This Week in iQ Trivia – 25 July 2020
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.
The little faith I had left in humanity will fade away completely
Taylor Swift gets banned
Best State of the Union Ever
Military issued Yeezies blow the budger
Yeezies for everyone under 6
No one man should have all that power
Reveals all members of the Illuminati
Kanye fo shizzles ya dizzle
Hip hop version of Star Spangled Banner introduced
Kris Jenner becomes Press Secretary
West Wing renamed North West Wing
His policies get harder, better, faster, stronger
Sneakers become official currency of the USA
Mount Rushmore heads will be replaced with North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalms
Kris Jong-un will be executed for questioning Kanye
Fishsticks get outlawed
One team came up with a new policy for the times the came in last and chose the last place subject. If you choose the subject, the rest of the team expects you to get everything on that subject right. If you get something wrong, you buy a round. It’s a good policy.
We knew we were in for a long night at one venue when we had to explain what the word “fictional” meant.
According to one team, Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea was actually written by Harold Holt.
We asked for the most common word ending in IST… and got a minor flood of guesses of “racist”. A sign of the times perhaps?
Someone knew very little about Natalie Portman films but they were good with anagrams, and so they managed to turn A Nightstand Escort into The Standing Croats (rather than No Strings Attached.)
When asked about what a certain type of starfish eats, one team went with coral pussy coral pussy coral and wound up being right.
And the Silence of the Lambs was given as The Silence of the Labs.
See you next week.