Question: An early draft of which book was reportedly carried ashore by the author during the D-Day invasion?
“Catcher in the Rye”
“The Great Gatsby”
“The Art of the Deal”
Answer: J. D. Salinger wrote his most famous book during World War II. Salinger served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was involved in the 1944 invasion of Normandy. From the day he landed on Utah Beach on D-Day,
The answer is: “Catcher in the Rye”
Riddle: A man was just doing his job when his suit was torn. Why did he die three minutes later?
This riddle may seem a little confusing at first glance. However, if you think carefully, it is not at all difficult to find the answer to this riddle. Think of such a profession that it is not possible to do it without a work suit. In fact, it is not even possible to survive without workwear.
Can you think of an answer? Yes, the answer is an astronaut. The astronaut in the riddle was on apace walk doing repairs. He died three minutes after his suit was torn because it is not possible to breathe without suit in space.
The answer is: He was an astronaut on a space walk, doing repairs.
Trivia Question: Which member of the Royal Family competed in the Olympics?
Answer: Princess Anne is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. Anne was a top-tier equestrian during the 1970s, competing in international competitions as part of Britain’s national team. She became the first member of the Royal Family to compete in the Olympic Games when she rode The Queen’s horse, Goodwill, in the equestrian three-day event at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games. Unfortunately, the team did not win a medal, and Anne finished 24th (in a field of 49 competitors) in the individual competition.
Answer is: Princess Anne
Trivia Question: The final letter of the Greek alphabet, is also the name of which of the following?
Answer: Omega is the 24th and final letter in the Greek alphabet. Omega is also one of the most popular and well-known watchmakers in the world. The brand officially achieved rock-star status when John F. Kennedy wore a gold Omega Ultra-Thin tank watch to his inauguration ceremony in 1961. James Bond has worn an Omega in every “007” film since 1995, and the Omega Speedmaster Pro was even on the wrist of Buzz Aldrin as he took his first steps on the Moon. Omega has been the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games since 1932.
The answer is: Watchmaker
Riddle: I’m one of five, I’m not alive. The one who sent me forth became king, The one who received me died. What am I?
If you haven’t heard a story from the Bible before, it can be difficult for you to find and understand the answer to this riddle. However, this riddle will not be difficult for you if you are familiar with Bible stories because what is mentioned in this riddle is from a very popular Biblical story.
If you still do not understand, let me explain! What is mentioned in this riddle is a stone from the popular Biblical story, David had five stones. He used one of the stones to kill Goliath. Therefore, he became the king and Goliath died.
Answer: A Stone from the popular Biblical story, David had five stones. He used one of the stones to kill Goliath.
Trivia Question: U.S. battleships are traditionally named after what?
Answer: U.S. Navy battleships by law, are named for states, except for the USS Kearsarge which was named by an act of Congress. Each of the 48 contiguous states has had at least one battleship named for it except Montana; two battleships were authorized to be named Montana but both were cancelled before construction started. Alaska and Hawaii did not become states until 1959, after the end of battleship building, but the battlecruiser, or “Large Cruiser,” USS Alaska was built during World War II and her sister, USS Hawaii, was begun but never completed.
The answer is: States
Trivia question: Which president does not share a birthday with the other two?
Warren G. Harding
James K. Polk
Donald J. Trump
Answer: There have been five sets of presidents that have been born in the same year, but only two presidents that have been born on the same date. James K. Polk (11th president) and Warren G. Harding (29th) were both born on November 2, seven decades apart. Polk was born six years after George Washington took the oath of office, while Harding’s birth came mere months after Abraham Lincoln’s assasination. Besides sharing the same birthday, both men were elected president for only one term, and both were considered “dark horse” presidential candidates
The answer is: Donald J. Trump