This Week in iQ Trivia – 7 March 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.


Once in a while, knowing about cigar sizes pays off.


Here’s how you hit the genetic jackpot

Allergic to avocados so I can afford a house

Advanced UV radiation detection (because I’m so pale)

Born human

Just ask me, I’m a test tube baby

Male pattern tallness

Covid 19 immune

We have photographic memories (they’re just not developed yet)

Not being gay in Iran

Being ethnically ambiguous

Right handed not wrong handed

My magnificent mandibular mane

I never needed braces

We’re high all the time

Two X chromosomes

I don’t cry when cutting onions

I am the only non bald person in my family, and that includes my sister.

Brains and bust

My boobs were so big I had to give them back

I have a beautiful pancreas

White males

My privilege has so many checks it’s tartan


Skinny Vegemite

Dancing Bottles

Sleepy Umbrella

Sultry Coronavirus

Oliver Cromwell: Bin Man

Jumping Food

Pretty Spatula

Spicy Teletubby

Sloppy Turtle


One of our player guessed we were about to play a song associated with the can can, and then we played Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld, which you probably know as “that can can song.”

On the other hand, half of the room recognised Mary Poppins singing, but not Julie Andrews as the singer. Who ARE you people?

Two teams called Cartman from South Park “Carlton”. Perhaps from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

We are often asked to spell parts of the question, and we’re happy to oblige. But if you ask us to spell something in Mandarin… you’re making some pretty bold assumptions about our knowledge of Asian languages.

A method of childbirth beginning with the letter L? It’s not Lamaze. It’s “leave it alone” or “let ‘er rip”.

See you next week.

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