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

Overlapping Option Trivia IV
Better click correctly the first time, or else you'll get confused.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
More Images That Start With 'C'

More Recent Games

Animal Cracker Shapes
Some of these animals look more like blobs, but we'll give them the benefit of the doubt.
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Before they Died: Last Photos
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Name the famous people from what is considered to be the last photo of them before they died.
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'Sounds the Same' Slideshow IV
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Name the 2 words that sound alike but are spelled differently, as depicted in each pair of images.
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Click a Frozen Person
This quiz has nothing to do with the movie Frozen. We promise.
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Fortune 500 Company by Product
If you want to get rich, all you have to do is cleverly rip off one or more of these products.
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Things That Are Red II
Warning: There's a chance this quiz is filled with lead.
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Greek Food Slideshow
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Name the Greek foods pictured in the slideshow.
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Boys' Names Word Ladder, Part 1, A-M
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Name the 4 Letter Words in Part 1 of this Boys' Names themed Word ladder.
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'I' Pictures by Category
There is no 'I' in Sporcle, but there is one in 'quiz'.
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'R' Food Pictures
Now we're REALLY hungry.
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Alphabetically First
It's best to start with 'A'.
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X in Every Category
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Name the three answers starting with X in every Sporcle category.
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Famous Germans
This quiz proves that Germany has produced some of the finest minds in the world.
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Airports Named for Famous People
We're eagerly waiting for the day when an airport gets named for Sporcle.
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Cars by Haynes Manual
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Name the cars from the front covers of these Haynes guides.
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Cheese Name by Image
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Name the cheese types or brands as suggested by the following images.
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Top 10 Girl Names Ending in 'E' per Decade
It's a girl!
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Kansas typing challenge
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Can you type these progressively longer words and names related to the state of Kansas?
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30 Facts that Start with 'R'
These facts are radical.
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50 Famous Faces
Just face it - some people's faces will be etched in our memories forever.
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'F' Logos
Despite starting with the letter 'F', these companies are anything but failures.
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Click a Calendar Name
It's that time again!
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U.S. Universities by Image
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Name the American colleges and universities by an image taken on or near their campus.
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Notable Blind People (Slideshow)
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Name the following people who are/were either completely blind or had/have an impaired vision.
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Alphabetical Before AND After
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Name the words that come alphabetically before and after the words in the clues.
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Baby Names with 'PH' (US 2013)
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Name the most popular names given to babies born in the US in 2013 that contain the letters 'PH' (in that order).
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Born In Manhattan
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Name these people who were born in the New York City borough of Manhattan.
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Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XXII
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Name the answers to these general trivia questions intended for a college audience that all share a theme.
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Matching the March Madnesses
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Pick the alliterative terms that might be derived from the NCAA basketball tournament.
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Born In The Bronx
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Name these people who were born in the New York City borough of the Bronx.
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Miscellaneous Editor: Hejman

Recent popular comments in Miscellaneous

  1. Animal Cracker Shapes
    52
    Donkey my ass...
  2. Spicy Quiz
    49
    Who else entered parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme first? Heh.
  3. Animal Cracker Shapes
    37
    Their hippo/rhino skills might be off, but they've got amorphous blob down cold.
  4. Things That Are Red II
    36
    @HeGotGames: Yes, tomato sauce and ketchup mean the same thing in New Zealand, Australia, and the UK (and South Africa, according to wikipedia). What you call tomato sauce we call tomato paste. Unless we're talking about the stuff you get on pasta at a restaurant, which I believe everyone calls tomato sauce. Just to add to the confusion.
  5. World's Largest Producers of Cars
    35
    I am genuinely surprised that Spain produced more cars than either France or the UK...
  6. Animal Cracker Shapes
    33
    Rhino = anteater
  7. Things That Are Red II
    33
    Forgive me for asking, but should we really be accepting tomato sauce? It's coming out of a Heinz 57 bottle next to french fries, and tomato sauce is a separate, distinct product, at least in the United States. Are there places where the two are synonymous, or maybe where ketchup is a subset of tomato sauce? I'm asking honestly, not trying to be snide.
  8. 50 Famous Faces
    32
    Loved the range. So many people I didn't get, but nice to see people from so many different nationalities and walks of life and eras :-)
  9. 'R' Food Pictures
    29
    Reuben Sandwich? Is that an American thing? Never heard of it here in the UK. I put 'rare beef' in for 'roast beef' and was miffed 'cos it wouldn't let me have it.... good quiz though.
  10. 50 Famous Faces
    29
    Clearly the faces can't be too famous if the average is only 47%.