Melanie is the host of SYW
This week is Evil Squirrel’s critter cavalcade of questions. And a blatant, non-solicited plug for Evil Squirrel and his nest, which marked ten years this year of Nest-y goodness. You might wish to saunter over to his blog and congratulate him! So without further ado:
Welcome to Share Your World!
8-19-2021 “Chip the Dignified if Species Confused Squirrel/Chipmonk”
If you were to be cast as part of a comedy double act, which part would you play…. the straight man or the funny one, and why?
I’ve very rarely seen these comedy acts. But if I have to be in, I would prefer to be the audience. I would get to enjoy the humor without the stress of trying to create it!
8-26-2021 “Buster “Auuughhh I’m HIT!” , the Indestructible Possum”
If you were to be reincarnated on Earth as any non-living/inanimate object of your choosing, what would you come back as and why?
I think nowadays, I’d like to be a smartphone. Anyone who has a smartphone values it more than any other possession they have. It’s looked after very well and is always kept close.
Fleabag, the Canine.
A SYW question themed around Fleabag…
We all know how dogs mark their territory. How do you mark your territory?
I read Lauren’s response to this one and mine is the same, a paper trail. Used napkins, post-it notes, shopping lists etc is a herald that it’s my territory.
A Share Your World question inspired by Shadow (The Supercilious Creature from the Pokemon ‘empire)
If you were on a trivia show and had to correctly answer ten questions in one subject to win a million dollars (or whatever currency is used in your locale), what would you hope the category would be?
Perhaps questions about the medical field. I know most of the answers!
Unca Sam asks (A rare serious and thought-provoking SYW question inspired by Uncle Sam…)
In democratic societies, do you believe that the right to vote is merely a privilege or a duty for all citizens? This should not be thought of as an “Americans only” question. ANY ONE is welcome to answer.
This is one tricky question. Ideally, everyone eligible to vote should use their right and privilege to elect their representatives. It should be our civic duty to do so. But unfortunately, often the choice of candidates is such that you don’t feel like voting for anyone. And the flaws in the system often make the process so defective that it doesn’t make much of a difference anyway.
Thanks Melanie for these fantastic questions.