D, SD and SO in honey cornflakes!

D- The yellow cornflakes. They’re covered in honey, sugar and butter all melted and mixed in a pan, where they get scooped into little cups, smelling sweet as honey!

SD- The little white cups that gives the cornflakes it’s shape. Also adds a bit of decoration with it’s white,  pleated cups.

SO- The rainbow sprinkles and the chocolate rice on top of it all! They add a bit of charm and colour to the yellow cornflakes. This SO makes a lot of difference to an otherwise dull honey cornflake.






They’re all in my tummy now.



Observing D,SD and SO


The family guitarD– The guitar body forms the dominant. The curves that bend outwards and inwards are there to help the guitar rest firmly on your lap.

SD– The guitar neck that points upwards is the subdominant. It stretches out of the mid portion of the guitar body. That makes it easy for one to grip the neck firmly and bring it around wherever you go.

SO– That would be the “headstock”. It’s the part where you see those 6 “switches” for the guitar strings, and you can twist and turn the switches as and when you like it.

Another SO could be the sound hole. It’s the circular hole in the body. What make it the SO is the fact that it gives contrast to the large surface surrounding it. Also, since it’s a hole, it works in giving the guitar sound an echo.




3D: Interesting Object I Found

The LoofahThe Loofah, stretchedThe Loofah, squeezed

The object is a loofah. It’s the thing that you use to scrub your body with body gel. It’s meant to spread the body gel all over your body so it keeps you clean from head to toe.

What was interesting to me was the texture and the lightweight feel of it. You can squeeze it as hard as you can, but it’ll bounce back to it own shape. The nets are all out in different layers, which is useful for it’s function. The function as in, it makes it easy for you to spread the soap all across your body and your arms and  your sexy curves and everything else 😉

Dominant– The layers of nets. They form the largest part of the loofah, and it’s the most visible.

Subdominant– not too sure. I think it’s the spaces between the layers of nets. The space which curves inwards, help to bring out the nets to its convex shape. That kind of helps the net to function properly, where this part helps to spread the gel product all over your body.

Subordinate– Either holes in the nets or the pale-ish yellow colour.