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TOUCH Thursday No.4 (and results!)

Hi there,

So here are the results of TOUCH  (The One You Cannot Have) Thursday Number 3. If you are new to this blog, check out THIS post which tells you all about Touch Thursdays.

The winning entry which gets the TOUCH mug is

written by Megha Sinha

Hearty congrats Megha! please send me your email id and Westland will get in touch with you.

The other entry which got a special mention (as it came very close to winning)  is

written by Geevika Bhatia.

All the others scored more or less the same marks.

One of the things that the judges (from Westland) observed is that nobody had anything new to say other than trust and unconditional love.(which is what are the foundations of any loving relationship--so I guess all of you were bang on there).

One of the things I observed this time, was that very few men took part. :) I wonder why :)

 In case anyone wants to read what I wrote (some time back) on 5 things women want from men, check out this post of mine.

Anyway, here is the writing prompt for Touch Thursday Number 4. 

Describe your idea of a perfect date. (Who would you date?  You can give a fictional name if you don't want to use the real name. What would you do? How will you make it special? How would it end?)

Go on--let your imaginations run. You can date ANYONE. (yeah, any of these men or any of these women  depending on your sexual orientation ;-)  You can even date your ex.  Or soon to be ex or yet to be Mr. or Ms. Right. You can date a politician or an altruist or a space alien or a character from a  book. ANYONE!)

 Write as much as you want. Or as little as you want.

But write a post that makes us all go awwww and believe in love :)

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 Winners will be announced  next Thursday.

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Good luck and I am waiting to read your description of the perfect date!

psst: A confession--this prompt is making me want to write my idea of a perfect date!

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  1. Thank You Preeti.. :) :)

  2. Thank you so much Preeti, this special mention is no less than winning the prompt to me :)

  3. Hey Preeti, it's a very nice prompt and sounds exciting. The reason I didn't is that I am out of India right now and if I win the mug, it would be difficult for you to send the goodie. But, I enjoy reading the prompt:)

  4. Posted for TOUCH no 4. thank you Preeti for the fun prompt. I enjoyed being on that dream date. :)

  5. Posted and Loved it!!! :)

  6. A very interesting prompt Preeti :)
    Heres my link:

  7. Posted !!

  8. Hi preeti.. i have posted twice wrongly..please consider my 11th entry. My link for this prompt is here again:

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  11. I just realized, change in blog address. Udated correct link.

  12. Ma'am i have just send you the mail regarding my comment on touch -4 because i was enable to post it on your blog because of words limit ,so kindly forward my entry to westland.


  13. Hello Mam, I have posted my entry at -


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