Fun Facts Quiz

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Fun Facts Quiz

History
2011-12-29

Which of the following women was one of the first women world-wide to own a vibrator?

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Technology
2011-12-29

What made one of the world's first vibrators for sexual stimulation vibrate?

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Biology
2011-12-29

Which of the following animals can reproduce itself without a sexual act?

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Society
2011-12-29

According to Playboy Magazine, in which month do most Americans lose their virginity?

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Gastronomy
2011-12-29

Which of the following can you do if you want to improve your sexual performance?

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Gastronomy
2011-12-29

Which of the following ingredients would you typically chose if you were to put together a seductive meal?

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Technology
2011-12-29

Which famous womanizer is said to have used linen condoms when seducing his conquests?

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Technology
2011-12-29

How thick is an average condom?

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Society
2011-12-29

Which of the following European countries was the first to introduce mandatory sex education in school?

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Biology
2011-12-29

How long does an orgasm last for a female pig (a sow)?

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Biology
2011-12-29

What effect does the orgasm have for the sperm in female mammal's inner genitals?

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Biology
2011-12-29

Which shape does the penis of a male pig (a boar) have?

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History
2011-12-29

In ancient civilizations, removal of the human penis of fallen enemies was sometimes used as a means of what?

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Movies
2011-12-29

In which of the following films do the two main roles kiss an impressive 127 times?

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Movies
2011-12-29

How many times does Don Juan kiss in the film of the same name from 1926?

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Movies
2011-12-29

Which of the following films contains the longest kiss in film history?

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Movies
2011-12-29

Which Oscar-winning film was the first Hollywood film to feature a real tongue kiss?

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History
2011-11-25

From 1905 onwards, Lenin was exiled in Europe. When did he return to St. Petersburg?

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History
2011-11-22

When was the last person in France killed by being decapitated by a guillotine?

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History
2011-11-22

Who is the longest-ruling Head of State in the history of Europe?

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History
2011-11-22

According to a persistent rumour, George Washington had teeth made out of wood. An examination has shown that his false teeth were made out of a different material altogether. Which one?

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History
2011-11-22

The Red Baron is a flying ace, credited with more air combat victories than any other pilots. How many?

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History
2011-11-22

The Bank of England was founded in 1694 which makes it the world's...?

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History
2011-11-22

In 1799, one of Napoleon's soldiers found a stone making it possible to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphs. What is the famous stone called?

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Biology
2011-11-05

A male bee sticks his genitals into the queen bee. What happens to him afterwards?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Most men like to make themselves bigger than they are. This is also true for the frigatebird, but which colour is its heart-shaped balloon?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Female hyenas are both bigger and more powerful than their male counterparts. What else is special about the female hyena?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Giraffes are very tall animals, and tall animals have high blood-pressure. This means that mating is hard work for the male, and as such he checks first to make sure the female is in heat. How?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Most people are aware that dolphins are intelligent animals. But do you also know what is special about the male dolphin's penis?

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Biology
2011-11-05

What did they forget to tell us about clownfish in the cartoon 'Finding Nemo'?

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Biology
2011-11-05

How have zoos succeeded in having more pandas held in captivity mate?

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Biology
2011-11-05

This animal shoots a chalk dart into the partner before they copulate. Scientists are still not quite sure why, but which animal are we talking about?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Which of the following animals mate by the male piercing the female's body with his hypodermic genitalia and leaving his semen behind?

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Biology
2011-11-05

This animal pees on the female from up to 6 metres' distance before they copulate. Which animal are we referring to?

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Biology
2011-11-05

What is the gender mix in a typical ant's nest?

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Biology
2011-11-05

An argonaut is a weird kind of octopus. The size difference between males and females is enormous. How big is it?

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Biology
2011-11-05

If being a bit provocative, what could you call the mating ritual of Whiptail Lizards?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Anglerfish live in the deep sea and lure prey with a fishy growth on their head akin to a fishing reel. What characterises the relationship of two anglerfish?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Argentine lake ducks possess the longest penis of all birds. The duck itself measures some 40 cm. How long is its penis?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Which animal has the largest penis in the world?

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Biology
2011-11-05

Gorillas are the largest extant species of primates. How long are their penises?

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Language
2011-11-05

Which American actress once said that "Women might be able to fake orgasms. But men can fake whole relationships"?

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The Human
2011-11-05

How long is the longest erect penis ever measured?

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The Human
2011-11-05

How long is the shortest erect human penis ever recorded?

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History
2011-10-20

What was the name of the British ship which in 1789 became the scene of a famous mutiny?

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History
2011-10-20

In 1964, who became the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize?

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History
2011-10-20

Who said the famous words "I Have a Dream"?

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Sports
2011-07-01

Fausto Coppi dominated during his career as a cyclist, but died in 1960 from a disease contracted in the tropics. Which one?

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Sports
2011-07-01

How many hairpins are there on the 13.8 km climb up Alpe d'Huez, a legendary part of the Tour de France?

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Movies
2011-04-12

In 1973, this actor was the biggest taxpayer in the Us. Who is he?

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