Photo courtesy of Sam Hutchison.
Found in Japan.
Tastes a bit fishy
This translation did not go without a hitch.
Are you sure it’s not ”Moron Chocolat”?
How about the rest of the trailer?
Windy chocolate for sail.
The material of the hitch is usually rope, something knot usually found in chocolate!
It’s not easy being received in green.
The light of the nature and the wind got together and produced this son of a hitch.
If you get wind from chocolate, they must be using other beans than cocoa.
Marron? Chocolate Crayfish?
Speaking of Crayfish and water.
Q: What did King Neptune say when the seas dried up?
A: I haven’t a notion.
I gave a Maori mate of mine some Chilli Chocolate. He now regards me with a fair degree of suspicion, if I offer him food.
His wife loved it though. But as he said – she’s from the Cook Islands.
Chilli Chocolate, hot Chillies, cheese and beer. Great snacks for watching the F1.
Or a good bottle of Shiraz, nicely chilled.
Only madmen drink red wine at room temperature in summer in Qld.
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the snags of a thousand hitches,
Or to rise up against a sea of couplings , and harness the material from whence they rose.
In France, they are called Macron chocolat!
This chocolat material makes me hitchy. I’m going back to wearing cotton candy!