Pictures by Letter - K

Name the objects, people, or concepts that are depicted in these images.
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+5
Level 81
Mar 13, 2018
For the world outside USA "Kinder" first and foremost means Kinder Surprise, Kinder Eggs. And even discounting that, there's 2-3 other kinds of bars under the brand "Kinder" so it can be pretty hard to understand from the picture.
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Level 78
Mar 13, 2018
We get those in the UK
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Level 72
Mar 14, 2018
Um, in the USA, Kinder means Surprise Eggs, too – all the more so because of not being to get them here in our stupidly litigious society. I import luggage full of them every time I travel back from Halifax, and the airport security people barely flinch when they X-ray them (they look pretty funny in an X-ray, all stacked up). They're so used to seeing Americans "smuggle" them back in quantity like that. …Oh, I do save some room for Coffee Crisp bars, too. I don't know WHAT Nestlé is thinking not letting us have them. It's just cruel.
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Level 10
Jul 23, 2018
kinder actually means children in German :) you can find kinder eggs all over the u.s in European markets
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Level 82
Mar 19, 2018
Kinder Bueno is quite common here in Belgium. I'm surprised it's the least guessed answer.
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Level 30
Jan 27, 2019
same in uae
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Level 78
Jul 21, 2018
Never heard of Kinder, and I've never seen them for sale in my area of the US - I wonder why.
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Level 74
Jul 23, 2018
In Germany, 'Kinder' means 'children'
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
I know.
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Level 81
Jul 23, 2018
I've seen those candy bars before (outside of the US) but still didn't get the answer.
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Level 64
Jul 30, 2018
Kinder is actually a brand line of Ferrero which includes different chocolate bars. I've never heard anyone call any of them just "Kinder".
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Level 75
Dec 11, 2018
Let's see, a picture of a bueno bar... what word starting with k do I associ- oh, right! Kinder.
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Level 30
Jan 27, 2019
in the gulf too
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Level 83
Oct 6, 2019
It kinder looks like a SkyBar.
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Level 74
Mar 13, 2018
I'm disappointed that "KHAAAAAAAAAAAAN" didn't work for #2.
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Level 80
Mar 14, 2018
I said that in my mind as I typed it!
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Level 37
Jan 27, 2019
Khan worked for me. And all I could think of for "kinder" was "child", so I tried "children's chocolate".
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
He's saying KHAAAAAAAAAAAAN, with twelve As.
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Level 70
Mar 14, 2018
Have never seen the 'Kinder' Chocolate bar but it looks pretty good.
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Level 70
Mar 20, 2018
It's not. It's grim.
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Level 49
Oct 4, 2019
Because you're American
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Level 45
Dec 12, 2020
It's pretty nice. The inside is creamy and the outside is crunchy :)
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Level 90
Mar 14, 2018
I had no problem with the Kinder picture - might be because I think Kinder bueno bars are amazing. Any Kinder chocolate is great
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Level 72
Mar 14, 2018
Is this the Bueno bar?
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Level 90
Mar 20, 2018
Yes, it's close up of a Kinder Bueno bar. Perhaps Kinder egg would have been a better option for 'Kinder' as that seems universal...
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Level 84
Mar 14, 2018
Aaaah... replace it with a Kit-Kat bar and it should work worldwide!
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Level 71
Mar 15, 2018
That's actually a really good idea. I feel that Kit-Kat is one of a kind, while this bar looks pretty nondescript to me (I had totally forgotten that Kinder even made regular bars, I've seen some a couple of times while traveling but we don't have them where I am.
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Level 70
Jan 27, 2019
Now, KIt-Kat......... that's a real chocolate bar!
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Level 80
Mar 14, 2018
Easiest one yet. 41 seconds.
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Level 71
Mar 15, 2018
I spent a painful minute trying to remember what the name for a group of elephants was, then exceptionally decided to check Google because animal group names is one of those oddities of the English language my brain refuses to remember. I was totally lost at learning it was a parade, which didn't fit. Took me several additional seconds before cluing in it was actually about the mountain in the background... DoH!
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Level 65
Mar 18, 2018
I also paid too much attention to the elephants and not enough to the mountain.
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Level 56
Jun 2, 2018
Maybe also accept "Kibo" for "Kilimanjaro" as it is the name of the highest summit of Mount Kilimanjaro?
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Level 65
Jul 23, 2018
I'm wondering if they accept "Kenya" too. The elephants in the picture could easily be on the Kenyan side of the border.
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Level 78
Jan 27, 2019
Kenya was accepted for me.
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Level 65
Jul 21, 2018
Not complaining but i usually call Kinder Bueno as just Bueno. So it took me awhile.
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Level 72
Jul 21, 2018
Could you accept Kublai Khan as well please (since it starts also with a 'K')? Because I'm pretty sure that it's specifically him and not just any Khan.
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Level 82
Jul 21, 2018
Actually, it's Genghis.
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Level 51
Jul 21, 2018
Anyone else think of Young Frankenstein with the "knocker" clue?
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Level 83
Oct 6, 2019
I could've found a much better picture of knockers to be Frank.
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Level 38
Jul 24, 2018
The “kimono” clue looks like hanfu (a type of traditional Chinese clothing) - not a kimono. Is it possible to replace with an image of an actual kimono?
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Level 67
Sep 28, 2018
Yeah, isn't that too short to be a kimono?
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Level 70
Jan 27, 2019
Minimo?
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Level 76
Feb 5, 2019
Agreed, the picture is not a kimono. Kimono are longer, in any gender variety. The picture looks like a happi coat to me, which is a type of haori (hip or thigh length jacket). Happi coats are quite common in Japan and are usually worn to festivals, or by traditional merchants. (The tofu maker I lived near wore one for example.)

Please change the picture to show a kimono. These are knee-length or floor-length if it's a dude kimono, floor-length if it's a non-dude kimono.

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Level 50
Oct 31, 2019
Kimodo for Komodo?
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
Never heard of 'kale' before. I did try 'kabbage' though.