Nap Segment Insights

Welcome back to Nap Segment Insights, a weekly series dedicated to everyone’s favorite type of seg: napping!

This week we’ll be going over a very important part of any nap seg: the snacks. Sure, staring at Elp until he caves and gives us cookies works, but it’s nice to roast your own marshmallows and breadsticks over the fire.

The first step is to build a campfire. You can do this by gathering branches, both small and large. Make a small clearing in the dirt and lean the smaller branches against each other, then build up until the biggest branches are in place. Next, find some dried leaves and put them in the center of your pile as tinder. Finally, go back home and order takeout and let your friends try to light the branches without matches, since you took the match box with you. Good job.

Of course, another option is to make your
own snacks
. A popular option in Help Force is chocolate chip cookies. These are very easy to make. The simplest way is to buy a cookie plant and wait for the cookies to ripen. Caring for a cookie tree can be very complicated, but as long as you know what you’re doing it’s not too hard. The most important thing to remember is that your plant will need up to three cups of milk a day and a bedtime story. It’s rumored that if you don’t do this for your tree, it will become spiteful and grow
cookies instead of chocolate chip. If I were you, I wouldn’t risk it.

Of course, there are some people who insist on making food the old-fashioned way: cooking. This method is effective but very time-consuming. The actual cooking is very quick, but the time it takes to convince your friends that you do know how to cook and you won’t serve roast puffles as a prank can take quite a while.

(Note: joking about the puffles doesn’t really help, either. No one trusts me to cook anything anymore.)

That’s all for this week’s insight. Curious about anything nap or snack related? Comment below and I’ll write all about it! Until next week, comrades.

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