100 Question Trivia

These are 100 random trivial questions. How many will you get?
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Norse explorers, warriors, merchants, and pirates who raided and settled European and Asian lands from late 8th to mid 11th century
Vikings
The longest serving US president
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Biggest city in India
Mumbai
Played "Django" in the movie "Django Unchained"
Jamie Foxx
Norman Duke at Battle of Hastings
William II
"The Manhattan Project" was the top-secret building of what?
Atomic Bomb
Only South American country to send troops to war during WWII
Brazil
Coca Cola is based in what American city?
Atlanta
Candy bar named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter
Baby Ruth
Fort that protected Baltimore in the War of 1812
Fort McHenry
Colonel Sanders is the icon for this fast food chain
KFC
Mythical creature that is half man and half goat
Satyr
IBM stands for...
International Business Machines
Fiskars® is based in what country?
Finland
The only NBA team to represent a Canadian city
Toronto Raptors
Jay-Z's profession
Rapper
Huapango is a folk dance of what country?
Mexico
Comedy that features a talking teddy bear voiced by Seth MacFarlane
Ted
Bridge connecting Copenhagen, Denmark to Malmö, Sweden
Øresund Bridge
In Spanish, "Tengo ______" means "I'm hungry" in English
Hambre
The battle of Gettysburg was a battle in which US war?
Civil War
Sarah Palin was Governor of which US state?
Alaska
Official language of Bangladesh
Bengali
MW3 stands for...
Modern Warfare 3
Timbuktu is a city in the country of _____.
Mali
British Monarch from 1936-1952
Edward VIII
Capital of Spain
Madrid
McDonald's Corporation founder
Ray Kroc
Burn Notice airs on what channel?
USA
Mexican Currency
Peso
Author of "The Raven" and other poems and stories
Edgar Allen Poe
The ________ genocide saw the death of between 800k-1milion Tutsi's and moderate Hutu's
Rwandan
Best-selling breakfast cereal
Cheerios
Played Jack in Titanic
Leonardo DiCaprio
A mixture of two metals. Usually, you add very small amounts of a different element to make the metal stronger and harder.
Alloy
If the President and Vice President should die, resign, or otherwise become unable to continue in office, what political position would assume the office of President of the United States, and which person currently holds that position?
Speaker of the House
Lost ancient city said to be under water
Atlantis
Famous comedian that uses puppets
Jeff Dunham
Capital city of Iceland
Reykjavik
Invented the telegraph
Pavel Schilling
What Eastern European city was the last city to be liberated in World War II?
Prague
Emperor penguins live here
Antarctica
Scientist's theory of how the universe was created
Big Bang Theory
NFL team for Buffalo
Bills
Sings "Hotel Room Service"
Pitbull
End this common idiom: "To be green with...
Envy
Ghandi helped the people of this nation gain independence
India
Xerox makes this product
Copy paper
How many days are in a year?
365
How many weeks in a year?
52
Created Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg
______ is bordered to the north, east, and south by Senegal
Gambia
1906 novel written by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair. Sinclair wrote the novel to portray the lives of immigrants in the United States.
The Jungle
Oldest soccer player
Billy Meredith
"The Snack that smiles back"
Gold Fish
Company that makes the following products: iPod, iPhone, iPad, Mac
Apple
Biggest city in South Korea
Seoul
French word for red
Rouge
MLB player with highest career on base percentage
Ted Williams
Most common species of tree throughout world
Red Alder
Most-visited Website
Google
American-originated board game published by Parker Brothers, subtitled "The Fast-Dealing Property Trading Game"
Monopoly
Structure that was 26.5 miles long until 1989, separating East and West Germany
Berlin Wall
Egypt's famous pyramids of ____
Giza
Tv show featuring Cartman, Stan, Kenny, and Kyle
South Park
Swim stroke named after insect
Butterfly
What does UFO stand for?
Unidentified Flying Object
His Great Leap cost China many lives
Mao Zedong
US city with the Space Needle
Seattle
R&B artist who signed Justin Bieber
Usher
Country that "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" was filmed
Sweden
Team name of Michigan State
Spartans
Vienna Beef mainly produces what?
Hotdogs
Xbox Manufacturer
Microsoft
PS3 Manufacturer
Sony
Attilla the Hun was the leader of the ________ Empire.
Mongol
Rees's mixes chocolate and ___________ into a delicious candy.
Peanutbutter
Plant used by ancient Egyptians to make paper material
Papyrus
What does the French word "Bonjour" mean in English
Hello
The UN stands for...
United Nations
Capital of Hungary
Budapest
First US president
George Washington
"The _______ 20's"
Roaring
Alternative band that sings "Radioactive"
Imagine Dragons
Operation Barbarossa was the Nazi invasion of what nation?
Soviet Union
In language, ___________ is the repetition of a particular sound in the prominent lifts (or stressed syllables) of a series of words or phrases.
Alliteration
In Family Guy, Peter's next-door neighbors consist of Quagmire and ___.
Joe
Southern general at Battle of Gettysburg
Robert E. Lee
An Italian Automobile company that makes the "Enzo"
Ferrari
First Premier of Soviet Union
Vladimir Lenin
The Pope is the leader of what religion?
Catholicism
National animal of Pakistan
Markhor
Francisco Franco was apart of a civil war in _____.
Spain
The iPhone is made by which company?
Apple
"Land of Lincoln"
Illinois
Estonia gained it's independence in 1991 from whom?
Soviet Union
Capital City of Sweden
Stockholm
University of Maryland's team name
Terrapins
Director of Star Wars Saga
George Lucas
NFL player with the most career rushing yards
Emmit Smith
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Level 18
Dec 24, 2013
King Edward VIII was not monarch from 1936 to 1952, it was King George the VI. King Edward VIII was abdicated because he married an American woman so he got replaced by his brother George VI!!!!!

Also for the Vienna Beef question, please accept sausages

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Level 72
May 5, 2014
Save the Markhor!
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Level 48
Jun 18, 2014
George VI was the British Monarch from 1936-1952. Your "speaker of the house" hint is needlessly long. When "theory" is in the hint, I don't expect to need to write it in the answer (i.e. accept "big bang"). Mao Zedong's surname is Mao, not Zedong (look up "Eastern name order"). Attila led the Hunnic Empire; Genghis Khan led the Mongol Empire. Peanut butter is two words. Alliteration is primarily about repeating sounds at the beginning of words, and can SOMETIMES refer to such repetition with stressed syllables — most English speakers, however, would only think of it as beginning WORDS (regardless of stress). The Pope's church is the Roman Catholic church (so not technically incorrect, but the answer could be more precise). You have two questions with Apple for an answer (both of which ask for the company that makes the iPhone) as well as two questions with the answer Soviet Union. George Lucas directed 4 out of 6+ Star Wars films; "creator" would be more appropriate.