Hot Quizzes

Sorry that my updates have recently been a little less than daily. You'll be glad to learn that I haven't been wasting my time, however. I've created a ?????-question quiz, asking about things in which I have a trendily dorky amount of interest, to determine whether you, having such an identical amassment of knowledge as I do, are just me taking the test. For accurate results, please refrain from searching for the answers on the web, or revealing the answers by selecting the black font on this page. And for inaccurate results, do those things.

1. Name three Turkic languages

I would have accepted Uzbek, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Turkish, Turkmen, or Tuvan. There are plenty more, but I don't know of them, so how could you be me if you did?

2. Identify the Poe story referenced in the Voodoo Church song 'Eyes,' after which, in parentheses, is 'Second Death.'

I would have accepted 'The Black Cat,' for when she says 'I withdrew my arm from her neck and buried the axe in her brain…" And then for "It's funny how she fell, dead upon the spot without a groan.'

3. In what century did the English first begin their invasion the British Isles?

I would have accepted the fifth century, as the traditional year that the earlybird Kentishmen Hengest and Horsa began harming the natives there was 450.

4. What number did Henry Darger coin in his little anecdote The Story of the Vivian Girls, in What is known as the Realms of the Unreal, of the Glandeco-Angelinnian War Storm, Caused by the Child Slave Rebellion?

I would have accepted 'thrillions,' for its thrilling largeness.

6. How many parts of speech does the English language boast?

Not thrillions. Just eight!

The verb (have)
The noun (read)
The adverb (well)
The pronoun(that)
The adjective (eleven)
The preposition (among)
The conjunction (neither)
And the interjection (hello)

5. And as what is the sudden explosion of Bobwhite populations in mid-19th century Wisconsin referred to?

I would have accepted "The Great Wisconsin Bobwhite Irruption", or "The Great Wisconsin Quail Irruption."

You probably figured it out by now