Wed Jan 4th

National Trivia Day

Many people who accumulate and hoard tidbits of useless information on January 4th are commemorated on National Day. Of course, National Trivia Day is the National Trivia Day.

Each year, the holiday honors the collectors of unconnected, irrelevant data, facts, history, and quotes. They are the ones who usually deliver these often surprising portions of history when friends and family members least expect it.

The word "trivia" was used to describe something new in ancient times.

Informally trade concerns and answers about their youth's common culture. The first inter-collegiate quiz bowls were created by Columbia University students Ed Goodgold and Dan Carlinsky after writing trivia columns. They collected culturally (and emotionally) relevant yet virtually useless data. The students slammed the tests trivia competitions. TThey later published Trivia (Dell, 1966), the first book to discuss trivia in the modern new sense. This book also landed on the New York Times bestseller list, despite its ranking.

  • The word "trivia" has come to refer to obscure and arcane bits of dry information over time. It also refers to nostalgic remembrances of pop culture
  • Trivial Pursuit reached its high point in 1984, when customers bought over 20 million games
  • At the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point's college radio station WWSP 89.9 FM, Steven Point, Wisconsin, hosts the most recent trivia competition. The university hosted the 44th annual competition during the event in April 2013. Typically, 400 teams compete, ranging from 1 to 150 players. Anyone is eligible to participate in the competition. It took 54 hours to complete a weekend with eight questions per hour
  • Jeopardy!'s first season premiered on March 30, 1964

How to celebrate #nationaltriviaday

Are you into trivia? Are you into trivia? Challenge someone to a trivia quiz, attend a trivia night, or host one at home. Show off your trivia knowledge by showing off your trivia knowledge. While you're at it, find out how much you know about the National Days. See if you can answer these questions. We aren't even positive of the answers to some of them.

  • Is there a food holiday every day of the year?
  • How many chocolate holidays are there?
  • Our dogs are our favorite things Do you know how many pet holidays there are?
  • What is the earliest National Day on the calendar?
  • How many technology days are on the calendar? How many technology days are on the calendar?
  • With 7 Stories Behind Our Favorite Board Games, Beef of your trivia knowledge with 7 stories

History of national trivia day has influenced national trivia day

National Trivia Day was established by Puns Corps.'s Robert L Birch, a member of Puns Corps. As early as 1980, a year before the popular board game, Trivial Pursuit debuted, the first celebration took place.

Trivia FAQ

Q. Is there a benefit to playing trivia games?

A. Yes. Yes. Trivia games stimulate your brain and expose you to new information. Playing trivia games can improve cognitive skills such as memory, imagination, and problem solving.

Q. Is anyone good at trivia? Anybody can rule a particular field, particularly if it is something they are familiar with. A. Anyone can rule a certain field, particularly if it is something they are familiar with. Many that have the answers to virtually every topic tend to read a lot and have a great recall. Gather a team of people with common interests, and you may be on the winning team.

Q. What is the plural of trivia?

A. Trivia is plural. Tritium is the singular form of trivia.