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Question 45
TIQ2 - 45
Difficulty

Medium

Reference(s)

"Old MacDonald Had a Farm"

Question 45 of The Impossible Quiz 2 is a fill-in-the-blank question that goes like the well-known children's song and nursery rhyme: "Old McDonald had a farm". The potential answers, which are almost completely unrelated to the song's lyrics, are "O RLY?", "Baaa!", "Pffft" and "I see…".

Obviously enough, none of these option boxes are the answer, though you can actually use them to create the answer. What you have to do is to use the last "E" and the "I" in "I see…", along with the "O" in "O RLY?", to complete that particular verse: "E-I-E-I-O!". The letters will appear below the question message as you click them (complete with a voice-over singing them), and after you're done writing it, you'll be sent to the next question.

Mobile version

Question 45 (iOS)
Screenshot 2014-06-02-16-33-11
Difficulty

Easy

Reference(s)

None

For the iOS version of The Impossible Quiz 2, since Question 49 had to be omitted, questions 45 to 48 were pushed one space forward, with this one becoming number 46 and a brand new question filling this spot.

The new Question 45 is a balloon question: a word will come up, saying "BLUE!", briefly before disappearing, and then you'll see six differently coloured balloons flying upwards: a red one, a green one, a blue one, a yellow one, a brown one, and a purple one.

Your task is to pop the blue balloon, obviously. If you accidentally pop one of a different colour, or don't pop the blue one before it disappears from the screen, you'll lose a life.

The mobile edition's third and final Fusestopper is located in this question. All you have to do is to pop the purple balloon, which is the only one of the five that aren't blue which you can pop without losing a life. Make sure you pop it before the blue one; otherwise, you'll miss your chance.

Trivia

  • Question 105 in the first Quiz featured a similar mechanism to the one used in this question, having to spell "banana" using letters from the four different options.
  • The voice that sings "E-I-E-I-O!" in this question belongs to Splapp, though he modified it to sound deeper, as revealed in a post on his Tumblr page.