Get To Know Me – 15 More Qs

18. Do you speak any languages and how well?

A. English, Hindi, Malayalam – Hindi is conversational and not very fluent, Malayalam is fluent but can’t write/read

19. Are you single or taken?

A. Very much single.

20. How long was your longest relationship?

A. 5 years and a few months. That was ages ago.

21. How many siblings do you have?

A. 1 older sister

22. What is your go-to fast food order?

A. Nothing like that. Pepperoni pizza might be my fav though.

23. Do you use a PC or a Mac?

A. PC desktop for work, pc laptop for personal.

24. What is your favorite Netflix show?

A. Too many to mention.

25. Show us your songs tab on Spotify

A. I don’t have a Spotify account

26. What is your favorite ice cream flavor?

A. Oooh. Anything chocolate with some nuts in it.

27. Which is your favorite sports team?

A. Arsenal FC – and in a bit of a crisis at this moment

28. How many countries have you traveled to?

A. 2 – Kuwait & England

29. Have you been to any concerts or Festivals? Which were the most memorable?

A. I’ve been to a few concerts in India. No international artists yet – fav one is Millennium supporting Indus Creed

30. What social media are you addicted to?

A. I seem to prefer Facebook and I am on it a lot. Instagram is a second.

5 Weird Facts From Ukraine

In 1991 a girl was found in Ukraine who had lived with and been raised by dogs for most of her life.

Chernobyl continued generating power until almost 2001, due to an extensive power shortage in the Soviet Union and Ukraine.

A big group of women in the Ukraine have formed a modern amazon tribe called Asgarda. Their goal is to have complete autonomy from men, they train in different martial arts and sciences, and live in the Carpathian Mountains.

In 1989, a small capsule, originally a part of a measurement device, containing highly radioactive caesium-137 was found inside the concrete wall of a Kramatorsk apartment building. By the time the capsule was discovered, 6 residents of the building died from leukemia and 17 more received varying doses of radiation.

There is a network of¬†catacombs under Odessa, Ukraine ‚Äď largely unmapped¬†1,500-mile-long tangle of corridors and rooms. If it were laid out in a straight line, the labyrinth would stretch five times longer than the world‚Äôs second largest catacombs, underneath Paris. In 2005, a girl got lost in the¬†catacombs below Odessa¬†after a drunken New Year‚Äôs Eve party her and her friends had in there.¬†¬†She spent three days wandering in the freezing cold and pitch black before she died of dehydration. They found her¬†two years later.