Trivial Pursuit Experiment Pits Men vs. Women Online

Hasbro's decided to take on the age-old battle of the sexes by asking men and women to answer as many questions as they can in the Trivial Pursuit Experiment. The premise is simple, answer a question correctly and the site racks up one point for your fellow brothers or sisters.

Correct answers are rewarded with a card that features a YouTube video of a member of the opposite sex doing something stupid as incorrect answers produce several gender specific failure videos. You can even brag about your success on Facebook (although, we'd love to see the Trivial Pursuit Experiment as a Facebook app). It's simple, fun and showcases that you know more that you think. On a smaller scale, Hasbro's using the experiment to showcase that same level of competition with the newly released Trivial Pursuit Team Edition.

Now go prove your gender's worth and play.
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