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Aug 30 2010

"I understand, but things have changed now. Ever since the Chocolate Bonanza."

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14 comments:

  1. A chocolate bonanza sounds fun. Maybe there are a lot of chocolate bananas?

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  2. Cartwright's Covered in Chocolate?

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  3. I'm fairly certain that natural law recognizes a chocolate bonanza as a life-altering event that nullifies almost anything that happened pre-bonanza. Sounds like someone needs a prenup!

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  4. The spelling mistake in "August" is really bugging me.

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  5. Prof. ZzzMAN-ylizer30 August 2010 17:06

    cud it be anew luv^of^chocolat is a precurser to having discovr'd: an exceptionally large and rich mineral deposit in the sleepvault...something that is very valuable, profitable, or rewarding ore ever so precious,
    *a box-office bonanza* in the making, gold to the touch, and reelly hopein-to-betseys one
    might'n understand enough to eat into his point of view...cherries on top? Quick change artiist,
    now you see 'em, now you doughn't. Choc or Chaulkfest. A matter of appetite in this extravaganza up for grabs'n meltin' away?

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  6. Well Anon, good thing it's almost October so you won't have to be bugged anymore. Really...there is so much awesome material to read on this site and you focus on THAT? Hmmm...

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  7. A Chocolate Bonanza! God in Heaven rewards us for our brave struggles to bring tea to the Iguanas! Graffiti Monkey will toss in a few bananas, and we'll liberate some soft-serve ice cream! Banana splits for our brave warriors! Let their be rejoicing! And... Cannabis! Ah.....cannabis!

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  8. I just found the theme for my next party! Woo hoo!

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  9. He sounds sympathetic, apologetic almost. I don't think the chocolate bonanza was a good thing for the individual/individuals he is comforting!

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  10. I'm visualizing a guy coming home unexpectedly to find his girlfriend - not inflagrante - but sitting on the floor surrounded by chocolate wrappers, bowls with ripple fudge still dripping chocolate sauce onto the hardwood, her mouth smeared and her eyes wild. He stares helplessly, then simply turns on his heel and exits.

    The quote is from the next day,when she is crying "But I love you! We were going to get married!"

    ...and he says: "I understand, but things have changed now. Ever since the Chocolate Bonanza."

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  11. Pahaha, @Grace Alexander: Best. Story. Ever.

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  12. Where can I sign up for the chocolate bonanza?

    stoney13 said And... Cannabis! Ah.....cannabis!

    That explains a lot. ;)

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  13. @Grace Alexander, Heh, heh, heh

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