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Question 104
TIQ2 - 104 (1)
Difficulty Very hard (PC); Somewhat hard (Mobile)
Skippable? Yes
Bomb? 15 seconds (PC); 20 seconds (Mobile)
Reference Various characters by Splapp
Safe Question? No

Question 104 from the Impossible Quiz 2 is the fourth question of Chris's Incredible 20. It has a 15-second bomb in the PC version, and a 20-second bomb in the iOS version. There is not an actual question or specific task on screen, but rather the wall of a building, with seven dirty windows on screen. As soon as you get here, your mouse cursor will be turned into a yellow sponge.

To get through this question, you must simply clean all of the dirt from the windows by rubbing your sponge on them, revealing a bunch of characters by Splapp behind them. Sounds easy enough, but the dirt is really hard to clean, so it is recommended that you save a Fusestopper exclusively for this question. The best method to do this is to rub the windows in a circular fashion; that way, the dirt gets cleaned off quickly.

This question makes the A* Grade nearly impossible to obtain without quick movements.

TIQ2 - 104 (2)

From left to right, top to bottom: Frank, Badly Drawn Dawg, Hamish Scagwell, Eye-On-Legs, Spidermonkey, Simon the Topiarian Monster and Mars.

Screenshot 2014-06-02-16-38-15

In the iOS version, this became Question 103, and the bomb was given a 20-second timer.

Mobile version

Question 104 (iOS)
Screenshot 2014-06-02-16-38-35
Difficulty Medium
Skippable? Yes
Bomb? Yes (10 sec)
Reference None
Safe Question? No

Since Question 101 was removed from the iOS release of The Impossible Quiz 2, Questions 102-104 were pushed back one space in the lineup, with this question becoming number 103. In turn, a brand new question took the spot of number 104.

It's a 10-second bomb question that says "What do eskimos get from sitting on the ice too long?". The potential answers are "Frost bite", "Polaroids", "An igloo" and "Nothing but pain". The correct one in this case is "Polaroids", most probably as a pun between the words "polar" and "haemorrhoids" (the latter referring to the vascular structures located in the anal canal), meaning eskimos might have their haemorrhoids frozen because of the ice.

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