Miscellaneous Quizzes

We can't think of a better way to spend your spare minutes than in our Miscellaneous section, a veritable flea market of random trivia. Miscellaneous is the place to finally apply all that trivia you've absorbed towards beating the clock in our quizzes! From top baby names from the 90s' to the top U.S. universities, there is a trivia quiz that can find a match for even the most obscure knowldege. Are you a George Carlin fan? Name George's 'seven dirty words' in under a minute to beat this random quiz! Challenge yourself and friends so you can finally put all those lazy facts to use and get that brain of yours purring like a kitten.

Today's Featured Game

Clickably Spicy
Warning: This quiz might be too hot to handle.
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Images that Start with 'R'

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Homophone Slideshow
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Name the 2 words that sound alike but are spelled differently, as depicted in each pair of images.
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Born in Washington
The Evergreen State is home to the Space Needle, Mount Rainier and these famous celebs.
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Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XVII
So...are you smarter than a college student yet?
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Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XVIII
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Name the answers to these general trivia questions intended for a college audience that all share a theme.
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The S-E-X quiz
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Can you answer the following questions, where the answers begin with 'S', 'E', or 'X'?
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Add-a-K Image Pairs
It takes a well-balanced word to be able to take on a K. We think a slow clap is in order.
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'G' Girl Names by Decade
G may be the 7th letter of the alphabet, but it's first in our hearts.
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Animals by Part A-Z
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Name the animals for each letter (without X) for the parts shown.
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Actress, Artist, Author: Name?
What's in a name, besides actresses, artists, and authors?
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Martin and Lewis
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Name these famous people whose names contain either Martin or Lewis.
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Jumping Slideshow!
This quiz just won't sit still, not even for a treat.
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Motto Match
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Match the Motto to its Translation and Organization.
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Words on a Penny [MAP]
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Name the words that appear on a US Lincoln Memorial Cent (1959–2008).
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30 Things You Should Know that Start with 'H'
We're not sure what the 'H' is happening here!
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Questions with distracting gifs
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Can you answer the Questions with distracting gifs
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Wikipedia Word Clouds
Nowadays, there's just so much information stored in the cloud.
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10 Richest Women Match
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Match the descriptions and worth to the 10 richest women in the world in 2014.
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I Spy…in Threes
These trios make some of the most terrific match-ups.
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Two Clues: 'N' Words
No nose knows like a gnome's nose knows.
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Cars that start with 'F' (picture slideshow)
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Name the automobile, SUV and truck models that start with 'F' (not the manufacturer name).
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Click a John II
There are so many famous people named John we had to make a second quiz!
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Top 300 Boy Names (1963)
We're as shocked as you are that some of these names made it to the top of any list.
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Guess Who in 3 Words II
What would your three words be if you were in this quiz?
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Public or Private University?
Otherwise known as, the exclusive club or the one that lets any ol' riff raff through its doors.
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Homonym Slideshow
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Name the word that describes both images.
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Commonly Misspoken Phrases
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Can pick the correctly written phrase or idiom of the two options?
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Strangely Interesting Websites
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Match the name of the strangely interesting website to its description.
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Missing Middles Medley: M
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Pick the missing middle words that begin with M.
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Every Sporcle Category True or False Quiz
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Can you pick which of these statements are true, and which are false across all 15 Sporcle categories?
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Mega Mixed Word Collection: Miscellaneous
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Can you name things from all realms of Miscellaneous when given these mixed words?
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Miscellaneous Editor: Hejman

Recent popular comments in Miscellaneous

  1. Are You Smarter Than a College Student? ...
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    I went the entire quiz without realizing there was a theme. I guess I'm not smarter than a college student. Either that or it's too late at night to be doing sporcle...
  2. I Spy…in Threes
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    I believe you have the order of clues wrong for one of the answers. O'Keefe is *clearly* the first one, *then* the state and the country.
  3. AA to ZZ Images
    42
    never heard of jack knife before, thought it would accept flick knife.
  4. Add-a-K Image Pairs
    38
    Tell me I'm not the only person who thought that one picture was a giant pair of underwear and was like "Underweark? No."
  5. Guess Who in 3 Words II
    38
    I prefer having these set up with alphabetically by last name
  6. 30 Things You Should Know that Start wit...
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    @Kryptos18 (archived) - how is this quiz in any way British-centric? I like them because they are so balanced. Even the British-like questions, for example the English king killed at Hastings, should be pretty basic knowledge for anybody. And questions about the Boulder Dam are, I'd argue, quite American. It's nice to take a quiz I stand a chance on :)
  7. Are You Smarter Than a College Student? ...
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    I saw the answers I missed and I was like, "That's funny... All of the ones I missed started with K!" But really, is it acceptable to have a K quiz without Kyrgyzstan (at least for those of us not smart enough to realize the theme and type it in anyway for the bonus)?
  8. AA to ZZ Images
    30
    I'm guessing that the picture for button doesn't work so well outside USA (I'd call it a "badge"). Why not just use a picture of... er... a button?
  9. AA to ZZ Images
    29
    For "QQ", you could use a picture of the Greenlandic settlement of Ittoqqortoormiit. Well, or maybe not.
  10. Born in Washington
    27
    That moment when you spend over 3 minutes trying to remember how to spell Jackie Joyner-Kersee only to see Gail Devers come up?
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