Easter is quite a bit of time ago, I know. Back then my mom gave me this chocolate Easter bunny. If you ever get the chance to get your hands on Lindt chocolate: take it! It's one of my favourite brands of chocolate (when we were in Rome, there was A WHOLE LINDT STORE full of these heavenly treats), and I think it's not a bad thing it's not widely available over here. That would be too much temptation for me to resist.
Anyway, I have a little confession to make: I am a bit quirky when it comes to food. The order in which things should be eaten, the way it should be cut (slices of cheese DO taste better than cubes) and more crazy stuff like that. Another one: I do not like eating food that is shaped like animals. I just don't have the heart to eat it. Well, almost. This bunny had been sitting on a shelf for months. Until my sweet tooth started begging me to eat The Bunny. I started looking for other treats in cupboard, to save bunny's life. But none were there, so I obliged.... Poor thing! Do you have any food related quirks?
Haha, I have the same weird "thing" about eating animal shaped food. Even as a child! I could never eat those animal cookies ;-) I also prefer the chocolate Easter eggs to the bunnies...ReplyDelete
I CANNOT believe you made the Easter bunny last this long! It would've been gone Easter evening at my house! That having been said, I do have qualms about biting their ears off--it seems so barbaric.ReplyDelete
Lindt chocolate is delicious! We have one of their stores at a mall over here, and it's so tempting every time we go by. Godiva chocolate is pretty good, too. :-)ReplyDelete
My main food quirk is that I try to eat everything on my plate at the same pace. I know some people will finish their meat first and then eat one side dish at a time, but I can't! I have to take one bite of each thing, and then I always try to end with a bite of whatever I like best. Haha.
Well, it seems a bit odd, but its Chocolate....close your eyes and Enjoy!!!ReplyDelete
and yes...how did it last that long!
Mmmmm...he looks pretty tasty! I could have never waited that long :)ReplyDelete
That last picture breaks my heart.. poor bunny!ReplyDelete
Ha! This is a great post. :) I agree that sliced cheese tastes better than cubed. I like mine thinly sliced as well. I always have to have my sandwiches cut in half, always.ReplyDelete
I agree with the animal shaped food. I don't want to eat it because it is so cute!ReplyDelete
Jessica @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights
You're not alone - I also don't like to eat food shaped like animals so although I love Lindt chocolate, it would take me a long time to eat this bunny, too! But it looks like he was delicious in the end :)ReplyDelete
mmm lekker I never had problems eating these bunnies Love chocalate whatever shapeReplyDelete
Haha you're so cute! I can eat anything as long as it's normal food. Some of my friends traveled to Asia and tried some spiders, which apparently were delicacies in that country!ReplyDelete
SWEET post! Well girl .... you did a fantastic job to tempted me this time! I'm such of chocogolic and I LOVE dark chocolate!ReplyDelete
Lol. Yes I do. When it comes to eating animal crackers, I usually eat the legs and tail first followed by the head and then the body.ReplyDelete
Heehee...Marieken, you're a chocolate-bunny murderer!!! LOLZ....just kidding. I love Lindt too. This bunny wouldn't have lasted long in our house:DReplyDelete
Until months before I moved there, the city where I went to college had a Lindt store. Sadly, it was replaced by some generic clothing shop. =(ReplyDelete
This post made me smile. I have a weird thing about things like gummy worms - they remind me too much of actual worms, which grosses me out so I just can't. (Bears are okay though, for some reason...). I didn't eat noodles for awhile when I was younger because it reminded me of the worm situation!ReplyDelete
Ha, I can totally relate. I have a ferrero Rocher eating quirk, and can never understand that others dont'follow my Ferrero Rocher eating rules. I mean they are really simple. The rules are this: first take off the outer layer of chocolate and nut with your teeth. Most important that you don't dint the wafer with your teeth. Then, when all the outer layer is gone, you have to snap the wafer ball along its seam with your teeth and eat one half, and then the other. Simple really. Kind of like snapping the ears off the bunny first so that you can't recognise it looks like a bunny. :)ReplyDelete