This Week in iQ Trivia – 18 April 2020

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

How should you measure 1.5m of social distance? Here’s how.

12.5 million Coronavirus’

1/67th of my AVO

Clive Palmer’s circumference

11.5384615 bananas

1500 grains of rice

3% of an Olympic swimming pool

Keep 3 cubits apart

2 Hobbits in a trenchcoat

1500 micropenises

Shaq’s condom

The length of 7 hotdog dogs

Keep one Danny Devito apart

Don’t be within groin kicking distance

Keep Donald Trump’s toupee collection away

One pool noodle

If I swing my pool noodle and you get we you’re too close

One large chihuahua and seven medium sized chihuahuas

6 hugging koalas

A fully grown capybara

If I can hit you with my hockey stick

If my sword can stab you

Urinal gap is law now

Half a silent fart away

How long a guy says a 1m ruler is

TriviArt

Sadistic Hobbit

Artisanal Capybara

Encoded Hand Sanitiser

Pendulous Hobbit

Foamy Nun

INTERESTING MOMENTS

When faced with a new team playing online from Melbourne, we managed to come up a Melbourne specific question on the fly to placate those who felt their city had been excluded.

We got a long explanation from one player who explained the differences between asteroids, meteors, and meteorites. Expertise and explanations were rewarded with a bonus point.

A couple of teams seemed to forget how to count when we asked them to name NRL clubs with eight letters. “Rabbitohs” has nine letters.

One player who turned up late and without a team managed to get a bonus question right, and donated his bonus point to another team. (Who would have won anyway even without the point, but it was still a nice gesture.

And we all had a good laugh at one of out players when we asked about a club The Ramones played at. The wanted to know what sport we were talking about. Then they had the good sense to feel bad about asking such a silly question in front of everyone.

See you next week.

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