This Week in iQ Trivia – 23 September 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.
These guys knew enough about My Big Fat Greek Wedding to win $173 of other people’s money.
And these guys knew more about bells than anyone else (and immediately ploughed their winnings into another round at the bar.)
Here’s what you think you’ll be Googling hundreds of years in the future.
How to kill Robo-Putin
When did Fuhrer Trump assume power
Who assassinated Donald Trump
When was President Kardashian elected
Where did North Korea used to be?
When will my neighbourhood get the NBN
When was the Simpsons first aired
Will Liverpool break their 230 year drought
In what year did Australia become part of New Zealand
How to score Thunderdome tickets
Scuba diving tours of New Orleans
How to survive in 70 degree heat
Home remedies for radiation burns
DIY Heart Transplant
What did people use to buy things before bitcoin
Single Asian cyborgs in my area
Signs my sex robot wants to kill me
A surprising number of British people didn’t know which way was up on the Union Jack.
Guesses about the distance to the centre of the earth ranged from 50km to 573,000km (which is the distance to the moon and half way back.)
One player complained that there were no questions on sport, five minutes after we asked a five point question on Major League Baseball, because baseball isn’t the right kind of sport, like NRL. Twenty minutes later, we asked an NRL question, which he got wrong, complaining that it was the wrong kind of NRL question.
One team, having chosen their football club’s latest season as their last place subject, couldn’t remember how many goals they had scored. COME ON! We are rigging this in your favour and you’re still not getting it!
And one guy fused Flashdance with MC Hammer sh!t with a rendition of David Brent’s awful dancing from The Office.
See you next week for more iQ Trivia.