What’s your favorite hideout or hangout spot, and why do you like it?
My favourite hideout would be my own bedroom. I know it’s not much but when I want to relax and shut myself off from the rest of the world, where else could I turn to but my own room. I would like a bigger room, I would like a new mattress but other than that, I do enjoy being in the solitude of my room.
My favourite hangout would either be in one of the two Starbucks nearest to me or Blue Rock Bar which is in Olive Downtown. I love both. When I want a nice cold frappe I like to go to a Starbucks and then enjoy with a grande and a bite to eat. Sitting there and just thinking about nothing as the sweet nectar is sipped slowly.
Similarly I love the food at Blue Rock and I usually drink beer and just chill at the bar. I can forget all my woes and just zone out and the only worry is what will I order off the menu. A couple of hours there and I am happy, a bit buzzed and tummy full and ready to come in for a nap.
Prompt from 87 Blog Post Ideas That Will Never Fail You (2023) at Blog Tyrant
1. The first pancakes were called Alita Dolcia (“another sweet” in Latin) and were made by Romans in the 1st Century AD.
2. The world’s biggest pancake measured 49+ feet in diameter and weighed 6,614 pounds.
3. In the U.S., Southerners eat the most pancakes, accounting for 32.5% of the nation’s pancake consumption.
4. International Pancake Day falls on the same day as Mardi Gras. It’s also called Shrove Tuesday and it’s how countries like England and Ireland observe the day before Lent.
5. The world’s most expensive pancake is available for $200.00 at Opus in the Printworks in England. Ingredients include Madagascan vanilla pods and 23-carat gold leaf.
6. In Sweden you can order Blodplättar, which are pancakes made of pork blood.
7. If you break the world record for most pancakes eaten, you won’t be in the Guinness Book of World Records; it’s not one of their categories.
8. A breakfast of two pancakes with butter and syrup will set you back 520 calories, which is about two hours of steady walking’s worth of maple syrup goodness.