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What fun stuff do you do with your friends? (post 6)


 All good friends have a favourite thing they do. It's their thing.

Ayan and his friend quote random movie dialogues to each other. One who fails to guess the name of the movie gets beer for the other.

What fun stuff do YOU do with your close friends? Tell me in comments, I would love to know.

And I'l be back ;-)
(which movie?) :)
Guess the name of the movie correctly and I will pick one person and send them a handmade card. :)



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  1. The name of the movie is Ae Dil hai muskil

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  2. When we meet we all talk about each other's issues and problems during the day or week and give it a fictional and funny twist through creative thinking which generates lots of laughter. When we leave we leave with a lighter and happy mind :-)

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  3. Hello mam.
    I really love your writing and regularly wait for your blogposts. Keep writing :)

    P.s
    The dialogue is from the movie TERMINATOR

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  4. We chill normally with a coffee and discussions on the surroundings. Way way weird discussions and sometimes yes: ‘lagi 50 ki’ ;)

    Arnold’s famous: I’l be back from The Terminator
    #Waiting for 11th Nov. Pre-Ordered..!!!

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  5. The Terminator Mam!
    But I haven't pre-ordered the book.

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  6. Preethi madam,
    My guess for Movie name is Thalapathy. Tamil movie.

    Fun stuff I do with my friend :
    We take one map. And one person will tell a city name. Another need to identify that name in map. We used to play this in 90's. Also we will play cricket and wrestling card game.
    I love reading your books. I have completed your 4 books. Best one is the one you cannot have.
    I ahve already pre-ordered hundred little flames. Waiting.

    Best wishes to you

    Regards,
    Narayanan KV
    Chennai

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  7. I'll be back. ... "I'll be back" said Arnold Schwarzenegger,from the 1984 science fiction film The Terminator.

    As curious listeners at your book launch "It's all in the planets" at Crossword, Mithakali Road (Ahmedabad), we amdavadis request you to be back here for #AHundredLittleFlames

    As friends the funny thing we do in our college gang WhatsApp group is to keep poking each other even after 25 years of college.

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  8. Hi Preeti. Whenever I meet my friends, we normally go out for lunch or a coffee. Sometimes we may visit a pub and chill out for hours. Spending time with friends is therapy for me because I can relax and be myself without having to worry about my usual routine. As far as the movie is concerned which you asked about, I am a big blank. But hope to know the answer soon!

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