Encounter with static electricity:
- Touching a metal poled trampoline when it’s in the sun
- Party’s with balloon
- Pulling of a hat after being in the cold
- walking on a rug and then touching metal
So that’s how you can encounter electricity. If you know any other ways comment below . 😉
Don’t love anyone who treats you like you’re ordinary-Oscar wilde
These are some Australian foods that I like
Timtam – A Chocolate biscuit with chocolate cream in it and covered with chocolate. Nice as normal or as a timtam slam.A timtam slam is where you bite the ends off, dip 1 end in warm milk and suck the other end like a straw.as soon as you taste milk you push the whole thing in your mouth and eat it.
Vegimite – A salty spread made from a lot of vegetable oil. Best eaten on bread or toast with butter of canola spread.
Anzac Biscuit- A biscuit made on Anzac day.Made with oats and usually a little chewy.
Lamingtons- A vanilla cake like food that is covered in coconut husk.
Weetbix- A biscuit you have in milk for breakfast and as the name says It has a lot of wheat.
Pavlova- A creamy cake with an outside shell of marange. commonly eaten with sliced fruit on top and/or Ice-cream
Sausage roll- sausage meat rolled up in pastry and bakes.commonly eaten with sauce
Cherry ripe-A chocolate bar filled with crushed cherries.Australia’s oldest chocolate bar
Meat pies – A pastry cup filled with minced meat and gravy with a pastry lid
Fairy bread-a buttered piece of bread covered in sprinkles
Cheese and bacon roll- A bread roll covered in cheese and bacon baked enough to just melt the cheese
Fantales- A small chocolate filled with caramel with a wrapper that has who am i on it
Vanilla slice- a pastry sandwich filled with a thick custard and put into the fridge to help it hold
Pigs in blankets- a sausage or hot dog rolled up in pastry and baked