Wednesday, August 15, 2012

It all started with one little innocent Kit Kat...

     There once was a lady who worked in a high-rise office building in London. Every day for her coffee break she went down to the first floor cafeteria, and purchased a Kit kat candy bar from the vending machine, and a cup of coffee. This day was no different. After finding a small table in the corner and seating herself, she leaned over to grab her cell phone out of her purse. When she sat up again, an gentleman had seated him self across from her at the table. He had a cup of coffee, a doughnut and her Kit Kat bar in his mouth. He didn’t apologize, or offer any explanation. He simply ate it.

     She was surprised and irritated, but said nothing. As quickly as possible she drank her coffee. The more she thought about it, however, the angrier she became. Finally she stood to leave and stomped over beside him, grabbing the remnant of his doughnut and stuffing in her mouth. As best as she could she said, “There now. How does that feel?” and marched back to her office, where she again opened her purse to replace her cell phone. To her horror, there on top was her Kit Kat candy bar!

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     Can you imagine what he was thinking when she stuffed his donut in her mouth!!! He must have been thinking, “wow, that lady has serious issues!!!!” :) And imagine if she ever saw him again, somewhere in the building, imagine him starting a conversation off, “Hey, you’re the lady who ate my doughnut and yelled, “how does that feel,” aren’t you? Were you having a bad day?”

Now I need to go find some sugar, except that my mom is on a really bad health kick, and there's hardly any in the house!!! She did decide not to eliminate chocolate, which was good of her, because otherwise I would have died, and then she might feel bad. :)

Chocolate, that sounds good.....
Becca Anne

1 comment:

  1. Hey Becca! Do you remember me? I'm the girl who wrote A Bit Of Seawater.:)
    Your blog was recommended to me.:) I love the Kit Kat story! How mortifying that would be! O.O


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