This Week in iQ Trivia – 24 March 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 came away with a whole bunch of cash at The Horse. Next week they will be making it rain.


You came up with plenty of things you challenged someone to change your mind on

Channel Seven is not racist

Marmite is better than Vegemite

Instant coffee is the best

Pineapple belongs on pizza

Your mum” is a valid answer to any trivia question

Koala Bears are Bears

Cher never had plastic surgery

Vlad is better than Donald

Bill Clinton did inhale

Ted Cruz is the Zodiac Killer

Hillary Swank isn’t hot

Dean from Married at First Sight is just misunderstood

Water is not wet

Reading books is just hallucinating dead trees

Wine is grape juice gone bad

Lasagna is just spaghetti gone bad

Cats make better pets than dogs

Tony Jones is the biggest DILF

We always come third (and they did change their mind because they wound up coming in first)


Presumptuous Donald Trump

Aspergic Koala

Furry T-shirt

Lazy Flipper

Bony Sydney


We helped this stuffed fox find his way home to his three year old best friend. Well actually that had already happened by the time we shared it on Facebook, but it’s the thought that counts dammit!

In five minutes, someone went from saying their trivia speciality was music question to saying their trivia speciality was “screwing up music questions.”

One team had to be convinced that My Fair Lady was not a Shakespeare play beginning with the letter M.

Upper Volta was given a point on a question on countries starting with U, because we didn’t say they had to give the current name (and it was deemed sufficiently obscure.)

When one team asked for Millwall Football Club as their last place subject, they got a special bonus point because they survived the riot that followed an important loss.

One player referred to the third Star Wars prequel as Revenge of the Synth.

And one new player turned up and was sent the homework question via e-mail. He then looked it up before his teammates arrived. When we asked the question, he made a big production of trying to remember all of the answers to our obscure question, and when he managed them all, his teammates were amazed at his intellectual prowess… until he built himself up too much and we exposed his subterfuge.

See you next week.

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