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10-Dimensional Chocolate

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Chocolate confectioners long ago invented 'death by chocolate,' ie. chocolate-chip laced chocolate cake or brownie frosted with chocolate, layered with chocolate, and injected with chocolate pudding. They didn't know how to take the next step to cram more in as clearly the problem is that there are only so many dimensions that standard chocolate can fill.

If that was death by chocolate, then this is a chocolate Shub-Niggurath coming to claim your soul and spirit and drag it into the outer realms where the Great Old Ones live. Our gastro-scientists have energized and pressed the theobromine molecule into 7 more string dimensions, resulting in even more chocolate density goodness per bite.

RayfordSteele, May 24 2015

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       You can't do that...can you?
blissmiss, May 24 2015
  

       What if you're fractalactose intolerant? What then?   

       Isn’t that just metal? Only, made of chocolate?
Ian Tindale, May 24 2015
  

       So now all my 7 string dimensions will have to take a whiz. That will be ok if the strings vector uphill.
wjt, May 25 2015
  

       Not an actual product [-]
Voice, May 26 2015
  

       //bit flakey// I think the idea as stated could do with some kind of Boost; And as it happens, it's clear that chocolate from this Galaxy must conform to Blorone's law of Prismatic forms, otherwise it'll all go Curley Wurley - I have heard rumours of an alternate formulation, but it's just Hershey right now.
zen_tom, May 26 2015
  

       <grits teeth and resists the temptation to point out that Hershey's is not actually chocolate>
MaxwellBuchanan, May 26 2015
  
      
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