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Bachpana !
Hey all !
Hope you guys had a great weekend . Mine was just ok .. was feeling a kinda low .. so came to check blogs .. yup checked pris blog and remembered this link .. so time pass test ... took these tests as i had told pri earlier that i decided to post the results here .. :)
so unicorn and gryffindor.. i cant just stop smiling now for am in my fav house - the Potter house !(yup !am a potter fanatic!).
And hey pri i guess we have the same choice of place .. :) Paris!!!

What Animal Were You In Your Past Life?

You were unicorn. You were mysterious and noble. You have fairytale traits, and other people can only dream in envy. Your nature is completely impossible to decipher and behind all that, you know that you shine bright, for only the luckiest people get the chance to know you.

Find Your Character @ BrainFall.com


What City Should You Live In?

You should live in Paris. The city of lights will appeal to your appreciation of beauty and romance. You are a lover and a poet by nature, and Paris' sensitive charms will be a perfect match for yours.

Find Your Character @ BrainFall.com
Then here comes my most favourite .Yuppieeeeeee I have been selected to the Gryffindor !!:);)he he .. (bachpana hai - par acha lag raha hai!)


Which Hogwarts House Would You Be In?

You would be in Gryffindor. You are bold, passionate, and brave. You have a highly-defined sense of right and wrong, and you are not afraid to speak your mind or fight for what you want.

Find Your Character @ BrainFall.com


Which Disney Princess Are You?

You are Jasmine. You are loyal and would visit the ends of the earth for what you believe. You would never let obstacles stand in the way of true love.

Find Your Character @ BrainFall.com

Thanks
cya !
have a great week ahead .
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