Thursday Thriller: Pearl Cutts in “A Crepe A Day”

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Just like professional athletes who are training vigorously to win contests, “black ops” secret agents must consume adequate numbers of calories to sustain them in their physically and mentally taxing daily work.

The best and most nourishing nutrients, of course, are found in the food group the large featherless beings call “carbs.”

Carbs make all your fetching feathers look so glossy. They fill up your belly so well. They are so tasty (especially when your personal Small Chef makes them for you).

Also, since your large featherless assistant is often trying to avoid eating too many carbs, this means there is always a plentiful supply for you!

Love & Feathers is proud to present the world-famous and feathery actor Pearl Cutts in his latest one-avian play:

“A Crepe A Day”

When ticket holders enter the theater, they see a colorful platter upon which a large, flat, round delicacy lays.

The delicacy looks delicious – so delicious, in fact, that a few in the audience faint from the exertion of trying to figure out if they will have time to visit the snack bar before the show starts.

After several “thuds” from the direction of the audience, the star strides on stage. There is more “thudding.” He poses for a few paparazzi shots while he waits for silence in the house.

Well, yes, you can go ahead and get a photo of this good side “with crepe.”
Yes, I agree that both of my sides look very good and worthy of photo-ops.
Now I must get down to chowing. I will need plenty of “carbs” for my next super-secret assignment as .007, pint-sized super spy.
Nom, nom, nom… I am not at liberty to discuss my next covert assignment. Nom, nom, nom….
Well, yes, of course it is covert. Yes, VERY covert.
Yes, I will need to consume at least one of these each day leading up to “mission day.”
How do I stay so slim and trim, you ask? That is classified.

The famous and feathery actor resumes his nourishing pre-mission snack as ushers distribute napkins to audience members who can no longer control their drooling.

As the curtain closes and the house lights go up, great growling sounds can be heard from the mid-sections of the theatergoers as they exit the theater.

The. End.


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Published by Shannon Cutts

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

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