This Week in iQ Trivia – 27 July 2019
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.
They came in first for the quiz, and topped that off by winning a jackpot by knowing about The Blacklist.
The University of Sydney cryptic crossword society won a jackpot because they’re good with words.
And they knew a lot about pyramids.
Apparently you are terrible at remembering words.
Black and white fart squirrels
Flappy fishy thing
Scoopy stick for spoon
Cake is fun bread
Snakes are danger noodles
Snakes are legless lizards
Where’s the clicky thing… remote
We forgot the quizmaster’s name so we just call him a c*nt
The time I forgot what a dildo was so I said it sounds like Bilbo Baggins
The penis poncho
What are those shoes with wheels
The ocean ducks (pelicans)
Hurry up with the trivia. We need to get to the aeroplane station
I’ve tried unplugging and replugging the ethanol cable
Pinot noir is fancy black goon
The hippy hoppy thing… kangaroo
Hand me the stabby stabby thing
Froot Loops are Pride Cheerios
A largely Indian team got a question on Indian languages wrong.
We asked about wars that caused the most Australian military deaths, and one team claimed the arrival or the first fleet should qualify. It wasn’t an answer we were looking for, but they made an argument.
We asked if Christina Aguilera was alive when certain events happened, and one team listed her as dead, when they could have just said “no”.
One team inexplicably tore their answer sheet in two… for reasons we still can’t figure out.
Someone asked us if the Winter Olympics count as Olympics. Uhhhhhhh… yes. The Winter OLYMPICS are part of the OLYMPICS.
And when we asked if any Australian Prime Minister had lived to be 100, one team argued the answer was yes, because the body of Harold Holt has never been recovered and they assumed him to still be alive.
See you next week.