10 FREE True OR False Trivia Questions

First, ask the Audience to stand. You then read the questions one by one and ask them to pick Heads (True) or Tails (False) by placing their hands on their head or their bum. The last one standing wins the round and whatever prize you decide to give out. (Remember to keep the prize simple, this round is just for a bit of fun and to keep people entertained.)

1) In Ancient Greece, crushed bones, burnt oyster shells and dried animal parts were used to make toothpaste. (True)

2) The last words of the famous whiskey distiller Jack Daniels were “One last drink, please.” which was later used in an advertising campaign for his whiskey. (True)

3) Elizabeth Taylor was the first Hollywood actress to appear on a postage stamp. (False, Grace Kelly)

4) According to the 'Big Mac Index', Brazil has the most expensive Big Macs in the world. (False, Switzerland)

5) Saturn's largest moon, Titan has an earth like cycle of liquids flowing. (True)

6) The invention of which pedometer is attributed to Thomas Jefferson. (False, he introduced it into the USA. Was invented by AbrahamLouis Perrelet )

7) Chris Evert was the first woman tennis player to win $1 million. (True)

8) The Middle Ages lasted from the 5th to the 15th century. (True)

9) In a criminal case, a defendant may appeal a guilty verdict, but the government may not appeal if a defendant is found not guilty. (True)

10) The first DVD was released in 1997. (True)

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