What types are there?
what a chocoholic daughter Roger has
Two-pound box of chocolates now a one-pound box of chocolates. After,Peter get through it will be empty box.
By the time Jason arrives, it’s just a ‘box’ of chocolates!
I see two solutions. 1.) Try the “It’s thought that count dear”, or a variation there of. 2.) Now that you have tested to see how one box of chocolates did. Get another box of chocolates and hide them from your children.
Should have told the kids: “These are special vegan chocolates, which are good for your health. There are chocolate covered: broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, asparagus & green beans!” Bet the kids would have turned right around straight away.
This is why the Whitman’s Sampler was invented. The other option is a box of just one kind that is known to be a favorite (chocolate covered cherries in my mother’s case).
His mistake was not buying two boxes of chocolates. He knows his kids and should have seen the situation coming.
He’d better get a backup box.
WHY DO YOU KEEP TELLING… oh wait. It’s Roger.
…soon to be a half-pound or less…
Go to https://www.gocomics.com/foxtrot/1999/02/15. Bill predicted this a couple decades ago!
Paige, you’re just as bad as Sally Forth with the chocolate Easter bunnies! O<|];o)
And of course she’s not going to count the empty spaces when she gets the box.
Dad should know better, he should bought 3 boxes. Family happy.My husband is fortunate, not certain when for me as my mom did not buy chocolate candy bars that much, I am allergic to chocolate, so instead of flowers do not last long, he bought me a beautiful wonderful heart and earrings with our names few years ago. I do wear for Valentine’s Day and anniversary. I have separate heart necklace I wear to church.
Easiest way to avoid that next time you get chocolates: “Oh sure honey. By the way, do you need new pants? Those are looking a bit tight”
And if Peter takes a look, it’s going to be an empty box of chocolates for his mother.
5 minutes later…I hope she likes an empty heart shaped box…
Now it’s a zero-pound box of choco— hey, where did the box go?
I’m sure Jason will show up sooner or later. Then, no more chocolates.
Wait why is it one pound now??