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Conversation starters

  1. What's a piece of trivia about you that you think I might not know?
  2. If you could win a trivia contest in any category, what would it be?
  3. What's the most surprising thing you've learned about me so far?
  4. How do you think our backgrounds and experiences shape our knowledge and interests?

Fun Facts...

  1. Trivia nights originated in the 1970s in the UK as pub quizzes, a way to draw customers on slower nights.
  2. The smallest things often make the biggest impact in relationships; remembering the little details can strengthen your bond.
  3. The Guinness World Record for the largest trivia quiz is held by a event in Belgium with 2,280 participants.

Tips & Alternatives

  1. Mix It Up: Include a variety of question types, such as multiple choice, true or false, and open-ended questions.
  2. Use Props: Bring along items or photos to serve as visual clues or memory aids for some of your questions.
  3. Keep Score Lightly: Remember, the aim is to have fun and learn about each other, not to win.
  4. Plan a Reward: Decide on a fun or sweet reward for the winner, like getting to choose the next movie you watch together or a special treat.
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