It’s springtime in Oregon. The parking lots are filled with opportunities, uh, puddles. Taking advantage of these opportunities is easy:
- Survey the scene to ensure no one is watching.
- Stomp with only one foot at a time. Stomping with both feet results in soggy shoes and soppy socks (if you’re wearing any).
- Lift the “off” foot about six inches to keep it above the splash zone.
- Avoid puddles deeper than about 2-3 inches unless you’re wearing waterproof boots.
On second thought, there’s only one rule for puddle stomping:
- Stomp! Stomp! Stomp!
For advanced springtime fun, consider dancing in the rain.
Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/saranv/ / CC BY 2.0
2 responses to “How to Puddle Stomp”
Nice! Good one. :)
Did you take that picture?
I wish I took the picture. It’s great!
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I use a lot of Flickr pictures under Creative Commons licenses. Looks like I need to consider making the photo credits more obvious.