This Week in iQ Trivia – 24 February 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 four came in last place in the quiz, but still managed to take everyone else’s money in the jackpot round.
You hand plenty of advice on how to feel happy. Also, a lot of you are horrible people.
Eating someone’s last Tim Tam
Driving slow in the fast lane
Smashing someone else’s sandcastle
Incorporating a funny word into your weekly management meeting (like penetration) as often as possible
Watching cats trying to make jumps but failing
Olympians falling over
Getting the last seat on an express bus
Make friends with the dead bees in your sink
Send thoughts and prayers
Flirting to get yourself out of a parking ticket
Correcting Ilya’s Dragon Ball Z knowledge
Put the toilet seat up
My baby daughter screams every time my mother in law picks her up
Silently watching Facebook arguments
Going on holiday when your colleagues have a deadline
Holding on to your Victorian license plates after 10 years in the ACT
Farting and blaming it on an ICU patient
Urinating on a full bladder
Sorry Mojito (or is it Soaring Mojito?)
Furious Hot Dog
One team mistook Princess Mary of Denmark for Cadel Evans.
After failing to do the homework question on Japanese Baseball teams, two teams hazarded interesting guesses including the Sushi Slayers and the Osaka Flamethrowers.
One team guessed that with Barnaby Joyce on leave, the Acting Prime Minister was Steven Bradbury. Apparently former gold medallists in short track speed skating are recognised in the constitution.
A team guessed that the spiritual tradition of Falun Gong originated in Wollongong.
We discovered that one of our players can determine the day of the week that any date fell on in just seconds.
A group from our show for the Cancer Council galloped home with a massive score of 76 points, and took home the Daffodil Trivia Trophy for 2018.
And one team who thought they’d have no chance on the jackpot round declined to kick in $1 per player… and were the only ones who knew the answer. TOO LATE! You’ve got to be in it to win it.
See you next week.