Read this to learn how to make Hungarian cucumber salad

A few nights ago, my mom served our family and me a Hungarian cucumber salad for dinner. Perhaps I should add that there were more food items than just cucumber salad. We are not being rationed, at least, not to my knowledge. We also had hash browns and fish. It is quite possible you’ve never … More Read this to learn how to make Hungarian cucumber salad

Read this to learn how to make the best homemade French Fries

French fries are a lot like chips in the sense that you simply cannot only have one as it would defy the laws of the universe. The same goes for popcorn kernels and cats – one just doesn’t cut it as it just is not enough. Considering French fries are the go-to side dish for … More Read this to learn how to make the best homemade French Fries

Navigating punctuation

In lieu of yesterday’s post discussing synonyms, antonyms and homonyms, I thought I would continue with the English theme for today’s post. Like I said yesterday, I’m brushing up on my English knowledge via tutoring and I figure this information is (hopefully) relevant to someone out there. Today, we shall be discussing punctuation and how … More Navigating punctuation

… and some more space facts that are out of this world

Please don’t judge me too harshly for the title of this post. I do enjoy a solid pun here and there, and when the opportunity presents itself, you can bet your sweetcheeks I’m gonna run with it. There aren’t that many space puns available for daily use, if you know what I mean, so the … More … and some more space facts that are out of this world

What in the word?

As most of us English-speaking individuals are well aware, English is a rather unique language in terms of its grammatical stipulations, spelling, and phonetical pronunciation of certain words. I would go so far as to say that a lot of elements of the English language don’t make much sense, and seeing as I studied English … More What in the word?

Here’s why we need to stop subconsciously perpetuating toxic masculinity

Toxic masculinity, for anyone who perhaps hasn’t heard of it before, is a term used to describe social and cultural norms, often considered to be traditional, which have the ability to negatively impact all people. I think a lot of folks hear ‘toxic masculinity’ and assume that it is strictly affiliated with males, but this … More Here’s why we need to stop subconsciously perpetuating toxic masculinity

Navigating the use of quotation marks, continued

Anyone who is relatively familiar with the English language could have probably guessed that a single post wouldn’t suffice to delve into the convoluted aspect of understanding how to properly use quotations in this particular language. I probably could have jammed all of the learnings affiliated with proper quotation use in English into one blog … More Navigating the use of quotation marks, continued

Profile: Tom Hardy

Mr. Tom Hardy is one of my favourite male actors for a variety of reasons. He is incredibly talented and versatile in the roles he takes on and portrays; he seems like a rather down-to-Earth, humble lad; interview clips of him suggest he has a great sense of humour; he is incredibly good-looking. Blaine and … More Profile: Tom Hardy