There are certain things in life I really want to do once or multiple time , hiking (done) , skiing , surfing or anything else water sports related. Except of my ambitious plans, I have hated something I did and would never do again.
// baking a cake in microwave oven:
My baking experience have always been worse. I intend to act like a Master Chef's winner but alas , it doesn't go the way I want it to go.
I have baked two cakes in my whole life , in microwave because honestly , I can't operate an oven so far. Gotta learn. So those two cakes go as : one was burned , the second one never got cooked.
// Attending a rally :
On earth's day, I attended a rally with Areeba that was organized by the junior branch of my school. Cool , rallies have always appeared "cool" to me. When I reached at avenue , none of my school fellows arrived except of a girl. Burn.
Then , we walked from one branch to another (junior school to high school), in a very ugly hot day. Kids were shouting , Earth day rhymes were being sung and all I cared about the distance left to reach my school.
Unfortunately , there were security and camera men with the rally and I must appear as a red-face and hurrying girl .
|this is how I looked in the very middle of rally. MESSY!!!|
// attaching two live wires :
This is probably the most dangerous thing i have ever done in my WHOLE life. The electricity and I , are like two negative poles. I am even cautious while pressing a switch .
I remember what EXACTLY happened. I was doing an experiment, something Physics related. It was supposed to connect some wires. Neutral and live one. Without even realizing , I was just going to connect the live ones , together. It didn't get in and somebody shouted behind me to stop.
Unless , I guess there would be a blast or something. And people would write R.I.P with my name.
Is it something you DO NOT want to do again?
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Q1: What is your dream career?
My dream career would be to be an actress. Specifically in musicals, but really any kind of acting. Film, TV, stage... Anything. I'm a show girl at heart. I figured out the other day, I have been doing shows (dance shows, concerts, musicals etc) since the age of 4. Which makes a total of almost 16 years! The only reason I chose not to do musical theatre at uni was because I didn't want to end up hating it from doing it so much for such a long period of time. But really, I want to be on that stage... All the time...
Q2: Scotland is beautiful . Is there any city everyone should visit when they come to Scotland?
I may be biased, but everyone should visit Edinburgh. I think it's the most beautiful city in Scotland. There's such an incredible mixture of old architecture and new, of wide green spaces and buildings, of historic places and new coffee shops... I love it so much. And if there's one place you should go in Edinburgh, it's the top of Arthur's Seat. From there you can see just about the whole of Edinburgh - from the Pentland Hills to the Firth of Forth.
Q3: What's the best piece of advice you've ever received?
I actually found this quite a difficult question... There are so many fabulous things I've been told. But I guess the best one would have to be "smile, even when no one's looking". I find it incredibly easy to put on a front. I guess that's the actress in me. But it's very difficult to keep up when no one else is there. I do find, however, when I do manage it, I actually make myself feel happier simply by acting like it!
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