} Oh, articulate supplicant,
} When I first received this question, I assumed that you were just
} another clueless supplicant who mistyped a question. "Kip" is just
} not a word used in everyday talk. However, I looked it up in my
} Funk & Wagnalls, and, sure enough, there it is:
} Kip, n.: A small bundle of animal hides, esp. from small animals.
} My apologies for assuming your ignorance. You must actually
} have a vocabulary superior to most of your mortal friends.
} At any rate, to your question: The answer should be obvious.
} Find yourself a cheese slicer - you know, the kind with
} the wire and the yellow roller. Hold it in your left hand, and place
} it on the outside of your right arm just below your shoulder.
} Pressing hard, run it down your arm to the elbow. This should
} neatly remove a quarter-inch thick layer of dermis. Lay the
} piece out on a table, draw an outline of a selected small
} animal as it appears in pelt form, and use an Exacto knife
} to cut the removed skin into the outlined shape. Discard the
} excess. Cut a two-foot length of string, and lay it on the table.
} Lay the newly-created pelt on the middle of the string.
} Repeat this several times, using different parts of your body,
} until you have a small pile of pelts in the middle of the string.
} Now, lift both ends of the string, bring them together over the pile,
} and tie them in a knot, creating a bundle. You are now like Kip.
} You owe the Oracle a LOT of aloe vera lotion.