After seeing the dramatic results from the Ice Bucket Challenge, Indian journalist Manju Latha Kalanidhi was compelled to start something similar, but with an Indian slant. “I felt like doing something more locally tangible. Rice is a staple here,” Kalanidhi told CNN. “We eat it every day, we can store it for months. Why not donate rice to someone who is hungry?”
Go off x1000000
What is your Steampunk Name ?
chief inspector prudence knightchild
i was going to go for ambrose but lady fanny wraithwaddle is just so beautiful
Sir/Madam Leopold-Henrietta Supperton
I enjoy this
Chief Inspector Henrietta Knightfield
My roommate went and tagged me.
nickname: Mary Leathert
birthday: August 22nd
sexuality: Heterosexual, something else -romantic (trying to figure this out).
height: About 160 cm
time zone: GMT+2 (Helsinki/Tallinn/Athens)
what time and date is it there: 19:01, August 26th 2014
average hours of sleep I get each night: These days 8.
otps: Nothing really come to mind, I’m more of a multishipper. As long as the characters I like are happy, I’m content.
the last thing I googled was: Printer prices
my most used phrase(s): Mryy, njoo, nää, yym
first word that comes to mind: (Difficult to think about this when I’m listening to music with lyrics at the same time). Dergs.
what I last said to a family member: I guess I said bye to my mom when I left her place on Sunday.
one place that makes me happy & why: Place uum, Oxford? You know the city in England. There are just so many pretty buildings and everything is old and cool looking.
how many blankets I sleep under: 1, the same one trough the year
favourite beverage: Flavored black tea with milk
the last movie I watched in the cinema: Guardians of the Galaxy
three things I can’t live without: Internet, my friends (though they are not things as such), a bike (doesn’t have to be the one I currently own, but having one makes life so much easier)
something I plan on learning: applying for real jobs in my field, not just some summer part-time things
a piece of advice for all my followers: You don’t need have your life figured out. Not when you’re 16, not 18, not 20, not 25, not even 50. It’s increasingly more difficult to know what is going to happen to your life in a few years, more less in a decade or two these days when compared to our parents generation. You just have to try and live and enjoy what you’ve got now, instead of constantly worrying about future.
you all have to listen to this song: Let’s go with this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V7EugoweM4 (Cellos <3)
blog(s): I only have this one.
Well that’s an unusual batch of dergs.
and it’s amazing
but wait there’s more
omg and then