Monday, 20 July 2015

Versatile I am - Yay!

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!
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wards to blogger is what oxygen to life is. It charges one person and motivates to venture into new areas. It becomes more special when friends nominate for such awards.  This is my 2nd versatile Blogger Award. And I dont think that I could ever have enough of them J


“Too much of a good thing can be wonderful!”
-          Mae West

Thanks Geethika for thinking nominating me for this award.

HERE ARE THE RULES:
Display it on your blog
Done :P
Thank the person who nominated you
Hearty THANKS to Geethika J
Share 7 facts about yourself
It’s there below!!!
Nominate up to 15 bloggers             
I am skipping this step because it is terribly difficult to choose a few from many of my favorite blogs J

7 FACTS ABOUT ME!!!
1.      I know 6 languages to speak/read – Tamizh, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Hindi and English. I can also write in all the above languages except Telugu.
2.      I enjoy watching movies alone in theater. I believe that you can never be “alone” in a theater!
3.      I own 36 watches (all branded!). Yes you heard me right. I have an obsession towards watches. My aim is to own a Rolex and Omega before I die! And I am working towards that goal J
4.      I have watched the Tamizh film Alaipayuthe more than 100 times. I know the dialogs by-heart.
5.      I used to hate e-books until Kindle became mine – it transformed my attitude towards reading altogether.
6.      I am scared of dogs and snakes. I am still figuring out why
7.      If God comes in front of me and gives me one boon, I would ask for an older brother.


14 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your award. You deserve it. Finally, glad to see someone using the right pronunciation for Thamizh (instead of Tamil). , You can watch a movie in a theater alone. You visit USA frequently, Right? Brand new Tamizh movies are released from Thursdays to Wednesdays. Mondays to Wednesdays are 2 shows. 5 PM and 8 PM. Go to a 5 PM show on any day Monday to Wednesday. You will be the only one in the entire theater. We always do that. Lastweek Papanasam - we were the only 2 in the theater.

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    1. Thanks a lot SG... I am a "Tamizh pithathan" if i can call myself so!
      Thats interesting to know that there would be very few people to watch Indian movies... It reminded me of the movies that my mother and I used to watch in Salem - only two of us!!!

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  2. Congrats on the award, and such honest answers too. Six languages and 36 watches caught my eye. Best wishes!

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  3. I've watched Alaipayudhe once, and remember thinking it was not such an interesting movie! But I've heard the songs of that movie a countless times. After a decade of not wearing a watch, recently I readied a HMT automatic watch for wearing, but promptly kept it back inside :) I am sure you don't have a HMT -- do you? :P

    Destination Infinity

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    1. I have HMT.. My mother's watch though :)

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  4. 36 watches . . . . . . Wow !!
    6 languages is really a big + for you (I am stuck at 4)
    Agree with you on point # 2

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  5. congrats girl :) :) and really 6 languages omg!!

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  6. Congratulations :)
    Well written post

    Cheers

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