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What's in your candy jar? #892680 05/23/15 07:29 PM
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I keep a large tin of chocolate in the living room where everybody can dive into it. In it, I have peanut butter cups, milk chocolate kisses, chocolate drops, dark chocolate kisses and small fun-sized bars. When it starts to get low I mix in a few of the tiny Hershey bars such as Krackle, Mr.Goodbar, etc.


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Re: What's in your candy jar? [Re: Sheryl T] #892685 05/23/15 08:06 PM
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At this particular moment - Belgian chocolates!


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Re: What's in your candy jar? [Re: Sheryl T] #892695 05/24/15 04:50 AM
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Chocolates - dark by preference, but I have some Norwegian milk chocolates which are rather nice.


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Re: What's in your candy jar? [Re: Sheryl T] #893224 06/01/15 02:36 AM
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Today I added chocolate covered acai berries, and they are an absolute bliss!


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Re: What's in your candy jar? [Re: Sheryl T] #893806 06/07/15 05:34 AM
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Hi there Everyone,

In your candy jar is the secret to your age - and if you play with this, then those who have stayed 29 will be undone!

Apparently it will only work for this year 2015 - so smile please!

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1. First of all, pick the number of times a week that you would like to have chocolate (more than once but less than 10)

2. Multiply this number by 2

3. Add 5

4. Multiply by 50 (go on, get the calculator)

5. If you have already had your birthday this year add 1765, if not add 1764

6. Subtract the four digit year you were born

7. You should have a three digit number.

It will start with the number of times you wanted to have chocolate and the last two numbers are your age!
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Yep, s'true.

Cheers now


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Re: What's in your candy jar? [Re: Sheryl T] #893863 06/07/15 01:18 PM
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I had to move my candy jar (tin) to the fridge since the weather here has been sweltering. Now it is down to dark and milk chocolate Hershey's kisses.


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Re: What's in your candy jar? [Re: Sheryl T] #894906 06/21/15 12:55 PM
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Due to the continued heat, I changed from chocolates to jelly beans in my candy jar.


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