“Your hand and your mouth agreed many years ago that, as far as chocolate is concerned, there is no need to involve your brain.”
― Dave Barry
“May your life be filled, as mine has been, with love and laughter; and remember, when things are rough all you need is … Chocolate.”
― Geraldine Solon, Chocolicious
“Chocolate symbolizes, as does no other food, luxury, comfort, sensuality, gratification, and love.”
― Karl Petzke
“The greatest Emotion is Love.
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.
The greatest gift is your own Life.
The greatest pleasure is CHOCOLATE!
The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is that there’s always something new to learn.
The greatest virtue is temperance.
The greatest meditation is a peaceful mind.
The greatest practice is to be Kind.
The greatest challenge is to let go.
The greatest wisdom is to be in the NOW”
“Love is like a hollowed out piece of chocolate, filled with melted music.”
― Jarod Kintz, Love quotes for the ages. And the ageless sages.
“Nothing says I love you like the gift of a half-eaten candy bar. I ate my half two weeks before I remembered to give it to her.”
― Jarod Kintz, My love can only occupy one person at a time
“There is nothing better than a friend, unless there is a friend with chocolate.”
― Linda Grayson
“Moderation, honey, in all things but love and chocolate. That’s my motto.”
― Barbara Bretton, A Soft Place to Fall
“Chocolate is something you take for granted until you don’t have any.”
― Marja McGraw
“It was like having a box of chocolates shut in the bedroom drawer. Until the box was empty it occupied the mind too much.”
― Graham Greene, The Heart of the Matter
“Chemically speaking, chocolate really is the world’s perfect food.”
― Michael Levine
“Just the other day, I was in my neighborhood Starbucks, waiting for the post office to open. I was enjoying a chocolatey cafe mocha when it occurred to me that to drink a mocha is to gulp down the entire history of the New World. From the Spanish exportation of Aztec cacao, and the Dutch invention of the chemical process for making cocoa, on down to the capitalist empire of Hershey, PA, and the lifestyle marketing of Seattle’s Starbucks, the modern mocha is a bittersweet concoction of imperialism, genocide, invention, and consumerism served with whipped cream on top.”
― Sarah Vowell