You may not know me, but I love Kit Kats. I think they are a great candy and have been eating them since I was a child. However, in recent years, I‘ve started to get hate for how I eat my Kit Kats. You see, instead of breaking my Kit Kats before biting into them, like most people do, I simply bite into them whole. And you know what? That‘s OK! It‘s perfectly fine that that is how I want to eat my KitKat! Just because it isn‘t the norm doesn‘t mean it isn‘t right! Why can‘t we all just be more accepting of others? Why can‘t we all just accept each other for who we are and not judge each other based on our actions? Doesn‘t everyone deserve basic human compassion? We‘re all just people after all.
It‘s times like this that I think back to the founding principles of our country. You know, “All men are created equal“ and “We hold these truths to be self–evident, that all men are created equal.” That‘s what this country was founded on! And it isn‘t just in the Constitution either. It‘s in the Declaration of Independence! We can‘t just ignore those words because they are inconvenient for us. They‘re there for a reason!
So please, next time you see me eating my Kit Kats whole, don‘t give me dirty looks or mock me. Just accept me for who I am and let me live my life how I want to live it.