Teach Your (Bloggers) Well

We all know how to do something well — write a post that teaches readers how to do something you know and/or love to do.

Yeah, still struggling with this. It’s been playing on my mind now for 10 days and I’m no closer to solving it on my own. Still, not going to help typing it again, so who knows what this is?

Fi U Li Ui
Ri Di R D
Ui Li U L U F Ui Fi
U R Ui Ri Ui Fi U F
F R U Ri Ui Fi
R U Ri U R U U Ri
U R Ui L U Ri Ui L
Ri Di R D

You can also make a pretty good smoothie using half a banana, 250ml chocolate soy milk, cinnamon and a handful of spinach.

I have some tips here if you want to make potentially dangerous bagels.

If you’re cutting something by holding it in one hand and the knife in the other, try to make sure that the knife moves away from the hand that you’re holding the object in.

When you’re using a work computer to access a website beginning with the word “analytics”, type the first 2, 3 or 5 letters before assuming that your browser will autofill the URL.  Certainly don’t type the first four letters only before pressing return, as the search results that come up could potentially land you in trouble.

It is pretty easy to wrap circular objects if you first wrap round the circumference and then divide the excess sticking out away from the object into  equal parts, folding each of those one at a time into the middle of the object.

“Als je een hamburger zou zijn, zou je de MacBeauty zijn” does not work either in Holland or when translated in the UK.

While I was searching for the lyrics to Learn My Lesson by Young Guns, I found this one which is maybe more appropriate, especially with the bagels…

You’d think that I’d learn my lesson by now
You’d think that I’d somehow figure out
That if you strike the match
You’re bound to feel the flame

Learn My Lesson by Daughtry


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