I’m a unique blogger!!

I’m so happy to be nominated for this award! The third on my mantelpiece. I thank my dear friend Superwifeandmummy so much for enjoying my dummy blog. I don’t feel that Novus Lectio deserves it but I’m…WAAOUUU HURRAYYYY!!! Thank you Sis. You should check out her blog, she is amazing and great poet.

So here are the rules closely followed by Superwifeandmummy’s questions.

Rules:

1. Share the link with, the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you.

2. Answer the questions.

3. In the spirit of sharing love with our blogging family, nominate 15 people and notify them. (Unfortunately I haven’t got 15 followers with which I wish to share this award)

4. Ask them three questions.

Questions.

1. What would you describe as a perfect moment?

I’m at peace with myself, no chores to do. I’m able to do whatever pleases me, such as to read a great book with a mug of coffee or tea by my side.

2. What general term do you feel is overrated?

It must be a word: Jalebi. (Actually it’s an orange Indian sweet) What kind of word is that?? That’s not a word, it’s monster called JA wearing something called lebi. It can’t be the name of a sweet. It’s not sweet at all it’s sour.

3. Describe the person you aim to be in five sentences or fewer.

A beautiful, generous, careful and cautious person if I had the chance to be one. But unfortunately I’m none of those, most of all the first and the last.

The questions:

1. What would you describe as a perfect moment?

2. What would you call yourself if you could change your name?

3. If you could travel through time, in which year would you travel & why?

My Nominees :

Himanshi Shukla

Plantsandbeyond

Nusrath Sariffo’deen

rationalisingtheuniverse

Anne Oblivion

Author: Novus Lectio

You'll never know what you'll read next. Random lecture is what is all about but one thing is for sure, it's by the same author who wrote The Theory of Fate and Who Went Out of Africa

9 thoughts on “I’m a unique blogger!!”

  1. Excellent! Love your answers. Never heard of Jalebi but I’ll be Googling this monster ASAP.
    Thank you for such amazing things you said about me ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜ถ
    And trust me, your blog is faaaar from dumb.
    You’re welcome, love. Glad to do it and I enjoy reading you when you’re being funny! ๐Ÿ˜‚
    Xxx

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  2. 1. The โ€œoverratedโ€ word Jalebi doesnโ€™t have its origin rooted in India.
    2. It is quite sweet, maybe you didnโ€™t have it right. I hope one of the halwayis out there serve you well and change this fact.
    3. Having said all that, I am no fan of jalebi myself.
    Also do feel free to have a look at my blog in your spare time. https://allinorallout.wordpress.com

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  3. Sorry but you’ve got a wrong notion of Jalebi. How can you criticize it without tasting it? And what’s up with the name of the sweet. Although it was brought to India by Turks and has several other names, which you may even find funnier, but the fact remains that you should not have insulted food like this!
    It’s one of the best sweets and unlike those traditional ones, you have to eat it with yoghurt. If you do get a chance, have it. Probably that would change your mindset…. And it’s really sweet not sour.
    Thanks for the nomination ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. I’m sorry but I meant that the name is “sour” I don’t find it suitable for a sweet. Actually I’ve tasted it, it is a good sweet but with a horrible name according to me. In Tunisia they have the same sweet called “Zlebia” it tastes a little different though.
      I’m sorry if I’ve offended you. And I didn’t know that we could it with yogurt

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      1. If you get a chance to come to India, especially the North India, do taste it. It is eaten with great charm when it’s hot and freshly prepared along with chilled yoghurt and it tastes awesome ๐Ÿ‘Œ
        Well we can do nothing about it’s name!

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