anna loves chocolate

sweet tooth

Carry On Valentine’s Celebration - Day 2 - Valentine’s Chocolate.


{simon}

For some reason it came as a surprise to me that Baz has the biggest sweet-tooth. Baz always seemed like the person who’d abandon all sweets just because a love for sugar could be seen as childish. He even used to make fun of my sweet tooth and my (small!) scone addiction. Never would i’ve seen it coming that Baz is, in fact, worse than me. 

It started with me noticing the huge amount of sugar that he seemed to like in his hot drinks. His tea is more sugar than tea and milk together and his coffee isn’t even coffee; it could count as a liquid candy bar.

Later, during The Great Chocolate Debate–in which Penny tried to fight Baz on white chocolate not counting as chocolate–I discovered Baz’ strong passion for white chocolate. “It’s only butter, milk and sugar,” according to Penny, but apparently Baz loves that. 

Cocoa butter! So it does count as chocolate,” Baz would argue. Baz only likes white chocolate. Penny likes all but white chocolate. I don’t really have a preference.

Anyhow, when Penny and I were shopping for Valentine’s Day, it wasn’t hard for me to find something for Baz. There were multiple good chocolate shops in London for me to find something for Baz. Most of them were lacking a bit in the white chocolate department though. “Because it’s not actual chocolate!” Penny would push. 

I ended up going for a box with 15 chocolates that I could select myself. I ended up leaving the store with a box full of white chocolates and a disappointed Penny who was muttering some unpleasant things about white chocolate. 

• • • 

{baz}

“Help yourself, he’ll be home within a few minutes,” Bunce said over her shoulder as she was already heading into her room again after letting me in. I had known that I would be early, Snow was still walking the neighbor’s dog like he did each saturday morning. I didn’t mind being early though. I spent most of my time at Simon’s and Penny’s apartment so it felt like a second home, really. 

I walked into the kitchen to get myself a snack and something to drink. 

• • •

{simon}

As I shut the apartment door behind me, I heard Baz greeting me from the living room. “There you are,” I heard him say, his voice muffled.

I smiled to myself at the sound of him. “Hi,” I said as I walked into the living room where Baz was seated on the couch. “Sorry I’m a bit late I was walking–”

I went completely still as soon as I got a view of what Baz is holding in his lap. “Baz,” I said, and then flinched at how sad and betrayed I sounded. 

“What’s–” He started as he followed my graze. His eyes locked on the box of chocolates in his lap. “What?” Baz asked carefully, “Were these meant to be yours? I’m sorry I though–you don’t really eat white chocolate and–”

“No, Baz, they are yours… It’s just, they weren’t for right now.”

“Oh. Okay,” He said as he stood up from the couch, box of chocolates in hand. He walked towards me, handing me the box with the chocolates. “Here,” he said, giving me a soft peck on the lips. “Sorry.”

“It’s okay,” I said, pressing the box back into Baz’ hands. The both of us noticed that I was still sounding hurt. 

“For when were they?” Baz asked. 

I stared at Baz before answering, “It’s Valentine’s Day this Tuesday, you know.”

A grin formed on Baz’ face. “You bought me a Valentine’s present?”

“Why do you sound so surprised?” I grumbled. 

“We didn’t do anything for Valentine’s last year, I didn’t think we’d be doing anything for this year.”

“We didn’t do anything last year because you were still at Watford and I was… Well, I wasn’t in the best state of mind. I don’t know, I just wanted to give you something this year.”

Baz’ grin turned into a genuine smile. He wrapped his arms around me as he spoke with his lips against my air, “You told me you were going to be a terrible boyfriend.”

Baz chuckled as he hugs me close. I just huffed in response, not all that amused. 

“Thank you for the chocolates,” Baz said, backing out of the hug. “And sorry for eating them before I was supposed to.”

“Yeah, it’s fine.” 

“Does that mean I can eat them all now?”

“Well I’m not going to give you a half filled box of chocolates for Valentine’s am I?” 

“I’m sorry!” Baz said, retreating to the couch. As he sat down he held up the box. “Want one?” 

I sighed before giving in. I made myself comfortable next to him as we emptied out the box together. 

“They taste even better knowing you bought them as a Valentine’s present,” Baz commented.

“I don’t want to hear it.”

At that moment Penny walked in. She quickly noticed the chocolates we were eating. “Weren’t those–”

“I don’t want to hear it!” 

18 OF THE MOST POWERFUL QUOTES ON HEARTBREAK IN LITERATURE
  1. The Remains of the Day- Kazuo Ishiguro 

    “Indeed — why should I not admit it? — in that moment, my heart was breaking.”- Stevens

  2. Gone with the Wind- Margaret Mitchell 

    “If I said I was madly in love with you you’d know I was lying.”- Scarlett O'Hara

  3. A Tale of Two Cities- Charles Dickens 

    “Remember now and then that there is a man who would die to keep someone you love beside you.”- Sydney Carton

  4. The Great Gatsby- F. Scott Fitzgerald 

    “Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that’s no matter—tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther… . And then one fine morning

    — So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. ”- Nick Carraway

  5. Little Women- Louisa May Alcott 

    “I did fail, say what you will, for Jo wouldn’t love me.”- Laurie Laurence

  6. Memoirs of a Geisha- Arthur Golden 

    “The heart dies a slow death, shedding each hope like leaves until one day there are none. No hopes. Nothing remains.”- Chiyo Sakamoto

  7. Twelfth Night- William Shakespeare 

    “If music be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.”- Duke Orsino

  8. Love in the Time of Cholera- Gabriel Garcia Marquez 

    “But that afternoon he asked himself, with his infinite capacity for illusion, if such pitiless indifference might not be a subterfuge for hiding the torments of love.”- Florentino Ariza

  9. The Wise Man’s Fear- Patrick Rothfuss 

    “I thought of all the others who had tried to tie her to the ground and failed. So I resisted showing her the songs and poems I had written, knowing that too much truth can ruin a thing. And if that meant she wasn’t entirely mine, what of it? I would be the one she could always return to without fear of recrimination or question. So I did not try to win her and contented myself with playing a beautiful game. But there was always a part of me that hoped for more, and so there was a part of me that was always a fool.”- Kvothe

  10. The Hunger Games- Suzanne Collins 

    “You don’t forget the face of the person who was your last hope.”- Katniss Everdeen

  11. Wuthering Heights- Emily Bronte 

    “You loved me-then what right had you to leave me? What right-answer me-for the poor fancy you felt for Linton? Because misery and degradation, and death, and nothing that God or Satan could inflict would have parted us, you, of your own will, did it. I have not broken your heart- you have broken it; and in breaking it, you have broken mine.“- Heathcliff

  12. Venetia- Georgette Heyer 

    “There is nothing so mortifying as to fall in love with someone who does not share one’s sentiments.”- Mrs Hendred

  13. Jane Eyre- Charlotte Bronte 

    "I was actually permitting myself to experience a sickening sense of disappointment: but rallying my wits, and recollecting my principles, I at once called my sensations to order; and it was wonderful how I got over the temporary blunder–how I cleared up the mistake of supposing Mr. Rochester’s movements a matter in which I had any cause to take vital interest.”- Jane Eyre

  14. Anna Karenina- Leo Tolstoy 

    “Love. The reason I dislike that word is that it means too much for me, far more than you can understand.“- Anna Karenina

  15. Like Water for Chocolate- Laura Esquivel 

    “When you’re told there’s no way you can marry the woman you love and your only hope of being near her is to marry her sister, wouldn’t you do the same?”- Pedro Muzquiz

  16. The Notebook- Nicholas Sparks                                                      "The reason it hurts so much to separate is because our souls are connected.”
  17. The Time Traveler’s Wife- Audrey Niffenegger 

    “I won’t ever leave you, even though you’re always leaving me.”- Clare Abshire

  18. Atonement- Ian McEwan                                                                 “He knew these last lines by heart and mouthed them now in the darkness. My reason for life. Not living, but life. That was the touch. And she was his reason for life, and why he must survive.”
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AU. Anna tells her friend Hans that she’s in love with a guy she recently met. Hans doubted that, so he tests her knowledge about him.

A sweet trick

On the castle of Arendelle, Anna and Elsa play just like how they did when they were kids….
Anna: You’ll never catch me, Elsa!
Maid cooking: Stop running, girls! I’m making chocolate!

Anna: Chocolate? I love chocolate!

Elsa: Hahaha! You shouldn’t had stopped! Now I got you!

Maid cooking: Oh no! My chocolate!

Elsa: I’m sorry I thought….. 
Anna: Hold on a second…… This tastes like… Chocolate ice cream! Elsa you’re a genius! You made chocolate even more delicious. 

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- Go to 1'02 min. “Do you have nickname for each other?” Sister, Sis, Best friend, Elsie, True Love.

True Love

TRUE LOVE.

- Qualities of a suitor : loves ice = Anna; loves chocolate = Anna; is Ok that you’re a queen = Anna.

Anna is the perfect suitor for Elsa described by Anna.

ANNA

This video is gold.