Sunday, December 28, 2008

39. Who are these guys?

Clue: Google.

Answer: Zoozimps
Check out themes for GMail. They're there over there. No one knows who/what they are or why they're there. They're not even listed on wiki.
Also, check out

Cracked by none.

P.S. Happy New Year y'all! :)

38. Connect

An easy connect, which i hope will bring this blog back to life.

Answer: Black Forest.
The green portion in the left picture is the Black Forest, in Germany and the pic on the right is just a good old black forest cake.

Answered correctly by NWO and Ajay

Friday, December 19, 2008

37: Image of the day

Name the company who's logo is shown below.

Answer: Royal Bank of Scotland, the main sponsor of the ongoing India-England test series.
Answered correctly by Johnny walker, anerudh and Miraj.
And a very creative observation, akhil :D

36. Ball games

Very boring question. Identify the following 2 sports.



Is it just me, or is there an overdose of picture questions of late?

1. Korfball
2. Hurling

Korfball cracked by Shocky.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Question 35: Identify

.. and state it's rather sinister purpose, also.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Question 34: Unblank

A slightly arbit one for today: What has been blanked out in Red - Whose 'death' has been cartoonized?
Clue: It all started with Johannes Gutenberg.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Question 33: All hail!

How do we know him better? I am looking for a two-word answer.


Answer: MILF Hunter. Cracked by Anonymous.

@Rahul - like you didn't know! :)

Sunday, December 14, 2008

32: rand(2)

Identify this rather famous person, in his "classic" look.

Answer: Weird Al Yankovic. Cracked by Debasish and Anirudh Patil.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Question 31: Identify this Texan.

Answer: Allen Stanford of Stanford 20-20 fame. Cracked by Shridhar and Karthik!

Friday, December 12, 2008

Question 30: Let's keep track of it, shall we?

Whose fingers?

Answer: Freddy Krueger. Nice crack by Karthik Vaidyanath aka hindi baba! :)

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Photo shows a dude protesting against Y. Clicked by X - won him a Pulitzer.

Where would most rock fans have encountered the image?

Wednesday, December 10, 2008





PS: Couldn't come up with a better question due to exams. Please bear for 2 more days :)


1. First Western
2. Continents of the world
3. Chopper

Connect - Tennis Grips. Went uncracked! QM gets a brownie for this one! :)

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Thermo Dynamite for me!!

no pics, no connects. Straightforward question and gimme the answer....

He is the person who disproved Caloric theory of heat. He began life as xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx of Massachussetts. At 19, he married a wealthy widow of 30. He served the British during the American Revolution and sttled in Europe after the war. He became Minister of War for Bavaria, where he earned extra money by spying for the British. In 1798 he travelled to London, where he founded the Royal Institution, which became on of Britain's leading scientific laboratories. In 1805, he married the widow of Lavoisier, adding further to his wealth. His will left money to Harvard to establish the chair of Physics in his name, which still exists. Who is he?

PS-high compre fever and so the question is a straight lift from my textbook! :P This hopefully compensate a little bit for my miserable performance in Thermodynamics. Atleast our instructor cant say I didn't read the textbook! :P again

Answer is Benjamin Thompson aka Count Rumford

Cracked by sumo

Monday, December 8, 2008

Easy one to begin the week with. What's the story ?





4 --> (1+2+A+3 (accidentally)) resulted in what?
I couldn't find any visuals for A :(

A - is the name of a movie starring Phadra Collins about 2 teenagers who skip school to wander through the city.

Saturday, December 6, 2008





4. sort of connects :)

Clue: More like the answer than a clue, this one!