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Last updated: May 26, 2023
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What are the only two countries where you CAN'T buy Coca-Cola?
North Korea
What sportsman has the nickname CR7?
Cristiano Ronaldo
What was the common term for a living room in the 19th century?
Parlor / Drawing room
What kind of bullet do you need to kill a werewolf?
Silver bullet
In what country was Elon Musk born?
South Africa
What Marvel movie is about a god getting sent to earth?
What couple was paid a reported $100 million by Netflix in 2022 to tell their story?
Harry and Meghan
What gas makes soda bubbly?
Carbon dioxide
What rock band recorded "Panama" and "Hot for Teacher"?
Van Halen
What TV show follows the story of a chemistry teacher who becomes a drug kingpin?
Breaking Bad
With a population of under 400,000, what founding member of NATO remains the
smallest of the member nations?
What car company was started in 1963 to compete with Ferarri?
You might not realize it, but unless you live in an area with lots of light pollution,
you've probably seen two different gas giants. Name one of them.
Jupiter / Saturn
What surface are the tennis matches played on at the French Open?
What notable battle took place in Belgium in 1815?
Battle of Waterloo
What animal's scientific name is Equus ferus caballus?
What common French first name means "man from France"?
What popular holiday did Pakistan's high court ban from public places in 2017?
Valentine's Day
What were Pavarotti, Domingo, and Carreras known as collectively?
The Three Tenors
Level 77
May 28, 2023
I guess Luxembourg’s population isn’t quite as small as I assumed. Interesting!
Level 82
May 28, 2023
Sussex should work
Level ∞
May 28, 2023
Level 84
May 28, 2023
Actually tried Groundhog Day for the Pakistan question. Nearly didn't come up with that one.
Level 79
May 31, 2023
Tried Rigel for the gas giant question.
Level 65
Jun 12, 2023
I tried The Sun, The Milky Way, The Crab Nebula. Never thought of typing a planet.
Level 64
Jun 2, 2023
The coca-cola question is out of date, it's now 3 countries where you can't officially buy it as they've pulled out of Russia.

(There is a lot of it still on sale in Russia though due to grey market imports but the same is true of Cuba.)

Level 41
Jun 14, 2023
Now I'm wondering, can you buy Coca Cola in Vatican?
Level 66
Feb 22, 2024
Thought so too, but there are cafe's in the Vatican
Level 74
Sep 21, 2023
Typo :


Level 79
Dec 29, 2023
seconded: ferrari
Level 66
Jan 13, 2024
Well, it seems like the Habib Gulzar Beverage company and official Coca Cola bottling facility, built in 2006, is still standing at, Ground Floor, Kabul 2000, Afghanistan. No idea whether it's still running, or how many bottles of Coca Cola were turned out in the 15 years of the bankrolled puppet state.
Level 56
Mar 9, 2024
Since when and where has Valentine's day been a holiday? Isn't it just a saint's day in some Christian churches?
Level 66
Mar 21, 2024
That threw me as well. I think the word 'holiday' is used differently in different countries.
Level 62
Mar 21, 2024
Agreed. Not a holiday (generally). From WIkipedia - "Saint Valentine's Day is not a public holiday in any country,"
Level 72
Mar 18, 2024
Only 32% knew Van Halen, this makes me very sad :((((
Level 23
Mar 21, 2024
nice quiz
Level 39
Mar 21, 2024
Lamborghini were founded in 1948, making tractors. They did start to make and sell cars in 1963, and didn't split into 2 companies till 1973.
Level 20
Mar 21, 2024
Can you accept Lambo for Lamborghini please?
Level 65
Apr 18, 2024
The Coca-Cola question is for sure ambiguous:

Of course, you can buy Coca-Cola in Cuba in many restaurants. It's imported from Mexico, as far as I know.

When it comes to official/direct sales, I wonder how is the situation in Afghanistan, Iran and nowadays also in Russia and Belarus.

I am also curious whether The Coca-Cola Company is delivering itself its products to small island nations (e.g. in the Pacific) or whether local businesses bring it themselves (e.g. from Australia or New Zealand) which then would be the same situation as in Cuba.