As ridiculous as all the Saved by the Bell storylines below may be, some of them are 100% real. Can you spot which ones actually aired, and which ones we just made up?
Mumford & Sons and Gandalf pretty much sound the same. They both talk in series of vague and blurry metaphors about nature, truth, and darkness to the point where you can’t really understand what they’re saying but you know somehow it’s wise. See if you can differentiate between a Mumford & Sons lyric and a Gandalf quote.
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By any name, super classy.
QUIZ: British Person or Kentucky Derby-Winning Horse [Click to begin]
Can you tell which of the following are names of horses that won the Kentucky Derby and which ones are names of British historical figures? It’s harder than you think. You may now begin the quiz.
Anything is possible when you’re flying thousands of feet in the sky at hundreds of miles an hour. Almost. Find out which ones are real.
QUIZ: IKEA Product or Made-Up Word [Click to start quiz]
Can you tell which of these words are IKEA products and which are words from fictional languages?
It’s a question worth asking, because those Mayans were SUPER unspecific about what kind of “end of the world” is about to go down.
Sometimes, Lifetime’s original Christmas movies are so unbelievably “Lifetime Christmas movie”-ey, it’s impossible to exaggerate them. To prove this theory (and more importantly, to make you aware of a bunch of actual, ridiculous Lifetime movies), we’ve devised the following Quiz, entitled ”Are These Lifetime Christmas Movies Real?” We’ll give you a title, cast, and plot description, and you have to decide if it’s an actual movie that aired on Lifetime, or if it’s something we made up (but which will still probably air on Lifetime in the next year or two).
Merry Quiz-tmas! Actually ignore that [Click to begin]
Santa’s making his list and checking it twice, so take our quiz to find out if you’re ending up on the naughty list or the nice list. Or that secret third list for people who are just kind of dicks.
Perfect for anyone who appreciates a fine musician and a fine use of electromagnets.
Oh, Mr. Johanson, how cynical earth science has made you.
(Source: College Humor)