This Week in iQ Trivia – 11 March 2017
Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.
If you won this week, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.
I am shocked, shocked that trivia gets tough after five beers.
I am shocked that they don’t have 150 Lashes on tap.
I am shocked, shocked that my team won’t join me for three trivia nights in a row.
I am shocked, shocked that I shagged the quizmaster and still only came in second. (They were docked a point for having an untrue team name and still came in first.)
When it came to feigning shock, you came through.
I’m shocked, shocked that the radiographer didn’t believe I fell on an 8 inch cucumber.
I’m shocked, shocked that the new host isn’t bald.
I’m shocked, shocked that we gambled five points before we heard the question.
I’m shocked that if you turn up late you can’t get a table.
I’m shocked! Shocked when I stuck my fork in a power outlet.
I’m shocked, SHOCKED that the Eurovision contestant used both a wind machine and a key change.
You mean there’s cannibals on Cannibal Island?
I’m shocked, shocked that the bouncer asked to see my ID.
I’m shocked, shocked that trivia is not the national pastime.
I’m shocked, shocked at this nuclear winter after electing Trump.
I’m shocked that the casinos aren’t subject to the lockout laws.
The team who pointed out that we didn’t ask for the surname of Barney from the Simpsons in English, and so answered (correctly) in Spanish with Barney Gomez.
The couple from Finland who in addition to struggling with trivia in a foreign language claimed that New Zealand was one of the three largest islands in Australia. Meh, close enough.
The American team who patriotically claimed that the three types of blood cells in their bodies were red, white, and blue.
HALL OF SHAME MOMENTS
The guy who had to buy a drink for everyone on his team by dropping a question about scramjets that he really should have gotten.
The guy who was the only one in the room who recognised a PM Dawn song and was overruled by his teammates.
The team that complained that there weren’t enough sport questions, and then complained that baseball isn’t a sport.
See you next week for more iQ Trivia.