Discounted Easter Chocolate That Never Quite Sold…

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10 Comments on “Discounted Easter Chocolate That Never Quite Sold…”

  1. Deb Says:

    Hey, I’d like to see all those fluffy easter bunnies replaced by Jo Jo the Easter Slug!

  2. Brett Legree Says:

    I’d eat the Caillou Head, but only if it had a caramel brain centre.

  3. Eyeteaguy Says:

    You forgot the steaming pile of chocolate turd.

  4. XUP Says:

    What’s the difference between the hydrogen nucleus and saturn exactly?

  5. Friar Says:

    The Slime version of Jo Jo is even tastier!

    Sorry…Caillou’s head is full of cheese curds (you know…to make poutine later on).

    I was going for the more subtle approach.

    No difference, really.

    Saturn is basically left-over hydrogen nucleus. They added the ring to help it sell..

  6. Brett Legree Says:

    Is that clam image “safe for work”?


  7. Friar Says:


    Yes….it’s the beardless variety. 🙂

  8. Donald Mills Says:

    Ah ha ha…

    that’s too damned funny Friar. Love the Caillou head and Large Colon. Can’t imagine why the didn’t sell chocolate hot cakes.

  9. Friar Says:


    Chocolate Hot Cakes would probably have been too “Normal”.

    God knows, they have the stupidest Easter Chocolate these days.

    When I was a kid, it was mainly bunnies and maybe the odd chocolate rooster.

    Today they have Dora the Explorer, Nascars, Spongebob and even soccer balls.

    (And no, I’m not making those up!)

    That’s yet one more thing wrong, with today’s kids!

  10. trishothinks Says:

    “Jo Jo” the Easter slug? How do you think of such things? No, wait….I don’t want to know. Too funny!


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