Trivia Chicken: People, Places and Things

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Trivia Chicken, Mar 10, 2011 - 98 pages
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Trivia Chicken is a trivia game fully contained in a 5.25 inch x 8 inch trade paperback, including around 125 questions. Only pens and paper are needed to play the game. The game is expected to take around 2 hours and can be shortened if the players agree to skip sorties.This edition of the game, People, Places & Things, contains trivia questions that are intended for American adults, therefore some subject matter may not be as familiar to other consumers. We continue to develop games in a variety of languages and cultural points-of-view. If there is a game you would like to see, we would love to hear from you at suggestions@triviachicken.com.Games in this series include:Volume 1 - Heroes & VillainsVolume 2 - It's Geek to MeVolume 3 - Presidents & PoliticsVolume 4 - People, Places & ThingsVolume 5 - Movies & MediaVolume 6 - Rock & RollVolume 7 - Sports & RecreationVolume 8 - Tools & WeaponsVolume 9 - Women of DistinctionVolume 10 - Love, Sex & RomanceGet Trivia Chicken - Volume 0 - The Free Edition online!on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TriviaChickenon the Webhttp://www.triviachicken.comTrivia Chicken on Twitter - @TriviaChickenDo you know...Which is longer, the Tigris or Euphrates river?"Pure and complete sorrow is as impossible as pure and complete joy" is a quotation from what 1869 book by Leo Tolstoy?Who said "Marriage is a great institution, but I'm not ready for an institution,"?Where is Queen Maud Land, which became a dependency of Norway in 1939?Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau and Walt Whitman were proponents of what American school of thought?According to the World Health Organization, Luxembourg is the top consumer of alcohol per capita. Which country is number two?"Intensely competitive, provocative and wildly addictive, Trivia Chicken is, without a doubt, the new platinum standard in trivia games."
 

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