Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Compendious

I hope to keep this post compendious, that is comprehensive yet fairly brief. To write so compendiously would demonstrate my compendiousness, which would be nice.

Cakes are also nice (and round here they're comprehensively dealt with in a very brief time)


20 comments:

Christine Howe said...

In the spirit of the blog post, herewith a compendious comment: thank you!

Sue Blackburn said...

Useful word. Yum! x

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Now that looks delicious!

lizy-expat-writer said...

Does compendium come from the same root? Love the sponge cake - is there any left?

Rachel Schieffelbein said...

The cake looks great. :) Also, good word of the day.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

you compend excellently well

Anonymous said...

Cakes in our house are consumed most compendiously every time. I like this word very much, although the spell check on your blog doesn't at all.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Patsy- always good to see a compendiously filled with jam cake!!! No wonder they don't last long .. cheers Hilary

Patsy said...

Very apt, Christine.

Patsy said...

I distracted you with the cake, didn't I?

Patsy said...

It was, Alex.

Patsy said...

I think it must do, Lizy.

Nope, none left.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Rachel.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Alex.

Patsy said...

I'm fairly sure I copied it out correctly ...

Patsy said...

No point just having a smear which tastes of nothing, Hilary.

Maggie May said...

Your picture prompted me to make a cake today Patsy. That's a serious amount of jam!

L said...

I'm loving the word and the concept. The cake's not bad either.

Patsy said...

Home made raspberry jam, Maggie - with fruit from the allotment. I take jam seriously.

Patsy said...

The cake is long gone now, Linda!