dark vs milk vs white chocolate

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which one do you prefer?
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Dark(if it's Bournville) or milk. White chocolate isn't real chocolate.
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Dark chocolate in desserts, biscuits and cookies but milk for chocolate bars.
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it's all yucky
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I like dark and milk, but "dark milk" is especially good. It depends on my mood; I like to alternate between the two. In cookies and most candy, only dark chocolate. White chocolate isn't chocolate and just tastes like sugar.
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Dark unless there's none then anything will do
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Probably like dark chocolate the most, but I normally like it with something like a dark chocolate digestive or with raspberry tart, I also like white & milk and they are much easier to eat a bigger portion of.
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no preference
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(Original post by black tea)
it's all yucky
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Do you like other candy then, or dislike sweets in general?
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I love milk...but dark chocolate digestive biscuits hit different
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(Original post by penguingirl18)
:eek:
Do you like other candy then, or dislike sweets in general?
There are a few things I like but I generally prefer fruit (or savoury snacks).
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(Original post by black tea)
There are a few things I like but I generally prefer fruit (or savoury snacks).
If only I were that healthy
I've literally got a box of (almost finished) Maltesers in front of me.
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I would say only certain brands of white chocolate taste nice, for dark chocolate I would go for Bourneville. Some milk chocolate is ok again depending on certain brands.
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Milk chocolate
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