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100

What city was the capital of the USA before Washington DC.

New York City

100

Arachnophobia is the fear of what?

Spiders
100

What is the highest-grossing video game franchise to date?

Mario

100

What is the only bird that can fly backwards?

The hummingbird

100

What is the only fruit to have seeds on the outside of it?

Strawberries

100


A screw

200

Where did the Olympic Games originate?

Athens

200

How many knees does an elephant have?

Four

200

What movie franchise is famous for, “may the force be with you?”

Star Wars

200

What does a carnivore eat?

Meat

200

What is the sweet substance made by bees?

Honey

200


A match

300

Which country gifted the Statue of Liberty to the USA?

France

300

What is the collective name for a group of crows?

A murder

300

What does "smh" mean?

Shake my head

300

Natural pearls are found in what sea creature?

Oysters

300

Is tomato a fruit or a vegetable?

Fruit
300


A crayon

400

Ancient Egypt was settled on what river?

The River Nile

400

What is the name of the world’s largest reef system?

The Great Barrier Reef

400

On "Friends", Rachel and Chandler eat a Cheesecake off the floor from what bakery?

Mama's Little Bakery 

400

What is the chemical name for table salt?

Sodium chloride

400

Which Mexican food has a name meaning “little donkey”?

Burrito

400


A shoelace

500

What do the colours of the Irish flag mean?

Green Catholics

White Peace

Orange Protestants

500

How many hearts does an octopus have?

Three

500

Rock band AC/DC originates from this country.

Australia

500

Diamonds are made up almost entirely of what element?

Carbon

500

Pink Lady is a type of what fruit?

Apple

500


Grain of sugar/salt/sand

600

Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

Michelangelo

600

What color are flamingos when they are born?

Gray

600

This is the year MTV premiered.

1981

600

First 3 digits of Pi.

3.14

600

What does KFC stand for?

Kentucky Fried Chicken

600


Pages of a book

700

Why did Japan surrender in WW2?

America dropped a nuclear bomb on them.
700

A lobster's teeth are located in which part of its body?

Their stomach

700

What day is Star Wars day?

May 4th

700

What sense don't dolphins have?

Smell

700

Snickers is a brand name chocolate bar made by which American company?

Mars, Inc.

700

DOUBLE JEOPARDY


Soap foam

800

Which country first used paper money?

China

800

The horn of a rhinoceros is made of which material?

Keratin

800

Name this classic movie...


Gone with the Wind

800

What does NASA stand for?

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

800

What European country introduced coffee to the rest of the world?

Italy

800


A paintbrush

900

How many wives did Henry VIII have?

Six

900

Which type of bear has the scientific name "Ursus Arctos"?

Brown bear

900

What is the longest-running Broadway show of all time?

The Phantom of the Opera

900

Which planet has the most moons?

Jupiter

900

What percentage of a human body is water?

60%

900


A kitchen sponge
1000

Year Ireland became independent?

1922

1000

A "Lepidopterist" is someone who studies which type of animal?

Butterflies

1000

Surely you remember this 1980 comedy starring Leslie Nielsen and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Airplane!

1000

What blood type do you need to be a universal donor?

O-

1000

The purpose of ketchup, other than a condiment, during the 1830’S was for what?

Medicine

1000


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