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1. Marmite- love or hate?
Love
2. Marmalade- thick cut or thin cut?
Thick, and made from tangerine or grapefruit preferably
3. Porridge- made with milk or water?
Milk
4. Do you like salt, sugar or honey on your porridge?
Brown sugar
5. Loose tea or teabags?
Teabags almost always, just because it's easier
6. Where on your door is your letterbox?
Central
7. What's your favourite curry?
lamb korma
8. What age is the place where you live?
Completed c.1874
9. Where do the folks running your local corner shop come from?
Sadly my nearest corner shop is Tesco. The nearest non-chain one is owned by Sikhs, so I suspect they are from somewhere on the Indian subcontinent, but I've never actually asked.
10. Instant or fresh coffee?
preferably fresh, but any port in a storm
11. How far are you from the sea?
couldn't tell you
12. Have you travelled via Eurostar?
Yes - to Paris
13. If you were going to travel abroad, where's the nearest country to you?
Probably Eire.
14. If you're female (or possible even some males) do you carry a handbag?
I've a bag that gets taken to work with me. otherwise, lots of pockets.
15. Do you have a garden? What do you like growing?
I have a concrete yard with lots of pots. Food.
16. Full cream, semi skimmed or skimmed?
Fll cream by choice, but whatever's in the fridge by practice
17. Which London terminal would you travel into if going to the capital?
King's Cross
18. Is there a local greasy spoon where you live?
Yes.
19. Do you keep Euros in the house?
No.
20. Does your home town have a Latin, Gaelic or Welsh alternative
No, it's industrial revolution Yorkshire
21. Do you have a well known local artist or author?
Artists: David Hockney. Writer: Ted Hughes
22. Do you have a favourite Corrie character?
Yes, but they've al been dead a while. probably the Ogdens or the Duckworths
23. Are your kitchen sink taps separate or a mixer?
A mixer
24. Do you have a favourite brand of blended tea?
Not really
25. What's in your attic if you have one?
Two bedrooms
26. If you go out for a cream tea, what jam do you like on your scone?
Raspberry
27. Talking of scones- scon or scown? Jam or cream first?
Scown; and cream first.
28. Barth or bath?
Barth
29. Carstle or castle?
Castle
30. What flavour of crisps do you favour?
Shatners. (Canadian Ham)
31. If you go to the chippie, what do you like with your chips?
Cod/haddock and fried mushrooms
32. Take away, take out or carry out?
Take away.
33. If you have one, what colour is your wheelie bin?
Charcoal grey. Then I have a succession of boxes and bags for recycling.
34. What colour skips does your local skip hire use?
Yellow
35. Do you celebrate Guy Fawkes?
Nope.
36. Dettol or TCP?
TCP
37. Do you have a bidet in the bathroom?
No
38. Do you prefer courgettes or aubergines?
Courgettes
39. In the 'real world', do you have friends of other nationalities? Which nationalities?
Irish, American
40. Do you have a holy book of any sort in the house?
A King James Bible.
41. Do you prefer a hankie or tissues?
tissues
42. Are you a fan of crumpets? What do you like on them?
Butter. Marmite. Anchovy paste
43. Doorbell, knocker or both?
Knocker ideally
44. Do you own a car? What sort?
always relied on public transport
45. What sort of pants do you guys prefer? Y fronts or boxers?
Boxers
46. Anyone still a fan of suspenders?
Never really applied to me.
47. Do you have a favourite quote from the bard?
“You starvelling, you eel-skin, you dried neat’s-tongue, you bull’s-pizzle, you stock-fish–O for breath to utter what is like thee!-you tailor’s-yard, you sheath, you bow-case, you vile standing tuck!”
48. Do you like toasted muffins?
Yes.
49. Do you think a traditional trifle should contain jelly?
Loathe trifle. Bloody awful waste of various puddings.
50. Do you attend regular religious worship? Of what kind?
Does Doctor Who count? also quite like Quaker Friends meetings, on the grounds that people don't talk there.

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Date: 2015-08-12 12:03 pm (UTC)
sir_guinglain: (ArgueMainly)
From: [personal profile] sir_guinglain
I nearly answered Doctor Who to the last one, on the grounds that Michael Grade said fans watch it as if they were in a ritual mass.

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Date: 2015-08-12 02:53 pm (UTC)
hollymath: (Default)
From: [personal profile] hollymath
Definitely. And it has its acolytes, schisms, apocrypha, apologetics, exigesis...practically everything a religion needs!

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