I am a true Quoran by heart. I feel there has been no better invention better than Quora (except, of course, the internet or light or electricity.. oh, wait.)

Anyway, like I said I am addicted to Quora and I keep reading about unusual stuff on it. So recently, I came across a very engaging story on Quora.

The question asked people to post pictures of historical figures in unexpected company or place. Seems interesting, right?

While there were quite a few answers. I am posting the one I liked better than the others. This kind Quoran, in fact, has also back linked the original site from where he found the pictures for us.

Man, I feel like a fat kid at the Candy store. Jackpot! Lol.

Here take a look at this particular answer for some cool pictures featuring certain historical figures in unexpected places or company:

There’s actually a wonderful blog that posts pictures where seemingly unrelated people are seen together.

I’ve only included those I’d consider historical figures. There are others like Martha Stewart with Snoop Dogg, and many-many musicians whose appearances together are absurd, but aren’t included in the list below.

Carl Sagan and the Dalai Lama:


Michael Jackson and Mr. T:

The Beatles and Mohammad Ali:


Keith Richards, James Brown, …and John Belushi:


Mark Twain and Nikola Tesla:

Also check this out: QuoraED: What Are The Most Interesting Facts That You Know And I Don’t

Cary Grant and Amelia Earhart:

Charlie Chaplin and Albert Einstein:

Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, and Ludacris:

Nancy Reagan and Mr. T:

John Steinbeck, Maurice Wilkins, Watson, and Crick:

Salvador Dali and Walt Disney:

Cool, right?

Also, if this didn’t satisfy your super curious brain, check out other pictures on this particular question on Quora as well as the particular blog linked.

Happy exploring!


Picture Credits: Quora (as uploaded by the user)


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