(Rules for) Living Life on the Lime (701)


A) When you see a five-pound sweet potato, buy it. Then bring it home, dance with it for exercise, dress it up and make fries.

  1. Don’t forget the turmeric.

B) Point out all the fallacies in your friends’ writing. They might like you less, but they might like you more, and their writing could even improve.

  1. This is called, “Doing the Tuttle.”
  2. It might be good to wait for them to ask.

C) Put twins to bed sometime. Also teach them to say “uh oh” when they drop things or fall down.

D) Pumpkin pie is the best pie.

This message is brought to you by The Twin Mobiles, for Rambunctious Babies Who Are Also Awake


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