to 10 frequently asked questions that I never have the presence of mind to come up with (the answers, not the questions).
So I decided to write them down, Letterman style.
I have no idea how to get your cat down from the tree. I ran public relations for an animal welfare organization, not rescue services.
What can you do for me? For starters, pay my mortgage, get me a BMW… oh, I see. That was a rhetorical question.
Since I grew up in Kolkata with 14,999,999 other people, no, San Francisco doesn’t seem very large to me.
“Curry” is a spice blend, a leaf and South Asian dishes that are made with gravy. Please read up on your definitions before you tell me you “don’t like curry.”
Since I grew up in Kolkata with 14,999,999 other people, no, DC doesn’t seem very large to me.
Your desperation for my Freecycle‘d item has no bearing on who gets it. “First come, first served,” means just that.
If you don’t know which blog(s) I write for, why did you pitch me?
I’d rather not “feel free” to pass your resume around when I don’t know you, if it’s all the same to you. Perhaps you could get to know me first?
Thank you, your English is quite good too. Where did you learn to speak it?
What can I say?
Once in a while I get cranky.
What’s your spice on demand for when you get cranky?
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Some great cranky reads/views, if you’re in the mood:
[…] Shonali Burke inspired me (I know she inspired this post), or perhaps I’m just cranky, too, but this post is devoted to answering the top 10 questions […]
My spice on demand? Well, it’s not any of the Spice Girls. I never get cranky. Not. Ever. And stop implying that I do, loser! Ahhahaaaaa. Funny post. PS. You don’t speak English; you speak British. Hello! And stop trying to FreeCycle your husband- he might notice.
Oh, you made me laugh BIG time with that last one, thank you!
If I speak British, what do you guys speak… Americana?