Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tricks of the Trade

Recently I found out some people don't know how to do some of the most basic flirting technique known to mankind.

Like How to tie a cherry stem with your tongue. I admit I am an early bloomer and my mother kept a chair of neon red maraschino cherries in the fridge ( because you can always have a sundae on a monday)
So here is a step by step process

Select an appropriate stem. The longer the better, and the softer the better (maraschino cherries are good because they're already very soft).

Fold the stem in half around the tip of your tongue. The easiest way to do this is lengthwise, so that the folded stem lies along the length of your tongue, one end on the top of your tongue, one end on the bottom.

Take the folded stem between your front teeth. Bite down gently until the two ends cross over, forming a loop with an X-shape crossover of the stem ends

Holding one end of the stem with your teeth, use the tip of your tongue to push the other end of the stem through the loop that you've made. Try using your teeth to rotate the looped stem toward the end you are trying to push through. This might take a few minutes, but it is possible, especially with practice!

Take it out and display your knotted cherry stem!

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