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General Knowledge 101

These are all questions that an Australian news crew asked civilians on the street. All the questions were answered incorrectly, so lets see if you can beat these dumbos!
Quiz by FowlChr
Last updated: October 26, 2015
First submittedMay 17, 2012
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Idiot's answer (all of these are genuine!)
Name a country that begins with U
Uganda, UAE, UK, USA, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan
Yugoslavia, Utah, Utopia
What is the religion of Israel?
Israeli, Muslim, Islamic, Catholic
What religion are Buddhist monks?
Who is Fidel Castro?
Cuban Politician
A singer
How many sides does a triangle have?
Four, One
What is the currency used in the United Kingdom?
Pound (Sterling)
What is the United Kingdom?, American money
Kofi Annan is a drink, True or False?
Coffee is a drink, Coffee in what?, It sounds like a law firm
Who was Tony Blair?
British Prime Minister
Skater, Actor, Linda Blair's brother
Who was the first man on the moon?
Neil Armstrong
John Glen, 'Armstrong walked on the moon but I think it was a Russian'
What is a mosque?
Place of worship
An animal
How many kidneys does a person have?
How many World Wars have there been?
Which state does KFC come from?
They did not know the answer, but were able to say that KFC stood for Kentucky Fried Chicken
Star Wars is based on a true story, True or False?
What are Hiroshima and Nagasaki famous for?
Atomic Bombing in World War II
How many Eiffel Towers are there in Paris?
Who was leader of al-Qaeda?
Osama Bin Laden
Yasser Arafat, A wing of the Masonic Order
Where was the Berlin Wall
Berlin, Germany
*after long pause* Israel
The language spoken in Latin America is Latin, True or False?
The what?
level 32
May 15, 2012
Please accept Bin Laden?
level 58
May 15, 2012
I've made the change! Thanks!
level 48
May 15, 2012
Please accept "atomic bomb(s)" for Hiroshima/Nagasaki, and "prime minister" or "Great Britain prime minister" for Tony Blair.
level 58
May 15, 2012
changed. thanks!
level 34
May 15, 2012
The religion is Judaism not jewish
level 58
May 16, 2012
level 78
Nov 19, 2014
Armstrong could be accepted.
level 58
Nov 19, 2014
It now is
level 39
Jan 13, 2015
Good quiz- nice to have something different. It should say "Who is Tony Blair" - he's still alive! Kofi Annan is a Ghanaian diplomat - not "Syrian Peace Movement" and it's pound sterling, not stirling.
level 58
Jan 14, 2015
I've changed Kofi Annan and the Pound Sterling, but, while I know Tony Blair is still alive (I am British btw), he is no longer the Prime Minister, hence the 'was' part :P But thanks for your feedback mate :D