Share Your World is a weekly prompt. You are provided with several questions, which you answer and then link back. 

  • Is cereal soup? Why or why not?
    • What the… ? Tomatoes are fruit, white chocolate isn’t a chocolate, those questions of food organizations I get. But has anyone ever wondered if cereal is soup? Is this some weird British thing? Is the host British? Oatmeal, cooked in water, is that what we’re getting at? Grains can certainly be in soup, barley, I’m looking at you. But… ? (Edited to add: Nope the host is a native of Utah. What weird things are they doing in Utah to question the soup nature of cereal?)
  • What are some interesting ways to answer everyday questions like “how’s it going” or “what do you do”?
    • How is it going? Great, except for this suppurating rash… :::start rolling up sleeve:::
    • How is it going? Have you seen Steve? Steve? He looks a lot like a llama but is much shorter…
    • What do you do? I’m a semi-professional BDSM Domme. :::raise one eyebrow, look them up and down and slap your thigh with an open hand:::
  • What was your favorite toy growing up?
    • Francie, Barbie’s English cousin. After looking at pictures of Francie on Google, I am a little surprised to see that my Second Life avatar looks quite a lot like her! I had a Francie house, tons of clothes…
  • If you have a pet, and you could ask it three questions, what would you ask?
    • I no longer have a pet, which saddens me to no end, but realistically I probably can’t care for one right now even if my apartment building allowed them.
    • I have had dogs and cats, but cats only for the last million years.
      • Cat, you really do know your name, don’t you? You just ignore me to mess with me, right?
      • Cat, why are you so stubborn about going into the carry box?
      • Cat, why does scritching you near your spine at the base of your tail freak you out so much?
  • What’s one simple thing society at large could do to improve our world?
    • Simple, but apparently impossible: Think before you speak or act. Keep kindness in your heart.
  • Attitude of Gratitude Section (Always Optional)
    • This is very difficult to answer this week, but I think remembering to be grateful is an important thing.
    • I’m grateful for Zoom, which is allowing me to attend Shabbat services while I consider converting. As a plus, my computer does not have a camera, so I get to Zoom incognito, just a black box. The introvert in me loves that. If we ever get to go out and gather in the wild again safely, then I know I will miss what I lovingly refer to as Jew Zoom.


    1. Thank you! It has been around for a while, and tends to be all over the place in content (hence the title), and I abandon it kind of sort of for large clumps of time. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. It appears the oddness of my blogging is back for a while, welcome! 🙂


    1. Very tempting, isn’t it?
      I really hate that “what do you do?” question and always have. Regardless of what it is I was doing, or why, my answer tended to generate the light going out of the other person’s eyes as I was relegated to less than wonderful in some way.
      I’d like to see what would happen to the other person’s eye lights when “Domme!” was uttered with total conviction. I’m such a brat.

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  1. Thank you M. Oniker for Sharing Your World (clever screen name if I might say so too!) That cereal soup question popped up somewhere and it was so strange (to me too, Utahans aren’t trying to change the soup nor cereal world by inclusions of odd ingredients into either substance, just in case you are wondering), that I thought it would be fun to shake folks up and ask it. I’ve been amply rewarded too! So many diverse answers, but all (well save one) agree that NO cereal is not soup nor vice versa…and never the twain shall meet! LOL. Have a great week and I’m glad Zoom was useful! It’s been a learning experience for many of us..

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    1. Utah is an interesting place. Glad to hear cereal = soup isn’t one of the more :::cough::: interesting bits. 🙂 No, I’m not bashing Utah. I have a lot of good memories from visits. However, like most regions, it has its wtf moments. 🙂


    1. I’m quite fluent in reading the extraneous U’s, so you do not need to edit here. 😀
      Also I have learned recently I have auralism, and accents and U’s are a thing. O.o.


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