22 March 2023

The Return (Again) Of Trivia Fun

George Washington, our only Chinese-American president

Many life coaches now have assistant life coaches working under them.

George Washington is to date our only Chinese-American president.

In addition to spying for the Soviet Union, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were enthusiastic canasta players.

Biblical scholars believe that purgatory is a large waiting room with coffee-stained magazines and a broken water fountain.

Many mathematicians have become less interested in the square roots of numbers and are now focusing on rounder or even oval shaped roots.

Seconds before creating the universe God reportedly said: “wait for it….”

According to historians, despite its name, the Boer War was quite exciting.

While returning to Earth after the first moon landing, Neil Armstrong was frustrated to realize he’d left behind his waffle iron.

Entomologists believe that as many as forty per cent of all male bees are nicknamed, Buzz.

The notion that salad forks should go on the outside was first posited on the Rosetta Stone.

The real full maiden name of Dagwood Bumstead’s wife Blondie was Delores Plunk.

The most asked question in Scotland is “can I have more haggis, please?”

Algernon is the most common name for Yorkshire terriers in Romania.

The alien who appears at the end of Close Encounters of the Third Kind was played by Jack Nicholson.

The U.S. Department of Transportation has a division strictly for rickshaws.

Elmer Fudd was intended to be anti-semitic. 

Jesus Christ’s nephew Lyle supposedly did a spot on impersonation of the Messiah.

Nikita Khrushchev was obsessed with hula hooping.

Nostradamus incorrectly predicted that cock fighting would someday be America’s national pastime.

Robert Burns originally wrote that the “best laid pans” of mice and men often go awry after having trouble putting a skillet away.

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