Sunday, May 16, 2010

Visual Round

Here are some questions that I had done some time back as an online quiz and then never put it out anywhere. The quiz was visual to make Googling at least difficult, if not impossible.

Take a shot. And no Costa Coffee vouchers this time.

1. Who are these two people? And what is the connection?

2. What is the connection between these two blurbs?
 


3. An Amul topical from the mid-80s. What did the blacked out part say?

4. Name the other guy.

5. An ad. Which brand?

6. Name this alter ego of Calvin.

7. Who does this child grow up to be?

8. What was the original 'curious incident of the dog in the night-time'?

9. Spot the film. Easy.


10. Which company's price graph? Easier.

8 comments:

Khalil Sawant said...

7 : Sridevi

Buls said...

2. Sidney Sheldon
5. The Economist
6. Spiffman?

wanderlust said...

1. calvin and hobbes
2. the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry
3.
4.
5. the economist
6. tracer bullet
7. sridevi
8. sherlock holmes story, where the dog did nothing.
9. trainspotting
10. google

The Rambler and The Reluctant Cook said...

1.Calvin and Hobbes
2.
3.Hard cash's better than Czech
4.Sonny Liston
5.The Economist
6.Tracer Bullet
7.Sridevi
8.
9.Trainspotting
10.Google

Abhishek said...

1.Calvin and Hobbes
2. Best Laid Plans and Of Mice and Men
3.Hard cash's better than Czech
4.Sonny Liston
5.The Economist
6.Tracer Bullet
7.Sridevi
8.Silver Blaze
9.Trainspotting
10.Google

Rimi said...

Unfortunately, I must ask you to explain the connection betweent the two books in 2.

Abhishek said...

Its Robert Burns Poem "To a Mouse" - It has the line "The best laid schemes o' mice an' men " which has been used by these two Novels for their names

AMIT said...

Nice questions its like quiz.

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