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Rules of Chocolate

Thought this might answer a few questions for us all

If youv'e got melted chocolate all over your hands

You're eating it too slowly

Chocolate covered raisins,cherries, orange slices and strawberries

all count as fruit

so eat as many as you want

The problem

How to get two pounds of chocolate home from the store in hot car

The solution

Eat it in the car park

Diet Tip

Eat a chocolate bar before each meal

It'll take the edge off your

appettite and you'll eat less

A nice box of chocolates can

provide your total daily intake of caloriesin one place

Isn't that handy

If you can't eat all your chocolate

It will keep in the freezer

But if you can't eat all your chocolate


If calories are an issue

Store your chocolate on top of the freezer

Calories are afraid of heights and

they will jump out of the chocolate

to protect themselves

If I eat equal amounts of dark and light chocolate

is that a balanced diet?

Don't they actually counteract each other?

Money talks Chocolate sings

Chocolate has preservatives

Preservatives make you look younger

Q. Why is there no such organisation as Chocolates Anonymous?

A. Because no one wants to quit

If not for chocolate there

would be no need for pantyhose

An entire garment industry would be devastated

I'd give up chocolate BUT I'm no quitter

Put chocolate at the top of your list of things to do today

That way at least you'll get one thing done

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