This Week in iQ Trivia – 9 March 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.
Knowing about cigars & skyscrapers means winning cash.
You made a lot of people into verbs.
Tim Apple – To call someone by the wrong name because you’re a moron
Pell – To provide child care “services”
Berejiklian – To shut it down.
Jacksoning – You can probably figure this one out
Will Smith – To wilfully be a blacksmith
Carney – To urinate in one’s own mouth
Theresa May – To run through fields of wheat
Ryan Lochte – To be all brawn, no brain
Di Caprio – To excel in acting without receiving an award
Alexing the team down
We Bagpussed last week’s trivia
Max – To fail to come up with a team name
Joshing – Refusing t0 come up with a team name
Ilyasmumming – To be filled with shame about your offspring
Bill – To swear at a room full of strangers
Bill – To know every trivia question
Enigmatic Polar Bear
Bulbous Leonardo Di Caprio
When they couldn’t remember the Bradley Cooper’s name, one team gave us a series of films he was in. But they chose Ryan Reynolds films. No point there.
One team didn’t just recognise Jimi Hendrix, they gave us a comprehensive history of his short history in the US Army.
We had an Argentinian who disappointed his entire team by confessing he knew nothing about football.
When asked how many actors played the role of Pi in the film Life of Pi, one team answered with 3.14159… or pi.
We asked about the German tax authorities seizing a family dog. One team who hadn’t read that story answered that they seized their autographed photo of David Hasslehoff.
See you next week.