This Week in iQ Trivia – 3 October 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.
You had a lot of suggestions for muck up day pranks.
Write a fake list of muck up day challenges and send to the media to discredit your school
Attend school like nerds
Hold the school formal on the Ruby Princess
Steal mum’s benzos
Replace sugar for salt in the teacher’s lounge
Pingers in the park
Filling a room with balloons
Placed signs redirecting classes all over the school
Sh!t on the floor
Tell everyone Trump has the rona
Bleaching penises in the school carpark
Putting a teacher’s car on the roof
The Harbour Bridge is still technically a stock route
Leave my car alone! Signed: A teacher
Sell the school
We went to public school and couldn’t afford to take chances with the law
F*cked New York
One team answered a question on historical Mongols with Genghis Hahn. Which would look something like this.
After playing a Matchbox 20 song, one team answered that the song was titled “A monstrosity that you forced us to listen to.”
Sports team in Dallas include the Rednecks, the Scorpions, and the Minimen.
Naomi Osaka was dubbed “that tennis player who beat Serena Williams.” Which isn’t ACTUALLY wrong.
A bonus question at an online show saw a flood of answers come in including Mogadishu and 71.4, which didn’t make much sense when the question turned out to be about the most frequently played word in Scrabble.
And a question on the homeland of the family of Jon Voight led to someone saying The Voightican City.
See you next week.