This Week in iQ Trivia – 21 April 2018
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.
These guys won the jackpot, and then immediately donated it back to the jackpot fund.
Here’s your reading list for this winter, full of books with one letter changed
The Holy Bublé
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secretions
A Tale of Two Cuties
The Da Vinci Cod
The Boob Thief
The Red Vadge of Courage
Gone with the Wine
Lord of the Fries
The Green Tile
Catcher in the Eye
The Very Hangry Caterpillar
Pilates of the Caribbean
The Fart of War
My Sister’s Peeper
Pide and Prejudice
A Tale of Two Titties
Prize and Prejudice
The Puns of Navarone
The Lovely Boner
The Wind in the Pillows
A Song of Rice and Fire
A Bong of Ice and Fire
A Midsummer Night’s Cream
Chitty Chitty Gang Bang
One player complained that they couldn’t get a certain music question because “she’s too old and I don’t care”, and another complained a song released in 2018 was too old because they were only one year old when it was released.
One team claimed they needed a bonus point because one of their players was a girl. They backed off bit when we offered to give another team two bonus points for having two girls. (And they had no response to the fact that another entirely female team won their quiz the previous night.)
We actually had to explain to one team that “Australia” is not one of the five most used letters in the Spanish language.
Someone wanted us to make a music question worth 100 points because it was the first song they recognised.
Another team forgot to stop singing Brick House by the Commodores, and accidentally sang the answer.
One non-player enjoyed our quiz so much that he asked if we could provide questions for his work quiz next week. It was the easiest money we’ve ever made
And one engaged couple asked if we could do trivia at their wedding. Yes. Yes we can. And we are frankly disappointed that this is not ALREADY a thing.
See you next week.