One fun trivia question is: "On average, what do you do 15 times a day?" The answer is laugh. This is a good trivia question because it requires people to think about what they do during their days, and provides a somewhat unexpected answer.
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?" ...
One fun Christmas trivia question is: What are the names of the eight reindeer in the “Twas the Night Before Christmas” poem? The answer is Comet, Cupid, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Donner and Blitzen. For an added challenge, try asking someone to name them in order...
Summer trivia questions generally relate to the weather, the summer solstice, popular summer activities and summer-related songs. They also can relate to popular summer food, such as popsicles.
A few winter-themed trivia questions include "What is the difference between sleet, hail and freezing rain?" and "Which is more dangerous for trees and power lines, 1 inch of ice or 1 inch of wet snow?" Another is "Can snow fall when skies are clear?"
Puppies, also called pups or whelps, are born deaf, blind and toothless. They don’t open their eyes or begin to hear until they are nine to 12 days old.
Some good trivia topics for kids are seasonal topics such as weather and holidays, food, people, and school subjects. Children's books, TV shows and movies are also good trivia topics for kids.