Some beings – typically species without feathers, fins, fur, or shells – enjoy activities that involve “watching.”
For instance, there are outings featuring “whale watching,” “dolphin watching,” “moose watching,” and (always a favorite) “bird watching.”
Of course, when you have feathers, you already know you are the most interesting species of being to watch.
But this doesn’t mean there aren’t other kinds of watching-related activities you can enjoy.
Take “Waffle Watching,” for example.
It is fun, free, and you don’t even have to go anywhere to see one (on account of how your large featherless assistant will bring you a waffle if you just shriek loudly for a long time).
Even better, there are two kinds of watching you can do – “passive” (where you only watch the waffle) and “active” (where you actually get to interact with the waffle).
Here, a “Waffle Watching” expert gives you an inside glimpse into this popular new activity.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts