My name is Jen.
I live on the edge of reality.
Sorry to disagree. Dark chocolate ruins everything! I like the white chocolate Reese's, but the milk chocolate is still the best. It can't be beat. I was so excited to try the mint three musketeers until I found out it was made with dark chocolate. Argh!
Angie, your words are poison.
I haven't tried them yet but I have felt for quite a while that there is something lacking and that it's in the chocolate realm. Don't get me wrong. I'll always be a fan of the Reese's but I would like more chocolaty taste. So basically what I'm rambling on about is that I have high hopes for the dark and will cross my fingles that they are better.
well, it's not going to be high quality chocolate, let's be honest. But as good as the general chocolate/peanut butter combo is, eating one of these cups sends me into a diabetic coma so i'm hoping the darker will make them tolerable.
What a sin! Why ruin a PERFECT dessert... sad. I am truly saddened by this turn of events.
(Sigh) Everything gets corrupted sooner or later...
mmmm...my vote is for dark chocolate to take over any and all milk chocolate products. except for peanut m&ms perhaps. they're already pretty perfect.
My mother practically disowns me every time I remind her that I like milk chocolate, not dark. But actually, the perfect Reese's dessert is actually Reese's Sticks. Heaven.
What?! There is a MINT and Dark Chocolate Three Musketeers!?!?! Jen, am I going to have to actually start looking at the candy and cereal aisles? Where's your mint three musketeers post? I feel like someone dropped the ball there - I feel like it wasn't me.
that's funny because i just disowned my mother the other day for her preference for milk chocolate.Finally, katie, a voice of reason. GEEZ. And amber, you are right. FAIL. I will go out and get one because it looks promising. maybe. I think part of the problem is i buy candy bars once a never, so... that may need to be remedied.also: i'd like to draw attention to the title of this post and the apostrophe on friggin' that implies one might normally say "frigging" and how that is funny.
And just think - I live across the street from where those are made... :0)
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