I blame a fellow blogger for this post…He had to go and mention squirrels thinking devious thoughts and look what happened….a squirrel had a devious thought! It’s all your fault El Guapo!
Once upon a time, yesterday, there was a devious squirrel…It was too close to the raccoon nest and I had to wonder…Was it plotting to somehow sneak in around “Mommy” and harass the baby or babies?
The raccoon mother was awake a mere 30 seconds before this and probably still was…how she did not hear this squirrel approach I’ll never know. Luckily for the squirrel, she wasn’t aware…this could have turned out very badly for the devious squirrel!
Since recipe blogs are so popular in the blog world, I decided to share a few of mine with all of you. If you can’t find all of the ingredients, don’t worry about it, the recipe probably isn’t going to turn out anyway.
First you find a squirrel that is between four and six inches tall and weighs about four ounces.
Next, tell him that you plan to fill a paper bag with powdered sugar, then you will put him into it and shake him around vigorously. Do not respond to any of the swearing that he does, it just makes them swear more.
Present the squirrel with a visual aide, just to let him know what it would be like in the bag.
Before he can consider his options, snatch him up and shake him in the bag…for at least fifteen minutes. When the timer goes off, pour him out of the bag. You should have a tasty little sugar covered squirrel who is quite happy with his appearance. Makes 0 servings. (Remember, be kind to animals.)