Day 294: Bringing Home the Waffle

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In the early days of featherless culture there was a popular saying – “bringing home the bacon.”

Those who could “bring home the bacon” were considered quite the catch amongst featherless females, who often competed hotly for their affections.

While there is less of an urgent need today to literally haul home one’s supper, a little figurative demonstrating can certainly never hurt.

Hi there. My name is Pearl and you look delicious.
Hi there. My name is Pearl and you look delicious. Just perfect for my new project.
So look. What I need you to do is just lay there and I am going to "bring you home."
So look. What I need you to do is just lay there and I am going to “bring you home.”
Did anyone ever tell you that you ask a lot of questions? No of course you will like where we are going.
Did anyone ever tell you that you ask a lot of questions? No you don’t get to opt out of “going home” and yes it is a very nice place. Nice and warm and dark – you’ll love it, I promise.
And don't pay any attention to the large featherless being over there - she is just documenting the process I use to "bring you home."
And don’t pay any attention to the large featherless being over there – she is just documenting the process I use for a few lady friends of mine.
Okay, now remember what I told you - just lay there and hold still.
Okay, now remember what I told you – just lay there and hold still.
First I will open my beak...
First I will open my beak…
A bit wider should do it...
A bit wider should do it…
And.....STRIKE!
And…..STRIKE!
And HOLD.....
And HOLD…..
Well what do you think I'm going to do with it now that I brought it home, Mom? Yes I would stand back if I were you.
Yes, that’s good, Mom, one final shot of me guarding the “bacon” for the ladybirds should do it.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise & box turtle mama. Pet & people blogger.

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