Can You Pass The Nerdiest True Or False Quiz Ever?

Have you amassed a knowledge on many random facts throughout the years? Do you think that you could put those facts to use by passing the nerdiest true or false quiz ever? Take these 12 questions and find out!
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True or false: An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.
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True or false: The actor who played the father on Family Matters also voiced Shredder in the '80s-'90s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon.
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True or false: Taco Bell is named after its founder, Glen Bell.
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True or false: The average 10-gallon hat only holds about three quarts.
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True or false: The creator of SpongeBob SquarePants used to teach quantum physics.
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True or false: Cat's urine glows under a black light.
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True or false: The phrase 'O.M.G.' was used in 1917 in a letter to Winston Churchill.
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True or false: Toyota has announced that the official plural of 'Prius' is 'Priuses'.
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True or false: The first webcam watched a coffee pot.
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True or false: The sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel is 777.
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True or false: When David Hasselhoff divorced, he lost possession of the catchphrase 'Don't Hassle the Hoff'.
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True or false: Before Google launched Gmail, 'G-Mail' was the name of a free email service offered by Garfield's website.
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Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true or false triumph! While you didn't exactly pass this nerdy true or false quiz, you still demonstrated a good idea of what makes something a fact and something fiction. You have a strong trivia base knowledge. With a little time and effort, you'll be ruling every quiz!

C+, True Or False Triumph

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are true or false terrific! Well done, you passed this nerdy true or false quiz with flying colors. It's clear to us that you are well versed in all things "nerdy." Don't be ashamed, embrace your inner nerd and don't be afraid to show all of your awesome knowledge off the to world!

B+, True Or False Terrific

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Based on the results of this quiz you are true or false amazing! You passed this nerdy true or false quiz with immaculate ease and skill. We take it you might be a bit of a nerd. Rest assured, we're all nerds here. Knowledge is power and it's never something to be ashamed of. Let your nerd flag fly high because you're amazing!

A+, True Or False Amazing

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1
True or false: An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.
True
False
2
True or false: The actor who played the father on Family Matters also voiced Shredder in the '80s-'90s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon.
True
False
3
True or false: Taco Bell is named after its founder, Glen Bell.
True
False
4
True or false: The average 10-gallon hat only holds about three quarts.
True
False
5
True or false: The creator of SpongeBob SquarePants used to teach quantum physics.
True
False
6
True or false: Cat's urine glows under a black light.
True
False
7
True or false: The phrase 'O.M.G.' was used in 1917 in a letter to Winston Churchill.
True
False
8
True or false: Toyota has announced that the official plural of 'Prius' is 'Priuses'.
True
False
9
True or false: The first webcam watched a coffee pot.
True
False
10
True or false: The sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel is 777.
True
False
11
True or false: When David Hasselhoff divorced, he lost possession of the catchphrase 'Don't Hassle the Hoff'.
True
False
12
True or false: Before Google launched Gmail, 'G-Mail' was the name of a free email service offered by Garfield's website.
True
False