Signaling Fullness

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As far as selecting a large featherless personal assistant, the general principle is “the more attentive, the better.”

But this is not always the case when it comes to dining.

For example, let’s say your particular large featherless assistant tends to assume you are hungry whenever she is.

She also likes to see you finish whatever you start…whether you took that first bite just to be polite or not.

So signaling that you are full can then become more challenging.

Oh, well, sure - I'll try a bite of that green thing.
Oh, well, sure – I’ll try a bite of that green thing.
I'm not really hungry but I can fit in a nibble or two.
I’m not really hungry but I can fit in a nibble or two.
Okay, maybe just one more teensy bit for the road.
Okay, it is quite flavorful – maybe just one more teensy tidbit for the road.
Oh sheesh. Here we go.
Oh sheesh. Here we go.
It would seem it is time to display the universal signal for "fullness"....
It would seem it is time to display the universal signal for “fullness”….

With love (& lots of feathers),

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Published by Shannon Cutts

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

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