Sunday, February 13, 2011

Chocolate Induced Heart Attacks

Valentines Day is by far my least favorite holiday. It's all a scam to get people to blow a bunch of money on candy, cards, and flowers. If you really loved someone, you wouldn't need a holiday to to do something nice for them. 

On Friday my friend was having an "I Hate Valentines Day" party. We wrote a bunch of sappy love quotes on post-it notes and then lit them on fire one by one (which, come to think of it, is a very good way to take out anger without actually harming anyone.) Then we roasted a bunch of heart shaped marshmallows and ate them. (they taste the best when they are completely burnt :] ) Then, like the girls we are, we ended up just gossiping for the rest of it.

Oh yeah! I forget to say- I figured out why valentines gifts are always so fattening! It's because most of the people that are receiving them are already in a relationship, so it doesn't matter how fat they get.

Abby Noel

P.S. The title of this is a complete lie because having a little bit of chocolate each day can reduce the risk of heart attacks. Although, I doubt eating a big chocolate heart filled with peanut butter would help a whole lot.

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