- What do you usually do in your spare time?
In my spare time I love to cook. I wouldn’t call myself a master, but my mother has taught me a thing or two. I’m always looking for new recipes and new techniques to try out, which is so easy to do these days thanks to the Internet. I really like keeping my family guessing what the next masterpiece—or disaster—will be. Last time I cooked bung-fry and I loved the way they tucked their fingers into the mouth.
- Do you prefer to stay alone or with your friends?
Basically, it depends on my situation. Sometimes it’s better to be alone having so many issues, work, school, parents, friends, etc. Just refresh my mind and fix everything in my head. At other times, in terms of maybe in a state of depression, I need to be within people so that I can take my mind of things because when I am alone, I have negative thoughts that might harm.
- What do you usually do on weekends and weekdays?
My weekends are an important time to unplug from the day-to-day and get on with my family members. Even if I’m on the road on a Friday and have to be back in that same city the following week, I always come home no matter what. And most of the time we go for a night-out and play cards with wine and dine.
- What do you usually do when you go out?
- What do you usually do with your friends?
We meet once a week, on Friday evening. We start with the last week’s glimpse, we listen, we share, we cruise thro politics, sports, recession, cinema, girlfriends if any, lady-neighbor and what not for 2-3 hours. We share snacks, take tea in earthen pots and we debate, sing, gossip, fight. But after the scheduled hour, our mind become heavy & we wait for next 7th day.
In my opinion, good hobbies are those ones that give you the opportunity to develop a new skill. For example, collecting stamps teaches you to be systematic. Bad hobbies on the other hand may result in you acquiring bad habits. For example, TV and computer games will result in you neglecting your studies.