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Postby eileithyia » 4 Oct 2008, 8:38am

Time for one for the ladies;

So who is your fantasy male;

George Clooney in real life please and not a chocolate version, unless I can have the real one covered in chocolate.

Then there is the chap currently advertising Aero chocolate hmmmmmmm
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Postby reohn2 » 4 Oct 2008, 9:34am

eileithyia

There seems to be more than passing interest in chocolate,can we do a leettle test hear if I were to say Cadbuuuurrrrry's chocoooolaaaate and George Clooney,now close your eyes and tell me which comes to mind first?
Hmm, Hmm, c'mon, don't be shy?

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Postby eileithyia » 4 Oct 2008, 5:11pm

George Clooney definately wins, milk choclate just toooo insipid.
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Postby jan19 » 4 Oct 2008, 7:56pm

now if we were to consider Green & Black's dark chocolate - especially the one with raisins in - George might just have competition......

unless we get Brad involved of course

Jan

reohn2

Postby reohn2 » 4 Oct 2008, 11:28pm

jan19 wrote:now if we were to consider Green & Black's dark chocolate - especially the one with raisins in - George might just have competition......

unless we get Brad involved of course

Jan


But what if Brad had the Green&Blacks tucked under his arm? :?

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Postby dan_b » 4 Oct 2008, 11:54pm

reohn2 wrote:But what if Brad had the Green&Blacks tucked under his arm? :?

It would melt, I assume.

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Postby eileithyia » 5 Oct 2008, 9:10am

Yep definitely melt...

Then of course there is Austin Healey and his biceps, phwoarrrrrrrrrrr.
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Postby morris dancer » 5 Oct 2008, 9:54am

....melting....definately Linus Roache....


...suppose i'll just have to make do with the chocolate... :)

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Postby reohn2 » 5 Oct 2008, 5:54pm

dan_b wrote:
reohn2 wrote:But what if Brad had the Green&Blacks tucked under his arm? :?

It would melt, I assume.


Well yeah s'ppose it would if it were tucked right up in the arm Pitt :roll:

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Postby kwackers » 5 Oct 2008, 5:57pm

reohn2 wrote:Well yeah s'ppose it would if it were tucked right up in the arm Pitt :roll:


Brad's brother?

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Postby Cunobelin » 5 Oct 2008, 6:31pm

It took two pages to cover Felicity in Chocolate - it took the women less than one to cover Brad!

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Postby jan19 » 5 Oct 2008, 6:47pm

Brad and chocolate.....mmmmmmmm (drifts off into fantasy mode...)

I hear he could be splitting with Angelina - do you think I have a chance?

Jan

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Postby pigman » 6 Oct 2008, 8:52am

I just knew you lasses would crack and start this thread. I thought you said you were too busy.

but as youve moved onto chocolate - cadburys dairy milk. The finest food in the world. I used to be able to demolish a 200g bar in one sitting. Can now do a 300g bar. A 400g bar depends on how on form I am (altho' I do feel a bit sick after - just cant put it down).... hence my name.

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Postby Firebird » 6 Oct 2008, 9:01am

I have a thing about Ray Stubbs, the sports presenter. Phworrrr! 8) Also Duncan Bannatyne. A nice older feller.

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Postby kwackers » 6 Oct 2008, 9:11am

Firebird wrote: Also Duncan Bannatyne. A nice older feller.


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