Can You Get More Than 11 Right on This Master of Common Facts Quiz?

By: Talin Vartanian
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About This Quiz

There are a wide variety of common facts that you may or may not know about. Some facts have to do with animals, while other facts relate to logos, food and countries. If you're a fan of random and fun facts, then this is the perfect quiz for you! Even if you don't know many fun facts, we encourage you to see how many answers you can get right. 

Here's a brief warm-up question for you: The city of Melbourne was founded by a man named John Batman. Before the name "Melbourne" took effect, what was this city going to be called? The answer would be ... Batmania! In fact, Batmania was the temporary name of this city before "Melbourne" took over! 

When it comes to fun facts, sometimes it's best to deduce an answer through a question's context clues. You can also use the method of process of elimination to narrow down your answers. And if all else fails, be sure to use the hints that we have provided you for each question. But the real question is, are you a master of common facts? If you're ready for some more fun, then it's time for you to take this quiz right now!

The word "aglets" are associated with which of the following items?

How many seeds (on average) are on a McDonald's Big Mac bun?

The equivalent of -40°C is which of the following temperatures?

Which of these animals can hear ultrasound?

The skin of which of these animals was initially used to create bagpipes?

When was Diet Coke invented?

The longest word in the English language is "pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis," but do you know what it means?

In Switzerland, you are not allowed to own just ________ guinea pig(s).

What does a "pangram" refer to?

Do you know which date celebrates World Tourism Day?

When is Black History Month?

If you want to make a phone call to Antarctica, which of these country codes do you need to dial first?

Which of these creatures cannot jump?

When it comes to a standard deck of playing cards, which of these "kings" does not have a mustache​?

If you're studying Gelotology, you are studying the field of __________.

If you have a feeling that a duck is watching you from some part of the world, what kind of phobia do you have?

How many acres of pizza are consumed by Americans on a daily basis?

If you're referring to a group of crows, which of these words should you use?

Why does Heinz have the number "57" on all of their bottles of ketchup?

What hidden number can be found on the back of a US $5 bill?

What was the profession of Charlie Brown's father?

What was the first commercial product that was scanned with a bar code?

If you can read the same word forward and backward, what is this type of word called?

What was Walt Disney's first movie?

What compelled Dr. Seuss to write "Green Eggs and Ham"?

What would happen if you lift up a kangaroo's tail from the ground?

What was the original name of the planet Uranus?

Which of these planets is not a "naked eye planet"?

Why do bananas have a curved shape?

Which of the following is not classified as a vegetable?

What is the correct name for "baby spiders"?

What color is the blood of an octopus?

How many hearts does a hagfish have?

The famous McDonald's McRib sandwich contains how many ingredients?

What is the hidden number in the famous Baskin-Robbins logo?

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