Interesting Question of the Day – 3 December 2018

This week our interesting questions will all be on the subject of marriage.

In 2017, what was the most common & what was the least common month for the registration of new marriages?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Team Name Bonus Point – Week of 2 December 2018

We’re having fun with actors this week.

For your team name, take a film character and replace them with another character played by the same actor.

Bill and Neo’s Excellent Adventure

Shrek: International Man of Mystery

Magneto would have been really helpful in Lord of the Rings

“If you leave Narnia now, that’ll be the end of it.  I will not look for you, I will not pursue you.  But if you don’t, I will look for you, I will find you… and I will kill you.”  – Aslan the Lion

Anything that swaps two characters played by the same actor will get a bonus point.

Have an interesting week.

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This Week in iQ Trivia – 1 December 2018

Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.

WINNERS

If you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.

JACKPOTS

One of our hosts won a jackpot on his night off… and then donated the money back.

This team also won, but they kept the cash.

TEAM NAMES

You proposed a whole lot of new sports.

Word fighting

Nice skating

Marital Arts

Phishing… for your passwords

Fisting… fishing with your fists

Crickets… it’s about as interesting

Tetnis

Tugby

Croquette… eating through tiny hoops

Lawn Fowls

Farts

Horse Back Biting

Snow Hoarding

Water Polio

TRIVIART

Burnt Bottle

Jumping Snail Tree

Shining Centrelink

Curly Guest

Kawaii Penis

Flamboyant Mountains

 

INTERESTING MOMENTS

One team sang Johnny Cash lyrics loud enough for everyone nearby to hear the correct answer clearly.

We asked a current events question on the Canadian jewellery store employees who chased robbers off with swords. One team answered that they asked them to leave, which is technically correct in a manner of speaking, and is about the most stereotypically Canadian way to resolve such a dispute.

The last place subject at one show was Fruit Sodomy. (We’re pretty sure they were just throwing words together.) At one point, a David Attenborough nature documentary playing in the background mentioned an animal was “probing each fruit for ripeness.”

And one of our players appeared on Pointless, which aired just before their show. The bar was good enough to put it on the big screen.

Later on they won the Pointless jackpot.

See you next week.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 30 November 2018

If you were on a boat in the middle of the ocean, to the nearest whole number, what percent of the earth’s surface would you be able to see?

Also, how much could you see from Mt Everest?

Also, how much could you see from the International Space Station?

Also, how much could you see from the moon?

The first new player to comment on the website with all four correct answers wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 28 November 2018

To continue our week of interesting science questions, if the earth was an apple, how far from the surface would the International Space Station orbit?  2.7mm, 2.7cm, 2.7 inches, 2.7 feet, or 2.7 metres?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 26 November 2018

Imagine the earth was a globe 1 foot across.

If you were thirsty, what container could you fill with all of the water on earth?  A beer jug, a pint glass, a schooner glass, a shot glass, or none of the above?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Team Name Bonus Point – Week of 25 November 2018

This week your team names are going to involve games & sport.

We want you to take a sport and make it very different with a minor spelling change.

Footbull – One team is replace with a herd of cattle

Synchronised Slimming – The whole team has to lose the same amount of weight

Tic Tac Toke – The winner smokes a joint

Shockey – Hockey but everyone gets electric shocks at random times

Shrugby – Rugby for people who can’t be bothered

Fishting – Figure that one out yourself.

Anything that makes a minor change to the spelling of a sport will get a bonus point.

Have an interesting week.

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This Week in iQ Trivia – 24 November 2018

Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.

WINNERS

If you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.

 

TEAM NAMES

The Wizard of Oz would have been a very different story if you were in it. Here’s what you asked for.

For Schapelle Corby to be the Bachelorette 2019

To redo 2016

A discernable waistline

An endless keg of cider

The ability to go back in time

More questions on wrestling & Star Trek

Tree fiddy

A six day weekend

A taco

The ability to apparate

More Dong (for when I visit Vietnam)

My virginity back

To grow a bigger penis

A butthole of lube that never runs out

The Scarecrow’s brain

A better trivia host (screw you guys!)

 

And then some of you were pure

Good health

World Peace

To meet Michael Jackson

 

TRIVIART

Pulsating Dancing

Bloated Ayers Rock

Beautiful Ejaculating Dog

Graceful Salt

Parched Jesus

Sleepy Sandwich

Sparkly Chair

Spicy Dick

INTERESTING MOMENTS

One team couldn’t remember William H. Macy’s name, but they could remember half a dozen films or TV series he had been in, and listing them all was worth a point.

Instead of just answering a question on calculating the speed of light, a team not only got the right answer, they explained the science behind their answer with a formula & diagram.

And one team won despite getting zero out of five on the music bonus round. They weren’t shy in telling us what they thought of us.

See you next week.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 23 November 2018

A palindrome reads the same forwards and backwards.  Like tacocat.

A phonetic palindrome is a phrase that sounds the same when played backwards.

Which of the following is NOT a phonetic palindrome?

“Do geese see god?”

“Funny enough.”

“Let Bob tell.”

or “You’re damn mad, Roy.”

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 21 November 2018

The earth is round.  Let’s take that as a given.  If you disagree, you’re probably not a fan of iQ Trivia.

In this picture, the man is in Sydney, and he is looking towards Auckland at point D.

How much “lower” is Auckland?  In other words, how much has the earth curved away?

Is it 3.6km, 36km, 360km, 3,600km, or 36,000km?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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