Day 45: Here We Come a Waffling

In many featherless flocks, there is a tradition to consume a festive beverage called “wassail.”

In fact, sometimes whole flocks will band together and start loudly singing in the streets about how much they like it.

They do this until the neighbors open their doors to give the singers free wassail.

When you have feathers, it is easy to see the wisdom of this method.

For instance, when you want a tasty waffle, all you do is “sing” as loudly as possible until your large featherless assistant brings you one.

Works like a charm.

Well, shoot, that sure took long enough. I thought I was going to have to sing all day!

Well that took long enough. I thought I was going to have to sing all day!

Lucky for her, this looks both crunchy and delicious.

But this looks both crunchy and delicious – worth waiting for.

Although I will never figure out why the featherless ones sing for wassail when they could sing for waffles instead.

Although I will never figure out why the featherless ones sing for wassail when they could sing for waffles instead.

There is really no comparison - in flavor, in texture, in anything that matters.

So scrumptious, so filling, so tasty, so much better than some silly drink.

WHOA. Wait a minute. Maybe they don't know they could ask for waffles instead. MOM!!!!

WHOA. Wait a minute. Maybe those poor hungry souls don’t know they could ask for waffles instead. Oh no! MOM!!!!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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