Share Your World – Week of February 7, 2022

What would be the most surprising scientific discovery imaginable?

Any scientific discovery is surprising especially nowadays especially the ones in movies and TV shows. It really takes one’s imagination to the next level.

If aliens landed on earth tomorrow and offered to take you home with them, would you go?

Well, it depends. Am I going to be prodded and dissected like a science experiment? Are the aliens friendly? They better not be little green men because that will be a big fat NO from me.

What breed of dog would you be?  If you’re more a cat person – what breed of cat?

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Bubble gum?  Yay or nay?

Nay, I’m afraid. I can never blow a bubble.

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5 thoughts on “Share Your World – Week of February 7, 2022

  1. Thank you Yinglan for Sharing Your World! Bubble gum is one of those very childish things that some of us (who are old) enjoy still. Much to the dismay of our dentists. It’s a strange little pleasure blowing the bubble, but it took me a long time to perfect my own technique and I know a lot of people can’t, so don’t feel too bad. You’ve also missed the sinking feeling when that stuff pulls a crown off or loosens a filling. Like whistling, it’s sorta silly. 😉 I love your dog choice, at this time of year the Chow has the perfect coat! (so cute too). It’s probably a lot wiser to decline the alien’s invitation. Some of them are rumored to eat people.😄 Have a great week and stay warm!

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    1. I didn’t start chewing gum until I was a teenager but got over it when I got my braces during my first year in college. Even then, I just did chewing gums. I didn’t discover bubble gum until about 2 or 3 Halloweens ago when bubble gum was included in the assortment of candies we hand out on Halloween.
      I can’t whistle, a friend tried to teach me once but for some reason, I have the most stubborn tongue. 😀
      Hope you’re having a great week.


  2. I would have to think about the good breed because I once had a rat terrier and my sister nicknamed him “Devil Dog” because he used to run in circles sometimes for no reason.

    I’d rather chew chewing gum. Bubble gum works my jaw too much.

    I’ve talked about this with my mom, when it comes to going to different planets. Why do we assume that aliens will be friendly or that we will conquer them? We could very well end up like that Twilight Zone episode, To Serve Man–its a cookbook!

    I wish that we would spend time on how to clean the world ‘s oceans and rivers as well as cleaning up the space junk out there in space.

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    1. Those little dogs scare me because they all look like biters unless the bigger dogs.
      I don’t know why people assume aliens are friendly because according to the X files, they are not, at least not all of them. They abduct, do experiments, and leave people with awful memories and fears.

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      1. Well, I think my dog had “little dog syndrome”, because he was about 12 pounds so he was pretty small next to Rottweilers and other big dogs. But I called him “referee” because he was black and white and he would bark his head off when he was in the midst of other dogs. It was pretty comical.

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