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One word answers

I was tagged fb by Runna. But since I have extremely limited access nowadays - I thought I'd take it to blogville.

1. Where is your cell phone? Hand
2. Your significant other? Beside.
3. Your hair? Vanished
4. Your mother? Loving
5. Your father? Dude
6. Your favorite thing? Gadgets
7. Your dream last night? Oops
8. Your favorite drink? Whiskey
9. Your dream/goal? Omniscient
10. What room you are in? Open
11. Your hobby? Photography
12. Your fear? Myself
13. Where do you want to be in 6 years? Fatherhood
14. Where were you last night? Bed
16. Muffins? Hmmm
17. Wish list item? Filmstar
18. Where you grew up? Mumbai
19. Last thing you did? Type
20. What are you wearing? Formals
21. Your TV? Seinfeld
22. Your pets? None
23. Friends? Pepsi
24. Your life? Derailed
25. Your mood? Angry
26. Missing someone? Yes
27. Car? Ughhh
28. Something you're not wearing? Tie
29. Your favorite store? Landmark
30. Your favorite color? Blue
33. When is the last time you laughed? Today
34. Last time you cried? Saturday
35. One place that I go to over and over? Memory-lane
Best Regards,
Arjun Mahajan

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Aditya said…
nice answers :)

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