The Best Sports Trivia Question

A friend of mine recently asked what I consider to be the best sports trivia question I’ve ever heard. It requires a broad level of knowledge and is something that can usually be figured out, but not immediately. The question is: Of the four major sports leagues (MLB, NHL, NBA, and NFL), there are 9… Read more

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27 Random Facts and Trivia

A collection of random facts and trivia. Read up, these could win you money on Jeopardy or a free drink at the bar someday. Heinz Catsup leaving the bottle travels at 25 miles per year. A hummingbird weighs less than a penny. One in every 4 Americans has appeared on television. The State of Florida… Read more

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15 Things You Didn’t Know Had Names

There are just certain things that you never would think would have a name, but in fact they do. Here are 15 Things You Didn’t Know Had Names: aglet – the tip of a shoelace made of plastic. armscyes – the armholes on a shirt. ferrule – the protective point or knob at the end… Read more

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People Trivia: A Fun Team-Building Exercise

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One of my favorite team-building exercises is simply called “people trivia.” The name says it all: it’s trivia about the people in your organization and it provides the perfect opportunity to learn more about your fellow co-workers. How It Works The setup for people trivia is easy: a month leading up to an organizational event… Read more

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Use Bulletin Boards to Build a Community

One of the great things about office humor is that it doesn’t need to be anything super involved–something as simple as a work bulletin board can do wonders for building a sense of humor in the office. When I was a Resident Advisor in college, we were required to post a new topic to bulletin… Read more

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