What Kind of Chocolate Are You?

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You are Dark Chocolate

You live your life with intensity, always going full force.
You push yourself (and others) to the limit... you want more than you can handle.
An extreme person, you challenge and inspire the world!

Hey, that's my favorite kind of chocolate, how did they guess? (By the way, if you are interested to read a little more about chocolate and alcoholism, I recently wrote a story that you might enjoy).

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I'm dark chocolate too. But I, alas, have yet to write anything about chocolate and alcohol addiction. I feel so unfulfilled.


You are Milk Chocolate:
A total dreamer, you spend most of your time with your head in the clouds.
You often think of the future, and you are always working toward your ideal life.
Also nostalgic, you rarely forget a meaningful moment... even those from long ago.

Strangely I prefer very dark chocolate, combined with bitter orange or mint.
To live for; though it does pile on the pounds so definetely a treat for special occasions.

By Chris' Wills (not verified) on 14 Sep 2007 #permalink