The BITS-PILANI QUIZZING FORUM!
1) Connect...(Have read them all and they're some of her worst books ever!!)
1) Tommy and Tuppence it is; cracked by vivek, tapioca and nilanjana!
2) Faithful Hachiko, anyone? :D Third standard text books, if am not wrong. I liked Laika as a guess though!
3) Vivek got the closest; these were portrayals of the Madonna and the child by various artists; Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael Sanzio, Donatello Bardi and Michelanjelo Buanorotti; the connect being TMNT.
King Kong's voice is the answer.
Prahlad and Sethu get it right
1) Oscar Wilde it is! That's(clockwise from top left) "The Importance of Being Earnest", "A Good Woman" based on "Lady Windermere's Fan", that's Dorian Gray from "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen", based on Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray" and that's "The Happy Prince", one of my Wilde favourites! Cracked by neo_82 and debasish!
2) That's the "Chagaboom", the Anthill Mob's vehicle and the villain happens to be Sylvester Sneekly, all from "The Perils of Penelope Pitstop"; cracked by neo_82.
3) Both movies based on Herman Hesse's "Siddhartha"; cracked by debasish.
Both these questions should be sitters. As is evident from the first question, Think Airplanes.
Till , Cardamom, Coriander, Turmeric, Chilli, Saffron, Fennel, Cinnamon
Note: Not an exhaustive list.
Answers:1.Rammstein Airshow crash
2. Obviously the spice jets.
Cracked by Rishabh. MSK, Nikhil and Tapioca got one each.
What is this? Please dont google this one. Very workoutable.
1> olympi anthem
cracked by the lone response of msk
What are these models patents for? (Pretty guessable)
Answer: Early mouse patents.
Cracked by Sethuraman
People patent all sorts of things. What could this be possibly used for?
Answer: IT is a machine that uses centrifugal force to remove a baby from the mother. Great answer Jollyrover. Sethu :P One of the questions from the quiz I hosted
Ok, well i guess the questions were too vague, but here are the answers:
1.The Pictures all show the Phonetic Alphabet used very widely in the Commercial Airline Industry.
Charlie, Golf, India, X-ray and Oscar.
For a full list, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_phonetic_alphabet
2. The monument shown in the pic is the Wright Brothers National Monument in Kittyhawk, North Carolina. That's where their first flight took place in 1903.
What was named in his honor? Second pic is a big enough clue.
The answer is Wellington.
Thats Arthur Wellesly the Duke of Wellington. Wellington is the name of a small town in Somerset UK. Wellington, NewZealand is named after Arthur Wellesly.
Continuing with my series of connected questions, here's another tickler:
Q1. To which controversial icon of the Entertainment industry does the following 'suggestive' signature belong-
Q2. Identify this famous painting shown below. I want the full name of the painting. No prizes for guessing the painter's name. As always, the answer is related to the previous one.
Q3.Identify this marvel comics character. As always, the answer is related to the previous two questions.
Sorry guys, for not having posted answers before. Just got back to Pilani, so...
Anyway, here are the answers
1.Mae West-cracked by Casina and Prahlad Srihari
2.Face Of Mae West Which May Be Used As An Apartment-Salvador Dali. Alternative names may exist. I'll have to check to confirm prahlad's answer
3. Diamond Lil-cracked by Casina and Prahlad Srihari
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