The World’s Easiest Quiz
True or False: The four main directions of a compass (North, East, West, South) were the inspiration for the origination of the word "News."
Which fast-food chain makes the Whopper?
- Burger King
- Taco Bell
Based on this given sequence, what is the missing odd number in the line: 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 13?
Who wrote the entire Harry Potter book series?
- F. Scott Fitzgerald
- George R.R. Martin
- J.R.R. Tolkien
- J.K. Rowling
What insect is known for eating and eating until it finally hibernates into a cocoon, to emerge as a butterfly?
What Northeastern city has been called the City of Brotherly Love?
- Boston, MA
- New York, NY
- Philadelphia, PA
- Pittsburgh, PA
What was the first-ever full-length animated feature film created by Disney that starred a young girl living in a cabin with seven other guys?
- Alice in Wonderland
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
- The Little Mermaid
If you owned a house, sold it, and then purchased another house from your cousin before buying three more houses from your friend, neighbor, and uncle but then only sold one of the houses, then who did your purchase the first house from?
Which of the following colors is not in a rainbow?
Of the following options, which answer includes a shape, a color, and an animal?
- Fox, triangle, red
- Blue, square, river
- Ice Cream, dog, yellow
- Shark, black, cabin
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World's Easiest Quiz
Easy is a subjective word used to describe the level of difficulty one is about to experience before embarking on their journey. But when you change it to easiest, it is no longer subjective. To claim something is the easiest, it has to be more approachable than other comparable tasks. "Easiest" is a superlative adjective that means achieved without great effort or presenting few difficulties. In other words, claiming to be the easiest means you have to remove any obstacles that might stop a human brain from using common sense.