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Having Fun with Chocolate (possible SPAM)

Chocolate isn't a food but an Experience, Few words evoke the emotional enthusiasm which people feel toward chocolate. It has a treasured place in our personal collection of memories - the Easter baskets, the birthday treats, the candy displays at Christmas, the heart that told you someone loves you and many more.

During our special times, chocolate was there as an integral part of the event. Taste of one chocolate makes the mouth water and the emotional associations rush in. It brings back the multitude of fondly-remembered feel-good experiences which we don't want to end.

So a great-testing piece of chocolate unavoidably makes us happy inside. Of course, it doesn't hurt that chocolate contains phenyl ethylamine (PEA), a natural material that's reputed to stimulate the same reaction in the body as falling in love. Chocolates are meant to be Shared in all occasion whether it’s small or big. It’s so apparent that it makes a person's soul happy. It gives a combination of three great things - chocolate, fun, and doing well through the charity.



Ashish:):):)

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Tags: Chocolate, Chocolates, Dark, Luxury, White

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Comment by Clay Gordon on August 3, 2009 at 10:47am
Ashish: You've been warned about posting "articles" that are this general whose only purpose seems to be to drive traffic to the chocolate company in India. Because this is not the first time you've posted this specific content, I am assuming that you're being paid to plant links like this one.

So this is a public warning: the next time you do this your membership will be revoked and everything you've contributed will be deleted.

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