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Cedar Creek
1034 West 20th Street
Houston, TX 77008
Mondays: 8:00 PM
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8:14 AM, July 22, 2014
Scores
Gaza Strippers 81

The Purge 2: Obama's America 78

Malaysia Airlines: Introducing One-Way Flights to... Oh? Too Soon? Ok. Kittens 76

From Russia With Love 74

99 Problems But a Snitch Ain't One 74

That Guy Just Rubbed His Nipples... It's a Good Night 72

Everybody Put Baby in a Corner 71

Inane Yet Witty Cultural Reference 70

Sleep number 69 70

Bruce Spring-Teens 69

Drunk, Naked, and Driving a Zamboni 67

Doctors Douchebag and Porn McQueen 67

Family Matterz 65

NeverNudes 61

Clitty Clitty Bang Bang 59

#Mac+Cheese 47

Lone Star Specials 32

Norseman 30

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Mondays at Cedar Creek 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Molly Malone's 8 p.m.
Patrick Slagle (Paddycake)

I started quizzing about 2 years ago when my best friend got me involved on his quiz team. Since then I have rarely missed a quiz at our regular venue on Monday Nights.

Over the years people have come and gone, at one point we had a regular team of 5, that kicked a lot of ass and took a lot of names. We even competed in Geek Bowl 2013 under the name How I Met Your Mothra.

People have come and gone since then, but at the very least, 3 of our team remained quizzing every Monday. After Geek Bowl, the bestie got hired as a quizmaster, so I decided to do the same the next time auditions rolled around.

So here I am, Quizmaster Paddycake. I started at Molly Malone's in Spring, and now I shall be taking over Cedar Creek on Monday nights as well. Big shoes to fill there, but I feel confident it'll all be awesome!

See you at quiz!

It’s not going to happen… and by the way we should all totally just stab Ceasar!!! I love Mean Girls. In fact, I may watch it after I finish writing this. If you have not seen this gem of a movie, well… honestly WTF is wrong with you? Seriously go watch it. It’s brilliantly funny, and honestly kinda heartfelt at the same time. Plus you get to see Lindsay Lohan before she went all nutso. Oh also, that PA system I’ve been using will be a thing of the past as of next week. Yes, the audio cable should be fixed by then and you guys who sit all the way in the back will be able to hear me again!

On to the quiz! We started out with a round on Presidental Anagrams. You guys did pretty well, even though I think some of you have no idea what an anagram is, since some of the answers I got contains almost none of the letters in the phrases I read. How funny is the phrase “red anal organ?” LOL You guys did pretty well though with the average score being 7.

Round 2 was all songs with stuff that happens again, or for the first time. Scores were all over the place with some teams getting near perfect scores, and others getting less than 8. The biggest stumbling blocks were The Doors which got answers ranging from Leonard Cohen to Lou Reed. But, not bad at all. You guys are slowly recovering from the shitstorm of crappy round twos.

Round 3 was a speed round on Jennifer Lawrence, and you guys proved you’re just as much fanboys and fangirls of my favorite actress as I am. Great scores on this round! As I said, She’s awesome, any team that got less than a 6 I would have to disown. Thiankfully that didn’t happen.

Round 4 was the Mean Girls round, even though it didn’t really have anything to do with the movie, it was more about girls who are mean… and dog training of course. Scores dipped down a bit in this round, but that’s ok.

The visual round was all about porn staches, so you know Tom Selleck and Alex Trebek would be in there somewhere and they were. However it was Friends, not Magnum PI, and thankfully pretty much everyone got Jeopardy. I would be worried if you didn’t.

The we had three more rounds with actors singing, Macs, Eunuchs, and Windows, and Randomness. I don’t have time to write much more since I have cookies to bake for my big anniversary event tonight.

After everything was said and done, Gaza Strippers took the first place prize after an impressive round 2 score followed by The Purge 2: Obama’s America and Malaysian Airlines who snuck up in the final rounds thanks to some well-placed jokers.

See you next week with a much better sound system!

Toodles

Cedar Creek
1034 West 20th Street
Houston, TX 77008
Mondays: 8:00 PM
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9:58 AM, July 15, 2014
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Disney's New Ride: It's a Small Child After All 86

Bastille Crazy After All These Years 83

World Cup 2014: Battle of the Popes 76

Neymar's Vertebra 72

Drunk,Naked, and Driving a Zamboni 72

Warren G Harding's Sex Slaves 70

Sleep Number 69 65

The Aliens are Coming! Love, Guatemala 58

Mustard or Mayo? But I Like Ketchup 55

Messy Pants 55

This Stool Shall Pass 50

How Jew Doin 49

Vali Katz 45

Nickel Loves Pickles 12

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Mondays at Cedar Creek 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Molly Malone's 8 p.m.
Patrick Slagle (Paddycake)

I started quizzing about 2 years ago when my best friend got me involved on his quiz team. Since then I have rarely missed a quiz at our regular venue on Monday Nights.

Over the years people have come and gone, at one point we had a regular team of 5, that kicked a lot of ass and took a lot of names. We even competed in Geek Bowl 2013 under the name How I Met Your Mothra.

People have come and gone since then, but at the very least, 3 of our team remained quizzing every Monday. After Geek Bowl, the bestie got hired as a quizmaster, so I decided to do the same the next time auditions rolled around.

So here I am, Quizmaster Paddycake. I started at Molly Malone's in Spring, and now I shall be taking over Cedar Creek on Monday nights as well. Big shoes to fill there, but I feel confident it'll all be awesome!

See you at quiz!

I wasn’t. I was the dorky one who came up with weird games in the playground. I was also the guy who wore hand-me-down flannel shirts, Rustler jeans, and knee-high white socks with the colored bands at the top (you know the ones I mean).

But I can tell you there are certain stereotypes of kindergarten-3rd grade kids that still hold true to this day. (I know people with kids, so this has been confirmed)

1)      There is always the kid that craps his pants. It’s inevitable.

2)      There is always the kid that cries everyday because he misses his mom.

3)      There is always the kid that throws up every day at least once. This is surprisingly not usually the same person that eats glue.

4)      The kid that eats glue. (although this kid is not relegated to only eating glue. They can devour anything from play doh to boogers. But glue seems to be their main staple)

5)      The poor kid. (usually in hand-me down clothes, and inexpensive pants and shoes) This was me, most of the time, but I was happy, so it doesn’t matter.

6)      The kid who never bathes. This is also sometimes the poor kid, but not always. I for example, bathed daily. Well, almost daily… you’ll have to ask my parents about that.

7)      The weird kid. This was also me. But, this is the kid that comes up with strange ideas, fun games, laughs a lot, colors outside the lines, is awesome at art projects, etc.

8)      The beauty queen. They exist at any age. They’re pretty and they know it. They tend to be prima donnas, and can also coincide with number 2.

9)      The outcast. This can also coincide with numbers 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. But never 8.

 

But, although glue can sometimes be horses in a previous life, it is not, in fact a form a bread.

After all was said and done last night, (and we won’t even talk about round 7), Disney’s New Ride: It’s a Small Child After All came out on top followed by Bastille Crazy After All These Years, and World Cup 2014: Battle of the Popes.

And now for…

“Shit That Comes Out of My Best Friend’s Mouth”


 

Him: Oh my god! Twisted Roots was awesome. No seriously they were the… they had the best shit burgers!

Me: Seriously? Did you just say they had the best shit burgers?

Him: Hahaha I was trying to say their burgers were the shit, and it came out all wrong.

Me: Yes, it did.

 

Toodles!

Cedar Creek
1034 West 20th Street
Houston, TX 77008
Mondays: 8:00 PM
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9:59 AM, July 08, 2014
Scores
Thunderbuddies 86

Anne Frank: Hide and Seek Runner Up 73

My PP is Bigger Than Yours 72

Johnny Manziel: Blowing His Millions 71

Drunk, Naked, and Driving a Zamboni 68

Vagina Monocles 66

We Can't Hear You! 63

Prestige World Cup 59

Sleep Number 69 53

Spitters are Quitters 52

Tasteful Sideboob 52

Rick Perry Is a West Coast Metrosexual 49

Team Sexy Legs 33

Paddycake


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Mondays at Cedar Creek 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Molly Malone's 8 p.m.
Patrick Slagle (Paddycake)

I started quizzing about 2 years ago when my best friend got me involved on his quiz team. Since then I have rarely missed a quiz at our regular venue on Monday Nights.

Over the years people have come and gone, at one point we had a regular team of 5, that kicked a lot of ass and took a lot of names. We even competed in Geek Bowl 2013 under the name How I Met Your Mothra.

People have come and gone since then, but at the very least, 3 of our team remained quizzing every Monday. After Geek Bowl, the bestie got hired as a quizmaster, so I decided to do the same the next time auditions rolled around.

So here I am, Quizmaster Paddycake. I started at Molly Malone's in Spring, and now I shall be taking over Cedar Creek on Monday nights as well. Big shoes to fill there, but I feel confident it'll all be awesome!

See you at quiz!

I work from home, so I tend to not care too much how my desk looks. Thus, it is quite cluttered and messy, much like the clutter of our collective minds, evidenced by some of the answers I got last night. So let’s first examine the clutter of my desk, since I don’t have much else to talk about, and honestly some of this stuff is weird.

 

Left Quadrant (on the far side of my laptop). 2 cigarette lighters, fingernail clippers, a pill bottle with one Tylenol in it and a quarter sitting on top, a stress ball, a bent piece of green wire, the remains of a lanyard that was on a flashlight I used while camping back in October, my router, a stuffed Marvin the Martian Doll, the left speaker for my desktop, My Shiva figure, my Gilgamesh figure.

Left-Center Quadrant (where my laptop is). My laptop (of course), the aforementioned camping flashlight sans lanyard, my World of Warcraft figure print, an old jump drive that doesn’t work, my Paladin figure, and old Ipod box filled with loose change, a magnet for a tree cutting service, a spindle of various CDs.

Right-Center Quadrant. A CD box filled with various installation CDs, and some paper things I need to keep close-by or safe, my mousepad with a map of Outland on it, the mouse for my laptop, my Warlock figure and his pet Voidwalker, my little Deathwing statue from Blizzcon, the user manual for my desktop’s motherboard, the bass speaker for my desktop, two nickels and a penny, an envelope with something in it that I haven’t looked at in over a year, a yellow legal pad, my Cerberus figure, two empty coke cans, two knives (one regular, one swiss army), a post-it note pad with this written on it “2A 1E 3E 3G 3G” a jar of mixed nuts, an empty glass, my Green Lantern Figure, my phone, currently plugged into a charging cable, my desktop’s monitor, the right speaker for my desktop, a small back of toothpicks, and a thumbscrew.

Right Quadrant. The Tower for my desktop, a very plain mousepad, the mouse for my desktop, a stack of unused post-it notes, a spindle with carious game CDs on it, three game CD boxes that are currently empty, a piece of paper with Atari’s customer service number on it (don’t know why I have that), and an old check that I have already deposited electronically.

I keep telling myself I need to straighten it up, but you know what they say about procrastination… you can always procrastinate tomorrow… Oh well, I’m off work Thursday. Maybe that’s what I’ll do.

But, as cluttered as my desk is, It can’t be nearly as cluttered as our minds… Why else would we think Japan is called Jappon, or that Sephora Cosmetics was a poet? Also, apparently Kris Kross sounds remarkably like Salt N Pepa, Crosby Stills Nash and Young sound like Sting, apparently, and God is empty, just like me. Don’t think I didn’t notice you all singing along with that line. Also, it appears a trend developed during the audio round… don’t know the answer? Write the same thing in every blank. It actually paid off for some of you.

Also, Carnie, Cammie, and Carly are apparently interchangeable names, and Anne Bronte may have gone by the pseudonymn Jessica. We don’t know for sure, though. Everyone knows their current events, however. At least we all pay attention to the news! However when it comes to rubber masks, Tiger Woods looks strikingly like Sammy Sosa, and Mike Tyson looks like a crapload of other black celebrities. Oh, and Michael Jackson looks like a zombie.

I don’t know who John Gershwin is, but apparently you all love his music. There was some heavy debate about the summer of love… 1968 1969 1968 1969!! All wrong. And yes, the Popsicle brand is Creamsicle. Here’s some evidence…

http://www.popsicle.com/product/category/107662/creamsicle

http://www.drinksmixer.com/drink2wx2576.html

Proof that alcohol has ruined us all.

It should also be noted that South Park is apparently a religious show to some of you, and Highway To Heaven Will forever be known to me now, as “That Michael Landon thing… heaving something something FUCK!”

You know what else? We all apparently hate McDonalds, Taco Bell, and KFC. Now, I can understand two of those… but Taco Bell? Really? I love Taco Bell! Very few of you watched Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers apparently… I can actually still sing the entire theme song from memory. It was one of my post-class shows when I was in college. None of you have ever fly-fished before either, since I got everything from rowing to water polo for question 7.

In the end though, you guys did pretty well, I guess. Sorry for the haphazard sound system. I promise it is only temporary till the cable gets fixed. So, next week come early and grab a table near me, and you’ll be able to hear much better.

First place went to Thunderbuddies who pretty much dominated the night from round one on, followed by Anne Frank: Hide and Seek Runner Up, and My PP is Bigger Than Yours.

Thanks for coming out!

I have nothing for my weekly segment this week. My best friend has been in Dallas since Thursday so I won’t see him again till tomorrow, but I’m sure it will be rife with funny quotes as he will have stories to tell.

Toodles!

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