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Google What's the Difference? #1

Fill the blanks in these Google autocompletes that start with "What's the difference between".
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First submittedApril 25, 2014
Last updatedFebruary 20, 2016
Times taken32,815
Rating4.59
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What's the difference between ...
a Boat and a Ship
Cologne and Perfume
Cement and Concrete
Climate and Weather
Supper and Dinner
Dusk and Twilight
Ethics and Morals
Shia and Sunni
a Freckle and a Mole
What's the difference between ...
a Sofa and a Couch
a Simile and a Metaphor
a Rhombus and a Square
a Warlock and a Wizard
a Tiara and a Crown
Manga and Anime
a Visa and a Passport
a Kilt and a Skirt
TNT and Dynamite
What's the difference between ...
an Acid and a Base
an Asteroid and a Meteor
a Rainforest and a Jungle
an Ox and a Cow
HIV and AIDS
a Levee and a Dam
a Hatchet and an Axe
a Ninja and a Samurai
a Quiz and a Test
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level 52
Apr 26, 2014
Watch your spelling of "simile".
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level ∞
May 23, 2014
Fixed!
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level 59
Apr 4, 2016
Eyes are getting worse... Looked like smile.
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level 40
Jan 2, 2017
Same with me, I got confused when grin wasn't being accepted
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level 36
Mar 31, 2019
Yeah same here. I wrote grin and just realized now it said simile
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level 66
Apr 28, 2014
I probably did so well because I've googled so many of these myself...
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level 23
Apr 28, 2014
i finished with 1:10 left
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level 68
Apr 28, 2014
4:10 left, not too shabby
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level 33
Jul 24, 2016
Same here! :-)
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level 58
Apr 28, 2014
I was thinking Visa as in credit card. Couldn't think of anything but Mastercard or CapitalOne. I thought I missed some American credit card. Maybe you can replace it with a more straight forward question like what's the difference between a donkey and a mule, or a pig and a boar.
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level 53
Apr 28, 2014
That was my first thought, too. I think it's because Visa is capitalized, which makes it look like a proper noun. (Similarly, I first thought "Cologne" was referring to the city in Germany.) No idea why this test has all the common nouns capitalized.
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level 66
Apr 28, 2014
Visa and Passport was fairly straightforward to me. I don't think there is any need to make it even easier.
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level 61
Apr 29, 2014
Agreed. I thought in Visa as a credit card or Cologne as the German city, but you realize the correct words.
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level 42
Jul 24, 2016
61% of people got it right, I can see how there'd be confusion but it doesn't need to be changed.
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level 77
Apr 28, 2014
Good quiz. I finished all of them except for cement with nearly 4 minutes left though, then gave up because I couldn't think of anything. Two suggestions for type-ins: "morality" and "ax."
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level 45
Dec 11, 2015
I agree, I tried morality too.
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level ∞
Feb 20, 2016
That will work now
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level 28
Apr 28, 2014
this was one of my favorites. Still have no idea what a shia and sunni are.....
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level 48
Apr 28, 2014
Shi'a and Sunni are the two branches of Islam.
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level 83
Apr 28, 2014
...two *main* branches of Islam. There's also Sufi, Ibadi, and several others.
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level 77
May 1, 2014
Ryanni is the best.
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level 70
Jun 4, 2014
Nah, give me the Assassins any day...
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level 68
Apr 28, 2014
Cologne/after shave, dusk/sundown, acid/alkali
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level 72
Nov 23, 2018
It's what google suggests first, not a thesaurus.
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level 17
Apr 28, 2014
fun quiz!
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level 72
Apr 28, 2014
This was shockingly easy. 27/27 on the first try.
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level 61
Apr 29, 2014
Didn't knew what Shia meant and I tried with "LaBeouf" just trying. Lol.
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level 58
Jul 31, 2016
Haha! You should get credit just for spelling his last name correctly.
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level 72
Nov 23, 2018
He will not divide us.
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level 64
Apr 30, 2014
I spent way too long trying to understand why Koln, Mastercard and TBS weren't being accepted.
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level 61
Mar 31, 2019
Yea koln and mastercard were my first tries aswel
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level 83
Apr 30, 2014
I want to know the difference between a Shia and a Leboeuf.
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level 58
Jul 31, 2016
Just do it!
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level 72
Nov 23, 2018
One shuns pork, one was the quest of the old lady in the Wendy's commercials. "Where's le beouf?!"
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level 28
May 12, 2014
Gee, I put visa and mastercard, and ninja and turtle and neither one worked, I wonder why?
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level 50
May 23, 2014
Actually, similie is not a word. It's simile.
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level ∞
May 23, 2014
Fixed!
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level 43
Jul 9, 2014
I'm relieved to see I'm not the only one who instantly thought of Shia LaBeouf.
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level 19
Nov 11, 2014
For dusk, I tried... Dawn Sundown Sunset Sunrise Evening Night Morning Sunup LOL, oops. By then I was like 'what are you even talking about?'
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level 68
Jun 15, 2015
same. only missed that one, tried for three minutes
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level 54
Jul 16, 2015
A ninja and a samurai? Do people commonly get those confused? That hurts me.
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level 58
Jul 24, 2016
Oooooo, get you!
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level 76
Jul 24, 2016
That's the only one I missed.
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level 54
Jul 24, 2016
Living in Japan, I was also pained by that one. And the manga/anime one.
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level 58
Jul 31, 2016
I can understand the manga/anime confusion, because the English "translation" of them has several words, some of which are used here in the US to mean both comics and animated cartoons; i.e., "cartoons." It does seem to vary by region of the US, but still. We don't have a specific, set word that means comic book cartoons OR a specific, set word that means animated cartoon shows. The samurai/ninja thing, however, I don't understand either.
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level 58
Jul 24, 2016
one of the more innovative and interesting seen on here for a while. thanks
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level 34
Jul 24, 2016
You should accept bull for cow
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level 59
Jul 24, 2016
Cologne and _______: I tried Dusseldorf >_<
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level 67
Jul 26, 2016
I even tried Remus for Rhombus :o)
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level 61
Aug 16, 2016
For "Cologne and ______," I guessed Bonn...
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level 13
Nov 20, 2016
I read smile instead of simile.
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level 85
Dec 4, 2017
I both want to and don't want to meet the many people who've asked these questions... this made me sad, so very sad...
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level 39
Jan 31, 2018
How can anyone not know the difference between a visa and a passport?
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level 77
Aug 1, 2018
There are probably at least a few billion people in the world who have never had either.
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level 63
Sep 27, 2019
Yeah, last I read, under 40% of Americans hold a passport. I can't imagine never to have been outside your own country..
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level 49
Aug 1, 2018
I have had a passport but have only a vague idea what a visa might be. I did get the question right but have never had the need to know.
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level 77
Nov 23, 2018
yeah there's also another several hundred million or so who have had passports, and traveled, but never had the need to apply for a visa because the places they traveled to didn't require them. Of the 61 countries I've been to I only needed visas for a handful, and some of them grant visas on arrival and you wouldn't even know the difference between it and an entry stamp unless you were paying attention.
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level 43
Mar 31, 2019
alkali should be accepted for base as an alkali is a soluble base
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level 65
Mar 31, 2019
No it shouldn't. Answers are based on Google autocompletes.
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