Here's a site that's like a one-stop shopping center - it teaches you how to build and create your own quiz on the Web without any programming skills. Plus, it has loads of quizzes for you to solve.
The site helps you build your own quiz site, edit the quizzes, update them and maintain them. The design is simple and easily navigable, so even the most computer-phobic person should be able to achieve this. Now for the existing quizzes: this site has it all - romance, autos, business and finance, pets, hobbies, issues and causes (yes, you got that right, causes!), military, seniors, movies, music - the list just keeps going on and on and on...
Don't miss the games section - it has some pretty useless quizzes for those who just cannot live without one. There is one really surreal one entitled "I'm in your house. Do you know where I am?"
This has to be the biggest collection of totally trivial stuff that you're ever going to find on the Web. And yes, the name is justified.
First up, we suggest that you go to the "Vocabulary Builder" section, where you can browse through the quotations directory and learn a little about etymology (that's the study of word origins, stupid). It also has a "totally useless" chat room and a "totally useless" joke center. Try taking the "totally tuff" quiz (if you are regular quizzer, it shouldn't be very tuff, wot say?).
There's also an add-on facility for all those who love to goof off at the office. If you're surfing on the sly, you can easily fool your boss by using the "The Boss Is Coming!" link that takes you to the New York Times. Handy, eh?
Cheat, quiz, and learn to gather fruitless information - this site is really something else.