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Every Christmas we get boxes and boxes of chocolates; This year we had between eight and ten. Do you get a lot of chocolates at Christmas? How long does it take to get through them all?

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We are about half way through our supply. I am going away for week, so they won't be eaten during that time. I expect the three of us will have demolished all our chocolates by about mid February.
Thankfully I did not get any chocolates this Christmas. What a relief. Usually they'll table about a week to finish.
I recieved 3 boxes of chocolates during Christmas. At the moment, I still have two boxes left untouched. The only reason they are still here is because my New Years Resolution is to be healthier and eat more vegetable and fruits and less chocolate.
Usually about a week ... if I'm lucky
We have to eat them quickly otherwise the summer heat will melt them up. Good excuse to gulp them down as fast as possible.
That's a good point. We don't have that problem because it is winter.
If I get more than one box, the other(s) are re gifted.Too much chocolate for me is a huge no-no.Don't need the extra calories that's for sure.Christmas was bad enough...Normally I will just give them to family or whoever,(unopened of course.)
''Spread the love''. :)
Not Loooooooooooooooong, I have a sweet tooth.
I've only ever been given 1 large tin of chocolates, & that was for Christmas '16. I can't read anything on tin saying if their milk or dark. I also think there from Poland. It's now 3 & 1/2 weeks after Christmas, but I'm too scared to open them, in case their not dark chocolate! I'd much rather just buy the blocks of chocolates that we like, when we want to eat them, 1 square at a time! Or if there Lindt, we share the square piece of chocolate! A friend gave me a dark Lindt chocolate for Christmas '16 also, so as we eat them in order of
expiry date, that 1 is on the bottom of the pile, to be eaten. from the pantry.
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