Life is such that tastes change. First we like sweet and disgusting things, then, little by little, the taste buds are refined and we end up eating things that the person we were at 3 years old would never have imagined eating. As, at the same time, she no longer exists, this person, she better go fuck herself.
First, you take a sip of it to play grown-ups and make an ugly face. Then, around 18, you realize that you need it to work. Then, we drink 50 a day and we pride ourselves on knowing about coffee. Then we have a heart attack.
First, you take a sip of it to play grown-ups and make an ugly face. Then, around 18, you realize that you need it to have fun. Then, we drink a liter a day and we pride ourselves on knowing about it. Then we have a heart attack.
First, we tell ourselves that we will never taste raw fish. Then, around 12 years old, you realize that it’s good and that it makes you less fat than a kebab. Then we eat it every Monday because it’s a ritual. Then we turn into fish ourselves.
First, we kind of take a sip of it because we’ve been told it’s good and fine, and we make an awful face, since it’s William Lawson. Then, around 30, an asshole offers us a bottle of Japanese whiskey and we can’t help but take it out to show off in front of the guests. Then, we drink a small one every evening, we pride ourselves on knowing about whisky. Then, you have a depression at 50 in your club chair.
5. Foie Gras
First, we eat a little at Christmas, and we find it not horrible, but too strong. Then, around 14, you realize that it’s made by killing animals and you boycott. Then we wait for Christmas to eat again, after all it’s Christmas, we have the right. Then we eat it as soon as there is an opportunity. Then you gain 50 kilos and you die of a heart attack. The best thing is never to start this infernal food, the fruit of animal torture.
First, we find it really disgusting and tasteless. Then we kinda like it, but someone has the smarts to say it looks like a mollard. Then, we learn that it is alive and it is decided, we will eat more of it. Then, around the age of 25, you realize that it’s still really good with shallot vinegar and you say to yourself that you would like to eat it all the time. Then, at 40, you start dreaming of weekends by the sea with oysters and white wine. Then you eat a bad one and die of food poisoning.
7. Dark chocolate
First of all, it’s out of the question to eat such a bitter thing when milk chocolate exists. Then, around 18, there are no more Kinder Buenos in the fridge and we take a square of dark chocolate. Then you take it with your coffee. Then we drink 50 coffees a day and subsequently make ourselves a whole bar of dark chocolate. Then you get a bitter taste in your mouth, but you’re addicted.
First, we think it’s really a stupid thing that drives people crazy. Then we start seeing people who have more than us, and it drives us crazy. Then, we try to earn as much as possible while always having the impression of not earning enough. Then you die wondering what you could have done with your life.
9. Jacques Chirac
First, we say to ourselves that in fact he is really too bad and that Balladur is better. Then, we fire our cutie, but we absolutely regret it right away and we complain for 12 years that Chirac is hell. Then, we elect Sarkozy and we regret Chirac. Then he dies, then he actually doesn’t die and you wonder why we have so much empathy, then he really dies.
First, we tell ourselves that it does not exist. Then you realize that it exists and you don’t like it at all and it freaks you out. Then, to forget that it exists, we drink wine and coffee, we eat foie gras, oysters and chocolate, we are old, tired and we fall ill. Then we have pain and we wait for death so that the pain stops.