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TRIVA: Most UK Number Ones

Which group has had the most UK Number One songs? It was The Beatles, of course!

With a total of 17 UK number one hits, The Beatles are still the holders of this record and I’m pretty sure that I will never see it being broken – well, unless… 114 more words


TRIVIA: Most UK Number Ones

Who has had the most UK Number One songs? This, possibly the most important record, is held by Elvis Presley.

He has had 21 chart-toppers, 18 of them different songs (three titles have topped the chart on two distinctly separate chart runs as part of the series of re-issues to commemorate what would have been Elvis’ 70th birthday in 2005). 70 more words


#EngKnowledge: Duke and Duchess of Sussex Royal Wedding Trivia

Saturday, 19 May 2018, saw the wedding of Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle, who were designed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shortly before the ceremony started. 373 more words


Trivia Question for May 17, 2018 – Red hair

Looking at people with red hair, Ireland has the highest percentage of the population at around 10%.

QUESTION: Which country has the second highest % of population with Red Hair? 28 more words


Trivia Question for April 26, 2018 – Schools named after U.S. Presidents

Keeping with the theme of trivia concerning US Presidents, Ronald Reagan was President from 1981 – 1989. He has 15 schools named after him.

We have had four other presidents since, not including President Trump. 64 more words


Trivia Question for April 19, 2018 – U.S. Airports

With the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush and the Southwest Airlines Engine explosion in the news, I opted to merge the two subjects for our trivia question tonight. 52 more words


#GrammarTrivia: Possessives with Gerunds

We all have that one friend who sings beautifully, albeit never considering singing as a professional career. What should we say to compliment him/her? Do we say, “ 764 more words