Trivial Pursuits: The Complete Idiots Guide to Fun FAQ's Review
Posted Jan 14 2009 7:59pm
I love to play games, and so does the rest of my family so we have a wide variety of them. We have plenty of games that we can play with young children plus a few left over from our Newlywed years including Trivial Pursuit. Brett and I are fairly evenly matched on trivia...it's the subject matter that makes the difference.
For instance, I now know that the original terminus points for the Orient Express were Paris, France and Istanbul, Turkey. Take that Benbridge scholars! :)
But what about you? How about the answers to:
What is the only Lucky Charms marshmallow that has not changed since the cereal's introduction?
What is the real first name of golf phenom Tiger Woods?
What do TV characters Ernie Douglass (My Three Sons), Bamm-Bamm Rubble (The Flintstones), and Webster Long (Webster) have in common?
What word for a socially inept person was coined by Dr. Suess in his book If I Ran the Zoo?
And if you know the answers to all of those, you ARE good! Those answers and more can be found right there in the book.
What DO I Say? Seriously, it was a lot to fun to read. Because it is simply a listing of facts, it is a fast read as well. The scope of the trivia was quite broad - from Sports to Babies to History to TV to Food and more. I cannot imagine anyone not being entertained byThe Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fun FAQsand you learn a lot in the process. A great gift again, for the hard to buy for crowd.