No one who does this to chocolate should go unpunished. Any desecration of chocolate is one of the most heinous things that can be done – but to do this to this famous four-finger bar that perfectly combined wafer and chocolate, sadly, there are no words for this behavior. However, there is one main major point to the defense – it is great chocolate.
Maybe if we found this in the pantry, we would probably do the same. At the same time, the great perfectionist would never leave a chunk of it missing. No trace of it would be found.
One of these balls did not get the memo about the lockdown ending. We’re not going to mention any names, but the ball knows exactly which one it is. Perhaps, this is peer pressure, and the one candidate did not want to give in and join the others in the Newtonian Cradle dance.
I mean, Newton's Cradle balls are individuals, after all. This one clearly is – but as we said, no mentioning any names, in case the other ones are listening.
Embracing the Darkness
While most of us admit multiway switching was a great invention, this is not what is happening here. There is either a very stubborn light switch, or there is an individual who has not learned to embrace the darkness completely yet. Or perhaps, this is how the process of vampire transformation truly takes place – that is, in a modern setting.
Perhaps, sooner or later, when the transformation is complete, the final switch will be nudged down, and the perfectionist vampires can breathe a sigh of relief. We don’t know what is harder – being a perfectionist or a vampire in the modern world.
It looks like parks and schools have upgraded their ways of dealing with the school outcast. I mean, this park has created a special seat reserved for pariahs. Of course, there is only one of them, but two of the ostracized peers can sit there and face everything but their peers.
And to think that peer pressure and ostracization were hard when we were at school. No, it is definitely on another level when you have seats designed specifically for pariahs. Now, that’s harsh, even for teenagers.
Unlucky Number Nine
It turns out that numbers can be inconsiderate too! Just look at that audacious missing $0.01. The number of gallons is so perfect. So round. Literally 10/10. What a thing of beauty. The price, however? A travesty. An aggravating, groan-worthy annoyance.
It makes our little perfectionist hearts sad. So sad that we would almost have been tempted to purchase an extra gallon to see if it would even things out for us. Sure, the bottom won't read that perfect 10 anymore, but if it rounds up the dollars than it might just be worth it.