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20 random questions--just for fun.

It's been ages and ages since I did a 'just for fun' meme post. So I decided to do one today. Something that did not need heavy thought, something that was fun and something that I would enjoy doing.
So here are Random Twenty Questions from Sunday Stealing.


You are most welcome to do them too and leave your links in the Sunday Stealing post.


1. Last time you had butterflies in your stomach?
I guess it was a long long time ago. Now I only have stress. No butterflies. Butterflies think the garden is a better place, compared to my tummy and have long deserted me.

2. What was your last alcoholic beverage?
Whiskey.

3. Who can you trust?
Undoubtedly this man:


4. Where was your first kiss with your current significant other?
Mumbai Airport :)

5. Favorite Band?
U2, Pink Floyd and some of GNR, some of Metallica,some of REM, Mumford and sons, Steve Hacket.

6. What is something you've learned about yourself recently?
That even when I think I cannot go on, I really can.

7. Do you like anyone?
Ha ha...I love everyone!

8. Do you know anyone who is engaged?
 Engaged in what? ;)
9. What's your favorite number?

This:




10. Who was the last person to make you cry?
I guess it was a film director :)

11. Did you ever go to camp as a kid?
 Many. Had got selected for several basketball coaching camps at national level and attended all.

12. When was the last time you cried? 
A few days back.


13. What is one thing you miss about your past? 
My dad.


14. What is one thing you've learned about life?
That no matter what, it goes on.

15. Are you jealous of anyone? 
I guess I am jealous of people who can take off to any place they want whenever they like, without any responsibility, worry or care. To be honest, I am not jealous of them either---as everything has a price! It all depends on how hard you are willing to work to pay that price.


16. Is anyone jealous of you?
I guess many are!


17. Has a friend ever used you?Friends have suddenly stopped talking, yes. But I have never felt used.


18. Has anyone recently told you that they like you more than as a friend?
How recent is recent? ;)


19. Who was the last person you drove with? 
 My son! (and I say it with pride)


20. What are you looking forward to?
Tomorrow! :) yay! (As I go on a short vacation)

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Comments

  1. Interesting... Makes me want to write something like this! :)

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  2. Nice..n ya I m reading "the one you cannot have".I hv finished it half n I AM LOVING IT.

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  3. Nice..n ya I m reading "the one you cannot have".I hv finished it half n I AM LOVING IT.

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  4. Already read all your books. Liked them all. Thank you for your scribes.:)

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  5. That was a fun post! :)

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  6. I simply love your style of writing & your humble personality.Well read all your books :-)

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  7. I read ur books.. n like them... I read THE SECRET WISH LIST and THE ONE YOU CANNOT HAVE. .. I love both the books.... searching for another book of urs..

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  8. Read ur books.....THE SECRET WISH LIST and THE ONE YOU CANNOT HAVE. .... both r awesome. Now searching for another book of urs to start with.....

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