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Chocolate Coated Everything

Well maybe not everything...
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Even at this Easterly time of year some of us chocolate-addicted people can't get enough. If everything that wasn't toxic was shipped with a layer of chocolate between it and the packaging we'd be forever able to pick bits off almost everything around us.

Imagine chocolate coated pens to chew on, chocolate coated toothbrushes, chocolate coated alarm clocks, chocolate coated chocolate, chocolate coated starships, chocolate coated CD players.

But let's avoid chocolate covered manhole covers.
sirrobin, Apr 17 2001

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       Mmmmm! Chocolate!
DrBob, Apr 17 2001
  

       I vote against this on the grounds that I am allergic to chocolate.
Susen, Apr 17 2001
  

       ill vote against this on the grounds that i like my teeth.
tkeyser, Apr 17 2001
  

       were it pure cocoa (bitter, caffeine-heavy), I'd vote for it, but if you're talking about that creamy, sugary crap that they push on us, I'll pass.
absterge, Apr 17 2001
  

       PeterSealy: Must I look at them?
Absterge: I'm with PeterSealy on this: Belgian or Swiss chocolate must be used.
sirrobin, Apr 17 2001
  

       Top Ten things not to chocolate-cover:   

       10. child actors   

       9. Rollerball   

       8. The bones of the Elephant Man   

       7. Albatross (what flavor albatross?)   

       6. Web bulletin boards embracing outlandish ideas   

       5. The Galapagos Islands   

       4. Korean Bidets (too heavy task husband)   

       3. The bones of Calista Flockhart   

       2. God   

       and the number one thing not to chocolate-cover....   

         

       1. Top Ten lists of things not to chocolate-cover
globaltourniquet, Apr 17 2001
  

       How about just chocolate packing peanuts? They can already make them into edible starch stuff.
nick_n_uit, Apr 18 2001
  

       globaltourniquet, I think we SHOULD cover child actors in chocolate. Deeply. And then bite their heads off. Yum! Marshmallow-filled!
Dog Ed, Apr 18 2001
  

       How about chocolate-covered chocolate?
st3f, Apr 18 2001
  

       how about modular chocolate coats? Sold in sheets of varying sizes, say, 6"x6" to 5'x25', on rolls. DIY chocolate covering.
absterge, Apr 18 2001
  

       This is easy. Chocolate coat yourself! Voila, chocolate coated everything - from your perspective, at least.   

       Fellow chocolate-coaters would be double-dipped... mmm...
non3ntity, Jul 23 2002
  

       Baked; nothing's stopping you from chocolate-coating things yourself.
bookworm, Jul 23 2002
  

       I think somebody should chocolate-coat chocolate-coated Egyptian cotton.
calum, Jul 23 2002
  

       ...and everyone gets a share.
st3f, Jul 23 2002
  
      
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