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Chocolate syrup “tagging”???

It disgusts me to know that some kid (or kids) in the community have nothing better to do than to cover one of our cars with chocolate syrup.  I, of course, am assuming “kids” did this Saturday evening, as I would certainly hope an adult wouldn’t have done this.  I suppose it could’ve been worse, if they had used spray paint.  I will say that it’s a REALLY good thing I didn’t catch them in the act.  If any of you have kids, and happen to be missing chocolate syrup from your pantry or fridge, please have words with them.  Thank you.

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