Introduction: How to Open an Andes Mint
In this article we will go over the basic steps to opening an Andes Mint and then disposing of the remains. This instructable is completely open to interpretation and can be modified in any way you may see fit to maximize your Andes Mint opening potential/enjoyment/efficiency.
BTW. The author takes no responsibility for embarrassment, harassment, or any other harm inflicted upon you for reading and/or following these instructions.
Step 1: Set Up
Begin by setting the mint up in front of you. Be sure that all distractions are out of the way and you have a ample amount of time to concentrate on the task at hand. This process could take up to 5 minutes at first but, with time and practice, you might be able to it much quicker than that.
Step 2: Opening
This is the first tricky part of this process. Read slowly and refer to pictures when need.
1. Pick the mint up and face it's bottom towards you (fig. 1)
2. Unfold the bottom flap (fig. 2)
3. Unfold the top flap (fig. 3)
4. Unfold the right flap (fig. 4)
5. Unfold the left flap (fig. 5)
6. Press the opened flaps down onto the table (fig. 6)
7. Verify that the mint is an original Andes brand Mint (fig. 7)
8. If it is an original, take out the mint and enjoy! (fig. 8)
Else, find the store manager and complain with sarcastic remarks and threatening gestures.
Step 3: Disposal of Wrapper
Here is the next tricky part of the process. This is also the most fun and creative step.
1. Fold the empty wrapper in half (fig. 1)
2. Fold it in half again (fig. 2)
3. And again (fig. 3)
4. Now crush it up into a little ball (fig. 4)
5. Here's the fun part, throw it at something (fig. 5)
-someone's drink (fig. 6)
-a girl (fig. 7)
-a whale (fig. 8)
-whatever else deserves to have an empty mint wrapper thrown at them.
Now congratulate yourself, you have joined a prestigious group of individuals. If you did not complete the steps all the way, dust yourself off and try again later, just remember, slow and steady wins the race, and you are rather slow.
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