Can You Get An 8/10 On This Random knowledge Quiz?

It is now time to test your knowledge about random things in life.

  • In the nursery rhyme, what did the itsy bitsy spider do?

    • Sheltered from the drought.
    • Climbed up the water spout.
  • What were the names of the two brothers who both successfully flew the first free controlled airplane?

    • Wilbur & Orville Wright
    • William & Orson Wright
  • A sconce typically hangs on a…

    • Refrigerator
    • Wall
  • The asteroid belt is between which two planets in our solar system?

    • Mars and Jupiter
    • Jupiter and Saturn
  • In 79 A.D., Mount Vesuvius erupted covering which Italian city in thick layers of ash?

    • Turin
    • Pompeii
  • Who was the first member to leave One Direction?

    • Zayn Mallik
    • Harry Styles
  • Which is the primary difference between sushi and sashimi?

    • Sashimi traditionally is topped with sesame seeds while sushi is not.
    • Sashimi is raw meat served without rice, whereas sushi has rice, nori, and may or may not have meat.
  • Which of the following cities is below the equator?

    • Dubai
    • Rio De Janerio
  • Which letter is between the “X” and “V” on a QWERTY keyboard?

    • C
    • F
  • Abraham Lincoln’s nickname was _______ Abe.

    • Honest
    • Brave

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