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For those who don't know, Quora is a site where you can post answers and questions, and currently has reached over 300 million users, although there are no clear statistics for this year.


The beauty of Quora is that you can receive answers to your questions from people with experience in the field, and the information provided will often be well-structured and well-argued. Basically, Quora took an already model (Yahoo Answers, for example) and turned it into something really useful and relevant. The difference from Yahoo Answers is that Quora has a lot of specialists who get involved and break their time to help others with useful, documented information and relevant opinions.


Of course, the activity on Quora becomes all the more interesting the more you read and answer more questions. You can receive useful feedback and learn practical things from Quora that are really helpful.


There are hundreds of thousands of questions already asked on the platform, so we have chosen the funniest of them to see the diversity of information you can access if you decide to use this resource a few clicks away. Let's laugh together with Bemorepanda.


1.Can I tell by the smell of my husband's gas if he has been cheating?


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3.Why is my sperm so powerful?


4.My bro has not got his first period yet?


5.How do I ask a question on Yahoo answers?


6.Girlfriend aint had period since?


7.Why does steam come out of my vagina?


8.My girlfriend farted while we were kissing should I break up with her?


9.Is it true that you don't need to wear condoms when sleeping with an asian woman since they can't get pregnant?


10.If a woman was to eat a lot of chocolate would her breast milk taste like chocolate milk?


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$ 160 billion - this is the amount that the Amazon founder's fortune is estimated at. His path can hardly be repeated, but one can and should learn from his mistakes and decisions. Seven years without profit and analysts' forecasts about imminent bankruptcy - we tell how an entrepreneur managed to overcome difficulties and build a company worth more than $ 1 trillion.

Jeff Bezos is considered one of the pioneers of e-commerce. In 1994, he left his position as vice president of a Wall Street company to start his own business. Dropping everything, he moved to Seattle, where he began to develop his plan.


Bezos was about to name his business Cadabra, but a lawyer convinced him not to - the word was consonant with the word cadaver. Finally, the entrepreneur settled on Amazon, in honor of the largest river in the world - hence the original company logo.


Seattle was chosen by Bezos as headquarters. It was easy to find technicians there, and there was a huge market for book distributors in neighboring Oregon. Bezos started looking for money for the project, while programmers began developing the company's website.

The site began its work in 1995 and within a few months hit all kinds of Internet ratings.

Bezos currently owns 54 million shares in Amazon, bringing his fortune to more than $ 170 billion. Since the beginning of the year, the company's shares have risen 73%, including a 2.1% increase on Wednesday, August 5th.


Amazon has seen the highest profit in the company's 26-year history in recent months, despite investors estimating that profits will be wiped out because of the $ 4 billion cost of the health crisis.


On Quora people try to find how much money goes to Bezos when we buy something. Bemorepanda selected the top answers.





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The story of this crazy idea of ​​selling a pen at a job interview remains an enigma. What is certain is that more and more employers are trying to implement it and fewer and fewer candidates are successfully passing this test.


What is actually the purpose of this exercise? No one expects that there, during the interview, that candidate will even manage to sell a pen.


In addition to the natural emotions you feel at that moment, in addition to the fear of not taking the job you applied for, it is important to understand what the person who provoked you is expecting.


What employers expect at that moment is to see your communication skills. The approach to the subject of sales can have different aspects. Given the context and who is in front of you as a status or as a company, you can use one of the sales techniques below, which are actually the top answers on Quora to this question. Bemorepanda has collected the best options for you.



1.Answer from Sanket Patil (Territory Sales Manager at Aditya Birla Group)

Luckily I have been in this situation before, so I would like to share my answer with you all. The interview was for a Sales Representative position and the HR asked me to sell the pen to them (3 panelist). So here is our conversation…

HR: You have to sell this pen and 2 of us should agree to buy your pen after your pitch. You have total of 2 minutes to think and pitch for this pen. Your time starts now

Me: So Ma'am we at Reynolds (It was a Reynolds pen) value each and every customer and believe that every customer is different with different needs. We have variety of products available that caters to these needs. May I please know how often do you all use pen and what is the one thing you look for in a pen?

HR1: We use it everyday and I look for smooth writing

HR2: I need a comfortable grip

HR3: I prefer a pointed nip

Me: Exactly what my point was, every customer has different need even in case of a pen. So here is our new product which gives you a ceaseless experience because we don't want interruption in your work. Would you like to try this pen?

HR2: What is the price of this pen?

Me: It will just cost you Rs. 20 and as compared to the value it provides, the cost is totally justified

HR1: I don't think so. I will get a similar pen if not better for Rs. 10, then why should I choose yours?

Me: Yes maam, you may get a similar pen but we just don't sell a pen, we guarantee experience along with it.

HR3: You said, the cost is justified. So tell me how is it justified?

Me: Consider, yourself writing an important letter or signing a document. What if your pen stops writing? You will search for a new one, right? Won't you feel interrupted and disturbed while doing important work. So the extra amount that we charge is because our product won't let this happen. Saving those Rs. 10 can cost you Rs. 100 due to interruption. You never know. Therefore, not for the product but we ask you to pay for the experience.

Ma'am would you like to buy this pen?

(All three of them said Yes and I got selected later)

P. S: It is not the product but the benefits that the customer values and if your customer realizes the value that you provide, your job is done.


2.Answer from Ian Adams

Just an awesome answer from Ian Adams. It's not just amusing, but it's also a showcase of good salesmanship. But! I am a pain in the ass person so I need to play the role of devils advocate here a bit and explain something about this "sell me this pen"-scheme.

First, the point of the whole "Sell me this pen" is mostly used to identify if the person getting interviewed is in any way a good candidate for a sales job. It's the same reason companies like Boston Consulting Group ask candidates questions like:

"How many square meters of pizza do Americans eat every week?"

You're not supposed to give an exact number, it is your thought process that matters. When an interviewer ask you to "sell me this pen", he doesn't look for a gimmicky answer - he wants to see you be able to perform a basic sales call. He want's to spot if you are a poor salesman or a good salesman.

So let's look at the tale of the tape, shall we?

Poor salesman:

A) Talks about the product features

B) Doesn't ask questions

C) Doesn't try to identify the clients real reason for purchase

D) See every interaction as a one-time transaction

Great salesman:

A) Instead of focusing on the product features, the great salesman focuses on the benefit that feature gives and the meaning it has for the client. Example: HD-TV (feature) --> Better resolution (benefit) --> Better viewing experience (meaning). Nobody cares about the feature, at the end of the day they buy it for what it does for them.

B) The only way to understand what the client wants is by asking questions. You cannot guess what the client needs. A great salesman knows that there is a reason we humans have two ears and only one mouth. We should let the client do the talking. How do you get the client talking? asking questions.

C) An old man comes to your store and wants to buy a swing. Why? Do you think he wants to entertain himself in his golden years. Nope, he probably wants to set it up so when his grand-kids visit, they would have something fun to do. That means that the real reason for his purchase is to have a great time with this grand-kids. Once you've identified the real reason, you can make a more compelling offer - sell him a big toy castle, with a slippery slide and two swings.

D) A great salesman does everything he can to build up trust and a solid relationship with every client. He does it by providing value that other salesmen can't match. That means sometimes that he offers an cheaper alternative because he understands that it's the better choice for the client.

The absolute best answer is.......

It depends what kind of job you are interviewing for (Cue in sad wah wah). Sorry to disappoint you, but there's a big difference if you sell B2C or B2B products. There's also a big difference between selling products/services with long vs short sales cycles.

If you are interviewing for a B2B company that sells complicated products with long sales cycles, well then the classic half-gimmicky answers wont do wonders. They might however work great when it comes to B2C sales, with short cycles and one-time transactions.

As I said before, the main point is to show that you are even in the ballpark when it comes to sales. The person who just fumbles for words and talks about the features of the pen are weeded out quickly.

So don't worry about not being answering the interviewer in a clever and crafty way. Focus on the great salesman's A-D above and you'll do fine!


3.Answer from Barun Mohanty, Passionate about stock market

Don’t ask crap questions like “Do you need a pen?”, “What kind of pen you use?”. I’m gonna tell you the exact words. If you won’t find it useful in your interview, you can downvote my answer.


First, Let’s have a look on some failures.

Interviewer- Sell me this pen?

You- Do you need a pen?

Interviewer- No, I don’t.

You- Can I know, what kind of pen you use?

Interviewer- Yes, I use good pens. But I don’t use craps like yours.


Let’s bring it on. You have a normal, cheap pen to sell (Let’s say 045 Reynolds)

Interviewer- Sell me this pen.

You- Sir, this is 045 Reynolds fine carbure, normally runs 15 days smoothly for an average sales guy.

(You just provided general information and told the interviewer that your target market is salesmen. As we know your interviewer is also in sales. And this pen is specially designed for sales persons.)

You- 70% of the salesmen found it useful as per our survey.

Interviewer- What happened to other 30%? (Now you are controlling the subconscious of the interviewer, he is asking the questions you want. It will make your process easier)

You- Rest 30% don’t use it [humour]. (You just told him your pen is the best selling pen and favourite among the salesmen. At the same time you respected other companies and showed honesty by not saying 100%)

Interviewer- So what? My pen is working perfectly for me and I think I’m among the rest 30%.

You- Sir, it is more than a normal pen. Its ink doesn’t get spilled in high temperature as normal pens. Spilling of ink might cost you a fortune. Your costly suit might get dirty. It might cost you a sales call and you might lose your job.

(You just told him the biggest problem and scared him :-D)

Interviewer- So what? My pen doesn’t get spilled.

You- Sir, your pen is unique (He gets happy). But, this pen costs only 6 Rupee and is easily available in every store in your city. If you lose this pen, don’t worry, you can have it easily.

(You just showed your pen’s availability. People use products which are easily available to them. Will you buy a cell phone, which doesn’t have a service center? Pen is something, people get used to it. If you are using a particular pen, you will need the same pen when you lose it.)

You have just processed his mind to buy your product. Before he says anything, say this-

You- It has a white body and a blue cover. White stands for clean, purity, honesty and blue stands for reliability. It will definitely create positive aura around you and your customer/ prospect during a sales presentation and it might lead to a sale.

Interviewer- Okay. I will think about it. (Objection- 1)

(Someone is going to think means he is not going to buy your product)

So, It’s time for CTA (Call To Action)

You- Sir, this amazing pen normally costs 6 Rupee but if you buy it today, I will give you for 5 Rupee.

(You just created an emergency. Let’s see how he responds.)

Interviewer- Well, I will buy it tomorrow then. Today, I don’t have money/ change. (Objection-2)

You- Sir, I won’t mind if you pay me tomorrow. But I want to see you getting benefitted from today. So, please have the pen. Pay me tomorrow.

(What will he say, now? No, I don’t want to get benefitted from today?)

He will buy the pen and you will get selected.


4.Answer from Yannick Duchscher, Blogger Writing Copies 

Imagine that you are a businessman. Don't think too hard about it, it may become the reality. You built many businesses. One is skyrocketing so much that don't have the money to sustain it. This business becomes more than a chore for you. You don’t know how to handle it.

First you tried to delegate. But no one wanted of your business. Then you tried to sell it. It makes two months that you no positive answers. No one wants to meet you to clear the deal. That sucks.

The next day, another businessman call you. You hear the excitement in his voice. That’s clear. He wants to buy. He makes a generous offer. 20% more than what you hoped. You decide to meet him at a restaurant to speak around some dishes.

Happier than ever, you sit at the table and wait for your buyer. Your smile radiate. It’s time. It’s 12AM. Exactly 12AM. The businessman shows up. Grey suit, italian shoes and a suitcase. No doubt, it’s your buyer. He sit at your table, fix you in the eyes and start to tell commodities about the weather.

You are anxious. You don’t know how to follow up the conversation so you come up with the deal. He asks many questions on your business. Hopefully you are the owner so you can answer them all. He feels impressed, he even tell it you. That’s the event you waited your whole life. Big money in a matter of seconds. The voltage is high

You bring the paper on the table, just between the exotic dishes. Just 2 signs and it’s over. You seek for your pen and don’t find it. Hopefully you have 2 of them. You proudly pull it out of your suit. It’s your first pen, it is intact even if it doesn’t look that good. It has many feelings related.

The businessman look successively at you and at the pen. You find him with an air of disgust. He stands up and walks away. Not even a good bye.

What picture do you give with this kind of pen ?

We have what you need to make a great impression. Buy our pen, save your business


5.Answer from Jeff Wiener

You sell the pen by not selling the pen. That's how you sell the pen.

I took a sales course about 10 years ago. I was in a room packed with at least 500 salespeople, all listening to the presenter discuss, in as specific detail as he could, the science of how to sell.

This presenter suggested that he had sales down to a science.


The problem is, sales isn’t a science, it’s an art.

The presenter suggested that in order to sell, you had to follow a series of simple steps, and in the end, when you’re ready to close the sale, you ask the customer the question, “Do you prefer the red car or the black car?”

Most of the salespeople in the room were taking feverish notes. I’m sure they went back to the car dealership (or wherever they worked) and followed, step by very careful step, all of the instructions provided.

I knew, fundamentally, that most of the people in the room who followed the presenter’s drivel would never truly master the art of sales.

So what is the right answer to the challenge, “Sell me the pen”?


You sell the pen by not selling the pen.

Literally, the last thing you do when trying to sell the pen is start by explaining how fantastic the pen is.

So what is the first step to selling the pen?

You first need to understand who your customer, as a person, is. What are their likes and dislikes? What fascinates them? How did they get to the position they are in?

Then, you need to understand their needs, how often they use a pen, what kind of pens they use, whether they use a pen every day or occasionally.

If you do like Belfort suggested in the movie and begin the conversation by “selling the pen,” then you’ve likely lost the sale.

In a sales call, you need to spend more time listening than speaking. That’s why it’s so hard to master the art of sales … because most people like the sound of their own voices, and they feel compelled to sell the customer something. They feel compelled to begin the sale right away.

What you’re selling when you sell the customer the pen is not the pen; it is yourself. And you sell yourself by making yourself likable.

You ask questions, and you listen. You let the customer speak, and you listen some more.


It’s a lot easier to be interested than interesting.

Most people don’t get that.


The ones who do, the people who understand that you don’t just “sell the pen,” but rather that you get to know your customer by being interested in who they are—their wants and desires—those are the ones who master the art of sales.



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Balance is the keyword when you want to have a harmonious body and a weight according to the height, age, and conformation of the body. The image matters to each of us, so we often hear around many people who are concerned about physical appearance and want to give up the pounds gained over time for various reasons. Bemorepanda is here to help you.


Diet is the first word that appears on everyone's lips, but a healthy approach involves in addition to changing the diet, both exercise and the unmissable dose of ambition of a mind determined to achieve the expected results.


An enviable body is obtained with a lot of work, sacrifices on all levels (physical, economic, and mental), and last but not least with specific recommendations from a nutritionist.


Although many people who want to get rid of unwanted weight consider that they have all the information at hand, they forget that it must be adapted and customized after the specialist has a set of analyzes in front of them. Moreover, whether it is weight loss supplements for burning fat, reducing appetite, detoxification products, and anti-cellulite, they should be consumed according to precise instructions and advice from your doctor.


Any weight loss regimen needs a time when the metabolism gets used to the new rhythm and starts working according to the new set parameters. The body must adapt to the lifestyle (because any diet must be assumed and adopted as a lifestyle, at least for a while) and react to external and internal stimuli.


It is a well-known fact that the online environment and not only abounds in diets and weight loss recipes that are more or less interesting or miraculous. But to give you an idea of ​​which diet suits your lifestyle and metabolism, here is a list of the most popular:



1. Diet Rina

2. The Danish Diet

3. Dukan Diet

4. Dissociated Diet

5. The Indian Diet

6. Ketogenic Diet

7. Ballerina Diet

8. The Montignac Diet

9. Japanese diet

10. Lightning Diet



1.The Rina Diet

Created by an American athlete, the Rina diet comes from the family of dissociated diets and is based on the idea that our body processes and metabolizes at a different rate both carbohydrates and proteins and fiber. Therefore, it combines certain types of foods to lose weight and helps improve the metabolic rate.


Dissociated diets promise easier digestion, so the Rina diet successfully falls into this category.



  • The Rina diet lasts 90 days, during which time several cycles of 4 days of the dissociated diet are adopted.
  • The 4 types of foods allowed in the diet are: protein, carbohydrates, starch, and vitamins
  • Every day, 3 essential principles must be observed: purification, ingestion, and digestion (respecting the dissociated menus)
  • Meals are taken at equal intervals, the last meal of the day taking place before 19:00, snacks between meals, sweets, fries, fast and semi-prepared food, and carbonated drinks are excluded.
  • It has been approved by several nutritionists and cardiologists and named as one of the healthiest
  • It is easy to keep in comparison with other diets, it is balanced in terms of nutritional principles, and last but not least, it respects the rules of a healthy lifestyle.
  • The body does not starve, takes in the necessary intake of carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamins, and adipose tissue is significantly reduced


Danish diet

It works according to principles that are based on changing the eating style, it is quite strict for the body, so it is important to know both the benefits and advantages before you start it.



  • It is also known that the diet is also known as a diet that modifies the metabolism and has an effect for 2 years after it has ended (it can be repeated only after 2 years)
  • It lasts 2 weeks, during which time the diet is followed exactly according to the recommended indications
  • The diet consists of reducing carbohydrates and fats in the diet
  • There are 3 meals a day at the same time (09:00 - breakfast, 14:00 - lunch, maximum 18:00 - dinner)
  • The diet allows the external intake of vitamins and minerals to prevent nutrient deficiency
  • It is recommended to consume at least 2-3 liters of water per day
  • Being a rather restrictive and nutrient-poor diet, it weakens the immune system and increases the risk of disease (diseases of the kidneys and digestive tract can occur).
  • Some people may experience drowsiness, lack of concentration, and nervousness


Dukan diet

Invented by the French doctor Pierre Dukan, it is designed in a way that favors the consumption of proteins at the expense of lipids and carbohydrates. We are talking about a protein type diet, but at the same time, it is a low-calorie diet.


In this way, the body is forced to use its fat reserves for the muscles to function.


As such:

  • It is based on a series of principles and 4 important phases (phase 1- attack, phase 2- cruise, phase 3 - consolidation, phase 4 - stabilization)
  • The diet approaches weight loss differently, so it is no longer counting calories, but proteins.
  • It is an effective diet, but it needs a lot of patience and attention following the principles on which it is based
  • The diet excludes fats and carbohydrates but is a diet rich in protein, but in the long run, there can be side effects
  • Because it eliminates many categories of food, the body can reach nutritional deficiencies and even anemia


Dissociated Diet

This diet is one of the most popular and popular weight-loss diets. It works according to an extremely correct principle, namely that: it is not the food that makes you fat, but their combination.



  • The diet works according to principles that involve a diet divided into food groups
  • It is quite easy to follow and very important, it does not involve starvation
  • There are several types of dissociated diet (depending on days, meals, or periods), and each can be approached depending on lifestyle and preferences.
  • There are 3 meals a day (dinner no later than 19:00), no snacks, semi-prepared products, sweets, or fried foods
  • Foods from different groups should NOT be combined
  • Do not drink water during the meal
  • It is forbidden to consume alcohol and caffeine


Indian diet

This diet is a vegetarian one, which besides weight loss also helps to maintain the body in optimal parameters. Besides the fact that this diet is extremely healthy, it is also one of the best known in the world.



  • The diet encourages the consumption of fruits and vegetables, to obtain the necessary vitamins and minerals, without endangering health.
  • Vegetables can be eaten naturally, steamed, grilled, or cooked
  • Fruit juices are allowed after the first week
  • It is the best and indicated method of detoxifying the body (way to eliminate toxins accumulated in the body)
  • The Indian diet also encourages the consumption of foods rich in fiber, respectively water to eliminate toxins regularly.
  • Besides the exceptional energy and tone, the appearance of the skin is extremely healthy and bright



Ketogenic Diet

This diet works according to rule 60/30/10, in which the food consumed must contain: 60% fat, 30% protein, and carbohydrates up to 10%. Following the "lose weight by eating" principle, the keto diet is approached and promoted by performance athletes.


More than that:

  • This diet has two stages: the attack and the maintenance
  • Meat, dairy, and egg proteins, fats from oils and seeds, and carbohydrates from fruits and vegetables are allowed.
  • Because the calorie intake is high, the diet allows and encourages intense physical effort
  • An additional intake of multivitamins and minerals is indicated in the ketogenic diet
  • It is a diet with neuroprotective properties, which improves glucose levels in the body (especially in diabetics), significantly reducing the feeling of hunger.
  • It is forbidden to consume cereals, alcohol, sweets, and salt


Ballerina Diet

It is an extremely restrictive diet that is not recommended for people suffering from anemia or other kidney diseases. Besides ambition and a lot of determination, the ballerina diet is based on good organization, physical exercises, but also a specific diet.


What you need to remember:

  • Before starting the regimen, it is advisable to perform a complete set of analyzes
  • The diet is based on high protein content and as few calories as possible
  • The percentages of food are divided according to the following scheme: 55% carbohydrates, 20% lean meat proteins, and 25% healthy fats
  • For truly remarkable effects, specialists even recommend halving the portions
  • The ballerina diet is kept for a maximum of two weeks a year, and then the body must be maintained with a balanced diet and healthy exercise.
  • Drink water before meals 30 minutes and after meals, one hour apart
  • The consumption of sugar and salt is excluded


Montignac diet

This method is recommended for people who want effective and sustainable results and who understand this approach as one of changing eating habits.


Having French cuisine as a source of inspiration, the Montignac diet is extremely functional if its basic principles are understood and followed:


  • Like other diets, it has two important phases: the first, which involves eating foods with a low glycemic index, and the second, is based on maintaining the results from the initial stage and transforming the principles that gave results in a way of life
  • The diet has two options for combining foods, ideally: proteins and lipids, respectively carbohydrates and fiber
  • Diet encourages the consumption of fruits and vegetables (significant intake of fiber, minerals, and vitamins)
  • Unfortunately, due to limited carbohydrate intake, some people may experience headaches, dizziness, and fatigue.
  • Some experts consider this diet low in calories, so weight loss results are variable


Japanese diet

It is based on rice, does not necessarily require food to be cooked, and besides, it does not pose any health hazard.


Some useful information:

  • The diet is also based on the consumption of fruits, vegetables, and a lot of fish, but the portions must be in small quantities and enjoyed slowly (therefore, in this diet the volume of portions counts and influences the entire course of the weight loss process).
  • It is a simple diet to follow (for 3 days) because it is based on healthy nutrients and low-calorie foods.
  • Because the yo-yo effect (recovery or doubling of lost weight) is very likely, short diets are not extremely well seen by specialists, as such they are not always recommended.
  • Tea consumption is indicated (they fight constipation, detoxify the body, soothe irritated skin and strengthen the immune system)
  • Prohibited foods: fast food, sweets, carbonated drinks, fats, fried foods, bananas, grapes



Lightning Diet

Even if the results appear immediately, this diet is not recommended by specialists.

  • This diet is drastic and involves (3 days) only consumption: water on the first day, fruit the next day, and vegetables on the third day
  • It has a detoxifying action, therefore it helps eliminate excess water and toxins from the body
  • The results are not lasting, causing many repercussions on the body
  • It is forbidden for people with anemia, liver and kidney disease


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