New Trivia Questions from “Page-A-Day” 2/23

This week’s questions:

  1. What words does Lady Gaga have tattooed on her left arm as a tribute to her fans?
  2. What strange Southeast Asian mammal smells like a batch of fresh, hot buttered popcorn?
  3. What emergency use was made of coconut water by British and Japanese medics during World War II?
  4. For what alleged minor offense was Martin Luther King Jr. arrested and jailed in January 1956 while he was leading the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott?
  5. What Hollywood heartthrob provided the voice of Sparky, Stan’s gay dog, in the animated TV comedy South Park?

This week’s answers:

  1. “Little Monsters,” which is what she affectionately calls her followers.
  2. The binturong, which is also known as the Asian bearcat.
  3. It served as an intravenous fluid to rehydrate patients. Coconut water, which is found in young coconuts, acts like a saline solution when mixed with plasma.
  4. Driving 30 mph in a 25 mph zone, an offense that usually resulted in a citation rather than an arrest. Four days after his arrest–his first ever–King’s house was bombed.
  5. George Clooney, in an episode originally aired in 1997.

Source: Workman Publishing/”Page-A-Day”

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