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TEST: Can We Guess Your Age Based On Your General Knowledge?

Some people have their heads filled with little bits of trivia and random bits of general knowledge. But did you know the kind of general knowledge you know can be rather telling about your age? Who would have known that my vast knowledge on late 80s and early 90s Disney films would reveal my age? It’s incredible.

Testing your general knowledge is also a great way to work out your brain too. These general knowledge questions will have your brain running in tip top shape in no time at all!

Remembering to challenge your brain on a regular basis is key. What a lot of people forget it the key to a healthy body is through a healthy and active mind. What’s the point of driving a sports car is the engine is wrecked? So make sure your work out your brain at least every other day. Either by doing little general knowledge tests, or by solving brain teasers. It can seriously change your life.

This test will exam your answers, and determine your age. But be warned, some of these general knowledge questions are a little tricky.

Did we guess your age right? Tell us what age you got in the comments, and if it’s actually how old you are. Also don’t forget to share this with your friends and family.


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The year 2000 can best be described as the year that we — humanity as a whole — realized we had no idea how the world was about to change. One of the first omens was the fate of the website, Pets.com, which was launched in 1998. It was the perfect website at a time when everybody wanted a website. It had big-name backers. It had a mascot. It had a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. It had a commercial in the 2000 Super Bowl. It had millions and millions in funding and in February of 2000, it went public with an IPO price of $11 a share. The main problem was that it didn't have a business plan, and in November of that same year, the company's stock price fell to .19 a share. The company liquidated everything and nobody had a clue where it all went wrong.

Everything changed once 2000 hit. The years sped up, the globe got hotter, the Internet got cooler, populations increased and attention spans dwindled. It was supposed to be the year of flying cars and moving sidewalks, but we settled for clunky cell phones and free music. Tiger Woods was at the peak of his career. Britney Spears was up and coming. Michael Jordan finally stopped playing basketball. Beyonce was in a girl group. The dot-com bubble was about to burst. The country held the tightest presidential election in history. And we were in for a world of change. What do you know about the year 2000?


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Comments:

  1. Moogusar

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  2. Yozshuramar

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  3. Chet

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