Do you roll or fold?

That potentially personal question came up in today’s discussion about on-line matters with Jim Mora on Critical Mass.

The rolling and folding question was brought up by Aptenodyte on Around the World – the record of an Australian family of four’s year of travel. 

Posts so far have been on preparation and the rolling or folding applies to how you pack your clothes.

The travelling starts on Saturday.

We also discussed Simon Heffer’s style notes.

As one afflicted with wobbly spelling and a propensity for typos I found myself admiring his erudition and being relieved I wasn’t one of the writers who provide the many examples of what not to do.

Heffer is an editor and style guru at the Daily Telegraph and has written Strictly English about which you can read on Beattie’s Book Blog.

3 Responses to Do you roll or fold?

  1. Richard says:

    “Simon Heffer’s style notes” are excellent, funny, very English. He sounds like a frustrated school master

  2. Fredinthegrass says:

    Neither really – although fold is the closest.
    We use cells – light in weight and so convenient.
    More information available – for free!!

  3. homepaddock says:

    Cells? What are they?

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