Chocolate is great tasting, besides the fact that most chocolate tastes great. Oh, did I mention, it tastes great. Besides, the only other reason to like chocolate and that would be because most women believe it to be heaven, and some possibly find it just down right orgasmic.
So, I can't think of any other reason to NOT like chocolate.
But, then again who am I.
sucks as though i cant have chocolate....
don't tell me you are allergic to it...I have a friend who is allergic to chocolate and she hates it
How about lactose chocolate candy bars? Or lactose
remedies.. they should help..
yea, we ask that question too .. hehehe, joking.
I discovered chocolate covered oreos whilst living in Paris - they are the best thing ever. Always try and stock up if ever i'm in France or Spain - the only places that I've ever found them!
Because chocolate = ECSTASY! Just like Ice Cream does...AND ONE OTHER THING!
Here's a thread that just can't possibly get yucky...right?
What's *NOT* to love? They're chocolate? Melty, sweet, rich...*Homer noise*
You know that scene in Forrest Gump where he's naming off all the shrimp dishes? "Shrimp scampi...shrimp soup..." That's how it is with chocolate: No matter how you make it, it's wonderful stuff.
Chocolate truffles...chocolate cake...chocolate ice cream...chocolate trifle...chocolate milk...LOL. It could go on forever.
Glass Spider is making my mouth water.
See what "just the thought of" CHOCOLATE can do?
Theres hypoallergenic milk, etc. Theres got to be chocolate candy bars that are hypoallergenic as well. That tastes great.
chocolate - milk? semi-sweet? dark? - I used to love dark chocolate but now I can't eat it. I can't have chocolate chip cookies for that reason. In Chicago there's a cake called "death by chocolate" and you can't finish it by yourself. Now that I have you all going on that theme - I now make my chocolate chip cookies with milk chocolate chips -- thank you Nestles for making those. I can once again enjoy the best of best cookies. Too bad I'm now diabetic and there goes my chocolate once again. But I love it.
A chocolate bar that I can share with another or satisfy a chocolate withdrawal Reese's PB cups, Twix, Kit Kat, Glossette raisins, some faves
I love chocolate covered raisens. Not really fond of peanut butter cups but oh I do love Mallow Cups. I really like coconut covered with chocolate in any form. Chocolate covered maple nut or coconut easter eggs are great too. Easter is just around the corner so I'm going to stock up on those.
There's a little candy shop in the mountains we like to visit. They make their own delicacies, and just the smell from the street will drive you crazy! They make the most decadent chocolate creation I've ever had: chocolate-covered potato chips! I know it sounds strange, but that sweet and salty taste combo is heavenly!
Wow, now that would be dangerous for us gals keeping a eye on our girlish figures omg, a candy shop (sigh) sounds just heavenly.
When I was a kid, there was a penny candy store, just a few blocks from my home. I use to spent some of my allowance there and most of the time, I always left with a pocket full of chocolate candy.
by TheHoleStory 5 years ago
Do you love Hersey's Chocolate candy?
by nikki1 8 years ago
What is your favorite chocolate candy bar/'s?
by Deb Hirt 6 years ago
Do you prefer chocolate or non-chocolate candy, and which candy do you like the best?
by TheHoleStory 6 years ago
What's the official name of this chocolate candy in the video game candy crush?
by Divas Can Cook 10 years ago
My husband was shocked to see me whip up a creamy, silky cup of hot chocolate using a Dove Candy bar. Maybe it's cheating but it make one heck of a cup of hot chocolate! It's something that my mother always did for us.Does anyone else do this? If so what kind of candy bar do you use?
by Goody5 7 years ago
Does sugar free chocolate candy make a person fart more?
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