Most of us have experienced those desperate moments where we’ve found ourselves stuck in class, horribly bored and anxiously waiting for the lecture to end. The moments where every second feels like eternity, and the lecturer looks like our biggest nemesis.
After a while, we find ourselves drifting away into a fantasy world—where we are Picasso and our notebook is our canvas. And thus begins our artistic masterpiece, and we realise how good (or bad) of an artist we are.
But what do people draw when they’re bored and hungry? Let us tell you.
Nothing soothes the turbulent emotions like dessert. Doodle your favourite dish, and feel better instantly. This lecture too shall pass.
Chocolate has more varieties than the languages and religions we have in the entire world, so we’re sure there is one flavour of this amazing thing that’s made for each one us. Draw out the square blocks, whenever you feel like. Or if you feel more creative, draw heart-shaped chocolates, or star-shaped ones—the sky is your limit.
Whoever snuck the ‘s’ into fast food was a clever man and we all should give him credit for that.
Because we love to eat fast food, the inner talent within us to doodle upon such things comes naturally, and doodling many of these is very easy.
Fruits and Vegetables
We’ve all heard the famous saying—”An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”
Fruits are easily available, tasty, quick to eat, and not to forget our main criteria—easy to doodle. And for the vegetables part, we all end up going to subway for a wholesome meal and we all love our vegetables paired with awesome sauces.
Quick tip: Pair strawberries with Nutella or chocolate sauce and you’ll get the best of both the worlds. Or you can also top some apple with honey.
Bread lessens all our sorrows. Good bread is the most satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter is the greatest of feasts. Doodling bread is something which even a kindergarten child can show creativity with.
Sometimes when we are done imagining and doodling food, we doodle the answer to the question,“What would you like to have along with your food?”
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