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

Surnames by Any 3 Letters (USA)
"I call everyone 'Darling' because I can't remember their names." -- Zsa Zsa Gabor
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Website by Homepage (2013)

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Starts with SCH
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Name the people, places and things that start with SCH.
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Vowel Beginning Blitz
Work quickly or you'll be disa-voweled.
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Same-Sound Sign Spelling Slipups (Slideshow)
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The words may sound right, but the text on each of these images contains a misspelling. Type in the CORRECT spelling of that word, for each slide.
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Add a Little More Sweetness
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Name the words that contain an S that become a new word when you double the S.
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Close-up 'E' Images
These images are 'E'-xtreme!!!
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L Bunker
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Name the correct 'L' answers.
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Logos with Orange
Now we want orange juice.
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30 Facts that Start with 'Y'
Hopefully you won't have to ask 'Y' any of these were included.
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Born in Brooklyn
How could SO MANY famous people come out of one borough?
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Groups of Three
Two heads are better than one, but are three stooges better than two?
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Presidential Airport Namesakes
It's pretty hard to get an airport named after you, even for presidents.
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Alphabetical Foursomes II
Remembering what's in each category shouldn't be too hard. The tricky part is remembering the right order.
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Southern Food Slideshow
Come into the kitchen, that's where the food is!
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Jigsaw Puzzle Picture (slideshow)
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Can you put this jigsaw puzzle back together? Follow the instructions below each slide, to recreate the Picture, 'piece by piece'.
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Click an Ed
When it comes to people named Ed, we like 'em!
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Who Coined the Phrase?
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Name the people who introduced the given phrases.
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Famous Sisters
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Pick the first names of each set of sisters, given their surname.
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5 Most Popular Websites per Year
Sporcle juuust missed the cut.
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Famous Australians
These famous people grew up with Vegemite. We don't really know how to process that.
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'Sounds the Same' Slideshow IV
It would be a challenge to use these words in a single sentence.
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Top Beef, Pork & Poultry Producers
Vegetarians, you might want to look away now.
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Birthdays Celebrated with Google Doodles
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Name the notable person whose birthday is being commemorated in these Google Doodles.
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Click a 'Rat'
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Pick the person or character with the name containing the letters 'Rat' for each clue.
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Spanish Food Slideshow
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Name the Spanish foods pictured in the slideshow.
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Unlikely Presidential Candidates
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Name the fictional and real characters who are running for president.
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Images That End in 'X'
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Can you guess the words or names that end in 'X' as represented by these images?
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Curious Consonant Combos
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Name the answers that contain these unusual consonant sequences.
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'N' Logos 2
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Name the things starting with 'N' by their logos.
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u*u A to Z
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Name the words and names containing 'u★u'.
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Click 'All' People
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Pick the person or character with the name containing the letters 'All' for each clue.
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Miscellaneous Editor: Hejman

Recent popular comments in Miscellaneous

  1. 5 Most Popular Websites per Year
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    Really surprised not to see Youtube on this
  2. Close-up 'E' Images
    79
    Tried Egypt, Ethiopia, Eastern Africa...
  3. 5 Most Popular Websites per Year
    53
    Wait... Yahoo is getting MORE popular?! It's a dinosaur. Next you'll tell me iPods are going out of style for gramophones.
  4. 5 Most Popular Websites per Year
    46
    The description is very misleading. The info is taken from pages like this: https://www.comscore.com/Insights/Market-Rankings/comScore-Media-Metrix-Ranks-Top-50-US-Desktop-Web-Properties-for-July-2014 You can see that "Google sites," "Yahoo sites," "Microsoft sites," etc. are all grouped together. Hence why Youtube did not appear in the answers. I was confused as to why Bing was not on there, since it is the single most popular Microsoft site. The quiz creator should have used Alexa rankings, and/or they should have made it more clear what was being asked. These are web properties, not web sites.
  5. Alphabetical Foursomes II
    44
    First I was annoyed the answers weren't in alphabetical order...then it dawned on me.
  6. Groups of Three
    42
    Kudos on the "Gordie Howe Hat Trick!"
  7. 5 Most Popular Websites per Year
    42
    "Oh this one should be good for a few point back in the 90's... Holy hand grenades!! People were still going to AOL.com in 2013!?"
  8. 5 Most Popular Websites per Year
    42
    Aka "What is the default home page?"
  9. 30 Facts that Start with 'Y'
    41
    "Scrambled eggs,
    All my troubles seemes so far away,
    But now it looks as though they're here to stay,
    Oh I believe in scrambled eggs"

    I don't see why they changed it
  10. Close-up 'F' Images
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    To me, the "fossil" just looks like bones. Perhaps replace it with a picture of a fossil which is still part of the rock.