A web site where users have the ability to create quizzes on ANY subject then add questions and answers to their preference. This has proved increasingly popular but probmatic too, all down to this exact reason. The pages within used to be rather cool and somewhat...fun, but now it has been infested with little children either making pointless surveys where they desperatley plea for "cyber", giving on the option "yes" to it all, leading to their e-mail addresses popping up on the screen of results, or they just make rubbish questionaires like "GOFFIK OR NOT!!!111", or "R U GAY/AS COOL AS ME???".

However, there are some witty and mature people on the site, though the only "masterpieces" they make are honestly...NOT quizzes at all, rather very long, perennial and boring romance "novels", which usually go by the names of "A date with a vampire - part 45" or "The hot foreign exchange student at Hogwarts - chapter 12". These are all just a subtle way to do the exact same thing as their toddler enemies, as usually they will get "rated" the "highest score" by poor, helpless teenage girls who focus on nothing more than gaining around 5 boyfriends on the doomed website by sending countless numbers of private messages to the authors.
All in all, Quizilla was once a unique and informative experiece of what other people can think up, but now it it cursed and has little hope of any restoration from it's former glory...
by Ross September 21, 2004
In the beginning, there was Quizilla. A wonderfull site where you could just dick around with quizzes like, "What FFVII Character do you most resemble?" and such things like that. Then came the "Story Quizzes" which used imagination and halarity to tell decent stories from a person whole imagination. As the site became more popular, there also came quizzes like, "A night with Harry Potter-78- WOW YOU'RE GOOD!!" Along with useless spamming.

Now the site is over-run with cheesey fanfics about fictional characters, and celebraties, written by wanna-be writers who're lonly and decide to share their secret fantasies with the rest of the world.

Sadly, it is now hard to find a decent story quiz, and because of the useless fangirls that have overrun the site, most of the better writers have left.

Now, Quizilla isn't a bad site at all. It offers messaging, creation of your own quizzes, a confused and useless search engine, and a dedicated creator. But if you want to find a decent story among the masses of fanfics, spam-quizzes, and cyber offers, it might take you a bit of time. Of course, a good story is always rare.
Good quiz-masters:

Bad quiz-masters:
78% of the authors on Quizilla
by Lay An Egg May 9, 2006
A website where users may create their own quizzes. This is bad for the most part, as most of these are not quizzes at all, but redundant and pointless stories about Harry Potter, Yu Yu Hakusho, Inu Yasha, and a variety of other things that nobody save for 13-year-old girls with liquid shit for brains cares about. There are also various quizzes there to remind people what high school clique they are in.
Quizilla has more spam than a paranoid guy's basement.
by El Fredo October 11, 2004
Despite it's popular beginnings as a web site dedicated to online "quizzes" that often define personality types and what kind of characters you resemble, Quizilla formed and morphed into something similar, if not MORE popular, than fanfiction.net. Meaning quizzes no longer predominate, stories about celebrities and romances do.

Most of the "popular" stories are based on Harry Potter and written by teenage girls between the ages of 13-17. The actually good stories, however, are usually based off of some attractive male in a famous rock band. These are typically more matured and intelligent.

All in all, if you're looking for a good fanfic, try Quizilla. If you're looking for a good QUIZ, go to memegen.
WickedWench, FragileCliche, FailureByDesignerJeans are all good, popular writers on Quizilla.
by Jessosuarus October 15, 2005
A once very fun site soley devoted to quizzes, which were inventive, funny and witty. Too bad it is now predominated by wangsty fangirls writing TERRIBLE second-person smutfanfiction going by the name of 'XXX Date with Lestat/Voldemort/Kurt Cobain Part 421 XXX' or 'Im the only gawth in Hogwrats!!!!!!!!11111 for gurlz only'. Run FAST.
Quizilla must be saved.
by Merlin's Beard April 4, 2006
A site that once housed creative stories, quizzes, and poems that has now been over-run by 12 year old girls who have no sense of proper grammar and only want to write about falling in love with vampires and anything Twilight related. You can also find a mixture of other popular topics (always romance stories) such as: Any popular anime show, Harry Potter, Werewolves, and a well known famous person. Anything that is well written and not necessarily about falling in love with a mythical creature will be rejected and rated poorly. A place that once used to be a good outlet to get criticism and post well written pieces of work, Quizilla has become all about getting the best ratings on your crappy story about "Vampire Love".
Beth: Hey did you see my new story about Nick Jonas I posted on Quizilla!!!!!?!?!?!??!!
Jamie: No because Quizilla is for idiots who write the same boring stories and just change around the names and species of the main character's love interest.
by WickedWriterChick December 10, 2009
Quizilla is a site for quizzes that has now recently been mostly inhabited by psychotic fangirls. The majority of the site has now been taken up by fanfics such as "HW FR WUD HARRY POTTER GO WIT U?11?!!1ONE" or "*~Frank iero & YOU!1 (OMGROFLLAWL LEMONZZ!!!11ONE)~*

Not all of the site's fanfiction is bad, some of the writers are actually quite dedicated and often put time and effort into their stories, whether or not they are fanfiction. But the most of it has become a sick competition to get your story on the "Most popular" or "Highest rated" list. Out of all the crap, it's hard to find an actually good original story or fanfiction. But if you're lucky, there is a chance that you may find some good stuff.
& RocketMuffin
Are good writers on Quizilla. 78% of the others on the site, are NOT.
by Marleigh January 19, 2007