My name is Carlos Chocodonza. I am a Milkinis chocolate bar. When I was nineteen, my father took me to Chocolate Army’s Military Academy. After 6 years of hard training, when I was a sergeant, I participated at my first battle on the front. It was very easy. We just threw hot chocolate on the White Chocolate’s bunkers. We were at war with them. The hardest battle came in 1983. It was called “The Battle of Heidi Field”. It’s a large field surrounded by Belgian Truffle Mountains and woods with chocolate trees.
Now let’s go to the important things. It all began like this: we had just arrived in the jeeps to the field. The White Chocolate Army soldiers were in their bunkers. They sent some of them to attack us, but we shot them with the hot chocolate guns.
-“Let’s go to our trenches. Quick!”, said our master, Captain Arnold Schwarzmilkenner.
He was a German chocolate bar. After his brother died, he became very strict and mad. I think now he is in the asylum (or dead).
-“Sergeant Chocodonza!!!” , yelled Captain Schwarzmilkenner. “Are your legs broken and you can’t run? Run! Run!”
-“Yes, sir !!!”
When we arrived at the trenches, the battle started. Dark chocolate and white chocolate bullets were jumping through the air. I defeates a lot of hostiles, but I took a bullet in my left leg.
-“Resist them!”, said Cap (this is what we called him).
-“Yes, sir!”. This is what he wanted us to call him.
-“Ok, Corporal Milkasin, Private Heidin, Sergeant Chocodonza. Come with me. We will try to flank them.”
Me, Cap and the other soldiers whom he mentioned sat on the ground, and we went to their trenches.
-“Open fire!!!”, shouted Cap.
We began to atack them, but Corporal Milkasin was shot, too.
-“Corporal Milkasin is C. I. A (Covered in Action), sir!”, I said.
-“I know, Chocodonza ! Be sure you don’t share his fate, too.”
After we eliminated all the enemies from the trenches, we advanced to their bunkers. But I heard a noise.
-“Cap, I think planes are coming.”
We watched the sky. White Chocolate planes started to throw hot white chocolate missiles.
– „Run for your life, soldiers !!!” said Cap.
We ran to the trenches. A lot of comrades were hit by the explosions. I was angry. Cap was wounded.
But I didn’t run. I took Cap on my shoulders and I took him to our trenches.
-“I need a chocolate grenade launcher”, I said.
-“Here it is”, said another soldier.
I took it. I ran to the enemy bunkers and I launched a lot of chocolate grenades. I destroyed two-thirds of them. Then, I jumped into the third bunker. I neutralized the hostiles inside of it, and then I placed a chocolate bomb. At the moment the chocolate bomb exploded, I jumped from the bunker. Then I went back to Cap.
-“Chocodonza, you are the bravest soldier of this army”, he said.
-“Thank you very much, sir.”
I carried him to the jeeps, and we went back to the military HQ (headquarters).
This was my story. I did more brave things, but this was the bravest.