Tests, IQ


IQ tests were originally devised by an Austrian psychologist with an irrational fixation on triangles and are now widely acknowledged as an ineffective and largely inaccurate measure of intelligence.

Pensioners asked to undertake an IQ test for whatever reason should politely decline, and if pressed, should respond with the phrase

“If day is to night, what is to tell you the truth, I’d rather eat my own head.”