[1] If I go to sleep at 1 AM, what should I tell to myself?
( a ) Good morning.
( b ) Good night.

[2] If a 7:15 bus comes at 7:45, what is more probable?
( a ) The 7:15 bus is late by 30 minutes.
( b ) The 7:15 bus is lost somewhere and the 7:45 one has arrived on time

[3] On the way back to home from work, I am extremely hungry. I plan to pick some biscuits from the convenience store which is just round the corner. I find the store guys have closed and put up a ‘for sale’ sign. What to feel bad about first?
( a ) The very genial and friendly shopkeeper who let me off every single time when I was short of money
( b ) My rumbling stomach

[4] The pressure cooker refused to let of the steam all of a sudden. I could not even hear a single whistle. What could be the reason?
( a ) It was preparing itself for a journey to the kabaadiwallah
( b ) One ghost possessed the cooker and was testing me when will I switch off the gas stove.

[5] One family wedding has to be attended on Thursday and Friday. Tickets are booked and leaves are approved. What should I be more happy about?
( a ) The week ends on Wednesday.
( b ) The wedding food.

[6] Skype calls are made weekly to the elderly relative who has joined her son on his official visit to the Queen’s Land since 2 weeks. Guess what happens more amongst the elder folks during the video calling sessions.
( a ) Each side giggles a lot seeing how the other side looks in the computer screen
( b ) “Whats the time and weather there” is the most frequently asked question.


Leibster’s eleven

ZM from My Cooking Adventures and Techie2Mom tagged me along with a bunch of awesome bloggers here to answer few questions, also awarding us the Leibster award. Ever enthusiastic and always ready to help, she was the one who cleared all my doubts related to microwave baking( I am never gonna leave bugging you though :mrgreen: )

( 1 ) What do you cook when suddenly some guests appear at your doorstep?
Open fridge.

Is the dosa batter box in there? Yes. Does it have enough batter? Yes. Make dosa and coconut chutney.

No batter or not enough to feed all?

Close fridge.

Check the potato basket. Does it have potatoes? Yes. Make aloo parathas.

No potatoes? Make tea and make rava kesari.

(2) How do you like to celebrate your birthday?
Get surprises all day long.

(3)Your favorite book?
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

(4) What are the qualities that you admire the most in people?
Humorous. Open-minded. I especially like the ones who bring life into the gathering or party.

(5) How did you meet your spouse?
Technically, I heard him first. That happened due to a phone call.

(6) Do you plan for future? If yes, then what do you see yourself doing in after 20 years.
My plans for next week only don’t materialize and you are asking the scene after 20 years!!

(7) What do you like the most about yourself?
I like two things the most – first is my will power, second is I always see the good out of bad.

(8) What do you like the most about your spouse?
Again two things here  – his way to manage any kind of crisis and a calm and practical solution to what-the-hell-do-I-do-now kind of situation. Second is his humor quotient.

(9) Would you like to change something about your life? If yes, then what’s it.
I wish I had the experience of living in a hostel.

(10) Do you easily get angry or are you one of those saints? Whats your trick to keeping a calm mind
Oh I am the grandmother of all the peaceful saints. I always see myself in the shoes of the person trying to make me angry. And seeing the opposite person’s point of view makes me realise how much he/she needs a head massage and a good sleep actually.

(11) what is your favourite comfort food?
Steaming hot rice, dal tadka and aloo fry or bhindi masala(whichever is available, if neither – mango pickle).



Dear ZM, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for this year’s first interrogation :mrgreen: 😈