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.
They knew a lot about electricity, and won cash.
Here’s how you changed song lyrics.
I’m to sexy for my yurt
Little red courgette
Baby got crack
I got 99 problems but the rich ain’t one
I was made for loving poo
Everything I do, I do it for Prue
Christians let us all ring Joyce
Blue seal in the sky with diamonds
It’s a long way to the shops if you want a sausage roll
Apple bottom beans
Who lives in a pineapple by royal decree
Ilya’s mom has got a lacy thong
Lets get quizzical
The logical thong
Smack my twitch up
Highway to smell
Stairway to Devon
We will wok you
Don’t go Jason Waterfalls
Come on baby light my spire
I will let you down, I will make you curt
Hit me scabies one more time
Abdul, one of our regulars, chose to have his birthday at trivia.
He had also chosen the special subject of his own birthday, which naturally, he and his friends aced.
When we asked for the most spoken language beginning with the letter B, more than one team answered “bullshit”. They’re not wrong.
We had to explain to one team that England does not begin with an I. (Well not in English.)
While we were doing a lightning round, one team was trying to photograph the answers off our answer sheet. For that, we assessed a penalty that left them with the lowest score ever at iQ Trivia, which was -1.
And in the same lightning round, one player dropped the ball on a question he really should have known. After the show we found out from his boss that next week he’s having his annual performance review, and that his mistake would be brought up. Yes, iQ Trivia is apparently branching off into HR consultancy.
See you next week.