Day 242: The Perfect Poach

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In developing a new skill, everyone has to start somewhere.

“Poaching” is no exception.

One day you are a total beginner.

But then the next day, you get a little better.

In time, you may even carve out a place as one of poaching’s all-time greats!

One of the hardest "skills of the poaching trade" to learn is to multi-task with your eyes.
One of the hardest skills in the art of poaching to learn is to multi-task with your eyes.
Here, you want to keep one eye on the item being poached....
Here, you want to keep one eye on the item being poached….
And one eye on your fellow poachers.
And one eye on your fellow poachers.
You also want to try to disguise the actual amount you are ingesting as you poach.
You also want to try to disguise the actual amount you are ingesting as you poach.
This, of course, is so you can innocently claim "who me?" if the original diner complains about part of their dinner disappearing.
This, of course, is so you can innocently claim “who me?” if the original diner starts complaining about part of their dinner suddenly disappearing.
After all, any poacher can just open their beak and dig in.
After all, any poacher can just open their beak and dig in.
Only through subtlety and sleight-of-hand (at which .007 excels!) can you pull off the "perfect poach!"
But only a select few can claim to have mastered the art of the “perfect poach.”

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie. www.animallovelanguages.com

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