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Finally, we cover sex and D&D

ericcoleman has a poll over his journal about chocolate preference, which reminded me of this amusing conversation I had during Tuesday night’s D&D session.

Someone was offering around some Hersey’s 70% Cocoa dark chocolate squares, and it led to this exchange.

D: I’m a chocolate snob. I’ll only eat dark chocolate.
Me: Not me. I’m a chocolate slut. I prefer dark chocolate, but honestly, milk is fine. With caramel is fine. or crispy rice. or fruits and nuts. It’s all good.
D: Oh no, not me.
Me: I figure chocolate is like sex. Even when it’s bad, iiiiiiit’s still pretty good.
D & J (almost in unison): Oh, that’s not true.
Me: I dunno, I think it is.
D: Besides, I got spoiled by living in Europe for 2 years.
Me: (deadpan) Oh? The sex was that much better in Europe?

It took the party about five minutes to regain enough composure to continue.

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11 Comments

  1. Grin!

    And yes, the sex *is* much better in Europe, when are you coming over?

    Bring women! (And travellers cheques, though the cheques won’t be accepted *everywhere* … grin!)

  2. *BIG grin* 🙂

  3. [picks jaw up off floor in total admiration at your comedic timing]:-D

  4. You know, I read this earlier and somehow missed the title. I think you get bonus points for the Phil and Dixie referrence.

  5. I agree- it’s all pretty well good.

    But then again, I *did* move to Europe.

    After all, I have *standards*….. (hah!)

  6. Unfortunately, I’m not in my underwear, and I don’t have any truffles on hand.

  7. Gender Warrior hypothesizes: D and/or J are female. (Am I right?)

    And if so, I’d further anticipate that the “that’s not true” applies both to the idea that even bad chocolate is still pretty good *and* that even bad sex is still pretty good.

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