If chocolate bars don’t grow on trees, they should.
Don’t waste that chocolate!
I don’t like wasting chocolate, but I’m thinking of it as an investment that may pay off big in the spring!
It is worth a try. I agree.
Have a fabulous day filled with chocolate. 🙂
I think it is, too!
It is definitely worth a try…anything for chocolate!
I agree, anything for more chocolate!
Oh boy, a chocolate tree! Let me know when when the picking is rigjt.
I will! I hope the rabbits don’t get to it first!
Well, I don’t think it’s ever been tried. How can one be totally sure if it’s never been tried?
I don’t think it has, either! And we could end up with a lot of chocolate!
If you are lucky, it will grown into a stately Hershey tree.
That’s what I’m hoping for!
A chocolate tree would be amazing!
It sure would be if I could get one to grow!
The real question is will Winky eat the chocolate bar once he finds out this won’t work?
It is kind of tempting out there, but I’ve got to give it a chance to start growing!
Moldy and muddy, as long as you are okay with that.
Can chocolate get moldy? I’ve never seen moldy chocolate.
Well, it’s a good foundation for an ant hill at the very least.
No! Ants are not allowed near my chocolate bar tree seed!
You should invest in some anteaters to stand guard.
That would be a good idea as long as they don’t eat chocolate, too.
I like this idea Winky ☺
It still hasn’t started growing, though.
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