You've come to the right place if your secret fantasy is to drown in Willy Wonka's chocolate river. Consider the milky and mahogany colors, creamy and crunchy textures, the intoxicating sensation when it melts in your mouth, the bitter, sweet, and salty notes that hit your tongue, and the difficult-to-forget aftertaste of chocolate. Ah, the pleasure of devouring man's greatest discovery is unrivaled happiness. It's like having your best friend and lover rolled into one delicious package.
Good luck, chocoholics, as you can see from the list below:
1. There is no such thing as overindulgence
There was far too much chocolate. What exactly is it? When it comes to eating these bundles of joy, you relinquish control. And you have no regrets.
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2. You order anything with the word “chocolate” in it at a restaurant
You begin drooling over a menu that contains the word “chocolate” several times. You will never return to a restaurant that does not serve a chocolate dessert because chocolate is the only fondue that matters!
3. You make no distinction between black and white people
Comparing the benefits of dark chocolate versus white chocolate is akin to a dog attempting to catch its own tail. It doesn't get you anywhere. Discriminating against the little white pillows of heaven is a heinous offense. It doesn't matter if it's black, white, Lindt, or Cadbury; they're all worth it.
4. You want to punch people who say, “Chocolate is bad for you.”
Consider the following equation: Chocolate = Happiness = Health. Isn't it true that a balanced diet is chocolate in both hands? Furthermore, try eating one when you're upset or angry. It is the voluptuous antidepressant that will make all of your problems vanish. People, accept the truth. Chocolate heals, soothes, enlightens, and improves everything.
5. You don't believe people who say, “I despise chocolate.”
Did you just say you don't like chocolate? Either you're lying or you have a severe undiagnosed tastebud disease. So there you have it.
6. You cover everything in chocolate because chocolate is amazing
Strawberries are delicious when dipped in chocolate, but so are vegetables and pretzels. That's correct. Chocolate-covered carrots, asparagus, and broccoli taste much better. Ranch dressing can be hit or miss, but not this.
7. You insist on a chocolate cake for every one of your friends' birthdays
It's not a celebration unless there's chocolate involved. What's the difference between chocolate, vanilla, and lemon? All other flavors are free to go. You can't wait for the candles to be blown out, the birthday song to end, and the cake to be sliced into large chunks.
8. The words “sharing” and “chocolate” do not belong together
You don't have to be a mother to understand how difficult it is to give up your child. Yes, it's the same with chocolate. When it comes to chocolate, sharing is caring, but not when it comes to sharing. It is perfectly acceptable to be shamelessly selfish at times. To avoid awkward situations, find a chocolate twin when you go out to eat.
9. You can eat chocolate at any time of day
For breakfast, have a Belgian waffle with chocolate syrup or chocolate chip granola. For lunch, I had a chocolate-covered pizza. Snack on a chocolate fudge cupcake in the afternoon. Dinner will be dark chocolate peanut butter brownies. You are open to savoring delectable foods throughout the day. Don't pass judgment.
10. You have hidden chocolate stashes
You have a stash of chocolates somewhere in your house, whether it's a pocket in your purse or a corner in your kitchen, just in case. Bonus euphoria if you come across one out of nowhere, in a forgotten hideout.
If there is one thing we can count on in a world of uncertainty and chaos, it is the luscious ambrosia known as chocolate.
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