Ever feel like your brain is full of useless information? Trivia could be your chance to shine. Maybe you’ll win a point for knowing that Trivia Day falls on January 4th every year. You probably won’t though.
How to Celebrate
The obvious choice here is to spend your January 4th playing trivia at your local bar or restaurant. Perhaps you could listen to weekly radio game shows like Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me! or watch game shows like Jeopardy.
If you want to spice up your next birthday party or family gathering, make your own trivia! Remember that one episode of Friends? Reward right answers with snacks and punish wrong answers with public shaming. Or, raise the stakes and incorporate points, like betting your apartment...
Trivia is a great way to enjoy challenging your brain. Not only is it the perfect night out with coworkers, but you might learn something along the way. Be sure to keep an eye out for themed nights: TV shows, historical periods, sports history, etc. to celebrate Trivia Day.
“Game shows are designed to make us feel better about the random, useless facts that are all we have left of our education.”
― Chuck Palahniuk