Playing trivia games is a popular, fun way for a group of people with varied interests to spend some time together. When the questions involve amusing answers on a wide variety of topics, anyone has the chance answer correctly, and everyone has a few laughs and a good time. The following entertainin
One idea for a funny workplace sign for an employee's desk or door is one that claims that the buck does not slow down at all here. Such a sign offers a humorous spin on clichés regarding the ultimate authority of the supervisor and how "the buck stops here." Another humorous boss-related sign expre
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.
Examples of trivia games include the popular shows "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?". Both game shows ask a single participant several multiple-choice questions in various categories. Popular categories used in trivia games include geography, music, TV and movi
An interesting fact for a trivia game night are that John Tyler, who was born in 1790, has a grandson who is still alive in the 2010s. Another piece of trivia is that doctors' bad handwriting has cost approximately 7,000 people their lives annually in the United States alone.
One of the most challenging pub quiz trivia questions is: What is the largest desert in the world? The answer is Antarctica, which is considered a desert because it has very little liquid water or air humidity. The reason this trivia question is so difficult is that most people will wrongly assume d
Jokes that are safe for work can either be about work itself or so clean that they couldn't offend anyone. An example of the latter asks what a pile of kittens is called. The answer is a "meowtain."
A good trivia question about Christmas could focus on how Boston banned celebrating the holiday from 1659 to 1681. The righteous Puritans prohibited gift exchanges, singing carols or use of decorations. Everyone who broke the law was fined five shillings.
One crazy trivia question is, "Who wrote the song 'A Boy Named Sue,' performed by Johnny Cash?" The answer is Shel Silverstein. A second crazy trivia question is, "What does the name of the M&M candy stand for?" M&M stands for Mars and Murrie, which are the last names of the founders of M&M.
Some humorous trivia questions include: "Before legally buying a mouse trap in California, a person must first obtain what?"; "In France, what is it illegal to do in a vineyard?"; and "Where is it illegal to fall down and sleep in South Dakota?" The answers mostly are funny laws.