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1. So my gf surprisingly enough is appeasing a fantasy of mine to see her roll around naked in chocolate. But I'm actually wondering how much chocolate I would need to get to do this?

I dunno, maybe there's someone mathematically inclined that might have an idea
2. You would need a ridiculous amount of chocolate. Taking into account that a bathtub is about 400L litres, and that the density of chocolate is slightly higher than the density of water, you would need around 600 and 800kg of chocolate.
3. call a chocolate company and ask if they can give you a good price for a few crates...

i'm guessing that is.
4. Well if you work out the surface area of her body and then compare it to the amount of chocolate she may need. You should have enough.
5. At a minimum, a trough 1.8 m * 1.2 m * 0.2 m ought to do.

This is 432 litres, or 594kg.

The cheapest chocolate I can find is 90p for 100g.

Therefore this quantity of chocolate will cost about £5,300, though you might be able to bulk buy this for less.
6. (Original post by Pcabezas)
You would need a ridiculous amount of chocolate. Taking into account that a bathtub is about 400L litres, and that the density of chocolate is slightly higher than the density of water, you would need around 600 and 800kg of chocolate.
Really? That seems like a lot.

Just to clarify we are going to put some plastics sheets on the floor, and pour some chocolate on them for her to roll around in, not a bathtub of chocolate.
7. (Original post by MAINE.)
Really? That seems like a lot.

Just to clarify we are going to put some plastics sheets on the floor, and pour some chocolate on them for her to roll around in, not a bathtub of chocolate.
What thickness of chocolate is required? Every mm of chocolate will cost you about £27.
8. (Original post by Bjornhattan)
At a minimum, a trough 1.8 m * 1.2 m * 0.2 m ought to do.

This is 432 litres, or 594kg.

The cheapest chocolate I can find is 90p for 100g.

Therefore this quantity of chocolate will cost about £5,300, though you might be able to bulk buy this for less.

1.8m = length
0.2m = width
and 1.2m = depth, right?

How did you convert it into litres & kg?
9. (Original post by Bjornhattan)
What thickness of chocolate is required? Every mm of chocolate will cost you about £27.
lol, how do you know these things?

I think need enough to pour a layer on a 3m x 3m space
10. 1.8m = length
1.2m = width
0.2m = depth

1.8m = 18dm
1.2m = 12dm
0.2m = 2dm

18dm*12dm*2dm = 432dm3

432dm3 = 432 litres

Density = 1375 g per litre.
11. Get a BIG plastic sheet. Either melt about 5Kg of chocolate in a bain-marie and thin it with water. You don't need it hot, just warm and runny. Lay her on the sheet and start pouring it on her; have her roll in it.

Sorted.

PS: we'll need photos. ;-)

(PPS Had great success with a huge Easter egg some years ago...)
12. Does the chocolate need to be in liquid form or solid form?
13. (Original post by MAINE.)
So my gf surprisingly enough is appeasing a fantasy of mine to see her roll around naked in chocolate.
14. No offence, but your Girlfriend is a little weird :P
15. (Original post by PrincessZara)
No offence, but your Girlfriend is a little weird :P
Indeed. She sounds great, doesn't she?

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