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Yeah, OP, FYL. It's a lazy-ass move that's easier for your parents than actually providing good, healthy food and instilling healthy habits in you from a young age. There are a ton of other things that could make you fat; their plan was flawed and douchebag-y.

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FYI, I knew Santa wasn't real, the toothfairy doesn't exist and that there are no angels when I was 5. I'm glad I did because I grew up without any impractical expectations. . .it's OK love you'll live, I didn't have chocolate until I was 12! And this is not an FML, you should be grateful you didn't turn out fat!

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So what? Chocolate tastes like shi- No. I've never tasted shit so I can't and wont compare like a retard. Chocolate tastes really really bad anyway, I have no idea why some people are obsessed with it. YDI for thinking not eating chocolate is an FML. You totally need to go on MLIG and say: "My parents were awesome and didn't make me eat chocolate as a kid."

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Hahaha I love seeing how everyone reacts to something like this. It's not that big of a deal. I hate chocolate, and I'm fine. And personally, that's a good idea. I might try that >:]

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Liking chocolate does not mean you will be fat. I LOVE chocolate, I just have to use something called self control, and only eat it in moderation. FYL for having parents that were too lazy to teach you that.

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If you're American #79 then I can fully understand why you think chocolate tastes disgusting. You really are sold short over there on that front. Try some belgium chocolate (or swiss) and just eat a tiny bit. Really smooth and delicious

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There's a difference between trying to guide your kids to eat healthfully and lying to them about allergies because your idea of body image is out of whack.

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Good parents would've committed to the lie. Find out what the kid is actually allergic to and put some in a batch. No allergies? Lace the candy with itching powder or hot sauce. Inject the kid with an EpiPen.

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