I bought a kit kat for lunch. Sitting at the train station ten hours later, waiting for the next train, having missed the first one by mereinches, I remembered my kit kat. I needed a chocolate fix.
Now, I’m a bit funny about the way I eat a kit kat, and so I rarely ever eat them in public. I nibble off all the chocoloate around the edges, and then I pull the wafer layers off one at time with my teeth and eat them. So, it can potentially be a bit messy and time consuming.
I started on the first bar and bit off the thick layer of chocolate that covers the front edge, then moved onto the sides. nibble, nibble, nibble…and then suddenly I realized that in one particular spot, there was an awful lot of chocolate, and I had nibbled my way through the middle of the bar. The wafer bit had stopped, about a 1/4 inch into the bar! I repeated with the other bars and found that all four bars had only a wafer bit at the top end of the bar! I had an almost entirely waferless kit kat.
I was distraught. I only eat kit kats for the wafer bits. I had a hard day at work, I had missed my train and now my kit kat had no wafer layers! I decided to write a letter. Maybe they’ll send me some free kit kats.