Who wrote the McDonald’s jingle, “I’m Lovin’ It?”
You can thank American rapper Pusha T for getting an endless refrain of “Ba da ba ba ba” stuck in your head, Rolling Stone reports. The jingle debuted in 2003 and turned into McDonald’s longest-running marketing campaign. Here’s a bonus bit of pop culture trivia: Justin Timberlake originally sang the tune, and he and Pharrell Williams often get credit for writing it as well.
In which of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle works did Sherlock Holmes say, “Elementary, my dear Watson?”
Tricked you again! Sir Arthur Conon Doyle never wrote that line. Here’s the real, often misquoted quote from Doyle’s short story, “The Crooked Man”: “Excellent!” I cried. “Elementary,” said he.
What does the Evil Queen say to her mirror in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs?
If you began your answer with “Mirror, mirror,” you’d be wrong. The line is actually “Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?” But to be fair, the English translation of the original Brothers Grimm story does actually say, “Mirror, mirror,” not “Magic mirror.” Test your Disney knowledge with this tricky Disney movie trivia quiz.
What color was Elvis Presley’s hair?
Blonde. According to his former hair stylist, the King had it dyed black every two to three weeks with a L’Oreal formula.
Which film won the first Oscar for best picture?
You Can’t Take It with You in 1939. Although the first Academy Awards were held in 1929, the gold statuettes weren’t officially called Oscars until ten years later. For the record, the first film to receive an Academy Award of Merit for best picture (then called Outstanding Production) was Wings. Don’t miss these trivia questions only geniuses get right.