… and therefore we blogged. Episode 4
Picking up where we left off, here we are starting off with a Monday!
Karthik and Sai compete…. Part 2
We have 12 people on the side of Cold Pizzas, and 62 favouring Hot pizzas.
This week we have the two champions representing these two sides. “Sonya Blade” will be fighting on the side of Fire and hot Pizzas, while “Ermac” fights for Ice-cold Pizzas!
Name: Sonya Blade | Fights for: HOT PIZZA
Sonya Blade, First of her name, DwellerofEarthrealm, Keeper of peace, Stylish shades and guns.
Name: Ermac | Fights for: COLD PIZZA
Ermac, First of his name, Master of Telekinesis, Dweller of Outworld, Keeper of Souls.
May the Gods decide the temperature of your next Pizza! May the fight begin!
Warning: Graphic NSFW visual digital content below.
As the gods have suggested let’s embrace cold pizzas, and may the 12 soldiers representing Cold pizzas take down the 62 strong unit that favoured fire, over a Meme showdown!
I was with Sai on the pizza bit till I found the mother of all pizzas. If you could quadruple the amount of meat, cheese and all the good things which usually go in a pizza would you even worry about it being eat hot or cold. I don’t see one of these marvelous creations lasting more than a minute in front of the IndiBlogger team. I vote for Nanny to make one of these beauties.
Recipe here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/alvinzhou/pizza-bowl?utm_term=.gtekPPz6b#.amJQllvDk
That Special Place!
Of all the places I have been to, there is this one place which has a special place in my heart. I’ve always wanted to explore it and finally in December 2015 my wish came true when I was on a bike ride to explore South India. A small town in Kerala called as Mahe (Mayyazhe in Malayalam) is that special place.
The moment I entered Mahe, there was a pure and ecstatic joy in my heart. Every time I try to describe how I felt being there, I struggle. There was a sense of belonging and I could feel my mind and heart establishing a connection with that place. But apart from why this place called Mahe in Kerala has a lot of significance for me, let me share some interesting facts about this small place.
Mahe is a small town on the banks of Mahe River which flows into the Arabian Sea. It has a distinctive feature of being in Kerala and falling under the governance of the Pondicherry. This place has a unique charm of its own. The town is extremely serene except the market area. From the French colonial architecture to the confluence of the Mahe River and Arabian Sea, this place has a French flavour and a lot of special feel to it!
Mahe is one of those places where I would love to settle down one day and just spend the latter half of my life in complete tranquillity. I have a special place in my heart for Mahe and always will!
Do let me know if you have any such special places!
If you focus on the lack of something, the void will grow. If you focus on what exists, its beauty will grow. If you focus on the moment by being aware, you will grow.
Community speak: New Blogs on IB!
Read all about Kavi Manik Kumar’s blog on http://www.promotraveller.com. He also takes you through some budget friendly holidays and how to travel for free.
You can drool over her blog on http://sugarspicenice.in.
Another blogger joining us this week is Christy Bharath from https://verseherder.wordpress.
There are more interesting new bloggers joining us this week. Do check them out on the Indiblogger Dashboard.
Saurabh empathizes with Nihal…
…. and with this, we start off on another power-packed week! Stay tuned for what more with IB.