Share Your World 28th January 2019

Melanie B Cee of Sparks from a Combustible Mind has posted this:

So I have decided to answer the questions. I don’t do these all of the time, because I like my blog to be more about what I am writing and less about me, but from time to time my ego pokes through. πŸ˜‰


  1. Are you thin or thick skinned?Β Β  Are you easily offended or tend to let it just roll off your back like a duck does with water?
  2. How important are morals in a healthy society? What are the most important morals for citizens to have?Β  (Credit to Rory for this question)
  3. What will your epitaph be?
  4. (I don’t admire either/or questions much, which is why you won’t see β€˜em often.Β  Today is an exception)Β  French toast, pancakes or waffles?
  5. What were you grateful for this past week?

My Answers:

  1. I am very thin skinned but also resilient. I also don’t take offence to what a lot of people find offensive nowadays. I am not offended by opinions that do not coincide with mine. I am very happy to have a respectful and amiable discussion with people who hold totally opposing views. I think that is becoming increasingly, and scarily rare. Come on guys, just shake hands and agree to differ. Conversely, I am extremely offended by rudeness, which I see everywhere. The people who think its fine to sit on the train with their dirty shoes on the seat in front of them. The people who sit on the end and take up loads of seats because they don’t want anyone to sit next to them. You can see I get very angry and stressed by catching the train.
  2. Morals are extremely important. It is not wealth that creates a civilisation, it is having a set of rules that people abide by. Manners and morals are very important. The most important rule of all is that you must show respect to everyone UNTIL they themselves proven they do not deserve it by their own behaviour and actions.
  3. Who cares? I’ll be dead, write what you like.
  4. None of them. I have never seen what all the fuss is about with Waffles. They are just pancakes cooked in a mould. I prefer Yorkshire Puddings.
  5. I was grateful I got through the week. Grateful for all the people who read my blog, comment and like. They keep me going. So if you’re reading this, Thank You.




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10 thoughts on “Share Your World 28th January 2019”

  1. Interesting questions and answers. πŸ™‚
    I beg to differ with you on the subject of waffles versus pancakes, though. (I like all three myself.) While they have the same ingredients, generally with waffles the egg white are whipped stiff, then folded into the batter, which make the waffles so much lighter than pancakes, where the eggs are generally just stirred in. πŸ™‚
    I’ve ever had Yorkshire pudding. I thought that was like a dumpling eaten with a meat dish?

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    1. So they are much more complicated to make as well, I still don’t see what the fuss about waffles is about. Yorkshire Puddings are batter baked in the oven in hot oil. They are often used to accompany a roast dinner (traditionally it helped to fill people up cheaply so the meat went further), they can be eaten with Jam. Last year on Pancake day I made Yorkshire puddings and put icecream in side them. They were lovely.

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  2. I was going to ask what exactly a Yorkshire Pud’ WAS, but see you answered it for someone else. Is it like deep frying (over here that’s used in a special pan which is filled with oil and then a basket with whatever food is being deep fried is dipped in there when the oil is boiling hot)? I’ve watched some TV shows (set in Britain) where the wife gets huffy because her Yorkshire Puddings are ruined because someone is late for dinner… what a fascinating phenomenon! I think, although I don’t/can’t eat deep fried foods any longer, that I might just like them. πŸ˜› Thanks Kristian for Sharing Your World with us! πŸ˜€

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