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British Bulldog
2052 Stout St.
Denver, CO 80205
Mondays: 8:00 PM
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11:12 PM, September 15, 2014
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The Piccadilly Twitz 89

KHAAAAAAANNNNN!!!! (shake fist) 74

Last Place 72

Spock and Load 69

Yellowstone National Bladder 64

Mighty Ducks 40

The Periodic Table Dancers 39

Crystal Palace 29

Mark and his Butler 20

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MONDAY. BRITISH BULLDOG. 8 P.M. TUESDAY. WORLD OF BEER CHERRY CREEK. 7 P.M.
Jason Wardell (Bela Lugosi's Dad)

I am a bipedal male who has lived 29 Earth years, give or take. I have enjoyed a variety of interests, including: watching television, preparing food and drink items for consumption, carpentry. I am not a big fan of baseball. Sorry, baseball.

It's bad form to reveal how allergy-med-drugged-up you are in the opening paragraph to your blog, let alone the opening sentence. Take a note, Erin. But holy cow, pals, the past few days have been a wonderland of Kleenex, Allegra and trying my goddamnedest to not rub my eyes when they get the itchies. It's like I haven't experienced this same phenomenon every single year for the past three decades. It's like I've never poured Newcastle on top of Benedryl and slurred my way through a quiz. I'm a one-yearer, y'all. I'm sure if you go 52 weeks back in my blog history, you'll find something mightily similar about addictions to allergy meds and sneezing fits during sex. IT'S IN MY REPERTOIRE.

That's a joke I wrote once. I'll get two Kleenexes. Bless me.

Quiz tonight was a delight, with both a trainee and an audio round where the answers were in answer clip form. We played some anagram games, shouted "Fuck Bono" at the world, and ogled Joseph Gordon-Levitt. We also reminded me that I look like a lesser James McAvoy, which is important work that only ever gets done during quiz. Like I said: go back a year; things weren't that different.

And so it turns out the Piccadilly Twitz managed a first place victory. It's about time, guys. Sheesh. Second place went to KHAAAAANNN!!! (Shake Fist). From now on, they're going to have to write the exact same team name on every sheet and give the exact same primal yawp after every scoring break. Third place went to Last Place, in a viciously ironic move. I see what you're doing, dudes, and I appreciate the hell out of it. 

Let's move past it. Next week will be less allergy-driven! We'll have Robyn, as well as a whole plethora of killer quiz questions (KQQs). Be Here If You Know What Is Best For Your Brain. That's what my mother always taught me.

British Bulldog
2052 Stout St.
Denver, CO 80205
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11:30 PM, September 08, 2014
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KAAAAHHHNN!!! (Shake fist while saying) 82

The Piccadilly Twitz 81

My Trivia Partner Doesn't Know This Is A Date 76

4th & Jail 76

The Periodic Table Dancers 64

Always Be Closers 59

Rachel 30

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MONDAY. BRITISH BULLDOG. 8 P.M. TUESDAY. WORLD OF BEER CHERRY CREEK. 7 P.M.
Jason Wardell (Bela Lugosi's Dad)

I am a bipedal male who has lived 29 Earth years, give or take. I have enjoyed a variety of interests, including: watching television, preparing food and drink items for consumption, carpentry. I am not a big fan of baseball. Sorry, baseball.

What a series of close calls, y'alls! Starting the night, we had a close call as a 20-minute Skinny Puppy jam on the jukebox threatened to turn into a 21-minute Skinny Puppy jam, until I bravely and deftly started my playlist. I'm no hero, folks. I'm more of a local legend, quiz darling, or--if my thesaurus is to be trusted--"brave person." Now, I can get behind Death In June as much as the next guy, and I can recognize the time and place for an extended blast of industrial hatred, but that time and place is not 7:50 p.m. at the British Bulldog. Sorry!

Another close call came with a bar regular, who was lamenting the very existence of quiz and airing his grievances about that blasted quizmaster just as I entered the bar and sidled up to the bar. Awk-ward. To top it off, I had no idea why Lisa and Keith were hunched over laughing at my mere presence. I knew well enough to not say a thing and just let it roll, but for the first few minutes, I was clueless. The dude and I fist-bumped, clinked glasses and made up, if it makes any difference. I'd like to think it does.

Close Calls Number Three And Four were quiz related. First of all, we had a tie for third place that was settled in the traditional fashion: impossible numberwang question! After the dust settled and the votes were tabulated, My Trivia Partner Doesn't Know This Is A Date won the third place title and the bar tab that goes along with it. Second Place was another close call, where the Piccadilly Twitz came up in second place for the first time at the Bulldog in a long while. Narrowly, then, did KAAAAHHHNN!!!!! (Shake fist while saying) pull out the first place victory. One point is all it takes, you all.

Take care, pals. Next week, we'll bring back the Robyn joke and try to have fewer sports-themed parody songs, fewer close calls and more wide margins. Probably. Probably.

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10:54 PM, September 01, 2014
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The Piccadilly Twitz 83

The Vanilla Ice Bucket Challenge 68

Spock and Load 67

Sorority Hotties 66

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MONDAY. BRITISH BULLDOG. 8 P.M. TUESDAY. WORLD OF BEER CHERRY CREEK. 7 P.M.
Jason Wardell (Bela Lugosi's Dad)

I am a bipedal male who has lived 29 Earth years, give or take. I have enjoyed a variety of interests, including: watching television, preparing food and drink items for consumption, carpentry. I am not a big fan of baseball. Sorry, baseball.

I don't think it'll come as a huge surprise to most of you that, for a very long while, I celebrated Labor Day the same way I celebrated every surrounding day: by not working. It's true that this year I celebrated Labor Day by not working, but the surrounding days have indeed involved labor of varying degrees. 2013-and-earlier Jason wouldn't be able to make that claim. That dude didn't hardly do anything. He imbibed cheap domestic beer, he told jokes (mostly to people who also told jokes), and he worked intermittently at best. Those were his top three traits. You might call him a "sad dude." You might be right.

The dude who sits before you today is significantly less sad! He is a workin' dude, and having lived both working and not working, he has some insights to share for the holiday.

  1. Working is the worst! Ugh! Why do people do this? Come on!
  2. No, but seriously. Performance reviews? Meetings? Ice cream cake in the break room for some nameless manager's birthday? It is astounding how much these things suck.
  3. It is nice, though, to have money to pay rent and eat food. True story!
  4. Being a drain on society is fine and dandy when you're, like, 25, but once you're approaching 30, get a job, dummy.
  5. Waking up at 6 a.m. isn't so bad. The sun "rises" and looks pretty cool!

Thanks for spending your Labor Day with me and us. Also thanks for not being shithouse-hammered-drunk, like some younger version of me.

Standings. FIRST PLACE went to the Twitz, back from their lecture series and TED Talk. SECOND PLACE went to The Vanilla Ice Bucket Challenge, who took two annoying things and made them just as annoying as you would expect them to be. THIRD PLACE went to Spock and Load, who narrowly edged out their companion team by a single point. Guess you guys are one point smarter!

That's all we have for you this week. Next time, we'll have some very similar stuff. Robyn. You know. Put the work in, guys.

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