Episode 203 – Chip folks, Celebrities and we have part 2 of our interview with Eddie Ross from the Into the Mind Podcast

Welcome to the Kindness Project, the podcast designed to share stories of kindness and share how kindness can make positive change in our world, one small act at a time.

In this week’s episode we talked about Chip folks, Celebrities and we have part 2 of our interview with Eddie Ross from the Into the Mind Podcast

Kindness Intro Chat

Chip folks

Celebrities

Question of the Podcast

Kindness News

Chris Evans Becomes Captain America Again For 6-Year-Old Who Saved Sister From Dog

Harry Styles paused concert to help nervous fan come out to her mother in sweetest way

Interview

we have part 2 of our interview with Eddie Ross from the Into the Mind Podcast

Answers to last weeks question of the podcast

What word always gets you tongue tied, you misspell or you mispronounce?

Twitter answers:- https://twitter.com/ChrisDaems/status/1454863595523776515

Damien Clyburn – Too many to mention, but when I read stuff back. I often meant ‘your’, but nearly always leave the ‘r’ off.

Roger Edwards – Separate – always look at it and think…”Nah!

Carla Langley – Phenomenon…I’m not even convinced I’ve got it right here 🤣 I have a slide in my DB training that says “black hole of KYC phenomenon” and every time, I panic before I say it 🤣 i should probably just use a different word but I don’t want to let it beat me!

William Finch – Preliminary

Ivor Harper – Corollary  Collorally….cololla…corall..Oh, f**k it where’s the dictionary?

Martin Mcnamara – Everything

Facebook answers:- https://www.facebook.com/Christopher.Daems/posts/10157995675766603

Frances Barrett – Particularly. I have too many “larly’s” 😂

David Forsdyke – Eye haf noe proplum spelin stuf. Wot ewe un abaat?

Eve Keith – Topically…. I cant say skeleton properly

Sharon Adkins – I really cannot type the word Regards first time … I have put kind retards on more than one occasion!

Sam Chilton – As a dyslexic I find dyslexia super hard! I also can’t say worry … And start and also .. years spelt as strat and aslo .. many an argument as a child I was insistent I was right!

Jackie Bishop – The plastic bit you use to play a guitar

Brian Hill – Never know the difference between affect and effect.

Sandra Connington – Bearing in mind my job is HR – I can never spell Disciplinary correctly first time – and I only use it almost every day

Carol Hussey – I really struggle to say “Brewery”. This wasn’t an issue until I moved to Romford

Sharon Hirsch – Jewellery is the one I was getting a model with.

Louise McNamee – Investigative

Doug Bennett – Jewellery- jullery

Gianpaolo Parodi – Rhythm and algorithm

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