And finally, a proper tutorial on how to make the best lemonade ever:
First, get lemons, obviously. Then, apply your juggling skills on them until they’re soft enough. Now, the important part is, these juggling skills, they have to be pretty bad. The worse they are, in fact, the better. Now, if you’re really good at juggling, don’t despair - it might take you a while to get the proper softness of the lemon, but nonetheless, you’ll get it eventually. I normally have my kids do the juggling, although I’m pretty bad at it myself. I advise you to do the same. If you don’t have any of your own kids, a little brother or a little sister or cousins or even neighbor’s kids, as long as they’re bad enough at it, will do too. Now, when lemons reach their optimum softness, which is easy to check by simple act of looking at them, although sometimes you’ll need to actually touch them in order to determine if the optimum softness is reached, now you’re ready for the phase two.
Take the lemons to the kitchen and have the professional, or wife or mom, do the rest. Grandmas, in case you’re wondering, can do a pretty good job, too.
Finally, serve your lemonade over ice and enjoy. Of course, first make sure you’re not allergic to lemonade as our youngest one was. He is fine now, but at the time, his head doubled in size.
Now, let’s see what did we use here:
• 6 lemons • some sugar • some water • some giggle • 2 bad jugglers • 1 wife
**On how to get bad at juggling, check my video “How to Get Bad at Juggling”. I haven’t film it yet, but as soon as it’s done, I’ll let you know, which means, you should probably subscribe to my channel now. You know, so I can inform you when the video is ready.