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During a concert, Slash (Guns N’ Roses) started playing some notes and slowly made
his way into a beautiful composition from the 1970s. With an unconventional choice,
Slash amazed his audience and this performance came to be known as a rock classic
He decided to increase the tempo and incorporate his own style to give it a rock sound.
Identify this composition
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This food item’s journey to India began in the late 18th century, when Seth Dinshaw Petit
visited Central America. One of his finds was the Amazon rainforest tree, bearing brown
fruit by the name of Xīcohtzapotl.
The western and the northern part of our subcontinent went with the first part Xīcoh
whereas the other parts decided to go with the latter part Tzapotl. And this is how this
cute and endearing food item came about in the Indian household.
What are we talking about?
The sap of this tree was called Tzictli by the Aztecs which literally meant sticky stuff, this
when boiled turns into an elastic item which was used in the modern version of a kid
friendly food. A type of keyboard having keys similar to that of this food was also called
by the same name. (image follows)
Which brand which has also become a generic word for this item?
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Yash after making this
question from a reel:
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Chikoo/Sapota
Chiclet
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The Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS), was developed by an
American company for the updated version X-Y of an older product X with the aim of
making X-Y behave like its predecessor. This was to ensure users wouldn't notice any
changes or need extra time to adapt to new features.
The introduction of this system backfired spectacularly. About half a decade ago this
system caused two infamous occurrences just a few months apart. As a result, this
particular product was banned all over the world until the faults were rectified over the
course of the next two years.
Identify the company and X-Y.
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Boeing 737
MAX
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In late 2022, This footballer’s name came up in the most unexpected of places. In a
widely shared video on social media, a Ghanian MP is seen mentioning him repeatedly:
“But there was a player in the United Kingdom, in England called _______ who was
playing for X, _____ _______, he’s a defender. He was tackling everybody and
throwing his body everywhere. He was seen as the best defender in the world, X were at
the bottom. He became the biggest threat at the centre of the X defence, tackling X
players and giving assists to opponents. Mr Speaker, when you see the opponents go to
score, _______ will score for them. Mr Speaker, you remember in this country we also
have an economic _______.”
Identify the player. (All blanks are player’s name and X is the club)
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Just looking like a wow.
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Harry Maguire
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Across nearly four centuries, various writers have chronicled the tale of an English
king especially fond of fine dining (any one of a succession from Henry VIII to
Charles II) who coined the word X, by knighting, a choice piece of meat.
The real death blow to this etymology, however, is the fact that the word was
originally written in a way that reflected its origins in the Middle French word with
the first part meaning "over" and latter meaning “genitals” — hence X is a cut of
meat taken from above the genitals .
What delicacy is being discussed ( Got this from a cool show called The
Gentlemen).
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Sirloin Steak
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__ _____ ___ Inside Amy Schumer is a 2015 comedy sketch where a male-only jury
has to decide whether Schumer is hot enough to have her own TV show.
The only juror who believes she is, tries to convince the others throughout the
proceedings.
When asked about the sketch Amy Schumer replied
“It’s a theme that has been kind of ever-present on the show — women constantly
being evaluated and the sort of rage men have for anyone who is not a ‘10,’” Schumer
told Vanity Fair.
What work from the 1950s appropriately fits the blanks.
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SLIDE MODERN VITRUVIAN
MAN:
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12 Angry Men
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After all the speculations that X would perform their iconic song, the news broke in late February that
they had been confirmed for a song and dance extravaganza.
Rehearsals began about four weeks before the big day when X’s vocal team and choreographer
started looking for their “movement language” for X, because X wasn’t just sitting and singing X was
dancing, climbing stairs all while singing live.
Everything was planned, from X starting in the audience, coming up to see Mark, see Andrew, igniting
the Candelabra Girls or in this case ___-_______ Men, right down to X’s kiss of the cameraman’s
hand.
They even singled out the exact line they wanted to share with longtime friend and colleague Y as the
song neared its crescendo (Y later confessed that she might have busted the back of her dress in this
very performance).
Where have you seen this performance? and FITB
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The honest reaction you want to give
when you’re alone in class and the prof
was giving you life crisis by asking
your future plan
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Ryan Gosling
performing ‘I’m just
Ken’ at the Oscars
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Ken-delabra
Men
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An ad film released in 1976 was trying to ride on the popularity of a film that was
released a year ago. The ad recreated the characters and scenes from the movie.
Instead of the heroes, the ad uniquely had the villain endorsing the product. This
decision was taken since it was believed that it was the main antagonist’s
dialogues had more impact than any others.
This risky ad was a success and consumers were soon asking for "______ ka
biscuit". Irony is that while the villain claims that children fears him (in the movie),
in real life, children loved the product endorsed by this villain.
What brand? Who endorsed this product?
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Gabbar Singh,
Britannia
Glucose-D
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Before the much-anticipated event, marking its return in Australia after nearly
six years, a surge in various industries has been witnessed. Beyond the usual
suspects like hospitality and travel, an unexpected sector has experienced a
notable surge in demand, owing to a trend popularized by the contemporary
artist's recent creations. Small businesses have capitalized on this trend
through social media tutorials, further fueling its popularity.
Drawing parallels across time, this phenomenon mirrors the fervor of a historical
phenomenon from two centuries ago, where prospectors flocked to the
country. This surge is also poised to inject vitality into an otherwise stagnant
economy.
Identify the modern trend and the historical phenomenon it echoes.
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#1 Cool Driver Sun
Protection
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BEADS (for
friendship
bracelets)
The Gold Rush of
1860s
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In X, you can find an inscription on an object Y which roughly interpreted as it
unlocks at the end.
This could be a sneaky reference to the fact that the whole thing on which X is
based on, ended in the late 1990s, the same time X became public to the world.
Or rather this could not be so cryptic but simply referencing that Y was opened
when everybody thought it was the end.
So what's Y?
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Witcher 3 is full of Easter Eggs. Following are some of the references found in it to a
long-standing sci-fi TV series X:
● One of the primary characters, Ciri, is referred to as the Lady of Time and Space.
This is very similar to the moniker X’s protagonist has.
● A graveyard in Temeria contains angelic statues. When out of sight, you will find
that they have moved and are staring at you. This is a nod to a race of creatures
found in X, which are disguised as statues and move when not being seen.
● On entering through one of the portals in Skellige, Geralt says, "It looks smaller on
the outside". This is an inversion of a classic comment when people enter the
______ for the first time, which you might otherwise remember as the infamous
“blue police box”.
Identify the TV series X.
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X is a smash-hit 1970s film, which went on to become the highest-grossing movie of its
year. It was nominated for numerous awards and won many. The solid performance of
its lead actor and writer (same person) stands out in particular.
Identify the movie from Pokémon’s tribute to its iconic training montage.
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ID the inspiration behind the artwork.
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In X, you can find an inscription on an object Y which roughly interpreted as it
unlocks at the end.
This could be a sneaky reference to the fact that the whole thing on which X is
based on, ended in the late 1990s, the same time X became public to the world.
Or rather this could not be so cryptic but simply referencing that Y was opened
when everybody thought it was the end.
So what's Y?
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Golden Snitch from
Harry Potter
(ofc, there gonna be a
question from it )
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Witcher 3 is full of Easter Eggs. Following are some of the references found in it to a
long-standing sci-fi TV series X:
● One of the primary characters, Ciri, is referred to as the Lady of Time and Space.
This is very similar to the moniker X’s protagonist has.
● A graveyard in Temeria contains angelic statues. When out of sight, you will find
that they have moved and are staring at you. This is a nod to a race of creatures
found in X, which are disguised as statues and move when not being seen.
● On entering through one of the portals in Skellige, Geralt says, "It looks smaller on
the outside". This is an inversion of a classic comment when people enter the
______ for the first time, which you might otherwise remember as the infamous
“blue police box”.
Identify the TV series X.
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REQUIRE MODERN
SOLUTIONS:
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Doctor Who
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Above is an example of the witty references used by Krish Ashok in his book
“Masala Lab”.
Here he compared tongue to X and Y, who supposedly stranded Z’s(here nose)
credit. Just like how we tend to associate flavour to tongue despite most of the
work is done in the nose.
Give me X, Y and Z.
X Y
Z
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X & Y : Watson & Crick
Z: Rosalind Franklin
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X is a smash-hit 1970s film, which went on to become the highest-grossing
movie of its year. It was nominated for numerous awards and won many.
The solid performance of its lead actor and writer (same person) stands out
in particular.
Identify the movie from Pokémon’s tribute to its iconic training montage.
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When your friend looks
like a firangi so that the
auto wale bhaiya took
y’all to mehenge
restaurant
Le same friend* looking at
the restaurant bill
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Rocky (1976)
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ID the inspiration behind the artwork.
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SLIDE Contemplating my life choices at
3am. in the morning
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The Beatles’ Sgt.
Pepper’s Lonely
Hearts Club Band
(1967)
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On 13th December 2023, two intruders entered the Lok Sabha chambers from the public
gallery. One of the individuals jumped onto the tables where the MPs were seated and
released a yellow-colored smoke canister.
This coordinated and meticulously planned attack was carried out by followers of an
appropriately named Facebook group called X Fan Club since they were attempting to
emulate the actions of X.
The date was also chosen carefully to commemorate something that happened over 2
decades ago.
Id X and why was the date 13th December chosen (also seen in the pilot of 2020 series
starring Kay Kay Menon)?
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How people think others
would portray them after
adding “rizz” in their
Instagram ID username.
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Bhagat Singh
2001 Parliament
Attacks
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A tik-toker by the name of
toasterztech went viral during
mid 2023 due to their review of
the Logitech F710 controller.
Look at this in depth review of
the Logitech controller
carefully and Explain why did
it went viral in mid 2023?
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When professor calls your
name in class to ask “what
they were teaching?” and
you’re high.
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Used in the
OceanGate Titan
Submersible
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X was invented in 1963 by British entrepreneur Edward Craven Walker, the founder of
the lighting company Mathmos.
It consists of a bolus of a special coloured wax mixture inside a glass vessel, the
remainder of which contains clear liquid. The vessel is placed on a base containing a
light bulb whose heat causes temporary reductions in the wax's density and the liquid's
surface tension. As the warmed wax rises through the liquid, it cools, loses its buoyancy,
and falls back to the bottom of the vessel in a cycle.
Id X
A company called Y uses a number of measures to secure its
network:-
San Francisco :- 100s of Xs
London :- double-pendulum system
Singapore : - the radioactive decay of a pellet of uranium
How is Y using these items to secure the Internet?
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THE PERSON JO HAR
QUIZ EVENT KE NAAM PE
GHAR HO AATA HO:
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Lava Lamps used
to generate
Pure Random
Numbers
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Dante Lauretta, deputy PI of this mission, was called "a mythology buff" by the mission
PI Michael Drake: "he was doodling on a pad and trying to capture the principal themes
of what we are trying to do with this mission study life origins, .... in the form of asteroid
deflection and he realized he got the name of ______ (literally meaning "seat of the
eye" or "she who bears the eye") out of that, an ancient god of Egypt who may have
been one of the first pharaohs."
FITB or What was the name of this mission that returned in Sept 2023?
In one of the promotional events for the mission a group of actors of the likes of Scarlett
Johansson, Jason Schwartzman, Maya Hawke, Rupert Friend, Jake Ryan and Jeffrey
Wright ask questions about the mission from sample expert Dr. Danny Glavin.
What was this promotional event all about? or Why were these group of actors
chosen?
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Just people dressed up for
online interviews.
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On 28 January, 2024 former White House chef Sam Kass hosted a four-course
dinner which is aptly dubbed as X.
The menu featured dishes crafted from ingredients like seafoods (salmon ,
oysters), and which require specific temperature, water and soil conditions
(coffee, chocolate).
Kass has been hosting such educational dinners since 2015, this year he
collaborated with Marque Collins. The following is an excerpt from Collins’
speech at the event
“We’re not doing exotic, crazy things here………….……………………………………….The overall
approachability of the menu is kind of the point”.
So what’s the whole point of this dinner? Also give me this apt title X which also
shares it name with a late 15th century work.
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When aapko event mein
jabardasti laaya jaaye
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Predicted Food Scarcity
due to Climate Change
X- The Last Supper
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Jamie, who co-owns catering company The Wandering Chef, was enlisted to create
an extravagant banquet for a pop-up restaurant called ___ ___ ____ ____, to
celebrate a release. Devising the menu took a bold imagination - the end result was
only for those with a strong stomach.
"I wanted to prepare flavours that were very medieval, and also wanted to use
unusual ingredients like veal tongue and whole suckling pig". Jamie and his team of
three chefs created delicacies such as traitor's tongue, smoked serpent and honey-
fried locusts.
FITB with a slightly modified version (of the English translation) of a greeting that
Braavosi use. It is very traditional phrase and it is followed by certain gesture.
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When shaadiyon vala
photographer clicks your
khaana khate huye pic
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All Men Must
Dine
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Molly Lewis knows how weird her career path is. She says “I knew this <redacted>
who wouldn’t kiss his wife two weeks before a competition. I think kissing is
beneficial, actually. It strengthens the lips.”
In her wonderfully quirky world, lyrics are omitted. Across her debut album On the
Lips, she invites you to sit back and relax in her so-called Café Molly universe.
Talking about the International ________ Convention, she says: “I’ve always
been interested in strange subcultures, I thought it was hilarious and fun, and I
knew that it would be an experience to go there, anthropologically.”
What “instrument” does this unusual musician play?
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Sai after getting 100%
attendance in all courses:
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Molly is a
whistler
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In November 2002, an Italian almond liqueur brand Disaronno came up with a
novel advertising idea. Hoping to give the passengers in the London Underground
stations a warm, Christmas-y feeling, Disaronno launched a £1.5 million campaign
to promote its amaretto liqueur through almond-scented boxes.
This idea however backfired and the people panicked, confusing the bitter
almond aroma to be that of a terror attack.
Remember your 12th grade chemistry lab (and a 2023 Netflix docu-series) and
tell me why?
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Aadhar card photo be like:
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Cyanide gas
smells like
bitter
almonds.
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The widely recognized motif X created by Takashi Murakami has emerged as a
fundamental emblem in contemporary art, fashion, and culture. Utilizing X as a
powerful symbol, the artist communicates a plethora of ideas and sentiments
that lie at the heart of his creative vision.
1. His compositions exude brightness, infusing his work with a spirit of hope
even amidst sorrow and sadness.
2. The smile embodies joy and positivity.
3. The veiled tears of his subjects serve as poignant reflections of emotional
depth.
An article discussing the artist’s NFT works cleverly incorporated the motif X, in
the title referencing a non-violent movement from late 20th century.
What is X and FITB.
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When you try to calm yourself
down because your team
don’t know the answer and all
the other teams are pouncing.
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Smiling Flower motif
Flower Power
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Who is the subject of this painting?
P
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At the founding meeting of Nottingham Forest FC in 1865, the committee
decided that the team colour should be a particular red, in honour of a popular
personality from Italy (and until this day, the club's players wear that colour).
Other consequences of his popularity in England: A currant biscuit, an
eponymous sauce in Scotland, all kinds of memorabilia such as china figurines,
and tankards, and the like. The most popular being the blousy shirts his army of
Rifle Volunteers wore.
Who?
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The etymological roots of this word 'CLUE' lies in the Old-English 'cliewen' meaning
"a ball" or in the middle english 'clewe' meaning "a ball of thread or yarn".
The current meaning of the word traces back its origin from the famous myth
which tells the story of a certain someone who used a sword and a ball of thread
to navigate the puzzling pathways of their journey.
In fact this mythological reference was so common that it came to have a
figurative sense, and gradually the literal meaning disappeared leaving only the
meaning of "that which points the way to a solution", by around the 17th century.
Who is the 'anomalous' person being talked about in the myth famous for his
mode of transport?
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What’s blanked out?
?
?
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The following is an excerpt from a piece published in TOI's classified ad section
in the 1970s
"O’Cracy, D.E.M., beloved husband of T. Ruth, loving father of L.I. Bertie, brother of
Faith, Hope and Justicia, expired on June 26."
At first glance it seemed like a small obituary misplaced in the classified ad
section. But if you stare long enough you will find this seemingly innocuous
words must have been successfully escaped censure from the clerks of the TOI
office.
So what’s this ad really for?
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Who is the subject of this painting?
P
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Coronation of
Napoleon -
Jacques Louis
David
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At the founding meeting of Nottingham Forest FC in 1865, the committee
decided that the team colour should be a particular red, in honour of a popular
personality from Italy (and until this day, the club's players wear that colour).
Other consequences of his popularity in England: A currant biscuit, an
eponymous sauce in Scotland, all kinds of memorabilia such as china figurines,
and tankards, and the like. The most popular being the blousy shirts his army of
Rifle Volunteers wore.
Who?
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privileges:
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Garibaldi
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The etymological roots of this word 'CLUE' lies in the Old-English 'cliewen' meaning "a
ball" or in the middle english 'clewe' meaning "a ball of thread or yarn".
The current meaning of the word traces back its origin from the famous myth which
tells the story of a certain someone who used a sword and a ball of thread to navigate
the puzzling pathways of their journey.
In fact this mythological reference was so common that it came to have a figurative
sense, and gradually the literal meaning disappeared leaving only the meaning of
"that which points the way to a solution", by around the 17th century.
Who is the 'anomalous' person being talked about in the myth famous for his mode of
transport?
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After paying 2500 for farewell
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Theseus
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What’s blanked out?
?
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….Khada hu aaj bhi vahin….
. Kisi ke toh intezaar mein .
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Kentucky
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The following is an excerpt from a piece published in TOI's classified ad section
in the 1970s
"O’Cracy, D.E.M., beloved husband of T. Ruth, loving father of L.I. Bertie, brother of
Faith, Hope and Justicia, expired on June 26."
At first glance it seemed like a small obituary misplaced in the classified ad
section. But if you stare long enough you will find this seemingly innocuous
words must have been successfully escaped censure from the clerks of the TOI
office.
So what’s this ad really for?
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Whenever I check my phone ,
I find myself in a new “jhamela”
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Emergency, Death of Democracy
(Published just 3 days after emergency 1975)
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The shown passport (bigger image on next slide) was
issued when X was needed to be travelled to France for an
anti-fungal treatment.
The best photo for the passport that the Egyptian
authorities could come up was a closed eye photo of X.
Even the place of the birth is unknown for X. And X is
probably the only person with the <redacted> profession on
a passport.
Despite these unusualities, after reaching France, X was
greeted at the Le Bourget Airport in Paris with full military
honors befitting his profession.
ID X (General description would do.)
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rakhna”:
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Pharaoh
Ramesses II
(The mummy who
needed passport)
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Since 1927, the TIME magazine has annually chosen a “Person of the Year”. Its
recipients have included people such as Mahatma Gandhi, Pope John Paul II, Jeff
Bezos, Taylor Swift and several US presidents and other heads of state.
Controversial wins have happened occasionally, often because TIME magazine sees
the title as reflecting influence over events, while much of the public views it more as
an honor or award.
Two of these most controversial selections came in 1938, and 1979. Both of these were
political figures. While the 1938 recipient had consolidated power by annexing
neighbouring regions, the 1979 recipient had overthrown the monarchy to establish a
religious republic.
Who were given the title in these two years? (5+5)
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1938: Adolf Hitler
1979: Ayatollah Khomeini
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Belonging with the greats, she has a star at the
Hollywood Walk of Fame.
She also appeared on the cover of the November 2009
issue of Playboy, becoming the first of her
“community” to do so. The cover and a three-page
picture spread was a part of a plan to appeal to
younger readers.
Amy from BEEF aptly wears a crown dedicated to this
famous persona. The way her community is referred to
at times (derogatory) adds a new layer of meaning
behind this decision.
Identify the personality.
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returns
MIA QM privileges
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Marge
Simpson
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X and Y are two techniques of a certain activity. X is more of a local (think
very local) favourite while Y is internationally more accepted. Nowadays
although X is not against the laws of that activity but it is generally looked
upon globally.
But this was not always the case. Infact X was the customary technique in
the initial version of the mentioned activity.
It was in 1807 when a certain John first modified X and hence credited
with the first use of the new technique Y.
There's a myth that John learned Y from his sister Christiana. John used to
practice the mentioned activity with her sister. But Christiana’s massive
hooped skirt(see image) prevented her from using the customary
technique X. So she improvised, and hence Y was created.
Give X & Y.
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All work and no play
Makes John a drunk boy
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X- Underarm Bowling
Y - Round/Overarm Bowling
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This “artform” X has its earliest recorded instances date back to ancient Egypt.
The artists practised X with intricate design and patterns, soon it became a
symbol of the artist’s skill. The better their skills are the costlier their “canvas”
sells. Some artists event trademark particular patterns of the artform X.
Though X is done for decorative purpose but it has a practical and mythical
reason behind it.
Practical reason being that the different patterns of X allowed to easily
differentiate between different type of “canvases”. So that the buyers
themselves know the type of “canvas’ just by seeing the design on it.
Mythical reason being that X was done as precautionary measure to let the
devil out of the “canvas” which prevented the “canvas” from fluffing.
Give me X.
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QM ke friends hone ka
benefit: zyada cameo
opportunities
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Bread Scoring
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Delving into the creation of Billie Eilish's chart-topping hit 'Bad Guy,' fans were
astonished to learn a surprising fact from FINNEAS during a discussion about the
song's production. The pulsating hi-hat that dominates the chorus is not a
conventional instrument but rather a sample of an unexpected source. FINNEAS
likened the action that produces this sound to the buttons on an elevator,
highlighting their seemingly inconsequential nature. He further reveals that a
superintendent “counts them everyday to see how many idiots there are”.
Speaking to Rolling Stones, Billie explained how she and her mother discovered
the sound while on a walk in Sydney. “That’s hard!’ That’s the sound that it
makes when you have to wait.”
Where was the sound sampled from?
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QM ke friends hone ka
benefit: zyada cameo
opportunities Exhibit(B)
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Sydney’s traffic
light / pedestrian
crossing system
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Sydney’s traffic
light / pedestrian
crossing system
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In a rare interview, the creator stated “I don’t write about adolescents. I write
about war for adolescents,” Recently again in public attention, the work has
garnered praise for its exploration of societal issues. Rich in allusions to real
events of the late 20th century, it portrays a series of conflicts.
1. The uniforms reflect the intensity of the heat, with provisions such as
infrared goggles, water, and sleeping bags provided.
2. Trackers are used, suggesting the influence of GPS for navigation during
challenging situations.
3. Media coverage that “brought global observers closer to the action”.
4. Food and supplies air-dropped.
5. Suffering many years of disease and suppression as a result of foreign
invasion, which lead to a rebellion against the tyrant ruling over them.
Id the work and the real-life ‘tyrant’ it alludes to?
SAFETY
SLIDE
IN PATNA: IN GOA:
Sincerely, The Friday Club
Hunger Games
Saddam Hussein
Sincerely, The Friday Club
______ ______(6,6) was born on Reunion Island in 1888. He was a renowned
aviator, credited with achievements like the first non-stop flight across the
Mediterranean and inventing a propeller that protected planes from their own
gunfire. He was an early WW1 fighter pilot and died in an air battle a month before the
war's end.
His name is immortalized in a different realm as well. A sports arena was erected in
the capital of his home country (to which Reunion Island belongs) in 1927/28, bearing
his name. Consequently, the renowned tournament hosted here annually is
sometimes referred to by his name. This event ranks among the four most
prestigious tournaments of that sport.
Name the aviator (6) and the common name of the tournament (4)
SAFETY
SLIDE
Boomer with hummare
zamane ka “cool” pose
Sincerely, The Friday Club
Roland Garros; French Open
Sincerely, The Friday Club
The Allies were preparing to land in Normandy in 1944. As all road signs had been
destroyed by the occupying forces, they feared that their troops would make slow
progress in the French cities. The solution: X authorised the Allies to reprint the 1939
edition of Y with its detailed city maps. It was given to the officers with the note "For
official use only".
Y (something completely unrelated to X’s initial objective) is their most popular
venture, its fame having spread from France to Europe and eventually to the entire
world. Y continues to be a sign of great prestige even today.
Identify the company X or their offering Y.
SAFETY
SLIDE
It’s not weed ka patta
Sincerely, The Friday Club
The MICHELIN Guide
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Sincerely, The Friday Club - Farewell Quiz-Finals.pptx

  • 1.
  • 2. Sincerely, The Friday Club With blessings from our alumni, we shall now begin!
  • 3. Before we begin Meet our Guinea Pigs! We would like to thank our alumni for testing the set and providing us their valuable feedback!
  • 6. Sincerely, The Friday Club During a concert, Slash (Guns N’ Roses) started playing some notes and slowly made his way into a beautiful composition from the 1970s. With an unconventional choice, Slash amazed his audience and this performance came to be known as a rock classic He decided to increase the tempo and incorporate his own style to give it a rock sound. Identify this composition
  • 9. Sincerely, The Friday Club This food item’s journey to India began in the late 18th century, when Seth Dinshaw Petit visited Central America. One of his finds was the Amazon rainforest tree, bearing brown fruit by the name of Xīcohtzapotl. The western and the northern part of our subcontinent went with the first part Xīcoh whereas the other parts decided to go with the latter part Tzapotl. And this is how this cute and endearing food item came about in the Indian household. What are we talking about? The sap of this tree was called Tzictli by the Aztecs which literally meant sticky stuff, this when boiled turns into an elastic item which was used in the modern version of a kid friendly food. A type of keyboard having keys similar to that of this food was also called by the same name. (image follows) Which brand which has also become a generic word for this item?
  • 11. SAFETY SLIDE Yash after making this question from a reel:
  • 12. Sincerely, The Friday Club Chikoo/Sapota Chiclet
  • 13. Sincerely, The Friday Club The Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS), was developed by an American company for the updated version X-Y of an older product X with the aim of making X-Y behave like its predecessor. This was to ensure users wouldn't notice any changes or need extra time to adapt to new features. The introduction of this system backfired spectacularly. About half a decade ago this system caused two infamous occurrences just a few months apart. As a result, this particular product was banned all over the world until the faults were rectified over the course of the next two years. Identify the company and X-Y.
  • 15. Sincerely, The Friday Club Boeing 737 MAX
  • 16. Sincerely, The Friday Club In late 2022, This footballer’s name came up in the most unexpected of places. In a widely shared video on social media, a Ghanian MP is seen mentioning him repeatedly: “But there was a player in the United Kingdom, in England called _______ who was playing for X, _____ _______, he’s a defender. He was tackling everybody and throwing his body everywhere. He was seen as the best defender in the world, X were at the bottom. He became the biggest threat at the centre of the X defence, tackling X players and giving assists to opponents. Mr Speaker, when you see the opponents go to score, _______ will score for them. Mr Speaker, you remember in this country we also have an economic _______.” Identify the player. (All blanks are player’s name and X is the club)
  • 17. SAFETY SLIDE So beautiful, so elegant Just looking like a wow.
  • 18. Sincerely, The Friday Club Harry Maguire
  • 19. Sincerely, The Friday Club Across nearly four centuries, various writers have chronicled the tale of an English king especially fond of fine dining (any one of a succession from Henry VIII to Charles II) who coined the word X, by knighting, a choice piece of meat. The real death blow to this etymology, however, is the fact that the word was originally written in a way that reflected its origins in the Middle French word with the first part meaning "over" and latter meaning “genitals” — hence X is a cut of meat taken from above the genitals . What delicacy is being discussed ( Got this from a cool show called The Gentlemen).
  • 21. Sincerely, The Friday Club Sirloin Steak
  • 23. Sincerely, The Friday Club __ _____ ___ Inside Amy Schumer is a 2015 comedy sketch where a male-only jury has to decide whether Schumer is hot enough to have her own TV show. The only juror who believes she is, tries to convince the others throughout the proceedings. When asked about the sketch Amy Schumer replied “It’s a theme that has been kind of ever-present on the show — women constantly being evaluated and the sort of rage men have for anyone who is not a ‘10,’” Schumer told Vanity Fair. What work from the 1950s appropriately fits the blanks.
  • 26. Sincerely, The Friday Club 12 Angry Men
  • 27. Sincerely, The Friday Club After all the speculations that X would perform their iconic song, the news broke in late February that they had been confirmed for a song and dance extravaganza. Rehearsals began about four weeks before the big day when X’s vocal team and choreographer started looking for their “movement language” for X, because X wasn’t just sitting and singing X was dancing, climbing stairs all while singing live. Everything was planned, from X starting in the audience, coming up to see Mark, see Andrew, igniting the Candelabra Girls or in this case ___-_______ Men, right down to X’s kiss of the cameraman’s hand. They even singled out the exact line they wanted to share with longtime friend and colleague Y as the song neared its crescendo (Y later confessed that she might have busted the back of her dress in this very performance). Where have you seen this performance? and FITB
  • 28. SAFETY SLIDE The honest reaction you want to give when you’re alone in class and the prof was giving you life crisis by asking your future plan
  • 29. Sincerely, The Friday Club Ryan Gosling performing ‘I’m just Ken’ at the Oscars
  • 30. Sincerely, The Friday Club Ken-delabra Men
  • 31. Sincerely, The Friday Club An ad film released in 1976 was trying to ride on the popularity of a film that was released a year ago. The ad recreated the characters and scenes from the movie. Instead of the heroes, the ad uniquely had the villain endorsing the product. This decision was taken since it was believed that it was the main antagonist’s dialogues had more impact than any others. This risky ad was a success and consumers were soon asking for "______ ka biscuit". Irony is that while the villain claims that children fears him (in the movie), in real life, children loved the product endorsed by this villain. What brand? Who endorsed this product?
  • 33. Sincerely, The Friday Club Gabbar Singh, Britannia Glucose-D
  • 34. Sincerely, The Friday Club Before the much-anticipated event, marking its return in Australia after nearly six years, a surge in various industries has been witnessed. Beyond the usual suspects like hospitality and travel, an unexpected sector has experienced a notable surge in demand, owing to a trend popularized by the contemporary artist's recent creations. Small businesses have capitalized on this trend through social media tutorials, further fueling its popularity. Drawing parallels across time, this phenomenon mirrors the fervor of a historical phenomenon from two centuries ago, where prospectors flocked to the country. This surge is also poised to inject vitality into an otherwise stagnant economy. Identify the modern trend and the historical phenomenon it echoes.
  • 35. SAFETY SLIDE GOA ESSENTIALS: #1 Cool Driver Sun Protection
  • 36. Sincerely, The Friday Club BEADS (for friendship bracelets) The Gold Rush of 1860s
  • 39. Sincerely, The Friday Club In X, you can find an inscription on an object Y which roughly interpreted as it unlocks at the end. This could be a sneaky reference to the fact that the whole thing on which X is based on, ended in the late 1990s, the same time X became public to the world. Or rather this could not be so cryptic but simply referencing that Y was opened when everybody thought it was the end. So what's Y?
  • 40. Sincerely, The Friday Club Witcher 3 is full of Easter Eggs. Following are some of the references found in it to a long-standing sci-fi TV series X: ● One of the primary characters, Ciri, is referred to as the Lady of Time and Space. This is very similar to the moniker X’s protagonist has. ● A graveyard in Temeria contains angelic statues. When out of sight, you will find that they have moved and are staring at you. This is a nod to a race of creatures found in X, which are disguised as statues and move when not being seen. ● On entering through one of the portals in Skellige, Geralt says, "It looks smaller on the outside". This is an inversion of a classic comment when people enter the ______ for the first time, which you might otherwise remember as the infamous “blue police box”. Identify the TV series X.
  • 41. Sincerely, The Friday Club X is a smash-hit 1970s film, which went on to become the highest-grossing movie of its year. It was nominated for numerous awards and won many. The solid performance of its lead actor and writer (same person) stands out in particular. Identify the movie from Pokémon’s tribute to its iconic training montage.
  • 43. Sincerely, The Friday Club ID the inspiration behind the artwork.
  • 45. Sincerely, The Friday Club In X, you can find an inscription on an object Y which roughly interpreted as it unlocks at the end. This could be a sneaky reference to the fact that the whole thing on which X is based on, ended in the late 1990s, the same time X became public to the world. Or rather this could not be so cryptic but simply referencing that Y was opened when everybody thought it was the end. So what's Y?
  • 47. Sincerely, The Friday Club Golden Snitch from Harry Potter (ofc, there gonna be a question from it )
  • 48. Sincerely, The Friday Club Witcher 3 is full of Easter Eggs. Following are some of the references found in it to a long-standing sci-fi TV series X: ● One of the primary characters, Ciri, is referred to as the Lady of Time and Space. This is very similar to the moniker X’s protagonist has. ● A graveyard in Temeria contains angelic statues. When out of sight, you will find that they have moved and are staring at you. This is a nod to a race of creatures found in X, which are disguised as statues and move when not being seen. ● On entering through one of the portals in Skellige, Geralt says, "It looks smaller on the outside". This is an inversion of a classic comment when people enter the ______ for the first time, which you might otherwise remember as the infamous “blue police box”. Identify the TV series X.
  • 50. Sincerely, The Friday Club Doctor Who
  • 51. Sincerely, The Friday Club Above is an example of the witty references used by Krish Ashok in his book “Masala Lab”. Here he compared tongue to X and Y, who supposedly stranded Z’s(here nose) credit. Just like how we tend to associate flavour to tongue despite most of the work is done in the nose. Give me X, Y and Z. X Y Z
  • 53. Sincerely, The Friday Club X & Y : Watson & Crick Z: Rosalind Franklin
  • 54. Sincerely, The Friday Club X is a smash-hit 1970s film, which went on to become the highest-grossing movie of its year. It was nominated for numerous awards and won many. The solid performance of its lead actor and writer (same person) stands out in particular. Identify the movie from Pokémon’s tribute to its iconic training montage.
  • 56. SAFETY SLIDE When your friend looks like a firangi so that the auto wale bhaiya took y’all to mehenge restaurant Le same friend* looking at the restaurant bill
  • 57. Sincerely, The Friday Club Rocky (1976)
  • 58. Sincerely, The Friday Club ID the inspiration behind the artwork.
  • 59. SAFETY SLIDE Contemplating my life choices at 3am. in the morning
  • 60. Sincerely, The Friday Club The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)
  • 63. Sincerely, The Friday Club On 13th December 2023, two intruders entered the Lok Sabha chambers from the public gallery. One of the individuals jumped onto the tables where the MPs were seated and released a yellow-colored smoke canister. This coordinated and meticulously planned attack was carried out by followers of an appropriately named Facebook group called X Fan Club since they were attempting to emulate the actions of X. The date was also chosen carefully to commemorate something that happened over 2 decades ago. Id X and why was the date 13th December chosen (also seen in the pilot of 2020 series starring Kay Kay Menon)?
  • 64. SAFETY SLIDE How people think others would portray them after adding “rizz” in their Instagram ID username.
  • 65. Sincerely, The Friday Club Bhagat Singh 2001 Parliament Attacks
  • 66. Sincerely, The Friday Club A tik-toker by the name of toasterztech went viral during mid 2023 due to their review of the Logitech F710 controller. Look at this in depth review of the Logitech controller carefully and Explain why did it went viral in mid 2023?
  • 67. SAFETY SLIDE When professor calls your name in class to ask “what they were teaching?” and you’re high.
  • 68. Sincerely, The Friday Club Used in the OceanGate Titan Submersible
  • 69. Sincerely, The Friday Club X was invented in 1963 by British entrepreneur Edward Craven Walker, the founder of the lighting company Mathmos. It consists of a bolus of a special coloured wax mixture inside a glass vessel, the remainder of which contains clear liquid. The vessel is placed on a base containing a light bulb whose heat causes temporary reductions in the wax's density and the liquid's surface tension. As the warmed wax rises through the liquid, it cools, loses its buoyancy, and falls back to the bottom of the vessel in a cycle. Id X A company called Y uses a number of measures to secure its network:- San Francisco :- 100s of Xs London :- double-pendulum system Singapore : - the radioactive decay of a pellet of uranium How is Y using these items to secure the Internet?
  • 70. SAFETY SLIDE THE PERSON JO HAR QUIZ EVENT KE NAAM PE GHAR HO AATA HO:
  • 71. Sincerely, The Friday Club Lava Lamps used to generate Pure Random Numbers
  • 72. Sincerely, The Friday Club Dante Lauretta, deputy PI of this mission, was called "a mythology buff" by the mission PI Michael Drake: "he was doodling on a pad and trying to capture the principal themes of what we are trying to do with this mission study life origins, .... in the form of asteroid deflection and he realized he got the name of ______ (literally meaning "seat of the eye" or "she who bears the eye") out of that, an ancient god of Egypt who may have been one of the first pharaohs." FITB or What was the name of this mission that returned in Sept 2023? In one of the promotional events for the mission a group of actors of the likes of Scarlett Johansson, Jason Schwartzman, Maya Hawke, Rupert Friend, Jake Ryan and Jeffrey Wright ask questions about the mission from sample expert Dr. Danny Glavin. What was this promotional event all about? or Why were these group of actors chosen?
  • 73. SAFETY SLIDE Just people dressed up for online interviews.
  • 75. Sincerely, The Friday Club On 28 January, 2024 former White House chef Sam Kass hosted a four-course dinner which is aptly dubbed as X. The menu featured dishes crafted from ingredients like seafoods (salmon , oysters), and which require specific temperature, water and soil conditions (coffee, chocolate). Kass has been hosting such educational dinners since 2015, this year he collaborated with Marque Collins. The following is an excerpt from Collins’ speech at the event “We’re not doing exotic, crazy things here………….……………………………………….The overall approachability of the menu is kind of the point”. So what’s the whole point of this dinner? Also give me this apt title X which also shares it name with a late 15th century work.
  • 76. SAFETY SLIDE When aapko event mein jabardasti laaya jaaye
  • 77. Sincerely, The Friday Club Predicted Food Scarcity due to Climate Change X- The Last Supper
  • 78. Sincerely, The Friday Club Jamie, who co-owns catering company The Wandering Chef, was enlisted to create an extravagant banquet for a pop-up restaurant called ___ ___ ____ ____, to celebrate a release. Devising the menu took a bold imagination - the end result was only for those with a strong stomach. "I wanted to prepare flavours that were very medieval, and also wanted to use unusual ingredients like veal tongue and whole suckling pig". Jamie and his team of three chefs created delicacies such as traitor's tongue, smoked serpent and honey- fried locusts. FITB with a slightly modified version (of the English translation) of a greeting that Braavosi use. It is very traditional phrase and it is followed by certain gesture.
  • 80. SAFETY SLIDE When shaadiyon vala photographer clicks your khaana khate huye pic
  • 81. Sincerely, The Friday Club All Men Must Dine
  • 82. Sincerely, The Friday Club Molly Lewis knows how weird her career path is. She says “I knew this <redacted> who wouldn’t kiss his wife two weeks before a competition. I think kissing is beneficial, actually. It strengthens the lips.” In her wonderfully quirky world, lyrics are omitted. Across her debut album On the Lips, she invites you to sit back and relax in her so-called Café Molly universe. Talking about the International ________ Convention, she says: “I’ve always been interested in strange subcultures, I thought it was hilarious and fun, and I knew that it would be an experience to go there, anthropologically.” What “instrument” does this unusual musician play?
  • 83. SAFETY SLIDE Sai after getting 100% attendance in all courses:
  • 84. Sincerely, The Friday Club Molly is a whistler
  • 85. Sincerely, The Friday Club In November 2002, an Italian almond liqueur brand Disaronno came up with a novel advertising idea. Hoping to give the passengers in the London Underground stations a warm, Christmas-y feeling, Disaronno launched a £1.5 million campaign to promote its amaretto liqueur through almond-scented boxes. This idea however backfired and the people panicked, confusing the bitter almond aroma to be that of a terror attack. Remember your 12th grade chemistry lab (and a 2023 Netflix docu-series) and tell me why?
  • 87. Sincerely, The Friday Club Cyanide gas smells like bitter almonds.
  • 88. Sincerely, The Friday Club The widely recognized motif X created by Takashi Murakami has emerged as a fundamental emblem in contemporary art, fashion, and culture. Utilizing X as a powerful symbol, the artist communicates a plethora of ideas and sentiments that lie at the heart of his creative vision. 1. His compositions exude brightness, infusing his work with a spirit of hope even amidst sorrow and sadness. 2. The smile embodies joy and positivity. 3. The veiled tears of his subjects serve as poignant reflections of emotional depth. An article discussing the artist’s NFT works cleverly incorporated the motif X, in the title referencing a non-violent movement from late 20th century. What is X and FITB.
  • 90. SAFETY SLIDE When you try to calm yourself down because your team don’t know the answer and all the other teams are pouncing.
  • 91. Sincerely, The Friday Club Smiling Flower motif Flower Power
  • 94. Sincerely, The Friday Club Who is the subject of this painting? P
  • 95. Sincerely, The Friday Club At the founding meeting of Nottingham Forest FC in 1865, the committee decided that the team colour should be a particular red, in honour of a popular personality from Italy (and until this day, the club's players wear that colour). Other consequences of his popularity in England: A currant biscuit, an eponymous sauce in Scotland, all kinds of memorabilia such as china figurines, and tankards, and the like. The most popular being the blousy shirts his army of Rifle Volunteers wore. Who?
  • 96. Sincerely, The Friday Club The etymological roots of this word 'CLUE' lies in the Old-English 'cliewen' meaning "a ball" or in the middle english 'clewe' meaning "a ball of thread or yarn". The current meaning of the word traces back its origin from the famous myth which tells the story of a certain someone who used a sword and a ball of thread to navigate the puzzling pathways of their journey. In fact this mythological reference was so common that it came to have a figurative sense, and gradually the literal meaning disappeared leaving only the meaning of "that which points the way to a solution", by around the 17th century. Who is the 'anomalous' person being talked about in the myth famous for his mode of transport?
  • 97. Sincerely, The Friday Club What’s blanked out? ? ?
  • 98. Sincerely, The Friday Club The following is an excerpt from a piece published in TOI's classified ad section in the 1970s "O’Cracy, D.E.M., beloved husband of T. Ruth, loving father of L.I. Bertie, brother of Faith, Hope and Justicia, expired on June 26." At first glance it seemed like a small obituary misplaced in the classified ad section. But if you stare long enough you will find this seemingly innocuous words must have been successfully escaped censure from the clerks of the TOI office. So what’s this ad really for?
  • 101. Sincerely, The Friday Club Who is the subject of this painting? P
  • 103. Sincerely, The Friday Club Coronation of Napoleon - Jacques Louis David
  • 104. Sincerely, The Friday Club At the founding meeting of Nottingham Forest FC in 1865, the committee decided that the team colour should be a particular red, in honour of a popular personality from Italy (and until this day, the club's players wear that colour). Other consequences of his popularity in England: A currant biscuit, an eponymous sauce in Scotland, all kinds of memorabilia such as china figurines, and tankards, and the like. The most popular being the blousy shirts his army of Rifle Volunteers wore. Who?
  • 105. SAFETY SLIDE First time Offline QM privileges:
  • 106. Sincerely, The Friday Club Garibaldi
  • 107. Sincerely, The Friday Club The etymological roots of this word 'CLUE' lies in the Old-English 'cliewen' meaning "a ball" or in the middle english 'clewe' meaning "a ball of thread or yarn". The current meaning of the word traces back its origin from the famous myth which tells the story of a certain someone who used a sword and a ball of thread to navigate the puzzling pathways of their journey. In fact this mythological reference was so common that it came to have a figurative sense, and gradually the literal meaning disappeared leaving only the meaning of "that which points the way to a solution", by around the 17th century. Who is the 'anomalous' person being talked about in the myth famous for his mode of transport?
  • 109. Sincerely, The Friday Club Theseus
  • 110. Sincerely, The Friday Club What’s blanked out? ?
  • 111. SAFETY SLIDE ….Khada hu aaj bhi vahin…. . Kisi ke toh intezaar mein .
  • 112. Sincerely, The Friday Club Kentucky
  • 113. Sincerely, The Friday Club The following is an excerpt from a piece published in TOI's classified ad section in the 1970s "O’Cracy, D.E.M., beloved husband of T. Ruth, loving father of L.I. Bertie, brother of Faith, Hope and Justicia, expired on June 26." At first glance it seemed like a small obituary misplaced in the classified ad section. But if you stare long enough you will find this seemingly innocuous words must have been successfully escaped censure from the clerks of the TOI office. So what’s this ad really for?
  • 114. SAFETY SLIDE Whenever I check my phone , I find myself in a new “jhamela”
  • 115. Sincerely, The Friday Club Emergency, Death of Democracy (Published just 3 days after emergency 1975)
  • 119. Sincerely, The Friday Club The shown passport (bigger image on next slide) was issued when X was needed to be travelled to France for an anti-fungal treatment. The best photo for the passport that the Egyptian authorities could come up was a closed eye photo of X. Even the place of the birth is unknown for X. And X is probably the only person with the <redacted> profession on a passport. Despite these unusualities, after reaching France, X was greeted at the Le Bourget Airport in Paris with full military honors befitting his profession. ID X (General description would do.)
  • 121. SAFETY SLIDE When seniors say “Seat rok ke rakhna”:
  • 122. Sincerely, The Friday Club Pharaoh Ramesses II (The mummy who needed passport)
  • 123. Sincerely, The Friday Club Since 1927, the TIME magazine has annually chosen a “Person of the Year”. Its recipients have included people such as Mahatma Gandhi, Pope John Paul II, Jeff Bezos, Taylor Swift and several US presidents and other heads of state. Controversial wins have happened occasionally, often because TIME magazine sees the title as reflecting influence over events, while much of the public views it more as an honor or award. Two of these most controversial selections came in 1938, and 1979. Both of these were political figures. While the 1938 recipient had consolidated power by annexing neighbouring regions, the 1979 recipient had overthrown the monarchy to establish a religious republic. Who were given the title in these two years? (5+5)
  • 124. SAFETY SLIDE Quiz event wale ghar jaane ke paise de rahe hain:
  • 125. Sincerely, The Friday Club 1938: Adolf Hitler 1979: Ayatollah Khomeini
  • 126. Sincerely, The Friday Club Belonging with the greats, she has a star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She also appeared on the cover of the November 2009 issue of Playboy, becoming the first of her “community” to do so. The cover and a three-page picture spread was a part of a plan to appeal to younger readers. Amy from BEEF aptly wears a crown dedicated to this famous persona. The way her community is referred to at times (derogatory) adds a new layer of meaning behind this decision. Identify the personality.
  • 128. Sincerely, The Friday Club Marge Simpson
  • 129. Sincerely, The Friday Club X and Y are two techniques of a certain activity. X is more of a local (think very local) favourite while Y is internationally more accepted. Nowadays although X is not against the laws of that activity but it is generally looked upon globally. But this was not always the case. Infact X was the customary technique in the initial version of the mentioned activity. It was in 1807 when a certain John first modified X and hence credited with the first use of the new technique Y. There's a myth that John learned Y from his sister Christiana. John used to practice the mentioned activity with her sister. But Christiana’s massive hooped skirt(see image) prevented her from using the customary technique X. So she improvised, and hence Y was created. Give X & Y.
  • 130. SAFETY SLIDE All work and no play Makes John a drunk boy
  • 131. Sincerely, The Friday Club X- Underarm Bowling Y - Round/Overarm Bowling
  • 132. Sincerely, The Friday Club This “artform” X has its earliest recorded instances date back to ancient Egypt. The artists practised X with intricate design and patterns, soon it became a symbol of the artist’s skill. The better their skills are the costlier their “canvas” sells. Some artists event trademark particular patterns of the artform X. Though X is done for decorative purpose but it has a practical and mythical reason behind it. Practical reason being that the different patterns of X allowed to easily differentiate between different type of “canvases”. So that the buyers themselves know the type of “canvas’ just by seeing the design on it. Mythical reason being that X was done as precautionary measure to let the devil out of the “canvas” which prevented the “canvas” from fluffing. Give me X.
  • 133. SAFETY SLIDE QM ke friends hone ka benefit: zyada cameo opportunities
  • 134. Sincerely, The Friday Club Bread Scoring
  • 135. Sincerely, The Friday Club Delving into the creation of Billie Eilish's chart-topping hit 'Bad Guy,' fans were astonished to learn a surprising fact from FINNEAS during a discussion about the song's production. The pulsating hi-hat that dominates the chorus is not a conventional instrument but rather a sample of an unexpected source. FINNEAS likened the action that produces this sound to the buttons on an elevator, highlighting their seemingly inconsequential nature. He further reveals that a superintendent “counts them everyday to see how many idiots there are”. Speaking to Rolling Stones, Billie explained how she and her mother discovered the sound while on a walk in Sydney. “That’s hard!’ That’s the sound that it makes when you have to wait.” Where was the sound sampled from?
  • 137. SAFETY SLIDE QM ke friends hone ka benefit: zyada cameo opportunities Exhibit(B)
  • 138. Sincerely, The Friday Club Sydney’s traffic light / pedestrian crossing system
  • 139. Sincerely, The Friday Club Sydney’s traffic light / pedestrian crossing system
  • 140. Sincerely, The Friday Club In a rare interview, the creator stated “I don’t write about adolescents. I write about war for adolescents,” Recently again in public attention, the work has garnered praise for its exploration of societal issues. Rich in allusions to real events of the late 20th century, it portrays a series of conflicts. 1. The uniforms reflect the intensity of the heat, with provisions such as infrared goggles, water, and sleeping bags provided. 2. Trackers are used, suggesting the influence of GPS for navigation during challenging situations. 3. Media coverage that “brought global observers closer to the action”. 4. Food and supplies air-dropped. 5. Suffering many years of disease and suppression as a result of foreign invasion, which lead to a rebellion against the tyrant ruling over them. Id the work and the real-life ‘tyrant’ it alludes to?
  • 142. Sincerely, The Friday Club Hunger Games Saddam Hussein
  • 143. Sincerely, The Friday Club ______ ______(6,6) was born on Reunion Island in 1888. He was a renowned aviator, credited with achievements like the first non-stop flight across the Mediterranean and inventing a propeller that protected planes from their own gunfire. He was an early WW1 fighter pilot and died in an air battle a month before the war's end. His name is immortalized in a different realm as well. A sports arena was erected in the capital of his home country (to which Reunion Island belongs) in 1927/28, bearing his name. Consequently, the renowned tournament hosted here annually is sometimes referred to by his name. This event ranks among the four most prestigious tournaments of that sport. Name the aviator (6) and the common name of the tournament (4)
  • 145. Sincerely, The Friday Club Roland Garros; French Open
  • 146. Sincerely, The Friday Club The Allies were preparing to land in Normandy in 1944. As all road signs had been destroyed by the occupying forces, they feared that their troops would make slow progress in the French cities. The solution: X authorised the Allies to reprint the 1939 edition of Y with its detailed city maps. It was given to the officers with the note "For official use only". Y (something completely unrelated to X’s initial objective) is their most popular venture, its fame having spread from France to Europe and eventually to the entire world. Y continues to be a sign of great prestige even today. Identify the company X or their offering Y.
  • 148. Sincerely, The Friday Club The MICHELIN Guide

Editor's Notes

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  6. We can add the video (very explicit with a lot of swearing) at the
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  8. 1.visitors exchange the creations with each other at the venue 2.prospectors - skilled workers more well known version - we know it because of some other place, a decade difference or so mid 19th century
  9. https://hypebeast.com/2019/4/kaws-painting-nigo-sothebys-auction-record
  10. https://hypebeast.com/2019/4/kaws-painting-nigo-sothebys-auction-record
  11. Add more things about ideology? more hints for 2nd part (Finals)
  12. Finals https://www.tiktok.com/@toasterztech/video/7248427533576719622?embed_source=71929437%2C121374463%2C121404358%2C121351166%2C121331973%2C120811592%2C120810756%3Bnull%3Bembed_name&refer=embed&referer_url=www.newsweek.com%2Flogitech-controller-review-tiktok-viral-after-titan-sub-tragedy-1809270&referer_video_id=7248427533576719622
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  15. first part ka answer is incorporated in the second workoutable in both the directions
  16. // video me answer hain, just for reference, no connection
  17. Meh Question? Prelims hi mp
  18. Finals?
  19. Meh Question? Prelims hi mp
  20. Meh Question? Prelims hi mp
  21. Finals?
  22. Meh Question? Prelims hi mp
  23. again -> prequel
  24. https://news.michelin.co.uk/articles/the-michelin-guide-restaurant-guide-of-records