods drink?
In what country was "The Sound of Music" set?
Who are made of sugar, spice, and everything nice?
Little Girls
What famous musical festival was held on August 15-18, 1969?
What's the first rule of Fight Club?
Do not talk about Fight Club
Who is the leader of the Church of England?
Archbishop of Canterbury
In chat lingo, what does "TBH" stand for?
To be honest
What is India's longest river, measured by its length within India?
What smelly element is also referred to as brimstone?
What river separates Texas and Mexico?
Rio Grande
Who played Iceman in the movie "Top Gun"?
Val Kilmer
Besides the moon, what is the brightest object in the night sky?
Who is the patron saint of England?
Saint George
What apparel company is named for the Greek goddess of victory?
Who does Bernie Taupin write lyrics for?
Elton John
What Russian dictator succeeded Khrushchev in 1964?
Leonid Brezhnev
What does a tadpole become when it grows up?
a Frog or Toad
What is a common word that means "sobriquet"?
Level 56
Aug 4, 2012
Damn it... I should have known Brezhnev. Grrr
Level 79
Jun 30, 2014
Finally... a Quiz where you can put Río Bravo (as we know here in Mexico) for Río Grande. I mean, both names are correct, but in many quizzes only Grande is accepted. THANKS!!!
Level 78
Sep 5, 2014
Thanks for teaching me something new.
Level 81
Sep 13, 2018
Not much of a river either way. As Will Rogers put it, "The Rio Grande is the only river I know of that is in need of irrigating”.
Level 72
May 8, 2020
Level 57
Sep 17, 2014
Can you accept ambrosia as an alternative to what the greek gods drink?
Level 42
Sep 17, 2014
Hummingbirds don't drink ambrosia though....
Level 81
Sep 13, 2018
Doves snuck a little ambrosia though I'm sure.
Level 79
Sep 19, 2014
I think the Wikipedia article I read on the subject (when I was researching one of my own food quizzes) stated that noodles/pasta were invented independently in many different places, including Greece and ancient Phoenicia which means they were probably around there before anyone was eating them in China. The story that Marco Polo brought them back to Venice from China is not true.
Level 26
Sep 26, 2014
Power puff girls was accepted for little girls haha
Level 44
Mar 29, 2018
I think it's set to accept anything with girls Edit-Ignore me
Level 33
Jan 5, 2015
The Archbishop of Canterbury is the leader of the Anglican Church, not the Church of England. There is a slight difference, the Anglican Church being the religion offered to the countries that Britain had in it's influence, whereas the Church of England was for England solely
Level 33
Mar 30, 2016
I was gonna put Detroit.......ugh
Level 69
Feb 3, 2017
The ISS can sometimes be brighter than Venus
Level 56
Apr 11, 2018
I don't mind it being there, I'm not complaining, but it's funny to me that the answer is the Mexican Peso, since Mexican is kind of implied in it being the currency of Mexico.
Level 44
Dec 7, 2018
Because that's the name of the currency.. you also get Argentine peso, Chilean peso, along with half of South America that has their own version of the Peso but they are not the same currency.
Level 77
Sep 7, 2018
Isn't the queen the head of the church of England?
Level 88
Sep 7, 2018
The monarch is the "Supreme Governor" and the Archbishop of Canterbury is the most senior cleric and figure head.
Level 71
Apr 29, 2019
The Queen is the figure head. The AoC is the actual head.
Level 60
Jan 3, 2019
for little girls i immediatly though powerpuff girls
Level 27
Jan 3, 2019
I am not trying to stir up a debate about the benefits of Communism or the failures of it...but is it fair to label Brezhnev as a dictator? Stalin he was not. Just an observation - again, not trying to begin a lengthy debate.
Level 59
Feb 2, 2019
Dictator, President, King, Sultan, whatever...
Level 74
Oct 4, 2019
Exactly, not a dictator by a longshot.
Level 43
Feb 1, 2019
"Dictator" or head or state whatever.
Level 68
Jun 25, 2019
In desperation I tried writing John Travolta for the Iceman question, but I got Elton John instead.
Level 34
Aug 2, 2019
Sorry, shouldn't the brightest object be considered the star "Sirius" as opposed to the brightest planet that would indeed be "Venus"?
Level 75
Dec 15, 2019
So planets are not objects?
Level 54
Feb 16, 2020
No one talks about fight club?
Level 62
Mar 5, 2020
I got the TBH question, TBH
Level 45
May 8, 2020
Honestly if you can't get frog or toad...