The Third Book of General Ignorance: QI: Quite Interesting

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"Trivia buffs and know-it-alls alike will exult to find so much repeatable wisdom gathered in one place."--New York Times
"The Book of General Ignorance won't make you feel dumb. It's really a call to be more curious."--The Associated Press
From the brains behind The Book of General Ignorance comes another wonderful collection of the most outrageous, fascinating, and unbelievable facts, taking on the hugely popular form of the first and second book in the internationally bestselling series. In this collection the great minds behind the Quite Interesting series, address even more outrageous mistakes and misunderstandings. Whether it's history, science, sports, geography, literature, language, medicine, the classics, or common wisdom, you'll be astonished to discover that everything you thought you knew is still totally wrong. In this most recent volume readers will be treated to questions such as:
  • Who invented the sandwich?
  • What was the best thing before sliced bread?
  • Who first ate frogs' legs?
  • Which cat never changes its spots?
  • What did Lady Godiva do?
    The Third Book of General Ignorance gathers together 180 questions and show why, when it comes to general knowledge, none of us knows anything at all.
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    October 5, 2018