Not-So-Trivial Trivia

Trivial Pursuit
Trivial Pursuit (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This blog is about Canada and Canadians.  History, trivia … just about anything you can think of — and lots more to come!

There are many ways to learn trivia.  For instance, have you ever played the board game Trivial Pursuit?  It’s a lot of fun.

88 million people agree with me.  The game’s creators are Scott Abbott and Chris Haney, of Montreal.  They created it in Montreal, and reportedly made $500,000 for every $1,000 put into it!  That’s a heck of a return!!

Sites to visit are Hasbro Games; and you can play online at Pogo.com; and you can see how to play it on YouTube. Want a book with a collection of Questions and Answers in the game? Then I suggest The Ultimate TRIVIAL PURSUIT Question & Answer Book.

A sad note, however, The Globe and Mail reports on Chris Haney’s passing.

 

6 comments

  1. In high school, my group of friends would have a trivial pursuit night once a month (huge geeks!) The guys were so competitive, they would study the cards… The girls still usually won.

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  2. My family and friends have enjoyed Trivial Pursuit for years. It brought us hours of fun, competition and challenge. Sorry to hear of one of the founder’s passing…

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    • Yes, it is too bad. However, he did find success in his efforts. And, oh how we enjoy it, eh?
      Thanks for dropping by, Theresa, and for the comment! 🙂

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