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General Knowledge Quiz #50

Answer these random trivia questions.
Last updated: September 18, 2018
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What is thought to be at the center of the Milky Way?
a Black Hole
What is the only U.S. state that starts with R?
Rhode Island
What is the world's most-visited museum?
The Louvre
What country hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2018?
Russia
What did Snow White eat that put her to sleep?
a Poison Apple
What Billy Joel song contains the lyric:
"Son can you play me a memory, I'm not really sure how it goes"?
Piano Man
What was the name of the girl who went to Oz?
Dorothy Gale
What common poison was known as "inheritance powder" in the early 19th century?
Arsenic
What neurotoxin is used to prevent wrinkles?
Botox
What song does is Weird Al's "Amish Paradise" a parody of?
Gangsta's Paradise
What country was Hamlet the prince of?
Denmark
What is the largest city in Brazil?
São Paulo
What is the name for the crime of lying under oath?
Perjury
Adjusted for inflation, what 1939 film is the highest-grossing movie in U.S. history?
Gone with the Wind
What comedian gets "no respect"?
Rodney Dangerfield
What title is given to the leader of a Catholic diocese?
Bishop
What is the job title of a person who is hired to carry golf clubs?
Caddy
What horror movie villain wore a hockey mask?
Jason Voorhees
Whose motto is "All for one, one for all"?
The Three Musketeers
What animal's name is from the Greek for "horse" and "river"?
Hippopotamus
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level 58
Sep 27, 2012
Caramel or Nougat should be accepted for Milky Way center
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level 61
Sep 27, 2012
Are you serious or making a joke? If you are serious, the questions reads "the" Milky Way. Otherwise it would read a Milky Way candy bar.
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level 82
Sep 28, 2012
I don't think irony is the right word. It's just a joke. Alanis Morissette would probably disagree, but she doesn't really know the meaning of the word either. (coincidences, bad luck, and sarcasm =/= irony)
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level 50
Sep 15, 2013
maybe he was hungry?
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level 70
Dec 11, 2013
Are YOU serious or making a joke? It's obviously a joke. Stop being so serious.
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level 76
Feb 22, 2019
Eating the Milky Way is what gave me the diabeetus.
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level 66
Jul 22, 2014
I was thinking "a little man with a flashlight" because that's what Dr. Sheldon Cooper once joked would be in the middle of a black hole. :D
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level 50
Jan 20, 2015
:)
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level 60
Jan 31, 2019
That's really funny! Laugh people!
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level 22
Sep 27, 2012
i went totally blank on rhode island... awesome.
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level 58
Oct 1, 2012
I was joking about Milky Way. Can't believe you had to ask.
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level 51
Aug 9, 2018
It made me laugh, so...well done.
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level 76
Jan 20, 2015
How did I misspell perjury? Maybe I was using a "g"...
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level 76
Jan 20, 2015
I did the same thing. Not sure why I was so sure but I tried every combination of it I could think of: pergury, purgury, pergery, purgery, ah screw it.
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level 26
Jul 23, 2015
Some issue with this. 1) Botulium toxin and BTX should be allowed for botox answer as this is the scientific name 2) Bishops aren't just for Catholics, they exist also for many other forms of Christianity Fix this please
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level 55
Jul 28, 2015
I agree that the scientific name for Botox should be accepted. However, there is no need to change the bishop clue. Just because there are bishops in other denominations of Christianity doesn't make the clue incorrect.
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level 35
Oct 20, 2016
Could the creator please add "FIFA" to the World Cup question? As is it's extremely vague and could apply to a number of different sports.
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level 52
Jan 17, 2017
No. There is only one World Cup that matters.
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level 56
Oct 4, 2017
right -- the Super Bowl.
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level 51
Aug 9, 2018
Must be talking about the World Cup of Hockey. I agree, the other one doesn't matter.
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level 72
Apr 2, 2019
Under 11s curling, surely?
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level 67
Nov 18, 2016
Missed out on the Twilight question but still got 5/5. Best result.
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level 46
Feb 20, 2018
Least known answer. He really does get no respect.
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level 47
Mar 19, 2018
How did only half of us get Piano Man? Come on, guys.
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level 75
Sep 18, 2018
Yes, it still gets a good deal of airplay (and used in karaoke bars), but the song IS 45 years old...
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level 81
Sep 18, 2018
I feel like it's always me who picks on spelling. It's a hippopotamus. With an o.
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level ∞
Sep 18, 2018
The spelling of hiphopopotamus has been corrected :)
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level 75
Feb 22, 2019
I'll tag along on this nitpicker comment with "What song does is Weird Al's..." (Wish I could blame that for missing it, but no, I just didn't know the answer.)
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level 82
Sep 19, 2018
Not accepting hippo is harsh.
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level 68
Nov 24, 2018
You got the horse part.
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level 76
Oct 9, 2018
I could not get the museum one, thought it would be MoMA - that appears to be third after the answer here and very close behind that the National Museum of China in Beijing
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level 51
Dec 28, 2018
Thumbs up for not accepting hippo!
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level 21
Jan 13, 2019
I actually tried to see the comments and typed caramel and nougat as I didn't know the answer :)
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level 76
Feb 22, 2019
The Smithsonian receives twice as many visitors as the Louvre (20 million vs 10 million in 2018), though it is more a collection of museums than a museum.
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level 39
Feb 22, 2019
Please accept hippo
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level 47
Feb 22, 2019
Could you please accept Sagittarius A* as an answer to the first question? I typed it in since it's the name of the black hole.
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level 68
Feb 22, 2019
No respect indeed! Least recognized at 24%.
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level 32
Feb 22, 2019
Please accept Hippo for Greek "river horse".