Today’s HQ Trivia Questions & Answers : Previous Quizzes for Practice

Old HQ Trivia Questions & Answers (31 December 2017)

Total participants : 583k

No of winners : 37 (each one got $83.78)

Reward amount : $2000

  1. Which 1960s event inspired the creation of Moon Boots for consumers? The sound of music, The moon landing, Beatlemania
  2. What is a Wet-Nap? Sleeping underwater, Maternity snooze, Moist towelette
  3. The Times Square Ball is based on a device that was first built in what British city? New Jersey, Greenwich, Alabama
  4. Which of these apps is used for mobile payments? Venmo, Hopper, Paperless
  5. Finish the lyrics : “Should auld acquaintance be forgot and never____”. Hand o’ thine?, Rush the time?, Brought to mind?
  6. “Spenser : For Hire,” “St. Elsewhere,” and “American Gothic” all have what in common? Creator, Lead actor, City
  7. Which Mariah Carey song holds the Billboard record for most weeks at #1? One Sweet Day, Emotions, Hero
  8. How much heavier is the “new” New Year’s Eve ball than the original that first dropped in 1907? 175 pounds, 1175 pounds, 11175 pounds
  9. The band “Walk the Moon” got its name from another band fronted by who? Liam Gallagher, Phil Collins, Sting
  10. Who has never hosted New Year’s Rockin’ Eve? Regis Philbin, Jimmy Kimmel, George Carlin
  11. The Japanese pottery style Raku is renowned for which of these traits? Extreme durability, Unpredictable results, Consistent results
  12. What happened in the day after Jimi Hendrix passed away? Beatles broke up, US invasion of Cambodia, 1st Glastonbury Festival

Previous HQ Trivia Questions & Answers (30 December 2017)

Total participants : 652k

No of winners : 35 (each one got $57.14)

Reward amount : $2000

  1. Which of these is a fruit with a hard shell and an edible seed? Turtle, Nut, Potato
  2. Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon co-starred in & produced what TV series? Big Little Lies, The Bob Newhart Show, The Simpsons
  3. Which sport never ends with a shootout? Football, Hockey, Soccer
  4. Which of these describes chrome? Steel plated iron, Laser buffed metal, Electroplated metal
  5. How many controllers did the original Sega Genesis come with? 2, 0, 1
  6. Which word is NOT a synonym for ‘giving authority’? Relegate, Delegate, Deputize
  7. A square with rounded edges is a mathematical term called what? Arctagon, Squircle, Rectazoid
  8. Which of these is NOT associated with the number 8 in Hinduism? Matchmaking, Wealth, Health
  9. Which of these movies is NOT about angels? Wings of Desire, Legion, Heavenly Creatures
  10. “Bobs & Sprites” refers to what? Fishing equipment, Computer animation, Soda industry
  11. Gian Carlo Menotti broke ground by writing the first opera for what? Television, Electronic instruments, Female vocalists
  12. Who won the first ever olympic medal in boxing’s heaviest weight class? Riddick Bowe, Tyrell Biggs, Lennox Lewis

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