I got a little box of sushi for lunch the other day, along with a bunch of other stuff. I threw an attractive chocolate bar alongside my order. I took the chocolate back to the office, and opened it, with the intent to offer it around to the team.
As I turned the bar over to unwrap it, I was shocked that I’d spent $5.95 for a chocolate bar. I took a somewhat disgruntled, even skeptical, bite—wondering how it could possibly be worth that much money.
It was. All plans for sharing the chocolate slipped right out of my head. I nibbled away at half the bar, and carefully wrapped up the remainder for future enjoyment.
Here’s the product that was too good to share: