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

Two Word Blitz
We've got two words for you: Write On.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
'G' Pictures by Category

More Recent Games

Click a Jackson
-Editor Pick-
Pick the correct person with the surname Jackson from the following clues.
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McNugget Sauces
Nothing about this quiz is good for your health.
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Miss Universe 2014 National Costumes
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Can you guess which country is being represented by the Miss Universe Pageant National Costume?
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American Gothic Parodies
Pitchfork and farmhouse? Check. It's time to make art.
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Gimme an 'F'
F is for friends who do stuff together...
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Miscellaneous Trios III
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Can you click the three things that all fit the given category?
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Scary Baby Names?
-Editor Pick-
Can you deduce the baby names suggested to new parents by babycenter.com in their 'Dark, Evil, and Scary' name list, given the initial, number of letters, and the website's explanation?
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Italian Car Brands
In our experience, Italian cars are almost always driven by someone who looks like Magnum PI.
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Same Start: Countries and Elements
Apparently variety is NOT the spice of life.
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Fruit or Antelope?
One is delicious, and the other is really hard to catch.
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Days of the Week (Fill in the Blank)
-Editor Pick-
Pick the correct day of the week to complete the answer.
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'A' Logos
We're all about these A logos.
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Name That Fish
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Name these famous fish from various media.
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Ben & Jerry's Flavor Match-Up
We hope you don't get a brain freeze from all this ice cream.
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K Bunker
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Name the correct 'K' answers.
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Top Double Letter Girl Names per Decade
Sadly, 'Apple' did not make the cut.
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'K' Pictures by Category
We see right through you 'K', you're nothing but a trumped up 'C'!
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Name That Baby After Food!
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Can you guess the baby names inspired by food and drinks that Babycenter.com suggests to parents, given its initial, number of letters, and the website's explanation?
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8-to-1 Shooting Gallery: Food, Glorious Food!
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Can you select the items that belong to each set of food and cooking related categories?
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Nursery Rhymes Slot Machine
Bo Peep may have lost her sheep, but the only thing we know for sure is that they're not in this quiz.
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Born in New Hampshire
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Name these famous people who were born in New Hampshire (and are listed alphabetically).
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Click a Chuck II
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
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Nursery Rhyme by Two Given Words
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Pick the correct the nursery rhyme by the two given words.
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Click a 'Way'
-Editor Pick-
Match the person or character with 'way' in their name to each clue.
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One-Syllable Blitz
If you're looking to shake things up, try talking in one-syllable words for a day. It. Will. Be. Rad.
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'A' Images Close-Up
On second thought, it might be a better idea to keep a safe distance.
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Math Jokes
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Pick the punchlines to these math jokes.
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Al- A to Z
-Editor Pick-
Name the words and phrases beginning with 'AL'.
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___ used to be ___ (Clickable)
-Editor Pick-
From cities to sports teams, from countries to corporations and beyond, the goal of this game is to match the current and former names of a very varied assortment. Thanks for playing and good luck - cheers.
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Two-Syllable Blitz
-Editor Pick-
Name the two-syllable things.
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Miscellaneous Editor: Hejman

Recent popular comments in Miscellaneous

  1. 'Double' Clicking: Product Names
    47
    I'm a horrible person... the Ni__a Wafers caused me to pause for a second as I glanced over possible answers... great quiz, nonetheless!
  2. Fruit or Antelope?
    41
    I was hoping this would be a picture quiz. I totally would have nailed that.
  3. One-Syllable Blitz
    38
    Regarding questions about "missing bones": the skull comprises 8 cranial and 14 facial bones; the hip is not a bone but a joint where four different bones come together (femur, ischium, ilium, pubis); the spine is composed of 24 vertebrae and the sacrum; the jaw is a lay term referring to the mandible (and often the TM joints, which include portions of the temporal bone). So I think @Flick got it right.
  4. One-Syllable Blitz
    36
    I sat here naming dozens of orchestral instruments to finally come up with drums....I've played the flute for 9 years.
  5. 'K' Pictures by Category
    34
    I'm currently attending school to become a knight, happy to see my occupation recognized.
  6. Most Popular 'A' Boy Names Since 1880
    34
    Surprised not to see Adam
  7. Same Start: Countries and Elements
    30
    nice quiz. bump it up to 2:30 or 3:00 please. For people with poor keyboard skills, this is really a blitz at 2:00 minutes. The subject knowledge will be there or it won't with the added time.
  8. 'K' Pictures by Category
    24
    Would you consider accepting "kingfisher" for the type of bird? (Kookaburras are a type of kingfisher)
  9. 'Double' Clicking: Product Names
    24
    Ruddles is a brand name in the UK (it's an English ale)
  10. Two Word Blitz
    23
    Perhaps you should remove the "the" at the end of "U.S. Department of the..." It threw me off, and when the answer showed up I felt like it was a little misleading. I would never say "Department of the Homeland Security."