The Pink Polka Dot Grub Queries …


A soggy day

In UK

Ten cats and I
On bed will try
To do a little funny business
With Pink Polka’s Dotty quizziness:

 1. What is a Mille Feuille?
An idiot at a place which grinds corn or something.

2. What is the national dish of Indonesia?
A plate with the Indonesian national coat-of-arms on it.       

3. Percentage wise, how much water does a mushroom contain?
It depends how mushroom for water there is in it, doesn’t it?

4. What is Ponzu?
As in ‘You Ponzu!’ it is someone calling someone else a nasty name.

5. What is the national fruit of India?
Chillies.

6. What is the difference between a pawpaw and a papaya?
The second is a thinner version because it lacks the Ws. Or the first is a kitten swatting, and the other a question as to whether a person is the paternal parent.

7. What is “Caldo verde” and what is the main ingredient?
That is a green Caldo, and it mainly has greens in it. I know that from the verde vord – I mean, word..

8. What enzyme does pineapples contain that tenderizes proteins?
*looks aghast, and makes a note to avoid pineapples lest his proteins be tenderized*

9. What is Amchoor more commonly known as?
Bless you!   Here, use this tissue.

10. What is a Machiato? 
Another sneeze, or a squashed tomato or an ou that has turned playing on shrunk golf courses into an art form.

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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2 Responses to The Pink Polka Dot Grub Queries …

  1. Tilly Bud says:

    Love the image of you and the cats.

    Like

  2. gipsika says:

    Cute! Specially the “mushroom” for water.

    Like

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