Chocolate Lovers Quotes

Quotes tagged as "chocolate-lovers" (showing 1-8 of 8)
Tara Sivec
“I am plenty romantic. Just this morning while he slept, I had left Carter a box of his favorite candy next to his pillow - Globs: piles of white chocolate covered, crushed potato chips and pretzels drizzled with caramel. I figured it would soften him up to the note I placed next to the box telling him if he left the toilet seat up one more time and my ass got an involuntary bath at six in the morning, I would put super glue on the head of his penis while he slept. I had even signed the note with a couple of Xs and Os. Who says romance is dead?”
Tara Sivec, Futures and Frosting

Tara Sivec
“Aaarrggg, ahoy me matey, thars a great grand vagina over yonder." Penises talk like pirates when I'm drunk.”
Tara Sivec, Seduction and Snacks

Meghan Ciana Doidge
“I might be able to walk away from sexy, dangerous shifters, but chocolate had me at its beck and call.”
Meghan Ciana Doidge, Trinkets, Treasures, and Other Bloody Magic

Amit Kalantri
“Some people when they see cheese, chocolate or cake they don't think of calories.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

J.K. Rowling
“Entonces pensó con amargura que sería más fácil renunciar al chocolate si su existencia no fuera tan estresante.”
J.K. Rowling, The Casual Vacancy

“I'm the official unofficial reporter.”
I.B. Nosey

Ruth Reichl
“I know you're a chocolate lover. I can always tell. I'm about to temper the chocolate. I have my own method; want to watch?"
"Could I?" Inside my head, a little voice was reminding me that I had to get back to the office, but it was drowned out by the scent of chocolate, which flooded all my senses with a heady froth of cocoa and coffee, passion fruit, cinnamon and clove. I closed my eyes, and for one moment I was back in Aunt Melba's kitchen with Genie.
I opened them to find Kim dancing with a molten river of chocolate. I stood hypnotized by the scent and the grace of her motions, which were more beautiful than any ballet. Moving constantly, she caressed the chocolate like a lover, folding it over and over on a slab of white marble, working it to get the texture right. She stopped to feed me a chocolate sprinkled with salt, which had the fierce flavor of the ocean, and another with the resonant intensity of toasted saffron. One chocolate tasted like rain, another of the desert. I tried tracking the flavors, pulling them apart to see how she had done it, but, like a magician, she had hidden her tricks. Each time I followed the trail, it vanished, and after a while I just gave up and allowed the flavors to seduce me.
Now the scent changed as Kim began to dip fruit into the chocolate: raspberries, blackberries, tiny strawberries that smelled like violets. She put a chocolate-and-caramel-covered slice of peach into my mouth, and the taste of summer was so intense that I felt the room grow warmer. I lost all sense of time.”
Ruth Reichl, Delicious!

Wayne Gerard Trotman
“As long as there is chocolate, there will be happiness.”
Wayne Gerard Trotman