Did you know that the pub quiz originated in the UK in the 1970s? It was developed by a company in order to shore up slow nights in pubs. Did you know that the word "trivia" is linked to Classical Latin and loosely translates to "three roads?" It refers to three parts of education; grammar, rhetoric, and logic. The notion of something being "trivial" relates to a lesser level of education which some consider the liberal arts to be.
Did you know that the zebra's stripes aren't there just because of camouflage? Recent studies have found that the stripes also aid tremendously in helping keep the odd-looking ungulates cool in the Africa heat.
Did you know that the game, Trivial Pursuit, was developed after its inventors discovered that there were pieces missing while playing a game of Scrabble? They were frustrated at the moment and ended up coming up with the concept for their own game. The game went on to sell millions of units, and in the year 1984, 20 million games were sold.