We can only hope that you are familiar with Augustus Gloop– that greedy-ass 9-year-old boy who was the first to find a Golden Ticket to Willy Wonka’s magical Chocolate Factory. Although clumsy young Gloop was sucked up by the extraction pipe and shot off to the Boiler Room, the actor lives on. Michael Bollner is now an old man who runs a successful accounting business in Germany. That traumatizing role taught him that there is no better time to learn how to swim, so he’s been training hard ever since (so we hope at least…). He hasn’t stopped eating chocolate though. That shit is addicting right? Have you ever been stuck in traffic, or in line at the bank and RANDOMLY, like a vampire needing to feed, the craving for chocolate starts to bubble up from some deep dark place within. We say, embrace that feeling! That is what these black framed sunglasses with a print of chocolately goodness and brown non-reflective lenses are all about.

Fun fact: The history of chocolate goes way back. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, has ancient vessels from scientifically guesstimated 1500 B.C. with traces of theobromine, a stimulant compound in chocolate and tea. Interestingly enough, while chocolate does contain possibly mood altering substances, there is actually more of those said concentrates in broccoli. Thankfully the Men in Black dudes are currently at the goodr HQ with their fancy neuralyzer erasing that part of this “fun fact” from our brains as we speak.

On that note, it’s time to FEED! Adieu, auf wiedersehen, gesundheit, farewell.

chocolate and goodr running sunglasses