Through which organ does the body absorb most alcohol?
Which beverage is consumed most in the United States?
How many pints of Guiness beer are being consumed worldwide on St. Patrick's Day alone?
(ca: About 11 million)
As of 1999 how old is oldest human skeleton, found in Aramis Ethiopia, named Ardipithecus Ramidus?
(ca: 4.4 million years old)
What does MFP on toothpaste stand for?
(ca: Maximum Fluoride Protection) How heavy is 'Big Ben', the bell in the tower of the British House of Parliament?
(ca: 13 tons)
Dr. Seuss tried hard during his earlier years finding a publisher for his now famous book. How many publishers had declined, until one accepted?
In which country will you find the Automobile city 'Togliatti'?
(ca: Russia) What is so special about the ten-letter word 'typewriter'?
(ca: Only ten-letter word typed on the top keyboard)
What special name is given to the form of chess in which players are unaware of the each other's moves?
During World War I what was the brand name of lighter most often used by the American Troops?
(ca: The Smoke Stone)
What two animals appear on the Mexican flag?
(ca: Snake and Eagle)
During the Apollo 17 mission, what were the command and lunar module known as?
(ca: America and Challenger)
In which country was the world's first fire and plague insurance sold in 1151?
Which part of a chicken, in 'Old English' is called 'Marrythought'?
(ca: The Wishbone)
Which color was associated with Chinese Emperors, with all their clothing and surroundings being done in it?
What was the year when Mickey Mouse made his acting debut?