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fireproof-heaven  asked:

Hey Remmy! Mind if I call you Remmy? I'm gonna do it anyway. OwO So, I'm gonna go and stock on chocolate in like half an hour or so and since you're such a chocolate lover, I was wondering if you could help me with choosing flavours and maybe brands? Love you, Sirius, Teddy and everyone else!!❤❤❤🍫

Remus: Remmy is okay! *smiles* You need to try the cookie and creme Hershey chocolate! It’s delicious.


On February 9th, 1894, Milton S. Hershey founded the Hershey Chocolate Company. What better way to appreciate this momentous anniversary than with a book of chocolate recipes?

Walter Baker & Company’s 1931 recipe book, Best Chocolate and Cocoa Recipes, begins with a chronicle of the history of chocolate– its origins in ancient Mexico, South America, and the West Indies and how it spread to Europe and the United States. No variation of chocolate dessert is left out of this book, and many of the recipes include mouthwateringly realistic illustrations.

Walter Baker & Company. (1931). Best chocolate and cocoa recipes. Dorchester, Mass: W. Baker & Co., Inc.

From the Tampa Memorial Collection, University of South Florida Libraries

Contents of an INFP’s backpack.
Bag look:
 -Dull green (faded and covered in holes)
 -Carabiner holding strap to backpack (old loop busted)
 -Keychain (Cloud’s buster sword)
Right side storage:
 -Pencil Case (full of drawing supplies)
Left side storage:
 -Glasses (had this pair for years now)
Outer Pocket:
 -Assorted candy wrappers (Snickers, Hershey’s, etc.)
 -Empty bag of root beer barrels
 -SD card case (no SD card inside)
Accessory Pocket:
 -Small flashlight (surprisingly handy)
 -Wacom pen (for drawing the cartoons)
 -Cellphone charger
 -Chapstick (why do I always lose these?)
 -Flash drive (full of schoolwork and doodles)
Main Storage:
 -Gaming device (3DS most days)
 -Assorted papers in no particular order (I think some of these are from 2014)
 -Sketchbook (nearly full. need to get a new one)
 -Assorted Notebooks (I can’t organize my thoughts or my notes. Just full of doodles)
 -… More candy wrappers (why do I not just throw them away?)
—  an INFP

Mostacciolo (a chocolate spiced Italian treat)

One of my favorite family recipes! The flavors of chocolate and spice will probably be familiar, but if you’re looking for a different dessert to try, it’s their dense, almost sort of rubbery consistency that fits the bill. I hesitate to call it a cookie; there’s no common dessert I can really compare it to. Think if a chocolate spice cake and a tootsie roll had a baby.

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stepsinthemoonlight  asked:

Hello! First off, I simply adore your art style ( it's gorgeous ! ). And also, do you like Hot chocolate? Or chocolate in general?

Thank you! I’m glad you like it! And yes, I like chocolate! My favorite is white chocolate <3 I love Hershey’s * - *) and of course… 

anonymous asked:

You are such an incredible singer. It reminds of Hershey kisses because it's sweet and soft. Sorry if that's weird! You're amazing!

(( OOC: This killed me. Everyone else can go home. This one wins everything. ))

unwrapping a present. laughing with your friends. a Hershey’s kiss. hickeys. songs on repeat. when someone goes out of their way to show you they care. daisies, lillies and sunflowers. the colour yellow: overflowing with happiness, smiles and positivity. blowing bubbles. the thrill of being onstage. rainbows and unicorns. original grimm fairytales. jumping into cold water on a hot day. the very starting of summer.
—  name aesthetics: Lily/Lillian //requested by anonymous

Listen. Mello does not have sophisticated taste in chocolate. You look at the chocolate that he eats and… I’m sorry to say but that shit is Hershey. It’s all we ever see him eat, absolutely no variety, none of this mint chocolate or dark chocolate or any of that, it’s just cheap Hershey bars. He doesn’t even like anything else. It’s cheap sugary milk chocolate or nothing! You try and give him Lindt or Cadbury and he’ll kill you.

TalesFromRetail: "What about the candy your kid put in his pocket?"

I just remembered an old story from when I worked at a grocery store. I was a cashier, and a woman came through my line with her two children.

The girl was smaller than the boy, and the boy was tormenting her as a result (hitting her, poking her, pulling at her, just bothering her basically). To her credit, she never hit him or poked him back and instead kept yelling at him to stop. The mom was basically doing that monotone “Cut it out. Stop it.” that extremely checked-out moms have perfected. Pretty par for the course at this point.

Except as mom is putting up the groceries, her son takes a pack of candy (I think it was some kind of Hershey’s chocolate) and sticks it in his pocket. When he sees me watching, he smirks at me and sticks out his tongue. So, of course, game on.

I put on my cheery, retail smile, and start scanning. As the order flies by, the kid starts to look around and get bored. I guess he thought he got away with it.

I wait until the very end, and as the woman pulls out her card to pay, I smile and say, “How about the candy as well?” This kid’s head spins around from looking at the end of the register and he gives me the most incredulous expression.

The mother looks at me and goes, “What candy?” Looking in her son’s eyes the whole time, I say, “The candy your son stuck in his pocket earlier.”

This woman goes from 0 to 100 in 1 second flat. She spins around, and starts SCREAMING at her son, waving her arms, just flipping out, and spanked him. The kid is freaking out, and his little sister is just looking on with the most satisfied expression I’ve ever seen. She pays and hauls him out of the store; the candy bar at the edge of the register as a homage to the craziness that just occurred.

As horrible as I feel about that kid getting spanked, I hope it makes him think twice before acting like such a little jerk again!

By: that_ginger927927

Headcanon that Eren is lowkey a total chocoholic like, he has a hidden stash of Hershey’s bars somewhere. Sadly, Armin likes chocolate too and Eren doesn’t always wanna share but he can’t refuse Armin’s adorable puppy-dog eyes when he begs for chocolates. So they made up a game called “Kiss for a kiss” where they balance a Hershey’s Kiss in between their lips and whoever eats it first loses, but the other wins a kiss.

Half the time Eren loses on purpose because he gets chocolate and gets to kiss Armin.