RULES OF PLAY::

NAMES: Full name or last name only is acceptable,places such as 'Philly' are also acceptable. For kings, queens and other rulers, name and regnal number and/or name and surname/ sobriquet are acceptable (e.g. Alexander the Great or Elizabeth II), unless otherwise required by the host.
ABBREVIATIONS: Abbreviations are not permitted except forSt. (Saint), Mt.(Mount), Mr. and Mrs. Only by the host announcing beforehand that specific exceptions will be made.
SPELLING AND TYPOS: As long as words are phonetically correct,they will be accepted. Typographical errors will be accepted at the discretion of the host.
NO COPYING: In the spirit of fair play, copying other people's answers is NOT acceptable.
GOOGLING: Googling an answer during the game is NOT allowed.We do encourage players to do further research on questions after the game, however.
PARTS OF THE ANSWER WITHIN QUESTIONS: If part of the answer is in the question, such as 'On what mountain did Noah's ark come to rest?' players do not need to repeat the word 'mountain' in the answer. The word 'Ararat' will suffice.
ERRORS: If you believe a question or answer to be in error, please notify the host after the game. The host will do his/her best to investigate the problem and, if need be, adjust the score accordingly.
NO RACIAL EPITHETS.Racial or ethnic slurs --used in ANY manner-- will not be tolerated.
What happens in Total-Trivia stays in Total-Trivia.We want a happy, feud-free room. HOSTS ARE THE ULTIMATE JUDGES: The host is the ultimate decision-maker in each game. Be kind to your host. After all, he/she has gone through a great effort to create a high quality quiz and trivia environment for you. Have fun and learn!

Schedule

    Monday
  • 9pm (EST, USA : 1am GMT)- Host Sally

    Tuesday
  • 9pm (EST, USA : 1am GMT) - Guest Host

    Wednesday
  • 9:00pm (EST, USA : 1am GMT) - Host Bob

    THursday
  • 9pm (EST, USA : 1am GMT) - Host Biscuit

    Friday
  • 9pm (EST, USA : 1am GMT)- Host Hez

Shoutbox

From: Maverick - 11/13/2020 - I kid you not, The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald was not Gordon Lightfoot's only, or even first, song about a maritime disaster that took place in November. Thursday was the 55th anniversary of the sinking of the cruise ship Yarmouth Castle which caught fire and sank 11/12/65. 90 people were killed and Lightfoot did "The Ballad of Yarmouth Castle" in 1969. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwRHTy4WCQs

From: Maverick - 11/10/2020 - The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down Of the big lake they call Gitche Gumee The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead When the skies of November turn gloomy.... Today is the 45th Anniversary of the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald which is an important number since the song runs about 45 minutes.

From: Maverick - 09/20/2020 - If you can see this, you're seeing the new site and all is well. Or at least mostly well.

From: Heatherly - 09/18/2020 - This song didn't help me with my typing tonight ... https://youtu.be/cy2jWJtO3lE Thanks anyway, Mickey Mouse Club!

From: Maverick - 08/21/2020 - Some things needed to be made clear regarding last night. viewtopic.php?f=2&t=580