Written - Narendra Dudhwa
Engage your brain with our trivia challenge! Put your wits to the test with these mind-bending questions from Quizness Desk
And remember, there's a delicious incentive from Hell Pizza waiting for you at the end
In 1969, an iconic event unfolded on Max Yasgur's dairy farm at Bethel, New York. What took place that forever left a mark on music history?
Dive into the world of British TV comedy. Can you identify the popular 1990s series that used a rendition of “The Lord is My Shepherd” as its theme music?
If you find yourself in Japan, what enjoyable activity would you partake in at an "onsen"? A hint: it's a rejuvenating tradition
Unravel the mystery behind the French phrase “tout de suite.” Does it signify doing something all at once, with urgency, or taking turns?
A global puzzle awaits. Among Afghanistan, Chile, and Australia, which nation boasts the largest population?
Explore the world of rugby. What term, known as the "fly-half" in New Zealand, is used in Britain to describe a specific rugby position?
Dive into political landscapes. In the 2023 elections, a particular party's hoardings are dressed in pink. Can you identify the party's name?
Reflect on childhood memories. Who is the character that roamed "upstairs and downstairs in his nightgown" in a famous nursery rhyme?
Embark on a musical journey. The unusual instrument in Australian singer John Farnham's 1986 hit "You're the Voice" might surprise you
Step into the world of fashion. Kumfs, ECCO, Timberland, and Rockport share a common category. Can you identify the kind of products these brands offer?
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Time to unveil the answers: 1. The Woodstock music festival; 2. The Vicar of Dibley; 3. Bathe (onsen are hot springs); 4. Immediately; 5. Afghanistan; 6. Fly-half; 7. ACT’s; 8. Wee Willie Winkie; 9. The bagpipes; 10. Footwear
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