This Week in iQ Trivia – 10 February 2018

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.


It was a big week for jackpots.

This team won first place and a pile of cash.

They knew about Jodie Foster films.

These two got a pile of other people’s money for their sporting expertise.

And the Canadian in this group got the biggest winning margin in AFL Grand Final history. He didn’t get it within the acceptable two point margin we specified, he got it EXACT. How a Canadian beat a room full of Australians on this we will never know.


There have been 52 Super Bowls and 45 Presidents. That means the Super Bowl has been around longer than American

Cryptocurrency is a great investment

The NBN will take only 3 days to install

What’s Obama’s last name?

I hear redback spiders make great pets

Where is the any key?

How many halves are in a football match?

According to my star sign…

Doesn’t anyone else think Vaseline tastes weird

Bowl underarm

How many points are Team Bagpuss gambling today?

Do you think they dye the harbour to get it that colour

How much is a $2 meal deal

Is the lunar eclipse during the day or the night

I’m not sure if I’m the mother of my child

Is weed vegan?


Curly Anaconda

Pretty Ireland

Turgid Cuttlefish

Freaky Caterpillar

Filthy Noun

Burlesque Horse

Pompous Stethoscope


Guesses for what ASXP stands for in terms of Australian political parties included the Australian Xylophone Party rather than the Australian Sex Party.

A room full of cricket fans all failed on a question on Don Bradman.

In inscription INRI on the cross at the Crucifixion stood for Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews, but one team guessed it meant BRB LOL. (Yeah, that works.)

One team speculate that a sun protection company keeps you safe from the sun by giving you skin cancer, based on their theory that you can’t get skin cancer if you already have skin cancer.

See you next week.