Here at TDB Computing we love hard trivia. Here are some of our favourites
What geothermal Icelandic site has the same name as a 1980 movie?
Which European country technically shares a border with Brazil, because one of its “overseas departments” does?
In printing, it’s the colour black. In chemistry, it’s potassium. In baseball, it’s a strikeout. Which letter is it?
Samuel Tilden, Grover Cleveland, Al Gore and Hillary Clinton share what distinction among unsuccessful U.S. presidential candidates?
What Scottish poet’s works inspired the book titles Of Mice and Men and Catcher in the Rye?
What Indian mausoleum was called a “teardrop... on the cheek of time” by Nobel Prize in Literature laureate Rabindranath Tagore?
Which letter is omitted from the names of a prominent GBTQ+ dating app, a website that hosts over 465 million blogs, and many other tech brands?
In a 2010 study, people found more mistakes when they marked essays with a pen of what colour?
What actor said, “If you had been a public figure since the time you were a toddler... maybe you too would value privacy above all else”?
What princess was traditionally called Badr al-Budur before Disney renamed her?