Growing up in a small town (about 1500 residents) I got to know many (if not all) of the people I went to school with. This meant that I knew everyone really well and they knew me really well too. So most people knew that I had a bad habit of talking way to much and that the longer they were around me the more annoying it could get. This brings me to the point of my story.

One of the kids in my sister's class was the kind of person who told the truth in really unorthodox ways. He would deliberately find the strangest, funniest ways to say everything even if it was a little mean (though he never meant to make anyone mad). He, my sister, and I hung out a lot together at school and one day he looked over at me and said, "I'm not trying to be rude or anything but do you want to know how I would describe you?"

I said, "sure, why not."

He answered, "you're like a bar of chocolate...good in moderation."

I was so caught off guard by what he said I couldn't say anything, I could only of how true it was.
UnknowntotheWorld UnknowntotheWorld
18-21, F
Aug 16, 2012