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Short story

This is the story of the little sugar sachet.

Once upon a time there was a little sugar sachet. It used to happily stay with his family and friends in a glass near the coffee machine. Days passed by and the glass got more and more empty. Some of the other little sugar sachets have been used to make delicious coffee. And this was their purpose, no one got mad or sad about it. They all met after in the trash can. And continued there with their stories and games.

You see, the life of a sugar sachet is not very long, but as long as they make the people using them happy, it’s all good.

One day an employee took our little sugar sachet and used it. Unfortunately our little sugar sachet didn’t end up with his friends and family in the garbage. He ended up on the floor!

The little sugar sachet was so incredibly sad! It cried and cried, it prayed that another employee picks him up and puts him with his family and friends in the trash can… but nobody did.

Days went by and the little sugar sachet felt more and more depressed. He wanted to talk with the employees, but didn’t have a mouth. He wanted to climb somehow alone in the trash can, but didn’t have any arms or legs. It felt really discouraged to see that the employees just pass him by as it never existed.

After 4 long days, a nice young employee saw the little depressed sugar sachet. She picked it up and threw it in the garbage, where the family and friends were waiting. They all were so happy! Finally together! After all this time!

The end.

PS: Who ever you are, whatever you do, wherever you live, pick up your own fucking trash! It’s a question of respect towards your fellow workers. Also, nobody wants to see a sad little sugar sachet, right? 🙂


2 comments on “Short story

  1. norisor24
    September 4, 2015

    Nice…:* but was expecting something with more depth while reading the story


    • C.M.
      September 4, 2015

      Well, no depth today. Just plain common sense 🙂


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