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Posted by @ B H i on May 20, 2007

  • The queen of England does not have the right to vote in any British election.
  • The queen of England has two birthdays.
  • The Queen termite can live up to 50 years and have 30,000 children every day.
  • The raised reflective dots in the middle of highways are called Botts
  • The rapid rate of expansion of gas is what gives steam its power. One volume of water, at normal atmospheric pressure and at the boiling point, yields 1,670 volume of steam.
  • The reason firehouses have circular stairways is from the days of yore when the engines were pulled by horses. The horses were stabled on the ground floor and figured out how to walk up straight staircases.
  • The reason most mosquito bites itch is because mosquitoes inject saliva into the persons skin before they suck your blood. They take it out once they are done, but if they are forced to fly away, they don’t get a chance to draw the saliva out. And it is their saliva that causes the itch.
  • The reason why the very beginning of The Wizard of Oz is black and white, is because color was not available at that point. When color was available, the writers decided to start using it in Munchkinland.
  • The record for the biggest one day rainfall was set on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, on March 15, 1952, where 74 inches of rain fell in 24 hours.
  • The record for the most weddings is held by King Mogul of Siam, who had 9000 weddings and 9000 wives.
  • The red capes used to taunt bulls in bullfights is the same shade of red as the bull’s blood. That way you can’t tell it is covered with the bull’s blood by the end of the fight. Fight spectators like bullfighting, but not blood.`
  • The red kangaroo of Australia can jump 27 feet in one bound.
  • The red sea is not red.
  • The red spot on the 7up cans comes from it’s inventor. He was an albino (albinos have red eyes).
  • The regular garden variety caterpillar has 248 muscles in its head.
  • The Republic of Israel was established April 23, 1948.
  • The revolving door was invented August 7, 1888, by Theophilus Van Kannel, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • The Ribbon worm will start eating itself to avoid starvation
  • The ridges on the sides of coins are called reeding or milling.
  • The right lung is slightly larger than the left
  • The right side of a boat was called the starboard side due to the fact that the astronavigators used to stand out on the plank (which was on the right side) to get an unobstructed view of the stars. The left side was called the port side because that was the side that you put in on at the port.
  • The river Danube empties into the Black Sea.
  • The rose family of plants, in addition to flowers, gives us apples, pears, plums, cherries, almonds, peaches and apricots.
  • The rosy periwinkle plant, found in Madagascar, is used to cure leukemia.
  • The rumble that is created when a Harley’s engine runs has been patented by the company
  • The Russian Imperial Necklace has been loaned out by Joseff jewelers of Hollywood for 1,215 different feature films.
  • The S in Harry S Truman stands for nothing.
  • The safety pin was patented in 1849 by Walter Hunt. He sold the patent rights for $400.
  • The Sahara Desert expands at a rate of about 1 km each month.
  • The Sahara desert is larger as Europe and large then the combined areas of next largest 9 deserts.
  • The Sahara Desert is over twice as big as the second largest desert in the world, The Australian Desert. The Sahara is 3.5 million square miles compared to the 1.47 million square miles of the Australian. This is “true” in the generic sense of the Autralian Desert. There is no Australian Desert. It is divided into many different deserts. What would be true would be to say the Sahara is bigger than the desert space in Australia (which is A LOT not sure how much as a percentage of the total land mass of australia).
  • The sailfish can swim faster than a horse can gallop.
  • The saluki is the oldest known breed of domesticated dog. Carvings of animals resembling the saluki have been found in excavations of the Sumerian Empire. They are believed to have originated from between 6,000 and 7,000 B.C.
  • The salute of uniform bodies (eg. army, police) originated from knights who lifted their visors to show their face to a royalty.
  • The same material that is used to make bulletproof glass is also used in Tupperware’s Rock ‘n Serve containers. The container, however, is not entirely bulletproof. Due to the lifetime warrantee on Tupperware products, the company will replace it for FREE! (Just in case you’re in quick need of a shield and a Rock ‘n Serve is the only thing handy)
  • The San Diego Zoo in California has the largest collection of animals in the world.
  • The sandwich is named for the Fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-92), for whom sandwiches were made so that he could stay at the gambling table without interruptions for meals.
  • The Santa Maria was the only one of Columbus’s ships not to return to Spain. It hit a reef on December 5, 1492 and sank.
  • The saying ‘once in a blue moon ‘ refers to the occurrence of two full moons during one calendar month. The last two occurred in January & March 1999. The next one isn’t until the end of 2001.
  • The science-fiction series “Lost in Space” (set in the year 1997) premiered on CBS in 1965.
  • The sea contains about 1/2 of the world’s known animal groups
  • The Sea of tranquility is found on the moon.
  • The SEALs have been deployed in Vietnam, Laos, Panama, Bosnia, Haiti, Somalia, and Colombia.
  • The search engine “Lycos” is named for Lycosidae, the Latin name for the wolf spider family. Unlike other spiders that sit passively in their web, wolf spiders are hunters, actively stalking their prey.
  • The secretary-bird swallow hen’s egg whole without breaking its shell.
  • The sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.” uses every letter of the alphabet!

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QUIZ :Solve this puzzle guyz :-)

Posted by @ B H i on March 16, 2007

Q: Three people check into a hotel. They pay £30 to the manager and go to their room. The manager suddenly remembers that the room rate is £25 and gives £5 to the bellboy to return to the people. On the way to the room the bellboy reasons that £5 would be difficult to share among three people so he pockets £2 and gives £1 to each person. Now each person paid £10 and got back £1. So they paid £9 each, totalling £27. The bellboy has £2, totalling £29. Where is the missing £1?

You need to answer with clear reasoning which should be convincing……

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Cricket World Cup 2007 Horoscopes & Luck & Prediction

Posted by @ B H i on March 13, 2007

Posted in Chinese Horoscope, Cricket World Cup 2007, Current Issues, Horoscope, Humor, Information, Life, Office, Quiz, World Cup Prediction | Leave a Comment »

General Knowledge very gud one

Posted by @ B H i on February 26, 2007

Who was the first Indian Woman to fly Abroad ?
Sita with Rawan…………

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Love letter

Posted by @ B H i on December 19, 2006

A young attractive teenage college girl received a love letter from her
classmate. It was as follows:

My dear Swapna,
Please answer the following questionnaire. You will get 10 marks for (a), 5
marks for (b) and 3 marks for (c). If you have scored more than 40, then you
love me. Don’t delay to express it. If you have scored between 30 and 40,
love is budding in your heart and it’s getting ready to bloom. If you have
scored less than 30, you are in confusion whether to love me or not.

1) Whenever you enter the classroom, your sight always falls on me because
(a) of love
(b) you couldn’t resist seeing me
(c) really…. am I doing it?

2) Whenever professor cracks joke, you laugh and turn and look at me because
(a) you always like to see me smiling
(b) you are testing whether I like jokes
(c) you are attracted by my smile

3) When you were singing in the class, I entered and immediately you stopped
singing because
(a) you are so coy to sing before me
(b) my presence influenced you
(c) you feared whether I’d like your song

4) When you were showing your nude child photo, when I asked for it, you hid
it because
(a) you felt ashamed
(b) you felt uneasy if I would imagine you nude
(c) you don’t know

5) During trekking, my friend and myself gave you hand for lifting you. You
took only my friend’s because
(a) you enjoyed my disappointment
(b) you won’t feel like leaving my hand after grabbing
(c) you don’t know

6) You were waiting yesterday for bus and didn’t get into your bus.
(a) You were waiting for me
(b) you were dreaming about me and didn’t notice the bus
(c) that bus was crowded

7) You introduced me to your parents when they came to college because
(a) I am going to be their son-in-law
(b) you just wanted to know what your parents think about me
(c) you just felt like introducing me to them

8) I told that I like girls wearing roses. Next day, you came with a
rose on your head because
(a) to fulfill my wish
(b) you like roses
(c) by chance you got a rose

9) On that day, it was my birthday. You too came to temple early at
6:00 AM because
(a) you want to pray along with me
(b) you want to meet me before any one could meet on my birthday
(c) you want to wish me at temple because you are spiritual

Eagerly awaiting the result of Love Exam
– Abhishek Singh
Swapna’s reply letter was also in Q/A format.

Please answer the following Yes/No questionnaire.

1) If somebody sits in the first row, normally people entering the class,
sees them
(a) Yes
(b) No

2) If a girl laughs and sees anyone, is it love?
(a) Yes
(b) No

3) While singing, if somebody forgets lines of the songs, will he/she stop
singing or not?
(a) Yes
(b) No

4) I was showing the photo to my friends who are girls. You poked you nose
(a) Yes
(b) No

5) I avoided holding your hand during trekking. Couldn’t you understand yet?
(a) Yes
(b) No

6) Should I not wait for my friend (girl)?
(a) Yes
(b) No

7) Shouldn’t I introduce you to my parents as a friend?
(a) Yes
(b) No

8) You have said you also like Lotus, cauliflower, and banana’s flower. Is
it true?
(a) Yes
(b) No

9) Oh was that your birthday. That’s why I saw you in the temple. I
come daily to the temple. Do you know?
(a) Yes
(b) No

If you have answered, “Yes” to any of the question, then I do not love
you. If you have answered “No”, then you don’t know the meaning of Love.

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Nice Link…hacker Minds

Posted by @ B H i on December 14, 2006

Nice Link….

Must follow the link and try to solve all….

HINT : It has 23 pages not 5, which most of you will think…

Click Me !!!

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Super Silly Quiz

Posted by @ B H i on November 20, 2006

# The maker doesn’t want it; the buyer doesn’t use it; and the user doesn’t even see it. What is it?

Answer Coffin
# There is one word in the English language that is always pronounced incorrectly. What is it?

Answer incorrectly
# What is it that goes up and goes down but does not move?

Answer Temperature
# Before Mount Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain on Earth?

Answer Mount Everest
# What is one thing that all wise men, regardless of their religion or politics, agree is between heaven and earth?

Answer The word “and.”
# How could you rearrange the letters in the words “new door” to make one word? Note: There is only one correct answer.

Answer “new door” = “one word”
# Which is correct to say, “The yolk of the egg *are* white” or “The yolk of the egg *is* white”?

Answer ..Neither, the yolk of the egg is yellow.

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Are there 12 or 13 men?

Posted by @ B H i on October 21, 2006


 This will drive you crazy!


Don’t ask me; I haven’t figured it out yet…..

More Fun and Masti on MASTI @ INDIA

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Quiz to know about u….

Posted by @ B H i on August 11, 2006

The following is the philosophy of Charles Schultz, the creator of the “Peanuts” comic strip. You don’t have to actually answer the questions. Just read the e-mail straight through, and you’ll get the point.

1. Name the five wealthiest people in the world.

2. Name the last five Heisman trophy winners.

3. Name the last five winners of the Miss America.

4. Name ten people who have won the Nobel or Pulitzer Prize.

5. Name the last half dozen Academy Award winner for best actor and actress.

6. Name the last decade’s worth of World Series winners.

How did you do?

The point is, none of us remember the headliners of yesterday. These are no second-rate achievers. They are the best in their fields. But the applause dies. Awards tarnish. Achievements are forgotten. Accolades and certificates are buried with their owners.

Here’s another quiz. See how you do on this one:

1. List a few teachers who aided your journey through school.

2. Name three friends who have helped you through a difficult time.

3. Name five people who have taught you something worthwhile.

4. Think of a few people who have made you feel appreciated and special.

5. Think of five people you enjoy spending time with.


The lesson: The people who make a difference in your life are not the ones with the most credentials, the most money, or the most awards. They are the ones that care.

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Posted by @ B H i on July 23, 2006

Aap train mein ja rahe ho Aapke Samne 2 Log bethe hai Jo ek aurat or ek admi hai, na to maa beta hai, na woh pati patni hai, na wo bhai behen hai to aap ne pucha ki aapka ris h ta kya hai, usne kaha ki iska sasur aur mera sasur dono bap beta hai. reply must i want to see how much time u will take to solve it. ur time start now……………..

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