Friday, June 29, 2007

An Enormous Change aka Dr. Pepper vs. Coke

Ask anyone. I hated Coke.

With a vengence. I put it down, insulted it, and teased those who drank it. It was my enemy. I would far rather drink (sewer) water than drink it.

And I loved Dr. Pepper.

My favorite drink, a delicious break from life.
My friend. For a while it was all I drank.

Then, one day i was at work. The water was gone, and the machine was out of my friend Dr. Pepper. In fact, the only thing left was Coke. I felt terrible. My friend had abandoned me, and left me sitting in front of my enemy. I was thirsting to death. There was but one choice:
I got a Coke.
I took a sip.
Then I realized this enemy I'd had for so long wasn't so bad at all. In fact, it was great!
So I made a new friend. Dr. Pepper I still like, but Coke isn't bad at all.

Explanation for those of you who didn't get it:
1. I have hated Coke all my life
2. Now I like Coke
(my that was easier to say)


Strider said...

wow. that took a long time to say. But I would have said it in that many words also, so it's okay

Jes said...

That was completely random, lol. The blog, I mean.

So I did some "googling" on Butterflies and Moths and this is what i have come up with:

At night, or during inclement weather, most butterflies perch on the underside of a leaf, crawl deep between blades of grass or into a crevice in rocks, or find some other shelter, and sleep.


Night-flying moths attract mates by smell, while their colors camouflage them in daytime resting places.

So there you have it, I guess.

<3 Jessie

Anonymous said...

uhh, I know this is going to sound weird, but I'm searching for these lyrics to a song I used to know as I child (learned it at camp) and eventually knew how to play it on guitar... it's called "PEPPER IS MY FRIEND", just wondered if you had any..... thoughts ... on that
By the way, I thought that was a pretty cool and relevant account!