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Old 10-28-2010, 05:20 PM
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since we're on the topic, Milka or Rittersport?
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Old 10-28-2010, 09:32 PM
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big lolz to who starts a poll involving chocolate and turtles among other things.

witch dew yew laik bezt: Vote now!

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I can has groups of chocolate pagani turtles? Yum.
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Old 10-29-2010, 12:48 AM
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I can has groups of chocolate pagani turtles? Yum.
somehow that makes me lose my apetite, rather than stimulate it lol.
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Old 10-29-2010, 04:36 AM
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since we're on the topic, Milka or Rittersport?
Rittersport. Milka is good, but Rittersport is cultier and tastes better (only my two cents). Apart from that, Milka has a "child's chocolate" stigma here.
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Old 10-29-2010, 09:50 AM
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Rittersport. Milka is good, but Rittersport is cultier and tastes better (only my two cents). Apart from that, Milka has a "child's chocolate" stigma here.
Rittersport does taste better. My cousin somehow managed to get a tour of the factory once and he brought me back a concept chocolate square. It was awesome because the wrapper had no label, it was just white. I held onto it for some time until my stomach overpowered my brain. That was the end of the concept bar.

My favorite tasting chocolate is Kinder though. I know its pretty much designed for kids, but ommmmgggggg so good. I could eat those egg shells all day long.
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Old 10-29-2010, 02:53 PM
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Rittersport does taste better. My cousin somehow managed to get a tour of the factory once and he brought me back a concept chocolate square. It was awesome because the wrapper had no label, it was just white. I held onto it for some time until my stomach overpowered my brain. That was the end of the concept bar.

My favorite tasting chocolate is Kinder though. I know its pretty much designed for kids, but ommmmgggggg so good. I could eat those egg shells all day long.
Fully understandable. I loved Kinder when I was young . I'm currently digging those caramel waffles from Holland (i don't know how it's called, but i remember that something like "rombooter" (anybody correct me if this is wrong) was written on the package).

BTW, i don't understand this "omg-bitter-chocolate-is-amazing" crowd at all. I never liked it, and for me, it doesn't get any better just because you put some pepper corns into the chocolate bar.

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Fully understandable. I loved Kinder when I was young . I'm currently digging those caramel waffles from Holland (i don't know how it's called, but i remember that something like "rombooter" (anybody correct me if this is wrong) was written on the package).

BTW, i don't understand this "omg-bitter-chocolate-is-amazing" crowd at all. I never liked it, and for me, it doesn't get any better just because you put some pepper corns into the chocolate bar.

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Old 10-29-2010, 05:25 PM
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Lindt 99% ftw. Lovely to melt on your tongue with a cuppa.
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Old 10-29-2010, 05:38 PM
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Lindt 99% ftw. Lovely to melt on your tongue with a cuppa.
How about their truffles? It tastes great whether you decide to chew or suck.
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Lindt 99% ftw. Lovely to melt on your tongue with a cuppa.
yep lindt is to die for. This thread makes me feel like a pregnant woman.
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How about their truffles? It tastes great whether you decide to chew or suck.
Also good! Gratz on 5K btw.
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Also good! Gratz on 5K btw.
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You're probably right, but I'm still going to post silly photos when I find em. Speaking of..
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DesmoRob drives a TT, correct?

Pretend it's by Lindt.
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They lose points for the silly wing.
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