Some MORE Trivia Questions For Y’all!

I found this trivia question set on a Sporcle trivia host’s site today. Enjoy! I’ll put the answers in the comments.

Slogans – What brand of beer advertises itself as being “The Banquet Beer?”

Literature – What is the only Shakespeare play which includes the word “love” in the title?

Food – Also known as bean curd, what food is cultivated by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into shape?

Geography – Within 1, how many different countries does the Danube River touch before emptying into the Black Sea?

Movies – Before Heath Ledger did so in 2008, Peter Finch was the last person to win an Academy Award posthumously, winning Best Actor for what 1976 film?

TV – What 1973 film was novelist Michael Crichton’s first theatrical film and would serve as the basis of a current TV series which debuted in 2016?

 

History – In which decade did the Six Day War between Israel, Egypt, Jordan, and Syria take place?

Words – What 10-letter word, which is Latin for “many flowering,” is used to describe a particular group of roses?

Airports – According to the IATA, any airport codes which started off as 2-letter codes were changed to 3-letter codes, adding what letter at the end?

Sports – What international multi-sport event, still currently in existence, was first held in 1930 as the British Empire Games?

One thought on “Some MORE Trivia Questions For Y’all!

  1. Slogans – What brand of beer advertises itself as being “The Banquet Beer?” As advertised by Sam Elliot, it’s Coors.

    Literature – What is the only Shakespeare play which includes the word “love” in the title? Love’s Labour’s Lost

    Food – Also known as bean curd, what food is cultivated by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into shape? Tofu

    Geography – Within 1, how many different countries does the Danube River touch before emptying into the Black Sea? Nine ( Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine)

    Movies – Before Heath Ledger did so in 2008, Peter Finch was the last person to win an Academy Award posthumously, winning Best Actor for what 1976 film? Network

    TV – What 1973 film was novelist Michael Crichton’s first theatrical film and would serve as the basis of a current TV series which debuted in 2016? Westworld (there was a movie too, I believe. It didn’t do too well.)

    History – In which decade did the Six Day War between Israel, Egypt, Jordan, and Syria take place? The 1960s

    Words – What 10-letter word, which is Latin for “many flowering,” is used to describe a particular group of roses? Floribunda

    Airports – According to the IATA, any airport codes which started off as 2-letter codes were changed to 3-letter codes, adding what letter at the end? They all end in “X”

    Sports – What international multi-sport event, still currently in existence, was first held in 1930 as the British Empire Games? The CommonWealth Games

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