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Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
Are you jinxing the 100th hundred?
Is it you who's making everyone wait in agony? We'll unmask you if you just oblige us by taking this quiz
When anyone brings up the 100th hundred in conversation, what do you say?
"Did you know that if you chant his name all day on Friday the 13th, he's sure to get his hundred?"
"Not to worry, he'll get it in the next innings. I can feel it in my bones"
"There are other numbers to talk about"
How do you react to those who say Tendulkar is obsessed with records?
Tell them you have a cure for that obsession
Tell them Tendulkar will have the last laugh when he conquers
What are your thoughts when he walks out to bat?
"This is going to be a glorious innings"
"There comes the attention-hogger"
And when he hits his first four?
"Take a single and let go of the strike already"
"I can already see him waving his bat and saluting the crowd"
"... I'm going to need bat wings, pig's blood..."
Do you pray for him during his innings?
I pray the captain declares the innings before he gets his hundred
That's like asking a beauty pageant contestant if she wants world peace
Would you be happy if Tendulkar got his hundred but at the cost of losing the game?
Depends on what the other batsmen scored
His hundred's a win in itself
No, that would mean the planets didn't align properly
Have you planned what you're going to do when he gets it?
The rocket's built, and all the equipment is ready to engrave a congratulatory message on the moon
Demand a law be passed that all those born between February 1973 and April 1973 must retire from international cricket immediately
Go back to school because obviously there's still a lot to be learnt
So when do you think he'll get it?
Does it matter? Much better to be the leading run-scorer in the calendar year
In the next 20 balls he faces
What were you doing when he got out into the 90s in Mumbai?
Wondering if human sacrifice would do the trick
Looking for fireworks
Writing a statistical argument about why batsmen who made their debuts in their 20s are better than those who did in their teens
Do you have any superstitions that you indulge in during his innings?
I make my black cat walk across the top of the television but it doesn't seem to help
Only if he's batting with India's finest
We call it magic, not superstition
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