Fun trivia questions to ask others include: "What nation was bounced from the Organization of American States in 1962?" and "What continent has the fewest flowering plants?" More options include "What element begins with the letter 'K'?" and "What flavor is Cointreau?" These questions are designed to test general knowledge.
The answer to the question "What nation was bounced from the Organization of American States in 1962?" is Cuba. Antarctica is the state with the fewest flowering plants. Krypton is the only element on the Periodic Table beginning with the letter "K." Cointreau is orange-flavored.
Some other interesting trivia questions are: "What model appeared topless on the cover of the self-penned 1993 novel Pirate?" and "What is sushi traditionally wrapped in?" Other fun questions are "What color is absynth?" and "What explorer introduced pigs to North America?" A science-based trivia question is "What's the largest and densest of the four rocky planets?" The answers to these questions are: Fabio is the model who appeared topless on the novel cover; sushi is traditionally wrapped in edible seaweed; absynth is colored green; Christopher Columbus introduced pigs to the Americas; and Earth is the largest and densest of the four rocky planets.
Some questions with easier answers include: "What is the world's longest river?" and "What is the world's largest ocean?" The longest river is the Nile River of Africa, and the largest ocean is the Pacific Ocean.