I saw a link somewhere which listed almost 100 interesting questions to ask someone to get to know them better. Honestly, i don’t know if I will remember the answers if I ask someone or if those answers will actually reveal much about the person.
Then I thought, why not pose some weird/interesting (at least to the one who asks the questions)/fun (depending on the answers) and see what kind of answers come up. So here is a list of 10 questions. Would you be so kind to respond to those either in the comments or in a reply blog post ? You can also post your set of 10 weird/fun/random/interesting questions to others and see what kind of answers you get 😉
- Do you remember any of your dreams ? If yes, tell me your weirdest dream!
- Is your second toe longer than the big toe?
- One question you always hate to answer ?
- Your weirdest quirk ?
- Do you nod while answering to someone in the phone instead of saying it out loud ?
- Chocolate or ice cream?
- Have you ever eaten a chalk (the one we use to write on the black boards) ?
- One of the weirdest names you have ever heard ?
- How long can you not blink your eyes ?
- You are playing arm wrestling with a kid (for simplicity , let us say the kid is below 5 years) , will you lose just to make them feel happy ?
…we do celebrate more than being able to believe in something greater than us, we also celebrate being part of a community and its also about sharing, about giving especially to those underprivileged and to show case the talents of a group or an individual. That is what I saw when I went to my friend’s housing community celebrations of Ganesh Chathurthi, yesterday, and this is my first time there even though I have known that they have been doing it for long. It is also probably because she was taking part in an event. I also had the pleasure of witnessing the cute little kids performing and outperforming their parents, be it a dance, or a mimic act, a skit, singing…they had so much variety. To be able to stand there in the stage and perform before the whole group of elders and not to mention strangers, I really appreciate their courage. A lovely evening I should say and Thank Ganesha that the rains stopped when the events were about to start.