National Trivia Day

Today is National Trivia Day so I have decided to put together a little quiz for you! I will try and include all sorts of different types of questions from sports to alcohol to history! Comment and let me know how many you got correct!


  1. Who was the first president to live in the White House?
  2. How many U.S. Presidents have been elected for two terms?
  3. What is the most spoken language in the world?
  4. What is the three letter airport code for the Los Angeles International Airport?
  5. American mobster Al Capone was sentenced to 11 years in federal prison for what crime?
  6. The Mexican city of Tijuana borders what U.S. City?
  7. Which musician is often called the fifth Beatle?
  8. What city are the Beatles originally from?
  9. What year did the Steelers become a team in the NFL?
  10. What was the first wild card NFL team to win the SuperBowl?
  11. What year did the Steelers win their first SuperBowl?
  12. What is the only country to play in every single World Cup?
  13. Gymnophobia is the fear of what?
  14. What team won the National Football League’s first Super Bowl?
  15. What are the top 3 countries that consume the most beer per capita?
  16. Who was the U.S President in office when Prohibition was repealed?
  17. What U.S college was founded by and funded by a brewer?
  18. What is the official spirit of the United States?
  19. A bottle of champagne contains approximately how many bubbles?
  20. In which U.S state would you find Mount Rushmore?
  21. How many U.S states border the Pacific Ocean?
  22. What is a group of crows called?
  23. What is a group of porcupines called?
  24. What is the only mythological animal mentioned in a Harry Potter book title?
  25. At what unusual institutions did Johnny Cash record a number of live albums?


  1. President John Adams
  2. 12 The U.S. Presidents
  3. Chinese
  4. LAX
  5. Tax Evasion
  6. San Diego
  7. Pete Best
  8. Liverpool
  9. Oct 20, 1933
  10. The 1980 Oakland Raiders
  11. 1975, Superbowl IX
  12. Brazil
  13. Nudity
  14. Green Bay Packers
  15. Czech Republic, Seychelles, and Austria
  16. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  17. Vassar College
  18. Bourbon
  19. 49 million
  20. South Dakota
  21. 5; California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and Alaska
  22. A “murder”
  23. A “prickle”
  24. Pheonix
  25. Prisons



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