If Halloween teaches us anything, it’s that people (of all ages) don’t f*ck around when it comes to candy.
Kansas State University student, Hunter Jobbins, recently parked his car in front of his dormitory for a brief 15 minutes. However, he made one brutal mistake: he left a Kit Kat bar in his car’s cupholder while he was gone. And, in those 15 minutes, that Kit Kat bar caught some hungry stranger’s eye.
The anonymous candy-lover apparently opened Jobbins’ car door (which was unlocked) and grabbed the candy bar. They didn’t steal anything else or vandalize the car in any way — all they wanted was chocolate.
Fortunately, they left an amazing note behind to apologize for their rude behavior.
The note reads:
Saw Kit Kat in your cupholder. I love Kit Kats so I checked your door and it was unlocked. Did not take anything other than the KitKat. I am sorry and hungry.
Jobbins shared the hilarious note to Twitter, where it has received over 450,000 likes and 169,000 retweets. Because if there’s one thing everybody can relate to, it’s the insatiable need for candy.
The fact that the note was clearly written on a napkin does bring the “hungry” aspect of the chocaholic stranger’s story into question, though. How hungry could one possibly be if they were just in an establishment that distributed napkins — most likely, a food establishment? I mean, I’m no Columbo, but I don’t think this case is totally open-and-shut.
Regardless, Hunter learned the hard way that chocolate is precious and should not be left unattended at any time. Also, college students are essentially hordes of food zombies who will devour everything in their immediate vicinity.