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One question each - winner makes the next trivia. Google allowed.

First question - which city is the coldest on earth with a record low of -67.8 celcius in January?

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I would like to phone a friend.

Nice idea, i was thinking of doing something like this in question a member thread.

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1 hour ago, Blue said:

One question each - winner makes the next trivia. Google allowed.

First question - which city is the coldest on earth with a record low of -67.8 celcius in January?

Peru?

 

How many shits did I go for yesterday?

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1 hour ago, Blue said:

One question each - winner makes the next trivia. Google allowed.

First question - which city is the coldest on earth with a record low of -67.8 celcius in January?

Yakutsk in Russia? Or Oymyakon?

What's the furthest point on the earths surface away from the centre?

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1 minute ago, Harry said:

Yakutsk in Russia? Or Oymyakon?

What's the furthest point on the earths surface away from the centre?

Top of Mount Everest? 

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1 minute ago, Harry said:

Yakutsk in Russia? Or Oymyakon?

What's the furthest point on the earths surface away from the centre?

Close, Verkhonyask.

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1 minute ago, Eco said:

Top of Mount Everest? 

Nope. The earth is not a perfect sphere. The equator is further from the centre than the north pole. 

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14 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

Google allowed xD

Some of these questions will be harder than what most people's knowledge reaches out, on a relatively small community anyways. Don't know what you're blabbing on about.

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35 minutes ago, Blue said:

Some of these questions will be harder than what most people's knowledge reaches out, on a relatively small community anyways. Don't know what you're blabbing on about.

A classic case of: TETBT

To
Early
To
Be
Triggered. 

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My comment was harmless xD pipe down fucking piranhas!

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3 hours ago, Harry said:

What's the furthest point on the earths surface away from the centre?

The summit of Mount Chimborazo. I absolutely didn't Google it :ph34r:

Seriously though, using Google is no fun... maybe just change the question if nobody gets the right answer after a while? Otherwise, a good idea for a thread.

Anyway, next question - which animal lives underground for several years and emerges only to reproduce?

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17 hours ago, nudge said:

 

Anyway, next question - which animal lives underground for several years and emerges only to reproduce?

My Dad

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21 hours ago, nudge said:

The summit of Mount Chimborazo. I absolutely didn't Google it :ph34r:

Seriously though, using Google is no fun... maybe just change the question if nobody gets the right answer after a while? Otherwise, a good idea for a thread.

Anyway, next question - which animal lives underground for several years and emerges only to reproduce?

Moles?

Worms?

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4 minutes ago, Harry said:

Moles?

Worms?

No.

A hint: it's an insect.

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1 minute ago, Eco said:

Cicadas? 

Yes! Some can apparently spend as much as 17 years underground before surfacing to reproduce O.o

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3 minutes ago, nudge said:

Yes! Some can apparently spend as much as 17 years underground before surfacing to reproduce O.o

Still not as long as some members on here. 

What area of the world has the lowest population of rats? 

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11 minutes ago, Eco said:

Still not as long as some members on here. 

What area of the world has the lowest population of rats? 

Antarctic? 

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2 minutes ago, nudge said:

Antarctic? 

One would think, but no. 

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3 minutes ago, Devon Von Devon said:

@Eco New Zealand ?

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Looking for an area within a Country, but for the hint, I'll see mention that the location is in @Blue's second home country

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11 minutes ago, Devon Von Devon said:

Quebec

Other side of the Country

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Saskatchewan. Because it's a cool name.

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2 minutes ago, nudge said:

Saskatchewan. Because it's a cool name.

Go just a little more West

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I'm about to head out and be gone all weekend. SO @nudge, I'll give you the nod. 

But so we are all clear..the answer is...Alberta. 

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Within the interior of Alberta, most residents know that Alberta is rat-free and there is a program to keep it that way. Most public education is directed toward identification of rats and rat signs. The discovery of a rat in Edmonton or Calgary receives full media coverage

 

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Name those three countries whose former national flags used to be a plain unicolor flag ?

Hint

the colors were white, green and black 

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