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  • Research tells us that fourteen out of any ten individuals like chocolate.

  • Much serious thought has been devoted to the subject of chocolate: What does chocolate mean? Is the pursuit of chocolate a right or a privilege? Does the notion of chocolate preclude the concept of free will?

  • As with most fine things, chocolate has its season. There is a simple memory aid that you can use to determine whether it is the correct time to order chocolate dishes: Any month whose name contains the letter a, e, or u is the proper time for chocolate.

  • The moment of cocoa-drinking was always the moment of confidences.

  • I advise nobody to drown sorrow in cocoa. It is bad for the figure and it does not alleviate the sorrow.

    • Winifred Holtby,
    • "The Right Side of Thirty" (1930), Pavements at Anderby ()
  • Britt ate lots of chocolate but never got fat — a sure sign of demonic possession ...

  • [T-shirt:] Gimme chocolate and nobody gets hurt.

  • Chocolate, I am sure, is the concrete manifestation of love.

  • Chocolate is no ordinary food. It is not something you can take or leave, something you like only moderately. You don't like chocolate. You don't even love chocolate. Chocolate is something you have an affair with.

  • Strength is the capacity to break a chocolate bar into four pieces with your bare hands — and then eat just one of the pieces.

  • Just Hand Over the Chocolate and No One Will Get Hurt.

  • Love is better than chocolate, but sometimes chocolate is easier to find.

    • Judy Kain,
    • in Jim Downs, The Book of Positive Qualities ()
  • A quarter-ounce of chocolate = four pounds of fat.

  • The taste of chocolate is a sensual pleasure in itself, existing in the same world as sex ... For myself, I can enjoy the wicked pleasure of chocolate ... entirely by myself. Furtiveness makes it better.

  • After every meal I need a little taste of chocolate. I've always said it is better than sex and easier to get.

    • Marilyn Kentz,
    • in Caryl Kristensen and Marilyn Kentz, The Mother Load ()