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Weird Questions Meme. Blog marathon post 5.

It's been quite a while since I did memes on my blog. So for today's post,  I thought I would do one  from Sunday Stealing as today is a Sunday. Besides, the questions also are different from the ones I usually get in my Interviews :) (I get tired of answering the same questions over and over! "How did you get into writing?" "Where do you get your inspiration from" "How do you manage doing so many things." "What are your future plans" "What is your book about" etc etc)

Here goes the weird questions meme  from Sunday stealing:


What is your ring size?
I have no idea! I wear three rings though. One belongs to my dad (hence a Man's ring) and one is a diamond one gifted by Satish, and the third is a kind of a stone.

How often do you wear jewelry?  
Every day mostly. But on some days, I don't.


When was the last time you consumed alcohol?  
Last evening. (and no it wasn't Vodka.).


Any big plans for the summer?  
 Summer is still a year away.


What is your favorite comfort food?  
Curd rice! I can eat it anytime.


Do you prefer broccoli or asparagus?  
 Broccoli please.



What color are your bedroom walls?  
 Pale Cream  and they have some absolutely marvelous paintings by Niall Young.

With whom do you live?  
Family..Husband, kids, dog and a guinea pig :)

Which Star Wars movie is your favorite?

I hate Star wars.

How about Harry Potter?  
 I hate Harry Potter too.

What was the last movie you saw in theaters?  
yeh jawaani hai deewani

Did you get the popcorn or candy?
Pop-corn.  I hate candy. (just realised that i seem to hate most things most people like- for instance, Star-wars, Harry Potter and Candy)

What is the most romantic text in your inbox?  
 Do people text anymore? They use only whatsapp and chaton and bbm, I thought. I don't know about 'most romantic text'  but I did get a marriage proposal on FB recently. I laughed my head off.

Have you ever played miniature golf on a date?  
Never even played normal golf. last time I played Golf was on a video game.

What’s a phrase you overuse?  
'Lissssen..you aren't listening' is something I use often which reveals a lot about how much my family actually listens when I say something. No wonder I write so many books. At least my readers listen to me. heh heh :D


Do you always use good grammar?

Only when I am writing something. In messages I use words like ain't and coz and U.

Do you have an accent or a speech impediment?  

Wrote a whole post on Accents here

What did you eat today?  

 Upma for breakfast , pav-bhaji for lunch and Chinese for dinner. I made the breakfast and dinner. Ate out for the afternoon meal.



What do you do at work?  
I dream and imagine stuff.

Do you know the rules to any sports?
I should think so. I played basketball at National level many years back. Unless of course they have changed the rules since my time. heh heh :D

Do you prefer to watch or play sports?  
Definitely play.

What is your favorite kind of hat to wear?  
If I had to wear a hat, it would be a cowboy hat.

Do you pray?  
Yes. Mostly Every day.


To whom do you pray?  
To the Universe, to the higher powers, to Lord Vishnu, To Infant Jesus, To Goddess at Chottanikara temple in Kerala, to my dad.

What is the closest mountain to your house?  

Doddabeta Mountain (8650 feet) ,which is about 197 kms from Bangalore, which is where I now live.


What size engine is in your vehicle?  
 2ZR-FE, Gasoline, 4 cylinder inline.16 Valve, DOHC, Dual VVT-i(Dual Variable) 1798 cm³ (cc)
(Oh how I love google :D )

What do you need to do tomorrow?
 Need to  walk, exercise, write, create, cook, read and try to be more happy.

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Comments

  1. Enjoyed reading this Preeti. I'm happy to hear that there are others who don't like Harry Potter. I've never ever completed even one from the series.
    Susan

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  2. Woah!!! So much information to digest in one go!!! :D

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  3. you wear a ring that's supposed to calm you! Do you really believe in it or did someone request you to wear it for their benefit. Heh heh:) And I thought you had two guinea pigs.

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  4. Yeah exactly sparkle and snowy!!! what happened??

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  5. I sometime feel,after reading all your post and book.. I know everything about you( that a fan should know :-P ) .. But then you manage to surprise me everytime. :-) .. Its always nice to know about you. Undoubtedly a different set of question. I am sure next time someone interviews you.. They will sure get some inspiration from here:-)

    loved all your answer..

    Regards,
    Nitu

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  6. Sparkle passed away peacefully in his sleep. RIP sparkle. Snowy is as active as ever.

    @Hanni: No--the ring was suggested by someone who has an awesome and a well-paying job, at an MNC. Astrology is his hobby and he is extremely good at it. He did not charge a single paisa--and hence the possiblity of 'fraud' for his benefit is ruled out completely--and yes, the ring has helped a lot.

    @Nitu: Awww..Thanks and hugs.

    @Ariel: :) Welcome to the club :)

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    1. Oh Preeti. I think I wasn't clear in my last comment. I'm sorry about that. I never meant 'someone' suggested it to you to you for 'money'. What I intended to say was a little sarcastic! :) you've mentioned that you can get angry badly, so I teased asking if ur close ones suggested you wear it:) I hope there isn't anything rude in this comment, coz nothing was intended. Its just a casual comment.

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  7. Hi Preeti!!,
    Good to know about you!!!
    It's been really great!!!!
    One thing I don't understand!
    Why are you constantly hating Hollywood movies??
    Why was that????


    Regards,
    Prabhu...

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    1. That's not true. In fact I detest most Hindi movies and love Hollywood. Starwars and Potter seem to be the exception.

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  8. Nice cute confessions there preeti!

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  9. Could you elaborate on why you hate Harry Potter, please?

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  10. Very nice confession mam.loved to read all.take care have nice day

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  11. Oh! funny and cunning answers..love all them..btw noone listens to mother or wife unless they are in some grave danger..so Lisssseennn...:)

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  13. Curd rice is such a comfort food. I am eating that right now.

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  14. ma'am, i loved that interview. it had totally unexpected questions. and each of your answer brought a bright smile on my face. reading your written stuff always makes my day. i can't explain to my parents and my brother that why am i smiling so much. actually i don't access internet regularly. whenever i get free time, i just go through all of your posts and updates together. and i end up having spend more time than planned reading your blog. just love you ma'am... :)

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  15. Loved reading this !! :D

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  16. Do you hate Harry Potter movies alone or the books too?

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