Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Food For Thought
I am an ex-Londoner who now lives in Yorkshire, and there have been MANY, MANY, MANY differences that I have discovered since moving up here.
Firstly, I am flipping freezing. No seriously, I have discovered various shades of blue that I now love just by not wearing gloves on a cold day. (you know, in JUNE)
Secondly, people talk to you without WANTING anything (like your handbag, or mobile phone)
DON'T EVEN GET ME STARTED ON THE ROLL/BREADCAKE/BAP situation. Let me just say, wars have been started over less.
But the one thing that I cannot grasp, just CANNOT, is the
situation. This is all new to me, who would have thought that people did it differently to this!!!
Here is how it is done up here.
Tea (with Supper thrown in for good luck)
I am all lost and confused. If someone invites me for dinner, are they inviting me for their dinner, or mine? Tea to me is just a drink, (and I drink coffee anyway)
I take it that this is going to be one of those things that just varies from place to place, I am sure that I will get used to it. (IT IS A ROLL, A BLOODY ROLL) but maybe you can help make me feel better by letting me know what wording you use and whereabouts you are in the country?
Let me know.
Big Fashionista x x x
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