Go to your local market on market day.
Find the pretzel lady. Try not to get there too late. She leaves when she sells out and she sells out often.
Take a minute, make sure you choose the right pretzel.
Or just grab any of them because they’re all the same for heaven’s sake.
Use the tongs provided.
Put pretzel in backpack and take to your desk to eat later.
OR (better idea) eat while walking in the sun.
Last, but most important point: the instant you realize you’re too far away to go back for more, kick yourself for buying only one.
Other (not always) wordless friends:
6 thoughts on “wordless wednesday (aka: instructions for pretzels)”
I had no idea there was such a thing as ONE pretzel. What a glorious array. How hard it must be not to buy out her entire supply in a go! Love this Carin — and the very helpful instructions! Yum.
Turns out there isn’t such a thing, Barbara. I’m still thinking of the others that were meant to go with it.
Ahh geez … now I’m hungry for a warm, yummy one of those … and thirsty too for an ice cold brew!
Wanna open a pretzel stall? I’ll knead and knot and you can sell and advise customers.