Tag: words

Interesting Question of the Day – 26 June 2019

What do Chai Tea, Naan Bread, Panini Sandwiches, Sahara Desert, and Sharia Law have in common? 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 – 10 May 2019

Where is the apostrophe in Hells Angels? 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 – 8 May 2019

What is Muphry’s Law? 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 – 3 May 2019

What word entered the English language during one of Captain Cook’s voyages, and is related to a Polynesian word meaning “to tap”? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at

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Interesting Question of the Day – 22 April 2019

In 2007, Michael Cresta played the most valuable word in Scrabble history. What word did he play?  Was it Gherkins, Oxyphenbutazone, Quixotry, or Quizzify? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free

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Interesting Question of the Day – 15 March 2019

What is the most commonly used word in Scrabble? 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 – 4 March 2019

What is a sploot? 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 – 18 February 2019

In 1880, an Irish community began a campaign of ostracising a British land agent they felt had been treating them unfairly, refusing to harvest his crops, cook his meals, wash his clothes, deliver his letters, or serve him in shops.

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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

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Interesting Question of the Day – 8 August 2018

With a change in pronunciation but no change in spelling, what word can be either a very small quantity or a period of time? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free

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