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Holiday Confectionry

I received a couple of gifts of fudge this year - one edible, one less so. Unfortunately, the edible fudge was given by a quasi-relative whom I've only met for the first time and I'm unlikely to see again for many years. The less edible fudge was given by a cow-orker who takes undeserved pride in her fudge-making abilities. I assume the pride is based solely on the quantity of her output, not on the quality.

Poll #895520 Fudge Factor

I like fudge.

Yes.
13(86.7%)
No.
2(13.3%)
I don't eat human food.
0(0.0%)
Kill me now.
0(0.0%)

What qualities do you look for in fudge?

Extreme chocolatiness.
0(0.0%)
Lots of nuts.
0(0.0%)
Marshmallows/coconut/mint/other non-nut additives.
0(0.0%)
Flavors other than chocolate.
0(0.0%)
Density.
0(0.0%)
Smooth creaminess.
1(6.7%)
Sweetness.
0(0.0%)
Made by my favorite fudge-making relative/friend.
0(0.0%)
Free.
1(6.7%)
Relieves suicidal feelings.
0(0.0%)

A person you have to see often (friend/relative/cow-orker) gives you some nasty fudge. Do you admit your dislike?

Yes.
1(6.7%)
No.
12(80.0%)
I'd move to Bolivia. Unless they were in Bolivia, then I'd move to Botswana.
2(13.3%)

How do you keep from receiving more gifts of disgusting fudge?

Comments

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shellynoir
Dec. 27th, 2006 12:12 am (UTC)
I got some chocolates that were too rich but made wonderful hot chocolate when put in the microwave with 1/3 cup of water, nuked for one minute, stirred melodramatically, mixed with 2/3 cup milk and 1 tsp sugar, nuked for another minute.*

*past performance does not guarantee future results, all microwaves may vary, when in doubt use a bigger cup than you need and keep it less full than you want, track sold separately
junglemonkee
Dec. 27th, 2006 06:25 pm (UTC)
That sounds LOVELY! Although you forgot "your mileage may vary."
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