Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.
If you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.
This guy won $151 all on his own. So he had a good night.
Whether good luck or expertise (lets be real here, it was probably luck), both of these teams won cash.
And one of them went right back to the bar for a round of New & Blue. (Note: Mixing Toohey’s New and Alize Blue is not something we recommend.
How to shock someone from 100 years ago? Here’s how.
The Germans have another crack at it
The Treaty of Versailles isn’t as water tight as you’d hope
There are more world wars to come
Women hold property in their own right and men are held responsible for domestic violence (some of the time)
I don’t have to wear pants to work anymore
Sodomy is legal
Smallpox is eradicated
I have Dogecoin in my cryptowallet
A man shot a car into space
Influencers are a thing
My book has run out of battery
You can’t pay with cash
Spanish Flu ver 2
Fragile Court Room
We asked a question about Lucy Liu, and one team answered “not Lucy Liu”, which is quite literally the most wrong they could possibly be. A random string of meaningless letters would have been less incorrect.
One a question about whether Iceland or Tasmania had more people, one team couldn’t decide, but argued that either way you were going to marry your cousin.
We asked about elements spelled with the letter H, and someone tried to argue that we should accept Iron. We pointed out that, it doesn’t have an H. So they argued that the symbol had an H, which is also wrong.
And a player from the Philippines didn’t get a question about the origin of the name of The Philippines.
See you next week.