Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia Pudding with some Macerated Berries and Seedy Granola

The Latin phrase ‘quot homines tot sententiae’—‘there are as many opinions as there are people’—is used to refer to the fact that opinion is often diverse and consensus is often hard to come by. (via @HaggardHawks)

Word of the Day: INNERE SCHWEINEHUND – (German) Literally ‘inner pig dog’. The voice inside your head that tells you to stay on the sofa even though there’s a mountain of work to do. (via @qikipedia)

Walter Joseph (W.J.) Phillips (1884–1963), Poplar Bay, Lake of the Woods, 1930, colour woodcut print, edition of 100, 23.9 x 33.5 cm, Douglas Family Art Centre Collection (via @mcacgallery)

Your word of the day is: TEXT – A book or other written or printed work. A piece of written or printed material. A series of written or printed words. (From the Latin ‘texere’, ‘to weave’, because we weave our words just as we weave textiles) (via @susie_dent @natlibscot)

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Word of the day: FROTHY (20th century Scots) – good at rising in the morning. Often sarcastic. (via @qikipedia)