Word Play Quizzes

Welcome to the Sporcle "Word Play" page, for players with an "Oh, pun!" mind. Here, our punslingers draw up games which are forged in wrought irony. If you think we're only joking, well then you'll probably find our chicken jokes fowl, and the gas quips rather fuelish -- but our tree puns are very poplar nevertheless. Try a little Worcle Spordplay if you enjoy Spoonerisms; ponder fake-out clues in a decoy-laden clickable game, or simply spend some time with a rhyme. If a game is creative and involves more than a whit of wit, you'll find it here, in Sporcle Word Play!

Today's Featured Game

Synthetic 'SYN-'s
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This quiz is simply synful.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Missing 'A' Quotes

More Recent Games

'WET' Add-agrams!
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Vowels will be provided, but you'll still need to bring your own towel.
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Clickable Dog Jokes
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You'll need all of your puppy power for this.
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_ _ _ A (A-Z)
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You just need two letters to fill the sandwich
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Heteronym Slideshow
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The hyperlink above is your entrance to a quiz that will entrance you with pictures that are only worth a single word.
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The Only Letter
These letters have a destiny. They're the only ones who can make these words complete.
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Clever Jokes, Part 2
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because those stupid jokes can get so monotonous.
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Crazy Character Confusion
These characters are so hard to pin down. If we're confused, we can only imagine how they feel.
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‘Sounds the Same’ Slideshow II
Something about these pictures just seems so familiar.
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Creator of Words! II
Look at that, creating words out of thin air. Magic.
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Missing 'H' Quotes
Sadly, no Hubert H. Humphrey quotes made their way into this quiz.
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→ Separated US Presidential Surnames ←
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Can you rejoin the two halves of these US presidential surnames?
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Like A Simile Quiz
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You'll like this quiz.
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In Plain English: Richard II
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Pick the 'plain English' version of each of these quotes from Shakespeare's Richard II.
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Grammar Walks Into a Bar
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Why would Grandma walk into a bar?
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5/2 Word Chain
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I can still hear you saying. You would never break the chain.
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Double Vision
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Name the things that are clued in a punny phonetic way in all these double images.
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Presidential Rhyme Time
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Don't be hesitant, pick the right presitant.
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Word in a Word
You can't just go putting words inside of other words like this. It's madness!
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Names That Sound Familiar
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Combine the answers to each pair of clues to form the name of a historical person. Most answers will sound the same (or similar) to a famous name but will be spelled differently. (SEE EXAMPLE)
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Blitz: Does It Contain 'H'?
Get ready for a lot of wheezing.
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'RED' Add-agrams!
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You'll be seeing RED
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Add a Letter Pair II
Reverse alphabetically-consecutive letters - they're a thing! And you can fill them in the gaps to create words.
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