Taking Sweets from Strangers!

Sweets from strangers - Fresh Milk Clothing Company5pm and I knew I had some more work to do but my brain was totally fried and I was exhausted so there was no point continuing unless I took a small break.

I decided I’d pop out quickly for a coffee and 2 minutes of fresh air so I ran around the corner to O’Connaill’s Coffee and Chocolate Cafe for a breather and a jolt of caffeine to keep me going for another while.

I ordered an Americano and while I was waiting a retired gentleman came behind me in the queue, with three large bars of chocolate in his hand.

It’s a big weakness of mine” he piped up as we both waited in the queue. He said the chocolate in there was gorgeous and told me that last week he actually broke a tooth while satisfying his craving!

Fair play, we all deserve a treat every now and then” I said to him. “Have you tried the dark chocolate from here yet?” he asked.

Before I knew it he had his giant bar of dark chocolate opened and two big pieces were broken off and put in my hand. What a gentleman!

It warmed me up to think that in a queue in a shop in Cork two strangers can have a polite conversation and end up sharing some chocolate.

Maybe sometimes it’s a good thing to take chocolate from strangers!

Greg Canty is a partner of Fuzion

The really cool image is courtesy of the Fresh Milk Clothing Company – you can buy t-shirts with this visual on them and many more of course!

Fuzion are a Marketing and PR firm with Offices in Dublin and Cork

 

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7 Responses to “Taking Sweets from Strangers!”

  1. Aidan Kelly Says:

    Lots of good people still around Greg!

  2. irishminx Says:

    Lovely story Greg, great for a Monday too 🙂

  3. Fergal Bell Says:

    That sounds like a bright point to the day. I had a look on Foursquare and Tripadvisor and the coffee shop has had great reviews.

    I’ll have to tell my sister to go in the next time she’s down in Cork – she’s a pure chocaholic!

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