37 Trivia Questions for Teens - Learn Cool Facts! (2023)

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Trivia questions for teens may be the best way to keep them engaged while also exercising their brains. There are a lot of important benefits of trivia questions, which include keeping your memory sharp and your mind smart.

That's why playing a game full of fun questions to ask teenagers is so important. Even if some of the questions are pointless, you can still benefit from this game of trivia by using that part of your brain that's not used as much regularly.

What's also great about trivia is that it's a great way to break the ice and get conversations going. There are plenty of games to help break the ice amongst teenagers, though not all ice breaker games for teens have the same beneficial effects as trivia does.

So, go on and gather a group to play this exciting game of teen trivia that was put together to give everyone a great time!

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8 Best trivia questions for teens

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The best trivia for teens include a mix of knowledge and fun. So, get this game started with trivia questions that will educate, yet, also keep you engaged and entertained so you'll want to play longer.

Here are the 8 best trivia questions for teens:

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1. What machine did the inventor of the modern zipper also invent?

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The sewing machine

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Although Elias Howe invented the first model of the zipper in 1851, it wasn't regularly used until Whitcomb L. Judson created a similar design 40 years later.

2. What is the Earth's only permanent natural satellite?

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Moon

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Our moon is the fifth largest of the 190+ moons orbiting planets in our solar system.

3. How old is the Great Wall?

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about 2,700 years

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The Great Wall of China took 200 years to build and stretches over 3,700 miles.

4. In which city were the first modern Olympics held?

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Athens, Greece

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The ancient Games were staged in Olympia, Greece, from 776 BC through 393 AD, and it took 1503 years for the Olympics to return in Athens, Greece, in 1896.

5. A cat stays in the heat for how many days?

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Six

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Cats never stop getting an estrus cycle. They will continue to go into heat and have babies their entire life from the start of just 6 months of age.

6. When did the Eiffel Tower open?

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1889

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Parisians originally hated the Eiffel Tower with many people sending angry letters to newspapers saying the tower didn't fit into the feel of the city.

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7. Which company owns Bugatti, Lamborghini. Audi, Porsche, and Ducati?

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Volkswagen

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What's interesting is that Volkswagen bought these car brands when they were failing or close to going bankrupt and turned them into successful brands.

8. Home to the Ross Sea and a species of flightless bird. Where is this?

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Antarctica

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Penguins lost the ability to fly as they become better swimmers, and their bones became heavier to help them to dive.

3 funny trivia questions for teens

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We all know how goofy some teens can get, and how pretty much anything can be made into a joke. So, try these funny trivia questions to make anyone laugh out loud, but make sure not to get too silly! You've still got plenty of other questions to get through.

Here are 3 funny trivia questions for teens:

9. What did ancient Romans use to dye their hair?

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Bird poop

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Bird poop was used to dye the hair blonde, which was a very popular hair color among the Romans. Some even sprinkled gold dust in their hair to get a more yellow tint.

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10. Johnny Depp is famously afraid of what?

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Clowns

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Coulrophobia, or having a fear of clowns, is one of the 10 most common phobias.

11. Who invented the bikini?

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Louis Reard

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The only model willing to show this much skin in a bikini was a 19-year-old nude dancer named Micheline Bernardini. She modeled the first-ever bikini design in 1946.

6 hard trivia questions for teens

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Sometimes challenges can be amusing, especially when everyone is trying so hard to guess the right answer. Don't be afraid to include some hard trivia questions — it's super fun to see how many people answer these questions wrong.

Here are 6 hard trivia questions for teens:

12. What temperature does room temperature water start boiling at?

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It boils at 100 degrees centigrade

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If you've ever been told that cold water boils faster than hot water, you've definitely been told wrong. Cold water needs to absorb heat before it even gets to a certain degree of boiling.

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13. At what temperature does rain turn into snow?

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32 F

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Most rain actually begins as snow high in the clouds, regardless of the temperature. As the snowflakes fall through warmer air, they become raindrops.

14. Why can caffeine be addictive?

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Because it is an amphetamine.

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Technically speaking, a lot of things we consume daily can be addictive, though caffeine is considered a drug due to the effect it has on the body.

15. How long does the cicada live underground?

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17 years

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This is a pretty long lifespan for an insect, however, cicadas usually don't survive nearly this long above ground.

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16. Which chemicals are used to extract color from your hair?

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Ammonia and Peroxide

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These two chemicals are widely used in permanent hair dyes and are so strong that they can leave your hair dry and damaged.

17. Name the largest freshwater lake in the world?

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Lake Superior

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Lake Superior is part of the 5 lakes that surround the state of Michigan. Lakes Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior are often referred to as HOMES due to the first letter of each lake.

5 easy trivia questions for teens

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Let's face it, we all love easy questions, though that doesn't mean that all questions need to be easy to answer. However, you can give yourself a slide with these easy trivia questions that everyone will appreciate.

Here are 5 easy trivia questions for teens:

18. Does Amphibian only survive in water?

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No, they can also survive on land

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Amphibians need water, or moist environments, to survive. Some examples are frogs, toads and salamanders.

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19. What is the season of rainfall called?

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Wet season

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This season typically lasts for a month and is the time of year when most of a region's average annual rainfall occurs.

20. What's the popular American television series that is based on medicine and doctors?

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Grey’s Anatomy

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Grey's Anatomy has been on air since 2005 and is going on to its 17th season.

21. What chemical makes a carrot color orange?

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β-Carotene

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If you're familiar with this chemical, this question should be fairly easy considering the word carrot is included in the word Carotene.

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22. Soccer is also known as?

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Association football or Football

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In several different countries, you'll find that soccer is only known as football, which actually makes more sense in a sport where you can't hit the ball with your hands.

5 useless trivia questions for teens

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Useless trivia questions are only useful for one thing: learning surprising, useless facts that are interesting enough to tweet about or text to your friends. They don't really get any better than that...

Here are 5 useless trivia questions for teens:

23. What is the total number of bases on a baseball field?

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Four

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A batter records one total base for a single, two total bases for a double, three total bases for a triple and four total bases for a home run.

24. The average person does what thirteen times a day?

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Laughs

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Laughter is the best medicine, so hopefully, you're laughing more than the average person does.

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25. If you throw a red stone into the blue sea what it will become?

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It will become Wet

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Some might suggest that it will become purple, though the answer is much simpler than that.

26. What does come down but never goes up?

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Rain

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Some people might argue that rainwater goes back up due to evaporation, but once it gets evaporated, it's no longer rain.

27. What has a head, a tail, but does not have a body?

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A coin

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When playing heads or tails, always choose heads. The heads side is heavier than the tails so it has a higher probability of landing on the heads.

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4 video game trivia questions for teens

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Get off your video game consoles and play this game of video game trivia instead. It's always more fun when you can interact with people in real life rather than virtually.

It isn't like you'll be leaving your games behind, with this round of trivia, you'll be able to talk about all things video games!

Here are 4 video game trivia questions for teens:

28. Doctor Ivo “Eggman” Robotnik is the enemy of which video game character?

29. What does SNES console stand for?

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System

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One of the best game consoles ever made with some of the most iconic games and characters.

30. Retsu and Geki are computer-controlled opponents in which video game?

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Street Fighter

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Retsu only appeared in the first street fighter, while Geki is a non-playable character you needed to beat towards the end of the game.

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31. Which game series features cities called Vice City, Liberty City and San Andreas?

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Grand Theft Auto

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Vice City is based in Miami, Liberty City in New York City, and San Andreas in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas.

6 pop culture trivia questions for teens

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There can't be anyone more interested in pop culture than teens. Most pop culture is made popular by teens or is made especially to entertain teens.

So, if you're a teenager, you've got to know the answers to these pop culture trivia questions! If not, you must be living under a rock!

Here are 6 pop culture trivia questions for teens:

32. Who is called the King of Pop?

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Michael Jackson

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With all the amazing hits that Michael Jackson recorded, he definitely deserves this title.

33. 1989 is the album of which singer?

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Taylor Swift

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She used this album to switch from country to pop, and it's also titled after her year of birth.

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34. Which actor voiced both Darth Vader and The Lion King‘s Mufasa?

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James Earl Jones

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His iconic voice is part of everyone's childhood with these two incredible films.

35. What does the acronym “smh” stand for?

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Shaking my head

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A lot of people confuse this acronym with scratching my head, and both can work.

36. How many Harry Potter books and movies are there?

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7 books and 8 movies

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All 8 movies are based on the books with the 8th film is the 2nd part of the last book.

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37. Taylor Swift made her acting debut in which movie?

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Valentine’s Day

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Taylor Swift met Taylor Lautner on set and the two briefly dated. She wrote "Back to December" based on her relationship with him.

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How To Pick The best trivia questions for teens

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Need help setting up your game of trivia? Learn how to pick the best trivia questions for teens to get everyone playing, interested in this trivia game. After all, teens are tough to please!

Here is how to pick the best trivia questions for teens:

1. Choose lots of fun questions

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This is a no brainer. Teens are known to get bored quickly and trivia may not be the funniest thing to do when put to them. However, if you start off with some fun and interesting questions, you'll be able to lead them into the game and have them on a roller coaster of answering one question after the other.

Be sure to scatter these fun questions throughout the game so that you're able to add some other questions in there as well.

2. Know your players

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You can't just choose questions that you think the players will like based on how much you like them. You need to figure out what the players are into and what grabs their attention. Make sure you choose questions that everyone knows something about and that everyone enjoys.

If everyone happens to like something different, add a small number of questions of what each person likes. This way you'll keep everyone happy and participating in the game.

3. Make sure to add some educational questions

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Teens are at that age where their minds are capable of storing a lot of information, and trivia is a great way to learn some useful information. The game is meant to be fun, but don't fill it with useless facts that aren't going to teach anyone anything.

Keep the game fun, but also use this opportunity to educate teenagers with fun, educational facts they might not know.

In Conclusion

You don't need ice breaker games for teens when you have this list of amazing trivia questions to break the ice. These trivia questions for teens are a way to bring people together and get them all included in a fun and educational experience.

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Remember that even though trivia is a game, you can always use these fun questions to ask teenagers things that are educational. That way they'll be able to benefit and learn from this game of trivia.

FAQs

What are some fun facts Questions? ›

Examples of fun fact questions
  • Who did you look up to as a child?
  • What is your favourite hobby?
  • If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be?
  • If you could only eat one type of food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
  • Do you have any hidden talents?
  • What is your favourite childhood memory?
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What are good trivia questions for adults? ›

Trivia Question: What is the name of the Earth's largest ocean? Trivia Question: When Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, how many NBA Championships did he win? Trivia Question: What country won the very first FIFA World Cup in 1930? Trivia Question: In what year was the first-ever Wimbledon Championship held?

What's a cool random fact? ›

1 in 5,000 north Atlantic lobsters are born bright blue. There are 10 human body parts that are only 3 letters long (eye hip arm leg ear toe jaw rib lip gum). A skunk's smell can be detected by a human a mile away. The word "lethologica" describes the state of not being able to remember the word you want.

What are 5 interesting facts? ›

Interesting Unknown Facts
  • Hot water will turn into ice faster than cold water. ...
  • The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows. ...
  • The sentence, "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" uses every letter in the English language.
  • The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue. ...
  • Ant's take rest for around 8 Minutes in 12 hour period.

What is the hardest knowledge question? ›

10 'hardest' General Knowledge Questions
  • What is the world's smallest country?
  • What are the first three books of The Old Testament?
  • How many sides does a dodecahedron have?
  • What were the names of Henry VIII's six wives?
  • Banksy is most associated with which city?
  • What nationality was Charlie Chaplin?
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What are common knowledge questions? ›

General Knowledge Questions
  • What do the 13 stripes on the American flag represent? ...
  • A human's body has how many bones? ...
  • How many hearts does an octopus have? ...
  • An adult's mouth has how many teeth? ...
  • How many U.S. presidents have been assassinated and who were they?
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Are you smarter than a 5th grader game questions? ›

Remember Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader? Of course you do!
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First Grade
  • What continent are the Pyramids of Giza located in? Africa.
  • How many continents are there? ...
  • How many states make up the United States of America? ...
  • What country is the capital of Rome located in? Italy.
  • What is the capital of France? Paris.
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Who most likely to questions? ›

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  • Who is most likely to become a CEO at a top company?
  • Who is most likely to have the most children?
  • Who is most likely to run a marathon?
  • Who is most likely to be late for her own wedding?
  • Who is most likely to become a reality TV star?
  • Who is most likely to win a Grammy?
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How well do u know me quiz questions? ›

Additional "How Well Do You Know Me" Questions
  • What is your favorite restaurant to go to?
  • What household chores do you hate the most?
  • What type of music makes you happy?
  • Who is your celebrity crush?
  • What is your favorite childhood memory?
  • Who is your favorite author?
  • What's your favorite meal for me to make?
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What is a fact about cake? ›

The National cake day is celebrated on November 26th. The word 'cake' originated from the Middle English 'kake'. It is also related to some English word called pastry and tart. In middle ages, the word cake once equated to a hard-baked (both sides) round of bread which was flat.

Did you know facts for students? ›

About 75% of your brain is made of water. Your heart beats about 115,000 times a day. Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet in the solar system. The nearest star to Earth is 4.2 light-years away.

What are 3 unusual facts? ›

Fun Facts and Trivia
  • It is impossible for most people to lick their own elbow. ...
  • A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
  • A shrimp's heart is in its head.
  • It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.

What word comes before bottle Bell and Bird? ›

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What are the 10 top GK questions? ›

GK Questions
  • Who is the Father of our Nation? ...
  • Who was the first President of India? ...
  • Who is known as Father of Indian Constitution? ...
  • Which is the most sensitive organ in our body? ...
  • Giddha is the folk dance of? ...
  • Who was the first Prime Minister of India? ...
  • Which is the heavier metal of these two? ...
  • Who invented Computer?
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What's the hardest question on earth? ›

So, what is truth? Philosophers have struggled with this question since the dawn of time, perhaps because it's the hardest question ever asked. The field of epistemology is the subdiscipline of philosophy that grapples it, along with the nature of knowledge itself.

What is the hardest question in life? ›

Answered! Life's 25 Toughest Questions
  1. Can love really last a lifetime? ...
  2. Why do married folks begin to look like one another? ...
  3. Can a marriage survive betrayal? ...
  4. Why does summer zoom by and winter drag on forever? ...
  5. Do animals really have a sixth sense? ...
  6. Why does the line you're in always move the slowest?
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What is the most asked question in the world? ›

What is the most asked question in the world? It might be quite surprising to know that the most asked question in the world is “what is my ip”. There are a little over 3 million people who ask this question every month on Google and that's just one variation of the question.

What are the 10 hardest questions in the world? ›

Here are the hardest questions in the world:
  • Does true love exist? This is one of the most controversial and frequently asked life questions. ...
  • Is there life after death? ...
  • Should abortion be allowed? ...
  • What is the purpose of life? ...
  • Why is there hatred in the world? ...
  • Does he or she love me?
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What are some good food trivia questions? ›

Interesting food trivia questions
  • Which two spices are the most popular in the world? ...
  • What is the only food that can never go bad? ...
  • If you have Mageirocophobia, what are you afraid of? ...
  • What type of food holds the world record for being the most stolen around the globe? ...
  • Where were chocolate chip cookies invented?
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Did you know Cute facts? ›

9 Fun Facts to Make You Smile
  • Trees can make friends and talk to each other. ...
  • The oldest “Your Momma” joke dates back 3,500 years. ...
  • Humpback whales have recovered 30 percent of their population. ...
  • Sea otters hold hands so they don't drift apart. ...
  • The actors who played Mickey and Minnie Mouse were married in real life.
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Did you know mind blowing facts? ›

100 Mind-Blowing Facts You've Never Heard Before
  • Every 'c' in Pacific Ocean is pronounced differently. ...
  • Black apples exist. ...
  • Butt-shaped robots are used to test phones. ...
  • There are now giant pigs as heavy as polar bears. ...
  • Japanese golfers have hole-in-one insurance.

What is a question no one can answer? ›

At what time did time begin? Which came first: the sun or the earth? Is the opposite of opposite the same or opposite? Why is there a fridge light but no freezer light?

Is there a question with no answer? ›

A rhetorical question is one for which the questioner does not expect a direct answer: in many cases it may be intended to start a discourse, or as a means of displaying or emphasize the speaker's or author's opinion on a topic.

What is the world's greatest question? ›

The biggest questions ever asked
  • The Big Questions: What is reality? ...
  • The Big Questions: What is life? ...
  • The Big Questions: Do we have free will? ...
  • The Big Questions: Is the universe deterministic? ...
  • The Big Questions: What is consciousness? ...
  • The Big Questions: Will we ever have a theory of everything?

What are 10 fun facts about animals? ›

Animal Facts
  • Fleas can jump 350 times its body length.
  • Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.
  • Crocodiles cannot stick their tongue out.
  • Starfish do not have a brain.
  • Slugs have 4 noses.
  • Only female mosquitoes bite.
  • Polar bear skin is black!
  • The only mammal capable of flight is the bat.

What's a fun fact for the day? ›

Fun Facts and Trivia
  • It is impossible for most people to lick their own elbow. ...
  • A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
  • A shrimp's heart is in its head.
  • It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.

Did you know facts for students? ›

About 75% of your brain is made of water. Your heart beats about 115,000 times a day. Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet in the solar system. The nearest star to Earth is 4.2 light-years away.

What are 10 crazy facts? ›

30 Crazy Fun Facts That Will Blow Your Mind
  • The Queen Owns all the Swans and Dolphins! ...
  • There is a Village Called Dull. ...
  • Urine Used To Be A Detergent. ...
  • Apple Pips Are Poisonous! ...
  • These Creepy Coffins Were Found on Arthur's Seat! ...
  • You Can't Hold Your Nose and Hum. ...
  • There is a Fish with Legs. ...
  • The Bayeux Tapestry is 70 Metres Long!
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What are 10 weird facts? ›

49 Weird & Wonderful Facts Too Odd To Be True!
  • Water makes different sounds depending on its temperature! ...
  • McDonald's invented a sweet-tasting type of broccoli! ...
  • Rabbits can't be sick! ...
  • Humans are the only animals that blush! ...
  • The hashtag symbol has a fancy term! ...
  • Apple pie isn't American!
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