Day 146: The Waffle Dismount

The most (er) seasoned waffle gourmands know that “fine dining” encompasses so much more than mere ingestion.

This is never more true than when that most supreme of delicacies – the waffle – is served.

From the initial approach and pleasantries to the final conclusion and departure, each tiny dining detail matters – and counts.

Okay, waffle, I feel full now. Thanks very much for a great dining experience.

Okay, waffle, I feel full now. Thanks very much for a great dining experience.

Now where is my large featherless waitress-in-training to document the post-dining process?

Now where is my large featherless waitress-in-training to document the post-dining process?

MOOOOOOOMMMM! Oh Mommmmm!!! Oh, there you are - finally! I'm ready for you to document the "waffle dismount."

MOOOOOOOMMMM! Oh Mommmmm!!! Oh, there you are – finally! I’m ready for you to document my patented and trademarked “waffle dismount” maneuver.

Okay, so first you walk over to your chosen post-dining destination (if you can choose a destination with wicker in it, this is ideal).

Okay, so first you walk over to your chosen post-dining destination (as you can see, if you can choose a destination with wicker in it, this is ideal).

Now, prepare to seamlessly ascend to your perch.

Now, you can prepare to seamlessly ascend to your perch.

Almost there......

Almost there……

Allllmmmmooosssstttt therrrrrrrre.....

Allllmmmmooosssstttt therrrrrrrre…..

Voila! We are now in position to smoothly segue from the "dining" to the "digestion" phase.

Made it – now let the “digesting phase” begin!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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