Monday, August 31, 2009

#74


Id the cover of the Much awaited book of the year..!

Id him n whats his claim to fame?















sorry for the smal pic..dint find nethin bigger! :P

#72


Id her .. why was she in news?

#71


Id the movie poster.. and its eespeciality

FYI

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I request you to check out his blog too..
Link :http://fyibangalore.blogspot.com


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Sunday, August 30, 2009

# Yepathhu: Give me the Brand


With which brand would you associate these beauties?

#69

4
3
2

Who comes next in the series. . 1

Who comes in fifth position? why?

#68


Id the parent company and the subsidiary..

#67


Whats special about the logo.. nothings special just id :P

#66


what have these two gentlemen gifted quizzers ?

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Friday, August 28, 2009

#64


Id him/ claim to fame..

# 63: I can't stop posting questions!


What does the picture depict? be specific pleej...














Answer: This is Galileo's Leaning Tower of Pisa experiment.
Cracked by Vineeth and v.chandrashekar

# 62: A 1-line-analogy-seeking-sexual-textual-tease-o-rama!

A Turnip : Napiform : : A Penis : _________?

Answer: "Phallic". Anything in the shape of a penis is phallic. Uncracked.

# 61


What one word connects both images?
Goes Uncracked.
The answer: Bender

# Arvathhu

What's happening here?

Answer: Michael Wolgemut's Danse Macabre.... or Iron Maiden's Dance of Death...
Cracked by Athreya

#59

TExtual one..
This term entered the musical slang in the 1920s.. Primarily used in discussion of rock and jazz..
musicians use this word for "Musical idea"
origin of this word clearly not known.. Its a word used to denote rhythmic figure or "refrain".
This word also entered comedy arena where usage means "exploitation" of a particular subject..
Whats the good word?

#58


"connector diagram" of what?

#57


Id and connect..!

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

ID hot ride...

Connect this hot ride to Clint Eastwood...

Link the animals

Link the animals to a popular software's releases


Ans : Ubuntu release names. (Badger, Drake, Eft, Fawn, Gibbon, Haron etc)

#52


U have seen them admired them and now time to name them :P

#51

  1. witness something truly majestic
  2. Help a complete stranger for the common good
  3. Laugh till I cry
  4. Drive a Shelby Mustang
  5. Kiss the most beautiful girl in the world
  6. Get a tattoo
  7. Skydiving
  8. Visit Stonehenge
  9. Spend a week at the Louvre
  10. See Rome
  11. Dinner at La Chevre d'Or
  12. See the Pyramids
  13. Get back in touch (previously "Hunt the big cat", added after being earlier added and crossed off)
  14. Visit Taj Mahal, India
  15. Hong Kong
  16. Victoria Falls
  17. Serengeti
  18. Ride the Great Wall of China

If you were/are to be familiar with these which movie would u have watched?

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Logo of?

Logo of an online encyclopedia that deals with what?
clue: The logo resembles something found on the back of #001 out of a total of 493 of these...

Simple...What??


Country/TerritoryTitlesWinning years
USA71954, 1956, 1960, 1967, 1980, 1995, 1997
Venezuela61979, 1981, 1986, 1996, 2008, 2009
Puerto Rico51970, 1985, 1993, 2001, 2006
Sweden31955, 1966, 1984
Japan21959, 2007
Canada1982, 2005
Australia1972, 2004
India1994, 2000
Trinidad & Tobago1977, 1998
Thailand1965, 1988
Finland1952, 1975
Philippines1969, 1973
Brazil1963, 1968
Dominican Republic12003
Panama2002
Russia2002
Botswana1999
Namibia1992
Mexico1991
Norway1990
Netherlands1989
Chile1987
New Zealand1983
South Africa1978
Israel1976
Spain1974
Lebanon1971
Greece1964
Argentina1962
Germany1961
Colombia1958
Peru1957
France1953


Sunday, August 23, 2009

Whats this map representing?

#47


He certainly has no limits.."suraj " kinda ques.. :P
Who is he/claim to fame?

#46


Hes popular in the world of music..Id him and what did he "invent" :P

whats bein depicted here?!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

#44


Id the movie poster..(award winning, critically acclaimed)

Friday, August 21, 2009

two random questions.Take a guess:-
1.This clan named their land so because they considered their land to be the “Land of Death”, due to the life of continuing strife they had to go through. Name the land or the clan.

2.This company existed on the brink of ruin under various owners for the next decade, until the Loft Candy Company bought it in 1931. The company's fortunes took a turn for the better in 1934 when, in the midst of the Depression, it doubled the size of its container to 12 ounces without raising the 5-cent price. In 1939 it also introduced the world's first radio jingle. In 1941 Loft Candy merged with its subsidiary to found what?

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

X is depicted as a young, athletic woman of white British descent. She has brown eyes and long brown hair that is often in a plait[19] and sometimes in a ponytail.[20] The timeline given in the Angel of Darkness companion book lists X's birthday as February 14, 1968.[21] However, Eric Lindstrom stated in a BBC interview that X is "6 months younger than James Bond", she "transcends time [and] space", and "has her own world".[22]

X's classic costume consists of a turquoise sleeveless shirt, light brown shorts, calf-high boots, long white socks, fingerless gloves, a small backpack, and a utility belt with two holsters.[23]

whic fictional character am i talkin abt......

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Dyk #3

Training facility at mcdonalds is also known as Hamburg University!

SAtvam quiz!

Quiz

Monday, August 17, 2009

X's mother bought her son a guitar when he was 12, and X began playing in various garage bands. His first band was in honor of his girlfriend, Meredith. A year after his parents' divorce, X dropped out of high school to become a rock musician. As he once explained on Inside the Actors Studio, he attempted to go back to school two weeks later, but the principal told him to follow his dream of being a musician. He played with The Kids, a band that enjoyed modest local success. The Kids set out together for Los Angeles in pursuit of a record deal, changing their name to Six Gun Method. The group split before signing a record deal. X subsequently collaborated with the band Rock City Angels[9] and co-wrote their song "Mary", which appeared on Rock City Angels' debut for Geffen Records titled Young Man's Blues.

On December 24, 1983, X married Lori Anne Allison, a makeup artist and sister of his band's bass player and singer. During X's marriage, his wife worked as a makeup artist while he worked a variety of odd jobs, including a telemarketer for ink pens. Later, his wife introduced him to actor Nicolas Cage, who advised X to pursue an acting career. In 1985, X and Allison divorced. After his marriage ended, X dated and was engaged to Sherilyn Fenn

In the years to come by he became a great actor....

which actor am i talking abt ?

Id n what did he Found?

DYK #2

Google founders Larry Page and Sergy Brin after founding google on sept 4,1998 approached yahoo for a merger which was turned down.

Yahoo declined saying they were as small as their own company. Asked them to grow big and come for a merger! :)

*wink wink*

The ____________ is a phrase originating from the sport of cricket. It describes an area where a cricket ball can pitch during a delivery: a narrow line on and just outside a batsman's off stump. The name is derived from the opinion that this is the area in which a batsman struggles most to determine whether to play forward or back, or whether to leave the delivery.

The first recorded use of the phrase is commonly credited to former Yorkshire and England batsman, now commentator, Geoffrey Boycott whilst commentating on England's 1990 tour of the West Indies [1] . There are other earlier claims to coinage, however, including a televised interview with Merv Hughes who says Allan Border instructed him to bowl in the "____________" at one point in the 1988-1989 West Indies tour of Australia [2].

The phrase has also been used in other sports commentary. In football it is commonly used to describe a cross or pass which is delivered into the area in front of the goalkeeper and behind the last line of defence. The "-----------" in this case comes from the decision which both the last defender and the goalkeeper must make: whether to defend the ball, or leave it to the other player. The phrase was used in this context by Chris Butland during the Everton v Bolton Wanderers Premier League game on February 7th, 2009 at Goodison Park.

what?