Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Technical Term: Gut Sweep

Definition: The downward sweeping motion performed to remove crumbs from the torso area of a shirt.

Location: Over a sink, trash can, garage or back porch.

Notes: The gut sweep follows the use of a gut tray. A gut sweep works best with a cotton shirt. Do not perform without shirt as food particles may become smeared on skin or lodged in navel. Do not attempt with a sweater or fleece, as static discharge may occur. This activity is only recommended to be performed without spousal supervision. An accentuation of the gut's natural slope is advised to help minimize the loss of crumbs during transit from couch to the gut sweep location.

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