Pictures by Letter - P

Name the objects, people, or concepts that are depicted in these images.
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Last updated: January 9, 2020
First submittedMarch 13, 2018
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Pufferfish
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Level 58
Mar 13, 2018
easiest one yet
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Level 80
Mar 14, 2018
Not for me. Took me nearly a minute of saying "but they're banana chips" before remembering plantains.
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Level 78
Mar 15, 2018
not potato? or plate?
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Level 72
Mar 13, 2018
Photographer?
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Level 74
Mar 13, 2018
I though it would be something like that. I tried picture, photography, even paparazzi.
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Level 71
Apr 11, 2018
LOL So did I! I typed all of that and then tried polaroid!
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Level 65
Aug 26, 2018
I'd love to see a paparazzi whose only camera is a Polaroid, frantically shaking one developing exposure while trying to get their next shot.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Yes, I tried photo, photography, picture, and paparazzi. This was followed by me trying many other spellings of paparazzi.
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Level 72
Jun 18, 2018
That would surely be a better answer than polaroid which is a trade name.
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Level 70
Aug 25, 2018
I agree
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Level 82
Aug 25, 2018
Polaroid is an extremely recognizable camera brand, though perhaps not for people under a certain age.
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Level 71
Aug 26, 2018
@cornflakes But then the picture should show just the camera without the photographer to avoid confusion.
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
Phunny, the phirst thing I thought of when I saw the picture was Polaroid. I didn't think of anything else.
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Level 83
Mar 13, 2018
Piper for piccolo?
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Level 85
Mar 14, 2018
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Level 71
Mar 14, 2018
No. Pipe instruments like the bagpipes have the stem go straight out; piccolos are like flutes in that the stem goes perpendicular to the face.
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Level 81
Mar 13, 2018
Never ever thought Pegasus could be black, for me it's always been white, so took a good while.
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Level 64
Jul 30, 2018
If this one was white you wouldn't see it soooo...
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Level 63
Aug 25, 2018
The black color threw me; I ignored the wings and tried "Porsche."
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Level 78
Mar 13, 2018
Could pirate also be poison?
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Level 74
Mar 13, 2018
Yep, poison was my first try.
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Level 80
Mar 14, 2018
Were it not on a black flag, yes, that's exactly the image that Wikipedia uses for the poison symbol. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazard_symbol
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Level ∞
Jan 9, 2020
Poison will work now.
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Level 66
Aug 25, 2018
Photography. Also Picchu for Macchu Picchu came to mind.
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Level 60
Aug 25, 2018
Exactly, see below!
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Level 60
Aug 25, 2018
Pontiff?
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Level 60
Aug 25, 2018
I was all ready to give you a hard time....kept typing picchu (even machu picchu)....then doh! Peru!!!! Idiot
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Level 63
Aug 25, 2018
I don't think I've ever seen a quiz til now where 100% of the takers got at least one answer correct. Everybody knows the Pope!
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Level 58
Aug 25, 2018
puma? for panther?
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Level 78
Aug 27, 2018
Because of the color, black panther immediately came to mind. Black puma isn't a common phrase.
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Level 67
Sep 11, 2018
They're different species.
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Level 69
Aug 25, 2018
Skull and crossbones is also a symbol for poison.

That cat looked like a puma to me.

Weak that you had no other choices for those two.

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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
To me they are completely appropriate pictures to represent those two words. Also have you seen a black puma?
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Level 37
Aug 27, 2018
Isn't "panthenon" spelled pantheon?
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Level 67
Sep 11, 2018
This is the Parthenon in Athens. The Pantheon is in Rome.
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
You mean 'parthenon'. And they are different words.
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Level 44
Aug 21, 2020
porcupine fish for puffer fish?
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Level 57
Jan 28, 2021
I thought parliament was Palace of Westminster