Toy Story 1, 2, or 3?

by Treverbeast454

Who's watching Toy Story 4 for Keanu Reeves today?
Find Five: Global Tourist Edition

by eyes355

Taking this quiz does not give you the right to start bragging about all the cool places you've been.
Four Colors Crossword

by esmeyny

We don't know how helpful more colors in a crossword are, but they sure look nice.
Wednesday's QuizzesJun 19
80% Movie Titles

by Pilgab

20% weird subtitles.
'M' Sorting Gallery

by alinrotundu

The 'M' stands for many.
World Leader Mini Minefields

by Mateo56

Hopefully you were listening in History class.
Hidden Neighbors of Indiana

by smac17

Come out, come out, wherever you are!
First 10 Champions

by Hejman

Apparently, a mustache and tie was required to play baseball back then.
Disney 'I Want' Songs

by CatStarcatcher

If Ariel had listened to the Rolling Stones, she'd have know that you can't always get what you want.
Literary Objects

by strokes_static

We keep our literary objects in a giant horse, don't you?
Crossword: A Grid About Nothing

by Purple_Parrot

This quiz isn't as pointless as the title makes it sound.
Rhymes with the Definition

by MSUKent

You'll have enough rhyme ideas by the end of this that you might be able to put together your own rap.
Elements Named After Ytterby, Sweden

by Tr4pD00r

You could probably find some elements not named after Ytterby there. Like oxygen.
Tuesday's QuizzesJun 18
Who Am I? Famous People V

by DIEGO1000

Questions famous people have probably never asked themselves.
Vocabulary Blitz LIII

by iglew

If you thought 'LIII' was a word, we have some bad news for you.
S-P-O-R-C-L-E Countries By Continent

by jrage2009

S.P.O.R.C.L.E. sounds like it could be the name of a new intergovernmental organization.
Images for Every Subcategory: Just For Fun

by El_Dandy

Sometimes we just like looking at pretty pictures.
Pick a Seafood Dish

by hellofromUK

It's time to flex your trivia mussels.
LogiCrossword: Disney Princesses

by lolshortee

This wouldn't be the first time Disney princesses have crossed over.
Which Empire? Modern-Day Cities

by BillyJoelRulez

The Empire Quiz Strikes Back.
Line by Line: Son of a Preacher Man

by gazzso

We're really preaching to the choir with this one.
Monday's QuizzesJun 17
Spelling by Phonetics

by seanpat0

Most people would just call it "spelling" until they reach a rude awakening.
Ernest Hemingway or Mark Twain?

by hjckr

"All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain..."
-Ernest Hemingway
Odd or Even: Holidays

by RaysRule2010

We track them by "days when we have to buy things for people" and "days when we get free things."
Country, Capital, Subdivision

by afarbetterrest

Even if you fail, be grateful, we're building you a travel catalog.
Bullseye Blitz: MLB!

by bhenderson79

We're probably confusing a couple sports here.
Begins and Ends: Spielberg Movies

by timschurz

It's always more efficient to remove the middle man anyway.
'B' Sitcom Surnames

by Pilgab

'B' ready for a bunch of last names.
5 to 1: Islands

by mg10

If you go back far enough, everything was technically just a giant island.
Finish the Historical Event

by strokes_static

This doesn't mean you get to change them.
Lord of the Rings Bunker

by Peterlie

The Hobbit would be very different if Bilbo had an impenetrable bunker for a hobbit hole.
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