I think its OK to fold QQ in that situation because 2 players where already all-in and you would have had to call for most of your stack. Its a tough lay down but understandable. With QQ you certainly want to be heads up.
Against 2 players, you might even be behind. I once saw on TV in a WSOP
circuit event a player lay down QQ when 2 in front of him went all-in. It was, however, the final table, which probably changes things. He was right to fold because the 2nd guy (it was Joe Hachem) had kings. I still don't know if he folded because it was the final table or because you should with QQ if 2 players are all-in. They both make sense.
As far as folding KK, that I just can't do. I respect your decision Storm and I realize that you were right to fold, but I just can't do it. Combuboom explained in another thread that all-in raises in tourneys usually represent a wide range. After giving it some thought I now agree with it. Bubble or not, there is no way I'm folding KK heads up, right or wrong it may be.
BTW combu, lol to folding quad A's.