A Refined Approach To Candy

| Related | August 7, 2013

(I am working in a candy store. There are a lot of small children, which means a lot of small children fussing, whining, complaining, begging, threatening, and so on. A mother is helping her daughter select candies, and once she finishes, mutters to herself that she might as well get some candy of her own, too. The daughter does not seem to hear this; she only sees her mother starting to put an unwanted candy into the bag.)

Daughter: “Mummy! No, thank you! Mummy, please! I would not like that! MUMMY! No, THANK you! I would not LIKE that, Mummy! Mummy, PLEASE! NO, THANK YOU! I WOULD NOT LIKE THAT! NO, THANK YOU!”

(Politest tantrum ever!)

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