Top Comments of the Week (7/25)

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1. From: Tiny Almost Useless Trivia IV

Woodchucker: Why is determined in quotes? That Owl’s research of Tootsie Pop consumption was highly scientific.


2. From: 30 Maps That’ll Help You Make Sense of the World

MTwhizWhat an incredibly fun and informative quiz! Hey, America may have unpaid maternity leave and a ridiculous measuring system, but at least we gave the world Sporcle. We can be proud of that.


3. From: Famous Family Trees III

dlauthorWish there were a metric to see how many people thought to themselves, “how am I supposed to to know Anne Hathaway’s husband? Is he famous? And when did she have all those kids?”


4. From: Famous Movie Characters

gwynn19I tried “El Duderino”, since I’m not into that whole brevity thing. Didn’t work.


5. From: Every Disney/Pixar Villain

buckeyebobThe secret villain of every Pooh movie is Owl. He’s pompous, he spreads misinformation, and in the end he steals Piglet’s home. He’s basically a feathery Mr. Potter.

Top Comments of the Week (07/18)

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1. From: Northern Countries

padlarf: Typed Chile for fun. Wasn’t that much fun.


2. From: Pun Fun II

corndogI don’t really understand why the picture for the quiz is Obama. I hope this doesn’t set a bad president for future quiz images.


3. From: Homonym Slideshow

mselbyDid I hear something about that picture being of an excavator and not a crane!?

Anyway, I fixed it, but if we’ve learned one thing today, it’s that there isn’t a bird called an excavator and there sure as hell should be.


4. From: Largest Police Departments (U.S.)

leosworkoutplanNo Miami? David Caruso just takes care of it all?


5. From: Heavily-Armed Countries

fnurtTo America’s credit, we do ban lawn darts.

21 Quizzes You Might Have Missed (June 2014)

432004_10151382834450010_1179365295_nIt was a busy month here at Sporcle, and if you skipped a few days of Sporcling, you might just have missed one of the best quizzes of the month.

Instead of feeling bad about it, we thought we’d put together a monthly recap of all the most interesting games on Sporcle.

Take a look at our full list of top games below, and let us know about your favorites in the comments.

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Top Comments of the Week (06/20)

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1. From: US Presidents by One-Word Hints

crouchingdomo: Anybody else see “Tippecanoe” and go looking for Tyler?


2. From: 21 Most Corrupt Countries

pokemonrRussia is not here.

Putin: Ah, Sporcle Admin. Surely my country will not be here.( Slips money under the table)

Sporcle Admin: Yes, of course not.


3. From: ‘Name’ That Profession

jago706The dietitian Les Eaton might have a colleague, Michael Lester O’Level.


4. From: US State Capital Match-Up

dancastroIf someone has difficulties trying to remember which capital (Bismarck or Pierre) belongs to each Dakota, here is a little mnemonic rule. Bismarck is a German name, Pierre is a French one. On the average, Germany is north of France. Therefore, Bismarck is ND, Pierre is SD.


5. From: Disney Animal Character Match-Up

AzraelAccidentally hit Jiminy Chipmunk. Now I wish he were real.

Top Comments of the Week (06/13)

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1. From: Five Stages of Grief

Walking_Fred: First, the admins couldn’t believe that it hadn’t been done before. Then, they got mad they hadn’t thought of it. Next, they tried to think of a better way to do it. Disappointed in their effort, they finally had to publish it today.


2. From: 2014 World Cup Teams

JoshDupuisI’m really rooting for Bosnia but I can’t stand Herzegovina.


3. From: Words That Begin with ‘WR’

mustangoSo in summary, more people got wrong right than write, and more people got wright wrong than right.


4. From: 25 Years of the World Wide Web

Azazello2000 – Half the CDs currently in existence are free trial software CDs that were mailed to you every other day by this now irrelevant company.”


5. From: ‘H’ Pictures by Category

bossfan92For your historian picture alone, you sir win the internet.

Top Comments of the Week (06/06)

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1. From: Pale Movie Characters

MTwhiz: Dang that’s a lot of Depp!


2. From: Call the Grammar Police

BrizzaPeople should have to take this quiz before being allowed onto the rest of the Internet.


3. From: The 22 Countries Britain Has Never Invaded

sconeyjIt smacks of a lack of ambition that we stopped at 175.


4. From: Mindboggling Countries III

tim0786I found the word “magnolia.” I realize it’s not a country, but I thought it was cool.


5. From: The 22 Countries Britain Has Never Invaded

I270Exit1All that, in search of decent food.

21 Quizzes You Might Have Missed (May 2014)

432004_10151382834450010_1179365295_nIt was a busy month here at Sporcle, and if you skipped a few days of Sporcling, you might just have missed one of the best quizzes of the month.

Instead of feeling bad about it, we thought we’d put together a monthly recap of all the most interesting games on Sporcle.

Take a look at our full list of top games below, and let us know about your favorites in the comments.

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Top Comments of the Week (05/30)

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1. From: Famous Bills In Sixty Seconds

ZenophileX: I can’t be the only one who thought he was answering the Bill Paxton question, but got the Bill Pullman question right. Or vice versa. Right?


2. From: Same Color or Not?

FlickI was pretty poor guessing the colors, but at least I got the ‘Type (N)ext to continue.’ questions correct…


3. From: ‘G’eography

Woodchuckerooooh Granada and Grenada. That is brilliantly cruel.


4. From: 3 Major Rock Types

uoljHey! A science quiz where the answers actually haven’t changed since I was in school!


5. From: Classic American Food

WoodchuckerI’ve always heard Candied Yams. “Candied Sweet Potatoes” sounds like some awkward phrasing because the word Yams was copyrighted.

Check Out Sporcle’s Top Comments of the Week (05/16)

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1. From: 20 Frightening Fruits & Veggies

mcory: Did somebody seriously bring fruits and vegetables into an MRI Scan? No wonder my medical co-pays are so high.


2. From: Complete the Conspiracy

sunsurferI also like the possibility of “What if my love life is a disaster…And my milkshake had nothing to do with it”.


3. From: 3-Letter Images A-Z

zalkon2004The rug really ties the quiz together.


4. From: Food Cliches

CecispandaWhoever first said “it’s like taking candy from a baby” definitely never tried to take candy from a baby!


5. From: ‘S’ Baby Names (2009)

RufusTFireflyClearly, not enough parents are naming their kids Sporcle.

Check Out Sporcle’s Top Comments of the Week (05/09)

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1. From: Famous Toms

RonB: I’d complain about you leaving out the leader of the Heartbreakers, but that would be petty.


2. From: ANYONE but US Presidents

Nol_SolanoShakira: “Read my hips: No new taxes”


3. From: Common Household Items

abard124“Time machine? No? Oh, shower!”


4. From: 10 Largest Countries in North America

GoldenHey, I like this new idea of bonus answers in clickable quizzes. From now on, I can am going to spend my time clicking around and in the gaps to see if I can uncover any. I’d be really bummed, though, if I clicked on an incorrect bonus answer – like Brazil or Vatican City.


5. From: Common Household Items

WCRoentgenOur main freezer is attached to the fridge. But we have one of those big ones in the cellar, where we keep Grandma.