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The Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award

Hey Pals!! I am extremely happy to announce that I have been nominated for The Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award by Esdi @ Esdi Blogs. Thank you so much for the nomination Esdi. She has a wonderful site with loads of bookish as well as other fun content, don’t forget to check it out πŸ˜‰. As for the award, let us begin


The Rules:

  • Thank the person that nominated you with a link to their blog.
  • Make a post of the award (with photo).
  • Post the rules.
  • Ask 5-10 questions of your choice.
  • Nominate 10-30 other bloggers (or more) and notify them.
  • Follow Vincent Ehindero to qualify for a free blog promotion, shoutout and more blogging opportunities.

Answers to Esdi’s Questions:

1: How much does this award mean to you?

A lot! I have been nominated for several awards on WordPress but I always thought that the Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award was something really special because I really appreciate Vincent. I love his blogs, always make me laugh, and his genuine love for all other bloggers is truly fantastic. So yeah, this award means a lot to me.


2: What is the one word that defines your blog?

At least that is what I think. My fellow bloggers would probably have different views on it but I have fun writing my posts and reading them later on so that’s what I decided to go with.


3: In what ways should an ideal blogger inspire his/her followers?

I definitely think that interacting and being friendly with the people who read your posts should be something that every blogger should practice. At least I tend to be more interested in such people because I find them good-natured.


4: What is your secret to gaining followers?

I believe that I have quite a good number of people who follow me, and I am so thankful to them all 😍, I guess it was all a matter of interacting and exploring WordPress that led me to this point.


5: What are your blogging goes for the near future?

Just publishing all the tags and awards I have been nominated for, I guess πŸ˜‚.


6: What will you miss after the pandemic ends?

Yes, I’ll miss my Di. My sister works in Mumbai and she has come to stay with us in this pandemic. So I have gotten so used to her presence that life without her will now be really dull and unimaginable 😒.


7:  Name of country you want to visit.

Greece!! Oh, and North Korea (I know that sounds crazy)!


8: What is your favourite subject in school?

Library 😁!

Oh wait, that’s not a subject, that’s a period, right 😜?

So then, my favourite subject in school will be English Literature. I love English and I love reading stories because they are really interesting and always teach me new words. And okay, I have to admit that I feel that this subject is the easiest of all 🀭.


I Nominate (no pressure at all):

  1. Anushka @ Anushka Stories πŸ’‘
  2. Moksha Di @ Happy Panda πŸ˜„
  3. Cherelle @ A Bolt Out of the Book ⚑
  4. Riddhi @ Whispering Stories ✌🏻
  5. Naemi @ A Book Owl’s Corner πŸ¦‡
  6. Ashmita @ The Fictional Journal 🌝
  7. Pannaga @ Just Dreamland 🌈
  8. Evin @ A Curly Sue’s Ramblings πŸ¦„
  9. Jheel @ crazypotterhead! ✨
  10. Silver Stone @ The Bored Side of the Phone 😁
  11. Ahaana @Windows to Worlds 🌏
  12. Akriti @ Recipe Of Life 🌱
  13. Sadje @ Keep It Alive πŸ–Š
  14. You!! If you want to participate in this award, I nominate you πŸ˜€.

I badly wish that I can tag more people, but I have to study 😞. So, please consider yourself tagged if I was unable to mention you.


Questions for my nominees:

  1. How much does blogging mean to you and how much joy do you get in it?
  2. Have you ever actually been caught doing something wrong in school?
  3. What quote keeps you motivated during harsh times?
  4. What is a dream you had when you were a child?
  5. Sweet or spicy?
  6. How will you define “COVID-19”?
  7. In your opinion, what came first, the chicken or the egg?

What do you think came first? Chicken or egg πŸ€”? Let me know in the comments πŸ˜€.

Author:

Welcome to my site where I talk about all things bookish and from time to time, put my writing skills to test.

89 thoughts on “The Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award

  1. Congrats Nehal!!!!!!
    Ok! If we look at your sentence What do you think came first? Chicken or egg πŸ€”?Then The Chicken came first!🀣 Ok I don’t know from where did I get this craaazzyyy logic!🀣

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  2. As a vegetarian I say – let’s leave the chicken and egg alone. πŸ˜›

    Congratulations on the award! ❀️

    I’d love to visit North Korea if I can find someone like Captain Ri Jeong-Hyeok! (Crash Landing On you reference!!) 😍😍

    I loved Library and English Literature too. I’d beg my friends for their library cards to checkout multiple books at once. πŸ™ˆ

    Thank you for the nomination! I’ll definitely take part. I haven’t responded to an award tag in forever – IDK how I’m THIS lazy, I keep saving them for later and then it gets too late to respond. πŸ™ˆ

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    1. As a vegetarian, I agree to leave the chicken and egg alone πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      i know right!! Like I read a book about North Korea, and despite of its terrible governance, I would really like to visit it lol.
      Omg, I think I have actually done that. My teacher knew I loved books so much so there was this one time when I forgot to bring my library card, and everybody was issuing books, and she was like: Nehal, why are u not taking a book, and I told her i didnt have the card, and….she let me issue without it lmaooo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.
      No problem Di. I totally understand btw, i hmyself have got so many sunshine blogger award drafts, but never published, and now it feels too late, god save us πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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      1. Hahaha there’s a Korean Show – Crash Landing on You – in the show Captain Ri is THE perfect guy and he’s an army captain in North Korea. 😍

        But other than that also – I’m very curious to see how they run the country without any help from any other countries. In a globalised economy, surviving without import/exports – is crazy! Just curious to see how life is like there.

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      2. It’s not BAD, I guess it’s all the result of the bad dictatorship. Like the people of that country literally are not aware of the fact that they are being ruled wrongly…super brainwashed 😞

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      3. Sorry for being nosy in this conversation! I recently read the book “In Order to Live” by Yeonmi Park. I would recommend everyone to read it to know how life goes on in North Korea. I might write a review of the book soon.πŸ™‚ However,the book contains lots of trigger content!

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  3. North Korea? Seriously? Your wish.
    But visit South Korea on your way back. Meet BTS if you can and bring their autographs for me!πŸ˜˜πŸ˜‚
    Thank you for the nomination, btwπŸ˜€
    Loved your answers 😁

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    1. I know right πŸ˜‚. I don’t know why but I’m just interested in it for some inhumanly reason lolπŸ˜‚.
      Sure, I’ll bring thee the autographsπŸ™‚…or maybe I’ll just keep them for myself.
      My pleasure! And thanks 😘

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  4. Those were some interesting answers, Nehal! I agree that North Korea would be a unique place to visit. The culture is so very different from what I’m used to, but that makes me want to learn about it even more! Though I’ve probably said so many liberal-minded things in my life that I’m not sure if visiting would really be the best idea right now πŸ˜…

    And thanks so much for the nomination!

    Also, the egg came first. Dinosaurs already had eggs way before chickens existed.

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    1. I know right 😍. Finally someone who understands my weird logic for wanting to visit it 😌.
      You’re welcome!

      That, I have to say, is an amazing logic πŸ˜‚. Dinosaurs rock!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‘πŸ€£

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  5. Congratulations Nehal! Hm i think the egg came first, although every Ravenclaw would say the circle had no beginning πŸ€” Library is most certainly the superior subject at school, as is English. I really want to visit Greece, it seems like one of the most beautiful places in the world, and the history is endless πŸ’™

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      1. π•Šπ•‘π•–π•”π•₯𝕒𝕔𝕦𝕝𝕒𝕣 π•Šπ•–π•π•šπ•Ÿπ•’ says:

        No problem!

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      1. Because the animals came first when the world was created. Just like Adam and Eve (sorry but i teach Ethics so this is my reasoning πŸ˜‚) were created without reproduction so therefore, the egg would come after the chicken. Does that even make sense. This sounded better in my head smh πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ

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  6. Congrats!! And like lost of the ppl in the comments, the chimken (yes, that’s the correct spelling) came first!🀣
    P.S. I’m super Behind on your blog😬 sorry.. (DONUT think I’m ignoring you or something πŸ˜‚)

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      1. UhmmπŸ˜‚
        It’s like chicken, but cHiMkEn
        There’s this channel on YouTube called “Tucker Budzyn” and if you watch it you’ll get what I saying lolπŸ˜‚
        Thanks! I’ll catch up soon though πŸ˜‰

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