Top Comments of the Week (09/04)

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1. From: Avoid the ‘I’ US States

ElisDaddyMississippi was a bad choice.


2. From: Tiny Almost Useless Trivia VII

armadillokingVerily this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add that it’s my very good honour to meet you and you may call me V.


3. From: 2013 Movies Slideshow II

SteelyMattWow…all this quiz did was remind me what a terrible year 2013 was for movies.


4. From: ‘Smelly Cat’ Lyrics

mhershfieldSorry Ross those are all the verses we have.


5. From: 5-Star Movie Quotes II

kylestoughtonJust taking this quiz has reminded me how great of an actor Robin Williams was. The rest I had to really think about, but his quotes just jumped off the page as soon as I saw them. He really was a one-of-a-kind actor with such charisma. Rest in Peace.

Top Comments of the Week (08/28)

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1. From: Banned Around the World

GameelaNever in a million years are those CURVY mannequins – they’re sticks! I was frantically typing ‘mini skirts”, ‘short skirts’, ‘skirts’, ‘sleeveless tops’, ‘western clothing’, etc etc…


2. From: Top 10 Richest US Presidents

InsertCleverNameI’m sensing a theme here. Apparently one should work hard, study, and be related to rich, dead people.


3. From: Quickly Click a ‘Quick’

PappaTWhat’s interesting is that by about the halfway point, the letters stop looking like letters. It’s trippy. Am I alone in this?


4. From: Sporcle’s Easiest Religion

crouchingdomoPoor old Deuteronomy. I have to believe it’s left off this list because it’s just so tricky to spell.


5. From: Sporcle’s Easiest Religion

ShepherdBookIt appears that naming a planet after a Roman god greatly increases their popularity.

Capital of Palau Updated on Sporcle

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After many years of requests, and research, we’ve finally updated the capital of Palau on Sporcle. For many years, we displayed/accepted the region of Melekeok as the nation’s capital, but as of today, we’ve officially switched the answer to Ngerulmud. However, we’ll continue to accept Melekeok for the time being as everyone gets used to the change.

If you have any questions/comments, let us know on our feedback page.

Create a New Account & Save at the Sporcle Store!

inviteFor the next week we’re offering big savings at the Sporcle Store for anyone who creates a new Sporcle account. If you already have an account, don’t worry, if you invite someone and they create an account, you can save too!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Create a new account on Sporcle (or invite your friends)
  2. You’ll get an email with a special Sporcle Store promo code.
  3. Shop in the store for big savings.

It’s all about as simple as playing the Lightswitch Settings quiz.

Top Comments of the Week (08/21)

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1. From: Equator Countries

UbbiebubbieSo, Equatorial Guinea… you’ve been lying to me this whole time.


2. From: Rhymes with ‘SEEK’

strags11Where I come from, ‘steak’ rhymes with ‘seek’. Well, OK, no, it doesn’t, but this is a rhyming quiz so I feel kind of obligated to make a comment like this. I think it’s in Sporcle’s terms of service.


3. From: ’90s Song Title Match Up

dlauthorSo I guess “Smells Like My Pocket” was more of a regional hit, then.


4. From: MLB Teams (Redux)

El_DandyOne day you’ll be back, Expos. One day…


5. From: 6-Letter Geography Alphabet Blitz

hbakerOh, hello timer. Didn’t see you there.

Top Comments of the Week (08/07)

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1. From: Comically Obvious Brand Knock-offs

kbw3141592: See, they’re McDonald’s… I’m McDowell’s. They got the Golden Arches, mine is the Golden Arcs. They got the Big Mac, I got the Big Mick. We both got two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions, but their buns have sesame seeds. My buns have no seeds.


2. From: Passable General Knowledge Trivia III

CottlestonPieI too am outraged this quiz featured questions that I did not know the answers to.


3. From: Separated Large Cities (USA) II

EstoniaI saw Taco and my mind just wandered away.


4. From: Easier ‘C’ Images II

sgodwinImages that start with C4? I expected this to be much more explosive! :)


5. From: Amazon.com International Websites

hodgetigerOf course there’s an amazon in Brazil……..!

Top Comments of the Week (07/31)

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1. From: Out of Shape NFL Logos

maverick2014: It seems wrong that the Patriots logo is puffy rather than under-inflated.


2. From: Who Said It: God or Kanye?

space_cadet72“Yo, Taylor, I’m really happy for you, I’ma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time!” -John 14:36


3. From: Rhymes With Sun

campfiresongsongI might have only got 18 out of 19, but at least I can still honestly say that I missed “none”.


4. From: Countries Not Invaded by Britain on a Map

DerekH22 countries not invaded by Britain – but the day is yet young…


5. From: US States Without Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

msuspartan1981Don’t feel too badly for New England, as they have Dunkin Donuts on every corner.

Top Comments of the Week (07/24)

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1. From: Test Your Memory: Countries

Kimbole: Clicked Benin instead of Begin. Must read more carefully.


2. From: Famous Fictional Dogs

crouchingdomoUgh, I know he’s just a cartoon, and I know it’s a still image and not a GIF. But even seeing Scrappy Doo with his stupid little dukes up makes me want to just slap him.

It’s never okay to hit a dog in anger, unless that dog is Scrappy Doo.


3. From: Jigsaw Puzzle Challenge

Limerick_ManOh, jigsaw puzzles are fun
And I am an expert bar none
If the box says “Here’s
For 2-4 Years”
In only 6 months I’ll be done


4. From: Word Hourglass VIII

Marsupial_NinjaJust couldn’t get ‘Bono’ to work for ‘one who puts on airs’.


5. From: Commonly Confused Words

perriconeaIf you need a mnemonic for persecute/prosecute, remember this: Any PERson can PERsecute, but only a PROfessional can PROsecute.

New Feature Alert: Connect With Google

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We added a brand new feature today that should make those of you with a Google account happy. We’ve added a 1-click sign in with Google to our login page. Just click the big red button, approve the connection and it’ll be smooth sailing from then on. If you have yet to make a Sporcle account, clicking this button will get you signed up as well.

If you have any questions, comments, or issues using the new Google sign-in button. Let us know at our feedback page.

Top Comments of the Week (06/05)

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1. From: Click an Herbivore

bacheson: On Saturday, my caterpillar ate through one piece of chocolate cake, one ice-cream cone, one pickle, one slice of Swiss cheese, one slice of salami, one lollipop, one piece of cherry pie, one sausage, one cupcake, and one slice of watermelon. I think it’s an omnivore.


2. From: Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XXIII

crazydiamond1to9For a second, I read the clue as “What medical condition is characterized by brief attacks of deep sleep, often occurring uncontrollably while reading ‘Silas Marner’?”


3. From: Name Swap Match-Up

telcontar40371As a true Chicagoan, I have to wonder why the Sears Tower is on this quiz? What new name?


4. From: Overlapping Foursomes

ksteveYou don’t know you screwed up until you get to Disney.


5. From: Sporcle’s Easiest TV

ChimakwaHOW ME FORGET COOKIE???