Take on Bar Trivia with "Geeks Who Drink Presents: Duh!"

By Danielle Wirsansky on September 21, 2019

Every college student has done it. Spent a night with their friends, a couple of beers in hand, as you jeered on other teams in the bar, booing and cheering collectively as your team loses or wins a round: Bar Trivia.

Love it or hate it, it is a staple of college-based entertainment. So if bar trivia is really your jam or if you are incredibly competitive (or maybe you are both), then the newly released book Geeks Who Drink Presents: Duh!: 100 Bar Trivia Questions You Should Know (And the Unexpected Stories Behind the Answers), might be the book for you, according to a recent press release!

Author Christopher D. Short, chief editor of Geeks Who Drink, says: “I guess your professors are smart and all, but are they going to teach you about that time Miley Cyrus’ real dad had to audition to play her TV dad? Don’t worry! Geeks Who Drink Presents: Duh! is full of inessential facts like that. And if you happen to hustle your local pub quiz with this new knowledge, it’s a win for everyone! Except the other teams you beat, of course.”

The book does not just give you trivia to memorize—it helps you understand the structure of trivia questions so you can see through their tricky wording and get the answer right.

And what makes Short such a trivia expert? As the chief editor of Geeks Who Drink since 2010, Christopher D. Short was already a trivia expert. But this expert title was set in stone when in 2011, Short became the fourteenth-ever six-time champion on Jeopardy (though apparently, he is still the one who earned the least money). You can’t really argue with a six-time Jeopardy Champion, right?

Geeks Who Drink Presents: Duh! Is now available now wherever books are sold and you can learn more about the book at http://bit.ly/GWDPresentsDuh.

Danielle Wirsansky graduated from FSU with a BA in Theatre, a BA in Creative Writing with a minor in History, and an MA in Modern European History with a minor in Public History. While a graduate student, she served as the Communications Officer for the History Graduate Student Association and President/Artistic Director of White Mouse Theatre Productions. She studied abroad in London, England for the Spring 2015 semester at FSU's study center for the Playwriting Program and interned for the English National Theatre of Israel in Summer of 2015. Her first musical, City of Light, opened as part of FSU's New Horizons Festival in Spring of 2016. She has also won the MRCE and URCAA Research grants from FSU. In the past, she served as the Marketing Director for the FSU Student Theatre Association, the intern for the Holocaust Education Resource Council, and the research assistant of Prof. Nathan Stoltzfus. She has previously written for Context Florida (Contributing Writer), USA Today College (Contributing Writer), Sheroes of History (Contributing Blogger), No(le)Reservations (Contributing Blogger), Female, Reloaded (Arts/Entertainment Editor) , I Want a Buzz Magazine (intern), Mandarin Newsline (youth arts update columnist), Distink Designs (Guest blogger), whatscheaper.com (associate editor), escapewizard.com (associate editor), Spark TLH (Contributor), the Tallahassee Democrat (contributor), Elan Literary Magazine (Head of Marketing), and the Improviser Newspaper (Opinions Editor). Danielle has been lucky to be writing for Uloop since 2015 and to have served as the FSU Campus Editor since 2015.

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