Huddle up, brainiacs, and let’s have a little tete-a-taut. Ready to put your grey cells to the test? Well, isn’t that just pun-derful! Welcome to our trivia quiz that’s sure to be a reel hit. It’s no trivial matter, it’s a game of wits – just the kind of game that won’t leave anyone board. So, without feather ado, let’s dive into this quiz. Trust us, these questions are simply un-bowl-ievable. Remember, there’s no pun-ishment for wrong answers, so take a quack at it and have fun!
1. What does the English idiom “break a leg” mean?
2. What is sushi traditionally wrapped in?
3. What type of structure is known for its lean in Pisa, Italy?
4. A Persian is a long-haired breed of which animal?
5. What animal was the villain in the “Little Red Riding Hood” fairy tale?
6. Which ocean is the biggest in the world?
7. What is seven multiplied by eight?
8. Who played the character Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean series?
9. When was the Declaration of Independence signed in the United States?
10. What are baby kangaroos known as?
11. What is the real name of the actor known as “The Rock”?
12. Envy and jealousy are figuratively associated with what colour?
13. Who is the singer of “Shape of You”?
14. What does the proverb “The early bird catches the worm” mean?
15. What sport does Cristiano Ronaldo play?
16. Which chemical element is represented by the letter “H” on the periodic table?
17. What is the name of the device that allows us to use the internet?
18. Who is the designer behind the brand YSL?
19. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
20. What is the holiday celebrated on October 31st commonly known as?
21. The queen and king are both pieces used in what boardgame?
22. “Alice in Wonderland” is a book by which author?
23. What is the largest planet in our solar system?
24. Who wrote “Pride and Prejudice”?
25. What is the process of converting waste materials into reusable materials called?
26. Who starred as the main character in the movie “Titanic”?
27. What do we call the energy produced from the sun?
28. Who said “To be or not to be, that is the question”?
29. What is the study of money and how it is used called?
30. What do we call the hot, dry wind from the north of Africa?
31. What does the phrasal verb “to give up” mean in English?
32. What is the capital city of Spain?
33. In what year was the first man landed on the moon?
34. Who is the author of the “Harry Potter” series?
35. What is the scientific term for the study of plants?
Wow, looks like your pun-tastic journey has come to an end for today! We hope you enjoyed, even if some questions were a bit pun-gent. Don’t be too dis-heart-ened if you didn’t score high, remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day-ta. Check out more quizzes on Trivia Bliss to continue this fun, brain-challenging journey. Thanks a quiz-illion for playing!