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TRUE or FALSE TRIVIA ROUND 30th December 2020

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) Prince wrote The Bangles first big hit, "Manic Monday". (True)

2) Isaac Newton named his dog Apple. (False, His dogs name was diamond)

3) Caffeine is actually white in color. (True)

4) Over 2% of our atmosphere is made up of argon. (False, .001% )

5) London was home to the world's first skyscraper, a 10-storey building erected in 1885. (False, it was Chicago. USA)

6) A single strand of hair can hold up to 3 ounces of weight. That means the typical person’s full head of hair can support up to 12 tonnes. (True)

7) A New Jersey man flunked out of law school and subsequently sued the school for having accepted him in the first place. (True)

8) The earliest written recipes for hummus have been found in 13th-century cookbooks from Cairo. (True)

9) Ocean liner stewardess Violet Jessop was on board during the three largest ship sinkings in history: the Titanic, the Britannic, and the Olympic. (True)

10) In Bolivia, the numerals on the clock that adorns the congress building in La Paz have been reversed and the hands set to run anticlockwise. (True)

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