As I prepare the house for market, my wife has invited some expert “stagers” to view the home. I’m feeling the need to follow them through the house and narrate the tour with a British accent as though it were a National Geographic special:
“Here is where they feed their young, each eating its fill based on seniority in the pack. No morsel spared, the den may even be damaged during the meal. In this area, the young occasionally clean themselves, shedding their outer garments, where they remain on the floor until a parent cleans the burrow. Occasionally, the father considers eating the young, just to keep the den clean enough to function.”
Good luck, stagers.