Who has become a chocolate muncher?

Who has developed a taste for chocolate since becoming a girl?

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    • #468539
      Rayna (was Dala) Carlian
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      I answered I don’t know what you mean because I can’t relate to the question.

      I have been a choc-o-holic my entire life.  I love chocolate, dark chocolate is preferred…

      Rayna.

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      stephanie plumb
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      You mean that addictive bitter extract from cocoa beans?  Choc full of two neuroactive drugs – caffeine and theobromine,  that stimulates the opiate receptors in the brain?   Also drenches the brains pleasure centres  in the  neurochemicals Dopamine, Serotonin, Phenylethylamine and Anandamide?   Anandamide  – a “happy” neurotransmitter that is also called the “bliss” molecule that makes you feel happy, and makes you feel good?  Loaded with Phenylethylamine and Serotonin those mild sexual stimulants?   Stuffed to the gills with that poisonous substance sugar, that your liver converts into visceral fat that spreads all round your internal organs, and your waistline,  when it is deluged with the stuff?   That stuff –  Chocolate?

      Its no wonder the stuff is so amazing!  I love all chocolate (whoa! not true. White “chocolate” is not proper chocolate), but my unsweet tooth prefers the dark variety.  And Caramac and salted caramel. Everything except Cadbury’s Dairy Milk (what have Hershey done to it?)  Is Hershey simulated or artificial chocolate?   Of course I HATE vegan chocolate. Did you know that oats are used to make some “silky smooth” Vegan chocolate?  Cocoa  bean and porridge “chocolate”. YUK.

      And then they start adding peanut butter!  Wow!   I do love my nuts!  Grace and Amanda are already addicts, and I’m well on my way.   Thank goodness  peanut butter Kit-Kats are not vegan. I add dark 85% dark chocolate to a chilli con carne – as they do in mexico.

      Coffee break time!  (with a chunky finger of peanut butter non vegan Kit-Kat) ☕🥜🧈

      waspish, Steph xxx

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    • #467891
      Kelli Marlowe
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      Always been a chocolate lover since childhood.Tend to now favor dark chocolate more than others. Mounds, dark Reeses, dark Milky Ways, but the only bad chocolate is NO chocolate.

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      Raquel Botas
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      I voted ‘wha?’.
      I’ve always liked chocolate stuff.

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      Alice Underwire
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      Hi Poly,

      I’ve always enjoyed chocolate bars.

      Alice

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      donna walter
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      ALWAYS LIKE CHOCOLATE .BEING A GIRL NOW FULL TIME LOVE IT ALOT MORE. M&M ARE THE BEST

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      Alison Anderson
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      I have to say no, although I don’t know what you’re talking about is a close second.

      I’ve loved chocolate my whole life, so I can’t attribute it to becoming more feminine.

      The next thing you’re going to tell me (and which I won’t believe) is that chocolate isn’t a food group.

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      • #466708
        Laura Lovett
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        Of course chocolate is made from beans, and, as any dietician will tell you, beans are very good for you.

        So munch away!

        Love Laura

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          Polly Stewart
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          Oh, you mean… Heinz means beans and beans means farts!?

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        Polly Stewart
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        Doesn’t that then mean you have been a girl your whole life?

        Congratulations!

        Love Polly

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    • #466549
      Grace Scarlett
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      Polly.

      A tip on kitkats you must try.

      Kit kat bars come in two or four fingers…..ok….

      Break off one finger…

      Bite the very tip off each end, showing the wafer…..then stick it in your coffee or better still, hot chocolate……and suck….

      OMG…HEAVEN!!

      Grace xx

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        Amanda Burton
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        Kit-Kat overdose Alert, brought to you by weight watchers obesity help line. 

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      • #466631
        Diana Morgan
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        I do the same here using TimTams – a choco covered biscutty Orztralian creation, nice to start with but dipped…….

        Sooo hungryyyy

        Diana

         

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          Polly Stewart
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          Off topic, Diana… but only slightly.

          What about dunking Gingernuts?

          Mmmmmmm… Polly wants a Gingernut xxx

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      Krista
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      Good Morning Polly, I admit that I had a hard time answering the question, albeit seems very straightforward.  I’ve always been a chocoholic since childhood.  Does that mean I’ve been a woman since then?  If we follow your hypothesis then probably yes (with a few attempts at being manly along the way).  My Mom wanted a daughter, not a son.  Mom loved chocolate ergo I was raised with a love for sweets like her.

      I currently buy Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate buy the box load.  It is my wife’s favourite.  Yet she can control herself by having only two small pieces per day after supper.  Not me, it is the whole bar or nothing and more often than not, it is the whole bar.  Like others here, I want to keep my girlish figure so I exercise like heck and find other ways to reduce my food intake.

      Not sure if I’ve ever mentioned this, but just before I retired from work four years ago, I wrote a strategic plan for my retirement complete with vision, goals, objectives and action steps.  I regularly monitor my plan and am keeping up with it but I’m flexible enough to change it as required.  One of my goal areas is keeping physically healthy and an objective is healthy eating.  Under that heading one of my action steps deals with chocolate (remember I wrote this over four years ago).  In it I say that I will NOT deprive myself of the enjoyment of chocolate.

      thanks for the topic Polly, very much enjoyed it.  Stay healthy, stay safe, All the Best, Hugs, Krista.

    • #466450
      Bettylou Cox
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      I confess; Bettylou is a chocoholic. That Blue Bell ice cream knows my name, and has my cel phone number.

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    • #466446
      Grace Scarlett
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      Polly…

      I know it’s not good to eat too much…because a dress size is everything!!!…..but.

      Something’s are just meant to be. Every creature on the planet poo’s…

      In my case, its getting rid of the waste, and making room for more chocolate…

      at the moment, its peanut butter kitkats….

      Its cool, i exercise to burn it off…the faster and further i walk….the more chocolate i can have…

      Not every circle is vicious!!!

      Grace x

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Oh Gracie, now you’re said it. PEANUT BUTTER KITKAT’S! You’ve made me want one of those delicious bars of heaven. There one of my favourites. My head thanks you my purse does not.

        Love Trisha

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      Amy Myers
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      Ah Chocolate! Something I don’t indulge in much anymore. Unfortunately I suffer from something which is often identified with women, migraines, and chocolate is something which is considered a trigger in many, and it is for me. This started 25+ years ago and led me to cut out two things I used to really enjoy, red wine and chocolate!

      Two memories I have of chocolate faves I’ll share. I’m something of a baker, so I used to make these wonderful banana chocolate chip muffins with LOTS of chocolate chips, sweetened with brown sugar or sometimes honey instead of white sugar. Like a dessert, instead of a morning snack.

      Then from a large indoor market in Toronto, called the St Lawrence, where there are many fabulous places to buy food and their ingredients, but this one particular bakery I would visit on lunch sometimes sold huge and intensely dark chocolate rum balls. Never had better!

      Since retirement I don’t get the headaches like I used to, and have a bit of chocolate now and then, though the memories of how much pain it can inflict if they trigger a headache means I just can’t enjoy it like I used to.

      Amy

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      ChloeC
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      I have LOVED chocolate since I dont know when. Now maybe its grown (tho probably not possible) since I started dressing.

      Problem is now that I’m getting ahem older I’m discovering savoring just a touch too much chocolate isnt that good for parts of my body.

      So now i have to be rather selective in how much i sample and make sure the rest of my diet is well rounded.

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    • #466321
      Marcellette Laval
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      A recent change for me – I got hooked when I started making filled chocolates at home during the peak of COVID isolation.  It started out as something to get over boredom, but I quickly got carried away making different flavours of marshmallow fondant fillings.  I ended up getting addicted to ones that I made with a dark chocolate shell and filled with half blueberry and half lemon filling – I can’t get enough, yummmmmmy!

      Of course this could just be my subconscious wanting to wear an apron more often……..

      Marcellette

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      Eva Kelly
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      I love chocolate! I have a few pieces of dark chocolate everyday! And a few Hersey kisses!

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      Diana Morgan
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      Mmmmmmm chocolaaate, always liked always will – boy/girl makes no difference.

      Hello my name is Diana and I am a chocoholic….

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    • #466279
      Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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      Me a chocolate eater, (binning the 5 kinder Bueno wrappers from yesterday), I have no idea what you mean, it’s not like I live above a shop and regularly eat 2 bars on the average shift at work. Honest 😄😄😄🤭.

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      Marti
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      Hi Polly,

      No difference for me. I sometimes abstain, and sometimes blow out.

      I’ll always get myself an easter egg – I know choc trademarks / names don’t translate well across borders, but my egg this year is a modest Fry’s Chocolate Cream one.

      Marti xxx

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    • #466271
      LisaT
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      Chocolate has never been an issue for me I’m not much into sweet things. There are 2 exceptions Easter and white water kayaking. In the days when I used to go down ridiculously steep rivers I used to take Mars bars. Far too sweet for my taste generally I discovered that they seem just fabulous when you arrive totally exhausted and adrenaline loaded at the bottom of a three hour run. As Lisa has never been an adrenaline junky that doesn’t apply. Easter eggs are my other major chocolate intake for the year (plus Christmas of course) where Lisa is more measured and chocolate received on either date can last for months rather than being consumed in a choco-alcoholic frenzy.

      Interesting thoughts without this question I wouldn’t have even noticed how good she is with chocolate.

      Hugs

      Lisa xxx

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      T.J. Byron
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      I am Type 2 Diabetic…no chocolates.

      I do use sugar substitues such as Equal, Sweet and Low, Truvia.

      I can enjoy sugar free candies, very expensive. Usually drink Crystal Lite  Lemonade with Iced Tea.

      Sorry…no chocolate urges.

      Dr.T.J.

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      Laura Lovett
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      My mother didn’t allow sweets or chocolate – my maternal grandmother described sugar as “The white death”.

      One of my mother’s sisters, who lived with her parents as she had a mental disability which meant that she couldn’t look after herself, but had a job at a sofa factory, always had chocolates, and would take us to a cafe in town and buy us fizzy drinks! Such a treat!

      So, when I started getting pocket money, half went on a comic and the other half on sweets, to be eaten secretly.

      So I don’t know what you’re talking about.

      Chocolate?

      With my figure?

      I should jolly well think not.

      But keep your grubby paws off my stash!

      Love Laura

    • #466817
      Polly Stewart
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      But not bananas! Oh, my God… a potassium freak!? I loath bananas with a passion! I can regurgitate bananas like cows do their cud!
      Potassium doesn’t like me at all!

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      Polly Stewart
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      K K … you are sweet enough!

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      Grace Scarlett
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      Laura.

      I went to a party once…and they had a chocolate fountain…you could dip different fruit including strawberries into the liquid chocolate….

      i swear every time someone dipped fruit into ” my ‘ fountain…..i snarled at them…

      grrrrrr ace x

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