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General Knowledge Quiz #65

Answer these random trivia questions.
Quiz by Quizmaster
Last updated: June 29, 2019
First submittedFebruary 15, 2013
Times taken44,536
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What is the fastest bird on land?
Who orders martinis "shaken, not stirred"?
James Bond
What part of the body is affected by gingivitis?
The Gums
What type of animal killed Lindy Chamberlain's baby in the Australian outback?
a Dingo
Who played the young version of Vito Corleone in "The Godfather Part II"?
Robert De Niro
In what city did Princess Diana die?
What type of droid was C-3PO?
a Protocol Droid
In what U.S. state did the ukelele originate?
What is either a type of fragrance or a city in Germany?
What is made from sulfur, charcoal, and saltpeter?
Which country's royal family included Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly?
Which U.S. President had the longest term?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
What is the easternmost national capital in the Americas?
What does a numismatist collect?
What pop group is sometimes abbreviated as "1D"?
One Direction
How many is a dozen baker's dozens?
What country produced the most crude oil in 2018?
United States
What automaker's logo consists of four interlocking rings?
What multi-headed creature did Hercules battle where every time one head was cut off,
two more would grow in its place?
What hip hop trio consisted of Ad-Rock, MCA, and Mike D?
Beastie Boys
level 62
Feb 14, 2013
How about accepting black powder for gun powder?
level āˆž
Feb 15, 2013
level 72
Apr 9, 2015
Should accept "not the droid you're looking for" as a response to "what kind of droid is C3PO
level 67
Aug 17, 2015
Me too! :D But apparently this is not the answer Quizmaster is looking for.
level 66
Jan 3, 2019
That is what I tried! And havent even seen it (hides....) but it was hidden in my subconscious somewhere. I wanted to see if it was in the comments and if not, why I thought of that sentence (perhaps something else someone is not looking for)
level āˆž
Mar 13, 2019
I like it. That will be accepted now. :)
level 66
Mar 26, 2020
That's what I tried again this time and still not accepted, ow wait, I typed l "not the one you're looking for" which seems like the obvious answer since droid is already in the question.
level 38
Aug 17, 2015
i typed in HUMANOID for C-3PO, will you accept it?!
level 73
Jun 7, 2019
I tried ANdroid

I know very little about Star Wars
level 64
Aug 17, 2015
I swear, just type Paris or France in any general knowledge and you'll get an answer haha
level 40
Aug 17, 2015
Can the picture stop being the answer? It devalues one question per quiz.
level 77
Aug 17, 2015
I've often thought that too. The picture here refers to the sample question so the easy solution would be for the sample not to be included in the quiz. It does spoil things just a bit that one question per quiz is a gimme. That's like winning on Jeopardy only because someone in the audience shouted out the answer.
level 83
Mar 14, 2019
You still need to recognise the picture. It's more like a hint than a solution.
level 68
Oct 3, 2016
There is no actual proof that a Dingo 'ate' the Chamberlain child.
level 60
Apr 6, 2018
oops one dimension :(
level 62
Jun 16, 2019
Me too. Can't understand why it's wrong...
level 28
Apr 9, 2018
So apparently I can't spell Monaco.
level 39
Feb 2, 2019
One Direction? I am their biggest fan! Plus, ostrich never comes up as an answer on jetpunk, so Iā€™m dreaming. I hope I meet Harry Styles in this dream.
level 41
Jun 7, 2019
13 in a bakers dozen not 12
level 63
Jun 7, 2019
Yes, and it's asking how many in a dozen (12) baker's dozens (13). So how many are there in 12 groups of 13. 12 x 13 = 156.
level 79
Jun 8, 2019
Technically no president has a term longer than four years. The question should ask who had the most terms as president.
level 54
Jun 8, 2019
Term of office refers to total tenure & at three individual terms FDR's term was the longest.
level 58
Jun 11, 2019
Please accept "not the droid you're looking for" in the CP3O question. Also, please know that I'm kidding.
level 66
Mar 26, 2020
Also please read the comments, that was accepted several months before you took the quiz
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