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Emergency Chocolate Delivery

any time of day or night
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If you have a pressing need for chocolate late at night ring this service and they will deliver the chocolate of your choice within the hour.
simonj, Mar 11 2009

UK Goverment Tax No 3,458,614 http://news.bbc.co....nd_west/7938282.stm
Do they never learn! [eight_nine_tortoise, Mar 12 2009]

(?) call these folks and just add chocolate to your order... http://www.carbarlondon.com/about.html
[xandram, Mar 12 2009]

...even better... http://www.clarionl...902080312/1023/feat
[xandram, Mar 12 2009]

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       That's not hard at all. We used to call the local taxi company, get the driver to pick up booze from the bottle-o and deliver it to us at parties where no-one was right to drive. $20 bucks on top of fare and booze for his troubles, we never had a problem at all.   

       I'm sure you could do the same with just about anything. In fact I think there was a case a few years ago where someone had set up a taxi drug delivery service in my home town. I'm sure that's not a unique thing...
Custardguts, Mar 12 2009
  

       [+] Excellent idea. You might want to adjust the title a bit though. "24 hour delivery" sounds too much like, well, 24-hour delivery, when your idea is about express, instant chocolate, any time (or maybe at night only).
Veho, Mar 12 2009
  

       When the tax comes in, closely followed by Chocolate Prohibition, this will be a job for the Belgium Mafia (they carry saxophone cases instead of violin cases). [link]
eight_nine_tortoise, Mar 12 2009
  

       Changed title
simonj, Mar 12 2009
  

       could it come in an ambulance? with a giant bunny on the side? PLEEEEEAASE!
k_sra, Mar 13 2009
  
      
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