Another nomination, thanks to Nameera. Check her blog out for dark and gritty stuff. (I envy you)


Rules:

  • Create a new post thanking the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
  • Include award graphic.
  • Answer the questions provided.
  • Make a new set of 10 questions for your nominees to answer.
  • Nominate 10 bloggers and share your post with them so they see it.

Q&A:

1.What do you think happens after death?

Energy can neither be created nor destroyed. Whatever energy is left gets dispersed, our body decomposes and becomes food for bugs and bacteria.

2.What’s your favorite sport?

I’m not into sports.

3.What would you say to your 18 year old self? (Considering that you’re above 18, if not then choose whichever age you want to)

Boy! You’re in for a ride!

4.Are you an insomniac? If yes, what keeps you up at night?

I’m not. I sleep and wake up early.

5.Do you think introverts are better thinkers than extroverts?

Nobody is better than anybody. We all have our own thinking and mannerisms, introversion and extroversion are just mere classifications. We all open up to someone close at some point. It’s human nature.

6.How would you prioritise the following (beginning from the thing that tops the list to the one that comes last) : Money – Family – Love – Career – Friends.

The order may vary depending on need and situation.

7.Narrate any incident that you’ll never forget.

One of many:

I fell from my bike at 90kmph and nearly missed hitting the divider. I couldn’t walk for a month but when I look back, I miss those times, the bike rides, halcyon days.

8.What’s your unpopular opinion?

I dread flowers; I despise touching or smelling them.

9.What’s your MBTI personality type? (In case you haven’t taken the test, you can do it here)

ESFP (But most of it doesn’t make sense at all. The type changes everytime I take the test)

10.Define adolescence in one word based on your experience.

Shit.


Nominations:


Questions for you:

The same ones. (because I couldn’t thinks of anything better. You go, Nameera!)

26 thoughts on “Leibster Award

  1. Interesting questions, I must say. 😛
    You know when I was a kid I thought smelling the fragrance of flowers will somehow transfer germs in my nose and I’ll die. So I stayed away from them, admiring from afar.

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