Trashy Questions at Dinner Table

Has it happened to you, that you went to dinner and ended up ordering the second worst thing on the menu and the other person cannot stop talking about his cuisine. And if you are me, you are wondering with each morsel, that “why me…again!!!”

So here I am, with a strong belief in “live and let live” and “Can’t eat and don’t let eat”.  So here is what to do…start volleying the other person with a series of random questions. Some of which I am providing here, the other ones you will have to think yourself.

1.  Who killed Joan of Arc? (Tip: Never take French Arrmy as an answer, ask for a person’s name)

2. What was Billy Bob Thronton’s name in Heebie Jeebie Jeopardy?

3. What do you call that cap that British guards at Beckingham Palace?

4. Hey, who was older; Julius Caesar or Brutus.

5. What was the relation between person killed Joan of Arc and  person who killed Roger Rabbit? Besides the obvious that actually both were killers.

6. What is the shoe size of Johny Depp in Pirates….I think they show it in PartII.



So keep on asking questions till other person motions waiter and asks for a box to go…Believe me, better your question are, shorter will be the time required for reaching that stage.

5 thoughts on “Trashy Questions at Dinner Table

  1. Gauri says:

    hmm… funny.. i come up with silly questions all the time, but stick to Why, when , who the most while seeing an englsih movie with my husband… he gets real pissed off and i derive such grt pleasure… 😀

  2. Gaurav says:


    ya I do that too, specially in horror movies!!…..

  3. Nidhi says:

    Came bloghopping over here…cool and funny post 🙂

  4. Nivedita says:


    Just wanted to tell you that between Julius Caeser and Brutus, Julius Caeser was older. Actually, much older, since some believe Brutus was Caeser’s illegitimate child. Hence the Caeser’s disbelief when Brutus stabs him…you know ‘Et tu Brute’ 🙂

  5. Gaurav says:

    Thanks for coming and commenting. 🙂


    Thanks for the trivia…but that makes me add one more line to entry..”Always know the other person’s field of interest before you start asking questions.”

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