Can You Pass This Trivia Quiz Without Google?

This tricky trivia quiz might tempt you to Google some answers, but in this test, Google is off limits! How many of these trivia questions can you answer without the help of the internet? It's time to find out!
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On the TV sitcom The Munsters, what was Lily Munster's maiden name?
Dracula
Cruella
Spongehike
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Which is the only U.S. state to produce coffee?
Alaska
Hawaii
Florida
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The name of what American state capital means "sheltered harbor"?
Albany
Honolulu
Raleigh
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What foreign government contributed the greatest amount of money for the relief of victims of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake?
China
Luxembourg
Japan
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When the bald eagle was first named, what was the meaning of the word "bald'?
Regal
Strong
White
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What two cities were linked by the Orient Express?
Paris and Istanbul
Beijing and Tokyo
London and Rome
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In England, what's a "bap"?
A beer
A gallon of water
A hamburger bun
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How many sides are there to a snow crystal?
Three
Four
Six
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What are the only two letters that are not on a telephone dial?
I and J
Q and Z
D and R
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What capital is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world?
Damascus, Syria
Paris, France
Beijing, China
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What is philematology?
The science of sex
The science of kissing
The science of feet
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What is a "tittle"?
A cucumber seed
The dot over the letters I and J
The tiny hairs on an insect
Result
Uh-oh, unfortunately this trivia quiz proved to be more of a flop than a flourish. Though you managed to guess on a few of these tricky questions, you could have used Google to answer the rest. Fret not friend, you put your knowledge to the test and learned something new. There's no failure in that!

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This quiz proved that you are a true trivia maven! We don't believe for a second that you even Googled one of these answers! Though the temptation may have been real, you put your knowledge to the test and proved that you're the trivia best!

B+, Trivia Maven

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This quiz revealed that you're a trivia master! No Google for you, not even once. With a broad and unique knowledge on a variety of topics, you aced this quiz like only a true trivia whiz can. Go ahead and brag a little, you've earned it!

A+, Trivia Master

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1
On the TV sitcom The Munsters, what was Lily Munster's maiden name?
Dracula
Cruella
Spongehike
2
Which is the only U.S. state to produce coffee?
Alaska
Hawaii
Florida
3
The name of what American state capital means "sheltered harbor"?
Albany
Honolulu
Raleigh
4
What foreign government contributed the greatest amount of money for the relief of victims of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake?
China
Luxembourg
Japan
5
When the bald eagle was first named, what was the meaning of the word "bald'?
Regal
Strong
White
6
What two cities were linked by the Orient Express?
Paris and Istanbul
Beijing and Tokyo
London and Rome
7
In England, what's a "bap"?
A beer
A gallon of water
A hamburger bun
8
How many sides are there to a snow crystal?
Three
Four
Six
9
What are the only two letters that are not on a telephone dial?
I and J
Q and Z
D and R
10
What capital is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world?
Damascus, Syria
Paris, France
Beijing, China
11
What is philematology?
The science of sex
The science of kissing
The science of feet
12
What is a "tittle"?
A cucumber seed
The dot over the letters I and J
The tiny hairs on an insect