This Week in iQ Trivia – 6 May 2017
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.
Time flies when you can have your cake and eat it too.
Whatever doesn’t kill me, killed the cat.
Time is the root of all evil.
Fortune favours the bird in the hand.
There are times when you come in a distant last place, and STILL manage to win everyone else’s money in the jackpot round.
Plenty of new proverbs were created.
A bird in the hand never boils.
Two wrongs don’t build a Rome.
Killing two birds with one rolling stone.
Birds of a feather throw stones at glass houses.
If you can’t beat ’em, throw stones.
Add insult to a piece of injury pie and eat it too.
A bird in the hand is worth a penny for your thoughts.
You can beat a dead horse but you can’t make it drink.
People in glass houses shouldn’t cry me a river.
A bird in the hand spoils the broth.
New York, the City of Angels.
Worth every penny for your thoughts.
Sticks and stone may break my glass house
Happiness doesn’t grow on trees.
You can’t put all your eggs in a glass house.
You can lead a horse to water and eat it too.
Arguing that one of the holiest sites for Jews is the Whaling Wall.
The name for a moebius strip is failed origami.
The team who claimed that the surname Baxter is associated with chiropractors because they crack “bax.”
Saying that Rocky fought Anthony Mundine. (An obnoxious blowhard who never shuts up.)
The guy who was so enthused by knowing the answer to something that he injured one of his teammates reaching for the pen.
HALL OF SHAME MOMENTS
Asking if it’s cheating to use your calculator on a math question. Of COURSE it’s cheating! And it only took you ten seconds anyway!
Saying “well 100m was a longer distance 100 years ago.”
See you next week for more iQ Trivia.