Trevor is one of those names whereby you know a Trevor or you don't, but few people, if any, will know two Trevors. Through this magazine you now know a Trevor of your very own.  This particular  Trevor is one of those friends who can bore you to the back teeth until the time comes to take part in a quiz. That's when he changes from being an arch bore    to an absolutely essential best friend and side-kick if you're that desperate to win a box of chocolates or a cheap bottle of wine.

Each week Trevor will fill your head with info that is far more interesting than the person who is passing on such  pearls of wisdom.   7 items of trivia every week, one for each day of the week.



1.  Gibraltar has the world's shortest boundary

2. Devon is the only English county with two coastlines

3. Cab is short for cabriolet which means a small coach

4. Donald Duck was banned in Finland for not wearing trousers

5. Geraldine Rees was the first woman to finish The Grand National

6. Alexei Leonov was the first man to walk in space

7. Carl Jung devised the words introvert and extrovert



1.    Alexander  Graham Bell’s mother was deaf

2. Houseflies hum in the key of F

3. Marlon Brando's occupation on his passport states he is a shepherd

4.  Walt Disney filed for bankruptcy in 1923

5. Luciano Pavarotti always performed with a bent nail in his jacket pocket

6. You will always find a tongue inside    the mouths of mammals

7.  In the Gladiator movie a chariot crashes and a gas cylinder is    seen in the back

Seven more trivia facts you now know, more next edition


1.  The yocto-second is the smallest unit of time

2. Forty is the only number with its letters in alphabetical order

3. 57 countries took part in World War Two

4. All the Bronte Sisters died of tuberculosis

5. One pound in every eight spent in Great Britain is at Tesco

6. Virginia Woolfe wrote all her books standing up

7. Elvis Presley never did an encore

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