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Day 197: Greens Kill

Some beings (usually the undiscriminating ones with fur) like to dine on roadkill.

In these cases, typically they rely on others to off their dinner (sometimes hours or even days prior to their meal).

When you have feathers, however, you naturally possess a much more discriminating palate.

Ergo, you prefer to first personally kill and then immediately consume your own fresh cuisine.

This highly refined hunting method is called “greens kill.”

Here, the expert demonstrates (with plenty of posing for his adoring fans) the proper method of performing “greens kill.”

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First, be sure to pose, exerting “maximum cuteness” as you do. This way the audience knows you are about to begin teaching.
Next, make a clean kill in the "stalk" region.
The first step is the “kill phase.” Here, be sure to make a clean kill in the “stalk” region.
Since practice makes perfect, it never hurts to kill it twice just to be sure.
Since practice makes perfect, it never hurts to kill it twice just to be sure.
And if you want to kill it a third time (if you are good at something why hide it) this is perfectly fine.
And if you want to kill it a third time (when you are really good at something why hide it) this is perfectly fine too.
You can stop here and pose again so the press and students can admire your clean "kill."
Now you can stop and pose again. This signals the class that the next segment of the lesson is about to begin.
Now that you are completely sure it is dead, you can begin the "consumption phase."
Once you are completely sure it is dead, you can begin the “consumption phase.”
Be sure to consume your favorite parts first while they are the freshest.
Be sure to consume your favorite parts first while they are the freshest.
While teaching, it can be helpful to pick up the victim to demonstrate your refined dining style.
While teaching, it can be helpful to pick up the victim to demonstrate your refined dining style to your students.
Posing signifies the lesson is over and it is time for the students and press to admire your cuteness and applaud.
Finally, posing again signifies the lesson is over, which means students and press are now permitted to applaud vigorously.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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