Okay, you bought your Shortstack and now your'e saying, "But Timothy, after I finish reading it and telling all my friends about it, what else can I do with it?"
And that's why we're here. To help. Ignore all those household hints columns. Here's what you do.
You can have a Shortstack for breakfast.
Good with maple syrup and coffee
If it's past 3 p.m. in New York and therefore too late for breakfast, try a Shortstack sandwich for lunch.
Hold the mayo.
Late night dinner? Sure.
Goes well with cabernet sauvignon.
Table wobbles at dinner. Not a problem
You might need two.
Like some toast with that breakfast? Of course.
Try it with strawberry jam.
Running low in the Necessary?
No need for a trip to the pharmacy.
You could just chill with it...
next to the ice cubes...
Or recycle it...
Paper, not plastic
There's always the old "put it on a bookshelf."
File it next to Mark Twain, please.
Or even read it again.
Open it first.
There you have it.
Except all those things are difficult with the eBook.
You could use it to frighten the children.
Now for the quiz. What do these three books have in common?
Books that should be in everyone's library.
It's not that the authors all liked cats.
Nope. It's not that the authors were drunk when they wrote the books.
No, not because the words all came from a dictionary.
Well, what do you think? Post your guess in the comments. If you know for certain, put a little star at the end of your answer, like this *.
Thanks for reading. Next time?