I guess it's a good thing I stand on my feet all day. That's mostly the only exercise I get.
So when I was walking through Aisle 2, I came upon this mysterious package:
Now, a chocolate delight could be almost anything. And since I've tried everything in the store, I wondered how this could have slipped past me and when exactly we had gotten it. But then I remembered that the Hostess Company died and we were left without Twinkies forever.
Anyway, I decided to buy this, rip open the package and feast my eyes on this:
Kind of looks like a piece of poop, doesn't it? No? Well, I thought so.
I wanted to try an experiment and place this on the floor of the public bathroom next to the toilet to see what customers would do when they saw this. Would they leave the bathroom immediately and not say a word about what they saw? Or would they bend down to get a closer look (which would be disgusting because then you are getting closer to what could possibly be someone else's shit).
Would any of them tell us there was something mysterious on the floor?
I was all set to conduct my experiment and when I headed toward the bathroom carrying this in the palm of my hand, my dad asked me what I was doing so I had to tell him.
Then he told me, "No." That I wasn't allowed to do that. So there went that.
I walked, defeated, into the back office where I sat on the chair and silently devoured it.
Even though it's not that attractive looking, I have to say that this thing was fucking delicious.
There was marshmallow on the inside, which added to its sweetness. The best part was the top; it tasted like frosting on a cake.
About a minute later it was gone and I was licking my fingers trying to get every last bit of it.
Normally I don't care for this stuff, but I'll have to make sure I avoid Aisle 2 for awhile so I don't eat one of these every day. Either that, or I could let one go moldy and that way I won't be tempted by it again.
I would definitely eat one of these again, but I won't. I want to make sure I can still fit through the door to go to work.