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So I have been tagged by two people to do the same one! So me tagging few more...Himanshu, Rashmi, Supriya, SSD...

1. What time did you get up this morning?

10:30 AM. not an early riser...

2. How do you like your steak?


3. What was the last film you saw at the cinema?

Harry Potter and the half blood prince

4. What is your favorite TV show?

Grey's Anatomy, Friends

5. If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be?

Mumbai only...

6. What did you have for breakfast?

Err...not a breakfast perosn. Just a glass of Bournvita!

7. What is your favourite cuisine?

Italian, Indian, Chinese. [In that order!]

8. What foods do you dislike?


9. Favourite Place to Eat?

Oven Fresh, Shivaji Park. Pizzeria, Churchgate. Cafe Leopold, Colaba.

11. What kind of vehicle do you drive?

Errr...cannot drive to save my life or rather thank god for me not driving lol!

12. What are your favourite clothes?

Kurtas, jeans. I live in them!

13. Where would you visit if you had the chance?

Greece, Rome...

14. Cup 1/2 empty or 1/2 full?

1/2 full always!

15. Where would you want to retire?

To Kasauli

16. Favorite time of day?


17. Where were you born?


18. What is your favorite sport to watch?

None. I prefer reading!

19. Who do you think will not tag you back?

Himanshu? Err..I will bully him into writing this!

20. Person you expect to tag you back first?

Supriya, Rashmi...

21. Who are you most curious about their responses to this?


22. Bird watcher?


23. Are you a morning person or a night person?

Night jee. Nocturnal Mire!

24. Do you have any pets? is cruel! I want a doggy!

25. Any new and exciting news you’d like to share?

I am hot! Lolz

26. What did you want to be when you were little?

Oh so many things at different times. Fashion designer. Detective. Children's author.

27. What is your best childhood memory?

Hmmmm... reading Enid Blyton books in the lamp!

28. Are you a cat or dog person?

Both...I like them both!

29. Are you married?

Soon...I think!

30. Always wear your seat belt?


31. Been in a car accident?

Does my sis driving us over a pavement count? Otherwise no! Touchwood!

32. Any pet peeves?


33. Favourite Pizza Toppings?


34. Favourite Flower?

None actually. Not much into flowers. Get me a book any day!

35. Favourite ice cream?

Black current!

36. Favourite fast food restaurant?

Hanuman...too many romantic memories there and still counting!

37. How many times did you fail your driver’s test?

None. But I choose not to drive. it's not my cup of tea.

38. From whom did you get your last email?

Ummmm my bf...

39. Which store would you choose to max out your credit card?

Fab India...

40. Do anything spontaneous lately?

Yeah...not telling [big secret]

41. Happy with your job?

Oh complains!

42. Broccoli?

Love it...

43. What was your favorite vacation?

Hmmmm can't no favourites!

44. Last person you went out to dinner with?

My bf...

45. What are you listening to right now?

My mother's instruction to take medicine on time!

46. What is your favorite color?

Purple, red, black and green

47. How many tattoos do you have?


48. How many are you tagging for this quiz?

Say five?

49. In What time did you finish this quiz?

Two days... lolz

50. Coffee Drinker?

Totally addicted!


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