Day 131: Mashed Potato Beak

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In many flocks today, mustaches have become quite trendy.

This, of course, is just another example of where the featherless beings have missed a rich motherload of timeless style.

After all, who would look twice at a garden variety mustache…..

Yawnnnnn.....
Yawnnnnn…..

….once they’ve witnessed the full glamour of”mashed potato beak?”

And another style legend is born!
And another style legend is born!

Best of all, mashed potato beak is a super-easy look to duplicate.

You can even do most of the prep work the night before!

No wonder Mom's working that small rectangular flashing thing like crazy - she wants to remember how to duplicate this look for herself later!
No wonder Mom’s working that small rectangular flashing thing like crazy – she wants to remember how to duplicate this look for herself later!
Oh trust me, Mom, this is a great look for you! Grandma and Grandpa too!
Oh trust me, Mom, this is a great look for you! Grandma and Grandpa too!
Well, don't eat all the mashed potatoes, then - be sure to save some for later.
Well, don’t eat all the mashed potatoes, then – be sure to save some for later.
Sure, I'll help you - the key is to pile the mashed potatoes as high as possible on your beak.
Sure, I’ll help you – the key is to pile the mashed potatoes as high as possible on your beak.
"BEAK," Mom, not "fork."
“BEAK,” Mom, not “fork.”

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Published by Shannon Cutts

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