tagged by aklant to list atleast six weird things about me, i’ve been scratching my head for the past one week or so. the world outside seemed full of weirdos & strangely there was nothing weird enough in me…
but i persevered and these are what i found. i respect my friends’ discretion enough to invite them to add to this list.
- often forget the difference between yesterday & tommorrow.
- can’t eat without distracting myself from the actual eating process.
- can’t walk in a straight line. zigzag works best for me.
- sing old hindi songs when ‘m really blue. lata, rafi, mukesh & kishore are the favourites.
- religiously go through every packaging instruction and mandatories.
- ‘m too bad with locks. even if i’ve locked the lock properly, and i know it perfectly well, my whole day will be spent in dread of what if…
- love water, but ‘m very much scared of any natural water body. something within tells me there is some crocodile/octopus/shark hidden below that’ll grab my leg and pull me down.
- i sign blog comments putting the ‘word verification letters’ before my name.
- being french cut/hagrid/dee’s friend ‘m fully qualified for any weirdness award.
and this can continue, provided i think hard and scratch more of my head.
and next, ‘m tagging jess, starry nights, meet_me, apsy, peenuts & dumbfunk.
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