Potpourri Trivia Game (3)
Select a Potpourri trivia question from the drop-down list & solution will appear in Answer box
A farmer has 17 sheep, and all but 9 died. How many are left?
According to the nursery rhyme, where does the muffin man live?
Name one of the first three U.S. cars to reach 30 miles per gallon.
This American state has the most tornadoes in a year.
This is the basic monetary unit of Greece.
Finish this old weather proverb. “Red sky at night, sailor's delight; Red sky in morning, sailors..."
All pilots on international flights identify themselves in this language.
Because it is considered impolite to show their teeth in this country, women cover their mouths when they laugh.
According to a University of California study, this is the safest color of car to drive at night.
This nation has the fewest police officers per capita.
A legendary Dutch ghost ship which is supposedly often sighted near the Cape of Good Hope.
The long, narrow flat-bottomed boats used on the canals in Venice, Italy.
The tomb of the unknown soldier serves as a memorial to all the unidentified military dead in this Virginia cemetery.
The 1982 Time magazine named this object its “Man of the Year.”
This system of writing for the blind was named after the French teacher of the blind who invented it.
___________ people have more zinc and copper in their hair.
The average person eats 430 of these each year.
Software that is intended to be purchased after a free trial period is called this.
This country is ranked by the United Nations' Human Development Index as the “most livable country” in the world in 2003.
This country's “Althing” is the world's oldest parliament.
Americans adopted more children from this country than any other in 2002.