This Week in iQ Trivia – 26 September 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.
We’ve brought back the jackpot, and two teams wasted no time in winning.
You had plenty of complaints about how iQ Trivia wasn’t fair.
The host’s butt is too nice
Third place doesn’t get a prize but seventh does
The NBN is so slow, it’s hard to cheat
You asked a question on a subject that we chose that we didn’t know
It’s not fair we have to come up with a team name every week
Where are all the cat questions?
It’s not fair that I did the homework question wrong.
It’s not fair that 1. Bill won’t give me two bonus points for making two complaints and that 2. As a result of me making two complaints Bill probably won’t even give me one bonus point
More WAP (Cardi B) content next time
“It’s unfair that no matter how many beers you win at trivia, someone in your team always seems to knock them over”
I don’t care for pop culture
There are no questions on Charnwood.
Our host is an immigrant who is stealing our jobs.
Why do you never use Bill Cosby in audio questions?
The one time we get to pick the special subject, a global pandemic hits
The other teams have more players than me
It’s not fair others are smarter than us
Too many stupid music questions, not enough questions on Bagpuss
Not enough questions on Canada or The Simpsons
Why isn’t there more lesbian content?
It’s not fair you asked a question the other teams knew
You didn’t translate the entire quiz into French
Rugby Is For Hot Idiots (Stop Asking Questions about It!!)
You always ask questions about cricket… no one likes or watches cricket
We are millennials and therefore offended by everything.
Who is Harry Potter?
Tepid Pop Star
Rusty Tiger Boycott
Pretentious Drop Bear
When the Gaelic language was mentioned, we overheard one player ask “where is Gayland?”
We asked about the densest objects in the solar system, naturally someone had to chime in with “my boner”, only to be told that we were only looking for large objects.
We had complaints that we asked too many cricket questions, and then LITERALLY every team got a cricket question right.
And a question on lamingtons asked to an international audience inspired a player in Canada to attempt to make lamingtons between questions.
See you next week.