It does? Who knew?
By Robin Red Breast
Ash you may have <hick> notished, I am a bit daffy <hick!>
Having jusht gorged my<hick>shelf on sheveral butterfliesh of<hick> very fine vintage, I’m afraid I may ha<hick> had too mush…
I apologize for that my friends, very unprofessional of me. I only left it in here to illustrate the dangers of too much butterfly. Now as many of you know, Butterflies are vessels possessing the nectar of the bird-gods!! Because they live on flower nectar, their cells are pretty much pickled in delicious fomenting nectar. Let my embarrassment be a lesson to you. It can be extremely dangerous to attempt flying after becoming daffy on too many butterflies.
Should you be so inclined to catch your own butterfly, it can be a bit tricky. They fly in a ridiculously erratic fashion due to their constant state of daffiness.
Step 1: Locate Your TargetButterflies are usually brightly colored and thus easy to spot.
Step 2: Where to WaitThe easiest way to catch a butterfly is to strike when it is guzzling nectar from a flower- Not only is it standing mostly still, it is also distracted.
Step 3: Watch the WingsYou don’t want to get a mouthful of wing because they’re dry and powdery-very unpleasant. Peck under the wings, near the connection of the wings to the body. This will keep them from being able to flap them in your face and allow you to put your foot on their body while removing the wings with your mouth in one fluid motion.
Step 4: AgingDepending on how refined your palette is, you may choose to age this butterfly. If you have the proper facilities, you will be rewarded pleasantly for your patience. Allowing the butterflies nectary goodness to age will strengthen the flavors from the flowers it sipped from and also make you daffy faster!
Butterflies are a delightful treat to partake of in the warmth of the summer months! Be sure to try some before the seasons turn cold. You can thank me later.