Miscellaneous Quizzes

Today's Featured Game

Click a Lincoln or Ford
This quiz includes presidents, cars and everything in between.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Almost Useless Trivia IX

More Recent Games

Largest US Cities Without a Stadium
It seems like a stadium should come automatically once a city has hit 200,000 people.
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Most Popular US Websites (2015)
These sites had us addicted to our phones, tablets, and laptops for more hours than we'd like to admit.
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Find the Pattern 3
Editor Pick
Name the words and names that share a common pattern or theme.
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EFF!
Editor Pick
Can you quickly find the ten Fs hidden among the Es?
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Various Infrared Images
Editor Pick
Can you name everything that's shown in these infrared pictures?
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UNESCO Memory of the World (A-Z)
We doubt that UNESCO would organize these images alphabetically.
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S-P-O-R-C-L-E Foods
Editor Pick
Name the foods that begin with S,P,O,R,C,L, and E.
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Which Logo Is It?
This quiz is an advertiser's dream come true.
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Oh, Even More Irony
Editor Pick
Can you fill in the blank to complete the irony?
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'Y' in Every Category
'Y' not give this a try?
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General Knowledge: Jeopardy Style III
Even if you get 100% on your first try, we recommend studying A LOT more for actual Jeopardy!
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Name That Egg
Editor Pick
Can you name that Egg?
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Sets of Three V
Careful, parts of these sets could belong to other categories.
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Unexpected Clothing Labels
These labels aren't quite what they seem.
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'G' Food Pictures
Don't get greedy with all of these 'G' foods.
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Sweetheart Sayings
Ah, our favorite candy flavors. Yellow 5 and Red 3.
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Seemingly Unrelated Trivia V
Editor Pick
Can you answer these seemingly unrelated trivia questions?
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States by Airport Codes (Picture Click)
Editor Pick
Pick the US States when given the codes of their three largest* airports.
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Famous 4 X 4
It's totally fine to say these four-letter words out loud.
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'P' and 'L' Things
Editor Pick
Name the 2-word things, phrases and people that start with the letters 'P' and 'L'.
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More Glass Animals
Careful, you break it you buy it.
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Country by Beer bottle
Editor Pick
Name the countries these beer bottles come from.
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Double Letter Logos II
This quiz will have you oooohing and aaaahing.
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Three-Word Slogan Match-Up
These slogans are just the right length, not too short, not too long.
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Born In ... Where?
Editor Pick
Name these people who were born in unexpected locations.
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Find the Seventh...Fast!
Editor Pick
Pick the item that completes each group of seven, when given the other six items in the set.
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Close-up 'N' Images
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Name the 'N' object given a close-up.
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Sporcle Speed-Picking V
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Pick the five things that are from each category in only 2 minutes.
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'King' of General Knowledge Slideshows
Editor Pick
All questions or answers in this slideshow are related to the word 'King'.
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ϛoRͲ1nℊ Blitz: Animals V
Editor Pick
Can you sort (i.e. click in order) the animals in the repeated pattern of Extinct, Fictional, Extant, Fictional?
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Miscellaneous Editor: Hejman

Recent popular comments in Miscellaneous

  1. Sweetheart Sayings
    57
    "Jim, I'm telling you, you can't put Purr Fect on the hearts. It's a cat pun. It doesn't work if there's no reference or mention of cats anywhere." "Bob, you either let me do this, or I tell the boss you were the one who changed the molds to read "Let's get busy.""
  2. Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XXVII
    53
    Let me know in June whether the clue for Villa is still valid.
  3. UK Sorting Gallery
    45
    @ImpromptuJ: We always have a summer. We're just never sure which day it's going to be.
  4. Banned Around the World II
    38
    As a Canadian, I say leave the kinder surprise as is. So many quizzes are US-centric, and we put up with that. I've never heard of half the candy mentioned on sporcle, and I don't complain.
  5. Most Popular US Websites (2015)
    37
    It's a shame that Sporcle isn't in the top 15...if only it was based on cumulative hours spent by users on the site...
  6. Occupation by Rubber Ducky
    37
    I'd like to see names allow their natural duck equivalents, i.e. fireduck, policeduck, etc. If you want to get creative, then ducktective, stewardduck, etc. Also, I really don't think the bakerduck was the most distinct (maybe it's just me).... perhaps a conducktor would have been a better choice? Nevertheless, fine quiz, and fun idea... I'm sure sporclers will find this adductive (uh oh, I hear the pun police coming for me...)
  7. Occupation by Rubber Ducky
    37
    I like that it accepts a wide range of variations on the job titles from those displayed as the correct answers. I think my answers differed for 19 of them but were still accepted.
  8. General Knowledge: Jeopardy Style III
    34
    Is the "Ford's Theatre" response so low because people were looking for "in the head"?
  9. Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XXVII
    34
    Maybe it's pedantic but accepting just "Adriatic" without "Sea" seems odd since the former obviously doesn't end with an "A"
  10. Occupation by Rubber Ducky
    34
    Interesting to see which ducks are clearly gendered.