This Week in iQ Trivia – 6 October 2018

Here’s what you may have missed this week at iQ Trivia.


It was a short week this week, but if you won, here’s evidence just in case anyone doesn’t believe you.


This team didn’t win the quiz, but they did win the jackpot.

And this team seems to win a jackpot every time they come to trivia. They’ve never won a quiz, but they’ve frequently won jackpots.


You came up with plenty of one line jokes.

Donald Trump is an excellent world leader.

Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be.

Kleptomaniacs take things literally.

My wedding was so beautiful, even the cake was in tiers.

I asked my North Korean friend how things were, and he said he couldn’t complain.

Whiteboards are remarkable.

Life is like toilet paper… you’re either on a roll or taking shit from some asshole.

A man walked into a bar… ouch.

There are 10 kinds of people who understand binary… those who do and those who don’t.

I realised I was dyslexic when I attended a toga party dressed as a goat.

My pet donkey is a real ass.

The bad thing about being modest is you can’t boast about it.


Chicken Moth

Sultry Sparrow

Shiny South African

French Black Sabbath

Slimy Disney World

Bouncy Turtle


One team asked a passerby if they knew anything about A-league clubs, and that passerby has now been drafted on to that team.

Someone misheard us & thought we asked if Keith Richards was aged 118 in this photograph taken in 1962.

Because Keith Richards is obviously a vampire.

A doctor insisted that rhabdomyositis was sufficiently similar to rhabdomyolysis, and to be frank, we were not especially keen to argue with them.

We overheard someone reject a correct option on a gambler’s question, claiming that “if that was true I would have heard about it in pub trivia somewhere.” Well friend, you DID hear about it at pub trivia, and you heard about it at Australia’s most INTERESTING pub trivia.

When one team trolled us by choosing Glass Manufacturing in the 1920s as their special subject, we trolled them back by asking a question about someone from the 1920s whose surname was Glass.

See you next week.

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