Jill Weatherholt

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No Pinching!

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Mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” ~ Forrest Gump

When I was little, I loved to sneak into my mom’s Whitman’s Sampler Assorted Chocolate box, in search of my favorite piece of candy, chocolate coconut. Unfortunately, all of the pieces looked the same to a child’s eye. Despite the label on the inside lid to indicate the location of each chocolate, they were never in the proper place.

Since I didn’t like pieces that squirted a liquid, like the Cherry Cordials or the kind with the unidentifiable jelly, I was forced to pinch it to identify. Sometimes it would take three or four pinches before I could find the coconut.

I never understood why my mom would get angry and yell, “Who’s been pinching the candies?” The pieces were still edible, albeit a little smashed. I later discovered I wasn’t the only one pinching, my father and sister were also pinchers. Since I was the finicky eater in the family, I was always on the receiving end of the accusing eye.

A couple of times, I took my chances and bit into a piece, but those pieces usually ended up hidden in the trash can. Fortunately through the years, my mother developed a taste for better candy. Russell Stover Nuts and Chews replaced the Whitman’s Sampler and in that box, there was never a bad piece.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

What’s your favorite kind of candy?

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Author: Jill Weatherholt

My name is Jill Weatherholt and I’m a writer. I have a full-time job, but at night and on the weekend, I pursue my passion, writing. I write modern stories about love, friendship and forgiveness. I started this blog as a way to share my journey toward publication and to create a community for other new writers. Raised in the Washington, DC area, I’ve lived in Charlotte, North Carolina since 2004. I hold a degree in Psychology from George Mason University and a Certification in Paralegal Studies from Duke University. My first book, SECOND CHANCE ROMANCE, published by Harlequin Love Inspired released on February 21, 2017 and is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.com. I was the first place winner in the Dream Quest One Short Story Contest in the Winter 2014-2015 competition. In 2014, I placed second in Southern Writers Magazine Short Story Contest. I was also a top ten finalist in Southern Writers Magazine Short Story Contest in 2012 and 2013. I’m a 2010 and 2012 winner of the NaNoWriMo Contest. I love to connect readers, visit me at jillweatherholt.com

99 thoughts on “No Pinching!

  1. haha…love Russell Stover. When we drive to Dallas we always make a stop in Corsicana at the factory and gift shop. Click here to view the stop Andy the Armadillo, my mother and I made on a drive to Dallas. http://lenorediane.com/2012/03/22/andy-armadillow-his-texas-tale-continues/ he-he Hope you enjoy all the goodies…from a far away from your pinching fingers.

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    • Thanks for sharing the link, Georgette. It looks as those Andy had a nice road trip. My mother would love to take a tour of the factory. I’ll bet it smells delicious. I’m happy to report there’s been no pinching so far. 🙂 Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. So you are a pincher huh? I must remember to hid my chocolates if you ever come to visit! Favorite candy? Chocolate covered coffee beans. Who needs energy drinks anyway. Happy Valentine’s Day Jill! 🙂

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    • Lol! I promise I won’t pinch your candies, Dor. I’ve never had chocolate covered coffee beans, that sounds good. I’ve never even heard of them…I’ll have to do some Googling. I hope you had a great Valentine’s Day!

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  3. My mother loved Russell Stover too – the treasure chest! But she was a fan of anything chocolate and I’d always bring some back to her from wherever I travelled in the world. It was the only thing I knew her to stash away and not openly share with anybody and everybody who stopped by – as she did everything else.

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    • Thank you for sharing this memory of your mother, Renee. Like your mother was, my mother is a big fan of chocolate. I like to kid her that her purse is like a candy store. She too has a stash, not only in her purse but tucked away in the pantry. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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  4. Ha! This made me laugh! I don’t like cherry cordials either. And I don’t like to be surprised by candy! My mother liked the Whitman Sampler too and also Fannie Mae. Now there is See’s candy. Mmmmm. See’s.
    Mom didn’t like my pinching either. And I didn’t look at the sheet to know what the squiggles meant until I was an adult.
    Happy Valentine’s Day, Jill!

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  5. I think my favorite from childhood were these layered truffles from Franny Farmer? I vaguely remember them. No pinching necessary, they were easily identifiable.

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    • You might be thinking of Fannie Mae, they had a great layered truffle. 🙂 You’re right, Nicole, there was no pinching required especially if the entire box was truffles…so good. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment. Enjoy your weekend!

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  6. So you’re a PINCHER…hmm….That’s good to know about you. I learn something new every week. 🙂 I love the chocolates with nuts. So I looked for the distorted ones with things sticking out of them and was usually right on. There is nothing worse than biting into the WRONG one. I am looking forward to many (too many) chocolate covered strawberries this weekend. LOVE THOSE! Have a lovely pinching Valentine’s Day, Jill! xo

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    • Lol! Yes, I confess, I was a pincher, Maria. 🙂 I don’t eat much chocolate anymore, but like you, I do enjoy chocolate covered nuts. Biting into the wrong piece was such a disappointment, especially when my mom was holding the box and telling me to pick one piece. I wasn’t able to pinch, so whatever I picked, that was it. Ugh, I still remember the pieces with the dark jelly. To this day, I don’t know what that was! I hope you had a great Valentine’s Day, filled with chocolate covered strawberries! Enjoy! xo

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  7. Jill – how could you do this to me! Chocolate is my absolute favourite and I have self imposed a ban until Easter! I’m not a fan of other sweeties/candy, but chocolate …. a girl will just have to dream 🙂

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    • I’m so sorry Jenny! I didn’t know you had banned chocolate from your diet. Did you start the ban when you began your daily walking? Well, you only have around 2 months and then you can eat a big chocolate Easter Bunny…something to look forward to. I’m like you, if it’s not chocolate, it’s wasted calories. Enjoy your weekend!

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  8. I’m not much of a candy eater anymore, but I have to say I am enjoying the cinnamon hearts my co-worker has on his desk.

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  9. At least you pinched. In our house there was occasionally bite marks in them. Yuk! I liked the ones that tasted like a Clark bar and they were easily identified. I also liked the coconut. I didn’t like the mystery fillings although I could eat a cherry cordial or two. We used to study that map as it we were getting quizzed on it! The best was when there were 2 layers.

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    • Lol! I guess my mother should have been happy there were no teeth marks in her chocolates. I remember the ones that tasted like a Clark or Heath Bar. I liked those too, Kate. They were rectangular and kind of flat and yes, easy to identify. Ah, the 2 layers, that was indeed an added bonus. Have a great weekend, so sorry to hear you’re getting more snow. 😦

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  10. Ah! To be as discerning as you are Jill! I’m afraid chocolate is chocolate and I will eat it all! 🙂 am so looking forward to Easter and those giant chocolate bunnies! A favourite though would have to be Mon Cheri Cherry cordial dark chocolate. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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  11. Thanks to the miracles of modern consumerism, we only have to buy the flavors we want. I’ll take Godiva if anyone is giving it away, but if I have to buy my own, Hershey’s is more than adequate.

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    • You’re right, Eric, the candy industry has evolved over the years. Thankfully, I think those pieces with the dark jelly have gone by the wayside. There’s nothing better than a good ole Hershey bar, especially if it’s dark chocolate. I will take a guess that you’ve traveled to Hershey, PA. It smells so good in that town. Enjoy your weekend!

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  12. My dad used to hide his chocolate mints, but my sister and I would always find them. We’d devour the box within minutes and replace it. It could be days before he realised and the entire house would tremble as he ran from room to room to find us, waving the empty box in his hand. He ran out of places to hide them in the end; one time we found them in his sock drawer 😉

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    • Thank you for sharing this story, Gemma! I can picture your father running through the house and waving the empty box, too funny. I love that he resorted to hiding his chocolate mints in his sock drawer…who would think to look there! Great story! Have a wonderful weekend. 🙂

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  13. I don’t eat sugar any more and so chocolates have also gone from my life. Interestingly I went for the jelly ones and avoided the coconut as much as possible…. now coconut forms a large part of my dietary intake – isn’t life funny!!

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    • Good for you for giving up sugar, Pauline. I could take it or leave it, as my taste buds have changed over the years. Wow, I’ve never known anyone who went for the jelly pieces. I’m pretty sure in our house, they always ended up in the garbage. Enjoy your weekend!

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  14. You had me cracking a smile here, Jill. I can totally see you pinching all of those chocolates. My wife would be doing the same thing. I was never smart enough to do that though… and a wasteful child to. I’d just pop it in my mouth and if I didn’t like it, out it went!

    But favorite candy? Whew… that’s a tough one. I really like all things grape flavored but I’m also a big toffee fan!

    Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Jill!

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    • I’m happy to bring a smile to your face, Phillip. 🙂 I tried to be a sneaky pincher, but I always got busted. I would say we were all probably wasteful as children. I also liked grape flavored candy when I was a child, I loved grape Jolly Ranchers and grape Charms Pops. Enjoy your weekend!

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  15. Rock (such as Blackpool Rock), very British and guaranteed to break your teeth. There used to be a place in Blackpool where they showed you how it was made and how the lettering (BLACKPOOL) ran through it end to end.

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    • Oh, I loved Rock candy as a child, Roy. I had no idea until later in life that it was British. You’re right, that candy is a dentist’s dream. You piqued my interest about how it’s made…I just found a YouTube video…pretty cool. Enjoy your weekend!

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  16. The best part of Whitman’s was that label. I remember studying it very closely to make I didn’t get the cherries 🙂 I didn’t pinch, but I had to throw out my share of bitten and rejected chocolates. These days I go for Ghiradelli’s dark chocolate bite-size squares. As much as I love chocolate, I can’t eat very much of it. Too much and I start feeling queasy. Which is probably a good thing 🙂

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    • I agree, Marie, the labeling was a great idea. I think the problem in our house was my sister and I would pick up pieces for examination and fail to put them back in the proper spot. It sounds like the bite-sized squares are best for you…everything in moderation. I hope you had a great Valentine’s Day!

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  17. HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY, SWEET JILL!

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  18. Oh, the memories that this brings to life, Jill! First, our boxes of chocolates–when no one was watching–magically had acquired toothpick pricks in the bottom of each piece so we could see the flavor! This, of course, was an improvement over the actual holes in the bottom from little fingers pushing in to see the flavor.
    My other Whitman memory is that when a big gift box was empty, my mom used it for tea bags, buttons, sewing threads, makeup travel containers, or folded fancy handkerchiefs. Even now, when I see a box of Whitman’s, I don’t think of candy as much as alternate storage!

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    • Ah, toothpicks…that’s genius, Marylin! I wish my sister and I had thought of that. I didn’t remember until reading your comment, but I always wanted my mom to save the empty box. I liked to store crayons and other items inside. The best part was, the chocolate smell lingered. 🙂 Have a great weekend!

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  19. Oh Jill, just as with Marylin, a box of Whitman Sampler chocolates brings back so many memories for me of my years spent in the States. I had an empty box which I kept buttons in for years! So far as the chocolates I like, for me it always has to be the ones with caramel or fudge but I can’t stand it if I accidentally bite into anything with coconut as I just can’t bear it! I don’t like the ones that squirt liquid either.
    Hope you and Derek from Devon are having a wonderful and Happy Valentine’s Day xo

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    • Judging by the comments, Whitman could give Rubbermaid a run for their money in the storage container industry. It was a very durable box. You were brave, biting into the candies without pinching. I loved Marylin’s sneaky way to check the inside with a toothpick. I always enjoyed the fudge, but caramel wasn’t my favorite. I didn’t like how it stuck to my teeth.
      Thank you, Sherri. We had a very nice Valentine’s Day and we hope you did as well!

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      • Ha Ha! Yes, it does seem that way, we all had the same ideas for those boxes and yes, Marylin’s way was very clever, think we should have both tried that method!

        We did Jill thanks, despite a raging storm all night Friday, but we stayed in, nice and cosy and had a lovely meal with a bottle of bubbly and watched the Olympics 🙂

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      • Derek from Devon just read your post from today, he thought it was “incredible.” He’s wishing you the best.

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      • Ahh, how kind and lovely, please tell Derek from Devon a huge thank you from me! He has probably been to West Bay a few times… 🙂 xo

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  20. I have always loved cherry cordials! Even as a child. I hate coffee cream filled chocolates.
    Happy Valentine’s Day,
    Theresa

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  21. I like ferrero rocher, lindt truffles, cadbury, chocolate covered nuts…I have many favorites. I love chocolate. When I was a child, we didn’t have chocolates so there was no opportunity to pinch. We enjoyed small hard candies, gum and home made candy.
    I just got some delicious cadbury minis from Canada and I’m nibbling them slowly:-)

    Happy Valentine’s to you to you, Jill.

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    • Your taste in chocolates is excellent, Elaine! It was probably good you didn’t have chocolates growing up, you may have gotten in trouble like I did for pinching. I’m happy to hear you’re enjoying some chocolate from Canada…enjoy! Happy Weekend!

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      • Jill, I thought of you yesterday when my friend shared some Russell Stover with me yesterday. No pinching…the heart shaped chocolates were all solid milk:) I do have two boxes of Whitman on my dining table- let the pinching begin!

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      • Lol! You’re so funny, Elaine! Wow, two boxes of Whitman, I see a lot of pinching in your future…enjoy! xo

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  22. Well you know I love chocolate and Whitman’s brings back some great childhood memories. I was a pincher as well! Hope you have a great day and have a wonderful weekend.

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  23. I am a definite chocoholic, so to me it’s hard to beat anything chocolate. Especially dark chocolate. Unfortunately being diabetic I’ve never been able to indulge this obsession as freely as I’d like. 😦 Over the years I’ve been given many different kinds of expensive chocolate, but my favorite has always been a toss up between Mounds and Almond Joy. Oh, and I too am a pincher. I hate the creamy filling in chocolates.

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    • Yes…another pincher! I’m sorry to hear you aren’t able to indulge as often as you’d like, Elizabeth, but I guess it makes it even sweeter when you can. I’m with you, the expensive stuff never did as much for me as good old Hershey’s brand chocolates. Have a great weekend!

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  24. Lindt Truffles are my favorite. I don’t like chocolates with cream or fruit fillings. I do like coconut filled ones though, like Almond Joy. Have a great weekend.

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  25. Ah yes. Picking through the samples looking for just the right piece of candy. For me, it was caramels. I was always looking for caramels. No pinching for me, though. I was a biter. Why should I care, right? I wasn’t going to eat them 🙂

    Happy day after Valentine’s.

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    • Lol! Well, I suppose if it wasn’t your “one” pick, it didn’t matter. I have to give you credit though, Dave, biting into the unknown can be scary.
      I hope you had a few caramels this Valentine’s Day! Enjoy!

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  26. Ugh, fruit creams and those nasty liqueurs, Jill. Or chocolate brazils- yuck! You wouldn’t have to squeeze them very hard to identify them. Good technique, though 🙂
    I like toffees (but my teeth don’t) and nutty things like praline and almonds. Ooh, this is such a bad conversation! My husband has some leftover chocs from Christmas. Maybe I could “pinch” a couple while he’s in the bath? Serve him right- Christmas is an age ago!

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    • You’re right, Jo, it didn’t require much pressure before the squirting would occur. I always thought it was a good technique until I read Marylin’s comment…tooth picks…so sneaky.
      I hope you were able to sneak a couple of your husband’s chocolate while he was in the bath…you’re sneaky like Sherri. 🙂 Enjoy!

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  27. In a box of chocolates I always loved coffee creams – still do – but apparently that’s not a popular choice, as all the assorted chocolate manufacturers started to get rid of the coffee creams from their collections! Not good. I always hated the fruity creams.

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    • As a child, I didn’t care for the coffee cream chocolates, but I’m sure I would enjoy them now. I want to try the chocolate coffee bean that Dor mentioned. Ugh, the fruity creams…didn’t like them as a child and still don’t like them. I hope you find some enjoyable chocolate this weekend, Andrea!

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  28. Ha– I remember taking a single bite out of them and then putting them back in. I’d kill my child for such an offense…. I’ll need a really high shelf for storing chocolate. I’m right there with ya– chocolate with coconut is the best one in the box!

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    • Ah, so you were a bite and reject chocolate eater. No judgment here, but I think that’s worse than the pinch and replace, Aussa. 🙂 If your kids follow in your footsteps, you’ll need a Jack in the Beanstalk shelf…you’re so determined! Coconut and chocolate, just like peanut butter and chocolate, they just belong together. Happy Weekend!

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  29. I’m sure you struck a chord with a lot of women on this post, Jill. My husband is always commenting on how chocolate is such a “woman thing.” Loved the anecdote of squeezing the chocolates when you were young! I had a bit less tact – I actually bit into them, then deposited them back into the box or the trash can if it wasn’t one I liked. My favorite combination is chocolate & peanut butter in any form. After living in Europe for 5 years, I became a bit of a chocolate snob, I’m sorry to say. My favorites are the Belgian and Swiss, and the Germans make pretty good chocolate too. I’ve assimilated back into American culture, but the candy here just isn’t the same.

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    • Oh…so you were a bold biter. I guess I was too timid and resorted to the pinching which probably resulted in being in as much trouble as actually biting. My mom was very protective over her chocolates. Ah, Swiss chocolate…delicious! Whether it’s Belgian, Swiss or German, I hope you’re enjoying a little bit of chocolate this weekend, Gwen! xo

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  30. By the way — I mentioned Skinny Pop to my husband (The Popcorn King), and he brought a bag home for me today 😀

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  31. Here’s a tip from one pincher to another: See’s Dark Chocolate assortment with soft centers is the absolute best!HA! I have no ideas why, but none of my kids have acquired the habit of pinching those tempting pieces…so in my family I am definitely the only culprit… 🙂
    peace

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  32. My aunt recently gave me a box of Russell Stover’s assorted chocolates. They have a few with nuts (I’m allergic), so I’m wondering if she might be trying to get rid of me. 😉

    Totally understand the urge to pinch and see what you are getting. I love Maison du Chocolat and Jacques Torres–it was so fun to hand select the chocolates and bring them home to savor. 🙂

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    • Lol…I doubt your aunt was trying to get rid of you, Kourtney. Hopefully she just forgot about your allergy or she thought you might share the nut candies with someone else. 🙂 Ah, hand selected chocolates, that’s the safest way to enjoy the chocolate experience.

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      • LOL. The funny thing is she’s allergic to nuts too and someone gave them to her. So it might be that she was the intended target. 😉 Yes, and they give you a brochure so you can read about them before you eat them at home.

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  33. Ever heard of Tunnocks chocolate wafers? Its English, and i grew up on that! 🙂

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  34. It takes a pincher to know a pincher, Jill! One of the many perks of being an adult is it is now my box of (better quality) chocolate and I’ve graduated from pinching to plain-out biting. My husband seemed to find this unappealing, so – as a courtesy – I started cutting off pieces with a knife – leaving ‘his half’ untainted. And I’m with Andrea – where did all the coffee creams go??

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    • Lol! I’m with you on the better quality chocolate, nothing against Whitman of course. That is so considerate of you, Shel, using a knife and leaving the other half for your husband. That is indeed, true love! I would imagine someone has a coffee cream chocolate out there. Have a great week!

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  35. My wife has a habit of doing this very thing! I like to pick one and enjoy whatever is inside. Not too picky.

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  36. Pinching isn’t bad – it could have been worse, you could have been a biter and then a put backer out (that is what my husband does)

    I am a Godiva girl – but I don’t like the liquid cherry candy either

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    • I agree, Hilary, pinching is definitely better than biting…less germs! Oh Godiva, good stuff. Congratulations on your new book, I’ve got it loaded and ready on my Kindle…can’t wait! Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment.

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  37. I thoroughly enjoyed the story of pinching. I am a fan of all kinds of chocolates. You can call me chocoholic, white chocolate or dark, it doesn’t matter Jill. But my personal best are Godiva, and cadbury. Werther’s original candy appeals to me. Otherwise its chocolate for me. Thanks for sharing a lovely post my friend. Take care and God bless.

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  38. Brings back memories. I loved the coconut ones best too. Missing chocolate at this time of year.

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    • I figured you’d be a coconut girl, Jolyse…those yummy Key West Pina Coladas. 🙂 Speaking of, I loved your post today, it was a great getaway. Just think, in a few months we’ll be breaking out our sandals!

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  39. I loved Whitman Samplers! Part of the joy was not knowing if you’d get a good piece, and then that pleasure when you stumbled on a really good one (I wasn’t clever enough to pinch them first…). 😉 I love anything chocolate, the more chocolate the better.

    Happy belated Valentine’s Day!

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    • You’re brave or you really like surprises. I wish I were like that, but I need to know what’s inside, even if it is surrounded by chocolate. Happy belated V-Day to you too! I can’t wait to hear about the San Francisco Writer’s Conference.

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  40. Funny–I liked the chocolate covered cherries and hated the coconut. We should have gotten together and shared.

    These days, I don’t like any of the candy I ate in childhood. Candy, in general, is not my favorite thing. But now and then, at a really, really good chocolate shop where they’re making everything fresh from honest-to-goodness cream, butter and high quality chocolate, I can’t resist a nibble of a chocolate turtle (carmel and nuts covered in milk chocolate).

    The turtle sundae was always my favorite at the Dairy Queen, too.

    But why did they call it turtle?

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  41. I don’t personally eat candy, but Muesli is probably the closest substitute for me. I love all the varieties — Swiss Birchermuesli, Tongan Muesli, Belgian Muesli, and so on. Okay, perhaps the only variety I’m really familiar with is the Swiss kind. But anyway, I can definitely relate to not wanting to eat anything that squirts liquid of any kind.

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    • I’m not a big candy eater either, Chris. I must say, your choice of Muesli as a substitute is quite healthy. Congratulations on the release of your album, very exciting!

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  42. Let’s admit it. We all still do this. For years it was See’s candy because that is what is big in southern California. For awhile I tried to cut into the piece with a paring knife, but not only does that let the candy I don’t eat dry out, it kind of ruins the one I decide to eat because one side is completely exposed. It would be easier if they just made all the candies with nuts and toffee and stuff like that and stopped making the ones that squirt and are sticky and fruity. 😉

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    • Ha ha! I don’t really eat candy anymore, but if I were, I’d still be pinching and it would be Sees. I liked Marylin’s technique of poking the bottom with a toothpick, but it might not expose the center as much as using a knife. I’m with you, if all chocolates were nuts and toffee, we could bite without fear.

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  43. No-brainer for me: very dark chocolate if it’s accompanying glass of dry red. Dark chocolate laced with sea salt, or chili pepper, or brickle, or almond…I’m pretty sure it’s dark chocolate with ANYthing except peanut butter! 😀

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    • When I do eat chocolate, it’s always dark. Yum…dark chocolate paired with chili pepper, I think I’d enjoy that. I’ve been on a Cayenne Pepper kick lately…putting it on everything. Thanks for the tip, Natine!

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