I studied so much math and physics over the past 3 days, and I don’t even know who I am at this stage………someone please help me.
Had to open with a joke like this, ’cause my freaking finals are in 2 weeks! *sweating bullets while looking at my fat PCMB textbooks* Don’t worry, everything’s covered. Honestly, 11th Grade this year didn’t even exist; I’m pretty sure 12th Grade’s gonna zip by much quicker. But on the flip side, I had an hour long phone call with my friends, and I made these delicious homemade veggie burgers with my mom, so I guess ish is cool.
Anyways, back to the main point of this post. Shoutout to Ananya Sharma @ Drawing My Fantasies for inspiring me with this wacky idea! If you’ve read her post, then you’ll certainly know that my post has got a similar structure: the only difference being in the target content. Her post mostly concerns Google questions on bloggers: mine is mostly concerned with random questions and statements that are both factual and meme-y. So, if you haven’t checked out her post, then click on the above link and head on over to her blog to do so. Now without further ado, let’s get going!
#1. Why is anime banned in India?
Ans. *record scratches and cue the anime jaw drop*
Me: Tch, if that were to happen, you’d have upset every otaku here in India (myself included). Fear not, fellow otakus! Not all anime is banned here!
Also me: cries in the corner ‘cause I couldn’t find the 1st 2 seasons of Tokyo Ghoul and due to the disappearance of Black Butler.
#2. I accidentally became a meme
Ans. Becoming a meme might be on a meme addict’s bucket list (I guess). Guys, if I ever become a meme at some point, I’ll be sure to ship all of my merch to wherever you’re living: free of charge! So, keep a pre-order list ready in case that ever happens 😂
#3. Don’t you just hate it when Voldemort uses your shampoo?
Ans. Aha, Google understands my meme-y intentions. Thanks a ton for helping me out here! Meanwhile, I’m wondering what parallel universe has a Voldemort who’s survived.
#4. Are there any vampires in India?
Ans. “looks at huge sacks of garlic, flashlights, Baby Shark records, earplugs to protect my sanity, and wooden stakes* Well, at least I came prepared for an apocalypse.
#5. Bloggers are fake
Ans. If my blog’s content were like plastic, don’t you think I would’ve lost all of my credibility and my readers’ trust and respect? The same can be said for my fellow blogger friends out there. In the end, it’s all up to you to identify the fake bloggers/influencers on the Internet. You just know once you see a pattern/trend, but the spotting clues vary from person to person, right?
#6. Why are memes a powerful way to communicate?
Ans. Yes, fellow meme addicts, our time has come. It’s time to show the world why good and funny memes matter. We can do so…….by presenting ppt slides! Buckle up, non memers: it’s gonna be a long night.
Okay, okay. In all seriousness though, memes are a fun and easy way to share certain thoughts/inside jokes. Even though some don’t make any sense or are super cringey, at least they give us a good laugh, right?
#7. Pineapple pizza is a crime
Ans. *in a sheep-ish voice* I’m guilty of liking it. What? I was a little kid obsessed with pizza in Disneyland, Hong Kong. Well, anyone else likes pineapple on pizza? Ok, I’ll show myself out.
#8. Why is fashion so weird?
Ans. To be honest, I don’t freaking know either. Apparently, anything’s trendy these days. Toss a watermelon shell for a hat, wear tinfoil sunglasses, slap on some gift-wrapping paper, and carry a Happy Meal bag as a Kate Spade purse and you’ll be on your way to the red carpet with sponsors from Sephora and Prada.
#9. Why are baby animals so cute?
Ans. Because we have this urge to fawn and gush over them like giggly high schoolers, which makes the adoption process easier. Another fact about SS: she can’t stop gushing over baby animal pics, especially puppies and kittens.
#10. Are whales dumb?
Ans. Humans are dumber than whales cause whales ain’t the ones eating bats as exotic food and spreading a virus around the world. These guys happily roam oceans without a care in the world, and don’t have any complaints about life. Besides, have you seen the size of a blue whale’s or orca’s brain?
#11. Mint chocolate is nasty
Ans. Big yes on this one! Why do y’all gotta ruin chocolate for us chocoholics? Chocolate and toothpaste is a big fat no, just as the case is with Domino’s chocolate pizza and Vegemite Dairy Milk. Now, y’all have further ruined chocolate by adding orange slices, of all things.
#12. Teenagers are just cats
Ans. You have no idea how surprised and amused I was on reading this statement. My reaction to this was, “What? Are you sure you guys see us like this?”. Here’s the full quote, if you guys are curious:
“Having a teenager is like having a cat that only comes out to eat and hisses if you try to pet it”.
Ok, I’m done with this statement, you guys answer this one for me; ’cause I’m already shook-eth. 😂😂
#13. Google is mad
Ans. I spat out my dinner and laughed so hard! Poor laptop screen. Google knows that it’s mad, wow. I mean, have you seen the 2nd page of Google? There are some crazy af suggestions right there, maybe the memes are right. It’s also crazy how Google knows exactly what we’re thinking, but I guess it’s the algorithm of our searches that might’ve made it so. But I have to agree with Google on this one, it is mad.
Anyways, that’s it for the week, and I had so much fun writing this post, not gonna lie. Lemme know which one’s your favourite and tell me your responses to these statements/questions. Until then, fellow readers!
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