Problem: Everyone in the office is sick. All employees would like The Manager to take care of them. The Manager would like someone to take care of her. The CEO is at The Other Office, and anyway, he's sick, too. Resources are spread thin. Everyone is getting a little bit of what they need, but overall no one is getting enough. Employee dissatisfaction is high. An all-company meltdown is imminent.

Solution: A big cup of Dunkin Donuts hot chocolate--er, coffee, to the employees it's coffee--piled high with marshmallows. It solves everything.

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  1. Andria says:

    whatever it takes to get you through.

    I drank chocolate milk every morning when pregnant with Wyatt and I would tell Dellaina is was "mama's milk" - Dellaina had her milk and I had mine and she would accept it. She loves her regular milk so much, we've never given her chocolate milk because we don't want her demanding it all the time.

  1. penelope says:

    No kidding, on not wanting to hear that demand all the time. It's also fine with me for now if marshmallows remain a mystery.

  1. Andria says:

    unfortunately, we've already revealed marshmallows to Dellaina, when I got strawberry ones for her Easter eggs to hunt - I couldn't come up with something to take to day care for kids that age (14 months) and was intrigued by them in the store one day. But it's been a while since she's had any. . .

  1. Smile says:

    Coping strategies 101.

    Soft gooey sweet marshmallows.