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March 13, 2011

1)ID the gentleman on the right without using reverse-image-search-engines please ;D

2)Clue question:

In aviation, X-ing is a term used for a return flight made by a commercial aircraft without any cargo or paying passengers on board.By extension, a member of an airline’s flight staff carried free of charge but not working is known as a X. This most often happens when airline crew are located in the wrong place and need to travel to take up their duties. This is also known as ‘positioning’.

X also refers to a person regarded as dull-witted or sluggish.
X also means a partially submerged log or trunk.

X-ing also refers to the removal of dead or spent flowers either to encourage more flowering or to improve the general appearance of the plant.

X may also colloquially refer to a person who greatly enjoys the music of the Grateful Dead and particularly the genius of Jerry Garcia.

ID X.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. nikhilnr permalink
    March 13, 2011 12:23 pm

    X- deadhead

    • Qrish permalink*
      March 13, 2011 12:31 pm

      dat’s only clue’s answer,but de gentleman?

  2. cerebralpursuits permalink
    March 13, 2011 4:54 pm

    The pic from the sets of Catch me if you can (We have our Jacky boy in the left ) & the guy in the right is Frank William Abagnale Jr who wrote a book by the above name & it was made in to a movie starring Leo & Hanks..Leo plays Abagnale in the movie..Could this have possibly inspired the movie Oye Lucky Lucky Oye?..The director might have used Bunty’s life instead 😀

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