1: Have your water at temp, ready to mash in.
2: Have your crushed grain ready
Then talk about the "difficult" parts
(in a sarcastic voice)" I know this is a difficult and complicated process, I'm not sure you can do it"
1: Getting the crushed grain
"Can you purchase some crushed grain for a recipe from your LHBS?"
2: Mixing it
"Do you think that you might be able to heat some water up to 162F in a kettle?"
"Great, I thought I might lose you with that.
Do you think that you may be able to add xx qts of that water to this cooler?
Now the real hard part, do you think that maybe, just maybe you might be able to mix the crushed grain with the water in the cooler?, I know that this is real hard??
Awesome, Now do you think that you might be able to close the lid and leave it alone for an hour and enjoy a beer?
You sure now, This is the very difficult process of converting starches into sugars.
Do you think that you could drain the liquid out into your kettle? Maybe???
Hmm, that looks a little short, Do you think you could, and I know this is real hard, add 6 gallons less than the amount of liquid you just drained of hot rinse water into the cooler.
Now just to make sure you can get this right, drain it into the kettle?
well you got the idea.