SB 10.81.8

itthaṁ vicintya vasanāc
 cīra-baddhān dvi-janmanaḥ
svayaṁ jahāra kim idam
 iti pṛthuka-taṇḍulān
Synonyms: 
ittham — in this manner; vicintya — thinking; vasanāt — from the garment; cīra — in a strip of cloth; baddhān — tied up; dvi-janmanaḥ — of the twice-born brāhmaṇa; svayam — Himself; jahāra — He took hold of; kim — what; idam — this; iti — so saying; pṛthuka-taṇḍulān — the grains of flat rice.
Translation: 
Thinking like this, the Lord snatched from the brāhmaṇa’s garment the grains of flat rice tied up in an old piece of cloth and exclaimed, “What is this?