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Someone’s onto something!

October 30, 2011

1)This guy’s past is uncertain and there are  several versions but the most accepted one is, he was originally an engineer at a chemical plant who quit his job to become a stand-up comedian, only to fail miserably. Desperate to support his pregnant wife, he agrees to help two criminals break into the plant where he was formerly employed to get to the card company next door. During the planning, police contacts him and informs that his wife and unborn child die in a household accident.   As soon as they enter the plant, however, they are immediately caught by security and a shoot-out ensues, in which the two criminals are killed. As he tries to escape, he slips over a rail and falls into a vat of chemicals. The rest is history.What am i talking about?


Name: __________ (but I’m not that old!)

Age: 84

Height: 5’4"

Hobbies: Watching cricket; meteorology

Likes: Cricket (obviously); ‘Tweeting’ to all my friends; WG Grace (a great cricketer and very chatty still – for a statue)

Dislikes: Lightning and balloons


3)He is a graduate from the Indian Institute of Technology.He often solves difficult problems in a few keystrokes, but he is still naïve to the cruelties and politics of the business world. He once worked from the  office bathroom.

He is trained to sleep only on national holidays, a trait that he allegedly carried over from his alma mater.In addition, e had training in telekinesis during his time at IIT.He chokes his boss by tightening his necktie as hes not happy that X invented a superconductor that would eliminate the need for oil, saying that he should have been finding vendors for ink cartridges. As well, he has mentioned that he is mentally superior to most people on earth and he has the ability to reheat his tea by holding a cup to his forehead and thinking about fire.

He has also claimed to have killed a coyote with only his keys, although he later concedes that it "might have been a potato".X?

4)He is an American actor who has appeared in feature films and television series. He competed on Jeopardy! on June 7, 2002, and won $34,400.As of February 22, 2011, the average U.S. domestic box office of his movies was over $363 million and $1.2 billion worldwide. This is an extremely high average, especially for an actor who has appeared in multiple movies. Among actors tracked by Box Office Mojo, the highest average for an actor with multiple movies is Emma Watson with an average of $252 million.Name the actor.

5)What’s been blanked out?



2 Comments leave one →
  1. cerebralpursuits permalink
    November 1, 2011 5:19 pm

    2.I think we’ll find this gentleman @ the home of cricket & we call him Old Father Time.
    3.X must be Asok in Dilbert.
    4.Kindly drag Dileep Rao to hell.
    5.These Chinese people bhi na..All Fake..SJ’s Fake autobiography.

  2. aishwarya permalink
    June 19, 2012 11:32 pm

    first one is the joker from batman

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