This Week in iQ Trivia – 13 February 2021
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.
These teams won prizes AND won the jackpot (even if it was with a lucky guess). So yes, you are allowed to bear a bit of a grudge against them.
You’ve all heard some pretty big lies.
We have better things to do on a Tuesday night
Vaccinations cause autism
Asking for a friend
Australia isn’t real
No, your butt doesn’t look big in that
It’s not you it’s me
I’m on Tinder to make friends
It’s my first time
These Lululemons are cheap and comfortable
My 2020 was great
Santa is real
Santa isn’t real
I’ll just have one drink
I only had one Tim Tam
Trump can still win
Quite frankly we won this election
There was no insurrection
Mexico will pay for it
I’m a very stable genius
Geoffrey Epstein wasn’t murdered
I did not have sexual relations with that woman
Pell is innocent
Your baby is so cute
Hairy Door (NSFW)
Gorgeous Sprinkler (NSFW)
Acrobatic Deep Freeze
If we are giving you a list of rugby positions and the numbers associated with them, and you decide to answer with numbers that we didn’t give you as options… you’re probably not going to do very well. (They failed to match the position “Number 8” to the actual number 8.)
The song “Wasn’t Expecting That” by Jamie Lawson was described as “sad white guy with a guitar”, which isn’t wrong.
We accidentally referred to Elliot Page as Ellen Page, but every single team got the name correct.
When we asked for the title of a song we played, one team wrote half of the lyrics to the song, which luckily included the title, so we gave them a point.
On a question about how fast it would take a car travelling at the speed of light to finish a car race, one team actually did the math. They didn’t just estimate, their answer included their actual calculations, which they got spot on.
See you next week.