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Originally Posted by Logos
wow,looks delicious and very elegant.
Galaxy is just Yummy,Piper.
I want a toffee crisp, but they dont sell them over here
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I am beginning to feel severely uncultured for not having experienced foreign chocolate...belgian, swiss, what have you.
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awwww Id offer to post some to you but yeah who gives there address to a wierd slightly sycotic mad smilie person on the internet.... not a safe option
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Super dark delicious chocolate - Bayard's Chocolate House has a fabulous selection. I love their prezels covered with loads of thick dark chocolate (you can get it in milk, if your prefer, or even white), their yummy dark chocolate covered cherries and their vanilla carmels coated in dark delcious chocolate.
Herseys just came out with the really dark stuff. I have to go get some now!
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Goodness, I forgot all about this thread! And I call myself a chocolate lover... In about two months the drugstore is going to have Cadbury Creme Eggs rolling around the place. I can't wait, I love those. Lindt truffles are also really good.
Dark chocolate is ok, I usually get a bar for my dad as a holiday thing, he loves the stuff. It does seem to be a healthy alternative to milk chocolate.
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Any Chocolate! They are all GOOOOD, SATISFYING, and everything. It's been a long time since I ate one... Laindessiel is a chocolate loveeeeeerrrrrrrr...... Totally......
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Any chocolate, as long as they don't contain wine in them. But preferably, daaaaarrk chocs. Hershey's is my bet. The beeest in the world. Plain, dark ones.
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I basically like every kind of chocolate, especially in chip form to fit into cookies . The only I can't stand is coffee/maccachino/cappuchino/latte-flavoured one *shudders*
I'm quite fond of Smarties, too, don't know whether they exist outside Germany, but they're lovely, and would be for the name alone.
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What's a "smartie" Schoky? And please don't say someone witha college degree.
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Oh these are Smarties....these are called Gems here by Cadbury...I used to have a lot of these, sometimes I would even fight with my brothers over my favourite colour that I wanted to eat...
Oh my goodness, I like these smarties very much! I think that they are always of Nestle. At least, the smarties we have over here are of Nestle company.
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