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    What do you prefer?

    If so what do you like would it be just a milk chocolate bar or something covered with either one of the above ?

    Do you like your chocolate warm or out the fridge

    Do you like both Cadbury and Galaxy?

    Do you not like Chocolate?

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    Cadburys every time, especially chocolate buttons! I don't like Galaxy chocolate much.

    The problem is chocolate doesn't always agree with me and Cadbury's is the worst It gives me palpitaions and a fuzzy head, often a migraine.

    Sometimes it's worth the pain though

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    Oooo, Galaxy every time and straight from the fridge!! Cadburys is 'grainy' and not smooth like Galaxy! Yum Yum!!

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    Cadburys without a doubt Galaxy is too shiny for me

    Friend bought me a flake dipped (or is it dipped flake?) today it was yummy.

    Not straight from the fridge but not too warm either - not fussy am I?!

    Yes, I love it.
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    what a daft question

    got to be CADBURYS!

    it has richer taste than galaxy, more chocolaty.

    i like it at room temp but if im going to dip it in my coffee then from the fridge is best.

    love it all but particular the standard purple bar and buttons.

    easter eggs have to be cadburys too, the others are usually nestle which are awful.

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    Doesnt bother me cadburys, galaxy, nestle. Warm, cold it makes no difference will eat it all
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    Quote Originally Posted by FussyElmo View Post
    Doesnt bother me cadburys, galaxy, nestle. Warm, cold it makes no difference will eat it all
    Yeah same here and that's my downfall

    Angel xx

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    Chunks of Cadburys Dairy Milk makes my teeth hurt but I can eat chunks of Galaxy.

    If we are talking thin chocolate like Easter Egg or buttons then it needs to be cold and Cadburys.

    I love Lindt/Lindor too, especially the chocolate bunnies/reindeers.

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    There is a chocolate factory not far from us - they make stuff for M&S and many others - they do most of the character calanders, easter eggs etc AND they have a factory shop! Handy for kiddies but give me galaxy every time!
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    I like any chocolate in fact i LOVE it, not to keen on white though.

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    Im a Cadury's dairy milk girl, Galaxy too greasy for me lol Im not keen on how it feels in my mouth (wish all fattening things felt like that in my mouth lol )
    Don't like Continental Chocs at all TOO rich and sickening yuk yuk yuk

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    It has to be YORKIE

    And remember "It's not for girls"

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    I love chocolate, any chocolate except dark. Only dark choccie i can eat are after eights. I love slabs of galaxy bars, room temp. You're making me want choc now, Angel you're a bad girl.

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    i will eat chocolate but not from the fridge but if you put a bar of chocolate next to a plate of blue cheese and biscuits I would go for the cheese every time,, I am definatly more a savoury than a sweet person.

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    Defently Galaxy straight from the frdge!!! mmmmmmmmmm!!!!!
    Sam xxx

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    Galaxy all th way!! It used to make me hyper thou when I was younger!

    My partner prefers dairy milk thou so we've always got some of each in!!

    No good for the diet though is it!? But hey it's yummy!! xx
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    galaxy warm....so creamy.....sooooo yyuuuummmmmyyyyyyyyy

    a yorki when i'm really angry as he square are so big you can't speak for a while...allow me a few second of of breathing and calm down LOL
    oh and if i swear with my mouth full noboby can understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FussyElmo View Post
    Doesnt bother me cadburys, galaxy, nestle. Warm, cold it makes no difference will eat it all
    Me too

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    choccie is choccie but given a choice and i HAD to pick.... Dairy Milk without a doubt....

    however... i like dark chocolate (bournville)

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    Well, I'd never turn my nose up at any chocolate!

    I like both Cadburys and Galaxy but if I had to choose it would be galaxy.

    Miffy xx
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