TWW is The Warped Woodturner who is a local artist living in a suburb of Springbrook, WI (pop 87). His mission is to use a wood lathe to make interesting but mostly useless objects from locally-sequestered carbon for tourists to bring back to the city to give to people they had to buy something for but don't like that well. His target market is the senior citizens since their vision is not as good as it used to be so cannot see the defects as well.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Abbey's Rules for Successful Freeloading

Abby (not from AZ) was nice enough to pass along some of her rules for being a successful freeloader. All aspiring freeloaders should read her rules carefully. As you read them remember Abbey (not from AZ) is only about 27" tall so that is how she sees the world.


Abbey's (not from AZ) Rules:

1. Be observant. Everything that has two legs is a potential donor (this excludes chairs and tables since they have four legs).

2. Keep your expectations low and do not jump up on people.

3. Always look appreciative when something with two legs notices you even if you have not gotten a handout yet.

4. Never beg, ask favors or tell people how dumb you are by creating a mess you need help with and expect a donation.

5. Use every means possible to show appreciation like looks and tail language.

6. Finally, never leave your premiums in places where people can step on them especially if they are fresh.


Note to new viewers: For more information on the theory of successful country freeloading see this link: LINK

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