Then suddenly this morning, out of the blue, a weasel informs me that I have been nominated in a ‘blogger award’ chainpost.
Completely unexpected, but I am not putting much on my blog these days, so I thought I’d play along, but with my own modifications added to the game.
I would like to thank my fren Queervisitor for nominating me for the Vincent Ehindero Blogger awards!
What are the Vincent Ehindero Blogger awards? – I have not a clue.
Forget about the awards. Let’s just go through the motions. More meaningful that way.
Rules for the award:
- Display the blog award log in your blog. (Won’t)
- Thank the blogger who nominated you and add their blog website. (Heh heh an obligatory Thank You is no Thank You at all)
- Answer the questions they have given you. (This might be worthwhile. The rule doesn’t say ‘truthfully’)
- Nominate 7 to 10 bloggers of your choice and inform them on one of their blog post. (Bad grammar. So I won’t nominate anyone. “I WILL NOT STOP THE WHEEL. I WILL BREAK THE WHEEL!”)
- Ask them 7 questions. (Ask whom? They dead.)
Questions for nominees if they choose to participate: (They won’t. I sed, they ded.)
- How were you inspired to start blogging?
- How to you spend time relaxing? (Really? Really, Nandika? You did not proofread what you copied? ‘How to you’??????)
- What country do you live in?
- What are two of your favorite blogging topics?
- What is your favorite food?
- How often do you blog?
- Are you a great cook?
- It was a mad, intoxicated moment of self-deception when I promised an exotic dancer in a seedy bar in Mos Eisley that I would become a Terran blogger.
- Boiling cabbages.
- Making blood-sausages and peeling onions with your teeth; Death-metal Vikram-yoga.
- Tennesse watermelons.
- Depends on how hard my muse is trying.
- What kind of question is that? Have you no shame?
- ded Shakespeare
- ded Milton
- ded Coleridge
- ded Keats
- ded Tagore
- ded Asimov
- ded Sagan
To all my fellow aiyyars and aiyyaras who love reading my blog – ROFLMAO!!! Let us keep weaving weevils and bugs out of beads and shards together and share our
unique perspectives with each other. Blogging has been a partly fun, partly lame experience thanks to you guys, and every other guy in the world! Sorry, gals, you don’t exist. Patriarchal society, savvy?