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We kick things off with a People Trivia question about a physician-turned-entrepreneur who started a major orthotic brand. For more Trivia about revolutionary products, click here to learn about some of the most important moments in the history of the Barbie doll.
Next, a Language Trivia question challenges the Trivia Team to identify which symbol was added to Morse code in 2004, as the first addition in over 60 years. Here’s a full chart of all the Morse code letters and symbols if you’re feeling inspired to start telegraphy or send some secret messages.
The round concludes with a Cities Trivia question about a common bond between the nicknames of three major cities around the world. Want more travel-related Trivia? Click here for some fascinating facts about Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
Today’s Bonus Question is a follow-up to the answer to the Cities question from the first round. The Trivia Team is asked to guess as the crow flies, how many miles separate Beirut, Lebanon and Cairo, Egypt. They pull from several examples of distances they’re familiar with, but will it be enough to get the bonus point? Listen in to find out!
It’s time for today’s Theme Round. Raise a glass of your favorite beer, wine, or cocktail, because today’s theme is Alcohol Trivia. Cheers, fellow Trivia enthusiasts!
Round Two starts with a Beer Trivia question about an interesting detail on the logo of a major European beer brand. Spoiler alert: Did you know this brand is also the largest brewer and cider producer in Europe?
Speaking of brands, up next we have a Brands Trivia question that involves a relatively new whiskey brand with a famous spokesperson. Do you know what criteria a whiskey has to meet in order to be considered bourbon?
Round Two concludes with – surprise – an Alcohol Trivia question about a common term used when discussing the distilling process. Have you ever wondered how cocktails made with the finished products of the distilling process get their names? Here are some of the most common naming conventions used.
It’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question, and today’s is a look back at some previously popular workout trends. In this Fitness Fads question, the Trivia Team is asked to place four fitness fads in order of the height of the popularity from earliest to most recent.
For more ways to get your fitness fix, here are some of the most common – and most obscure – forms of exercise. We’re all for working out our minds and bodies!