Someday my prince will come…
And my tsundere, and my yandere, and my megane, and my yuuki yomenai…
I will not be satisfied with anything less than a reverse harem.
Sometimes I wonder why people buy milk chocolate when dark chocolate is readily available.
I know this one.
It is because milk chocolate is clearly superior!
1 2 3 FIGHT
Comparing milk chocolate to dark chocolate is like comparing Tylenol to Percocet, wonderful Percocet. It’s like comparing watered down beer to a fine whiskey, neat. If what you are after is chocolate, why are you diluting it so much?
What I am after is not the most technically accurate ‘chocolate’ but EXCELLENCE, which milk chocolate embodies most fully and inspires most entirely. This is why, whenever this debate has been staged in the past, the raging giant dragon bred on milk chocolate always defeats dark chocolate’s peeved medium champion.
y’all lose cause white chocolate’s the best the end
I went out for a walk and came back to find dragons had been thrown into the debate. You can’t just claim dragons for the side of milk chocolate.
Dark chocolate is rich and dreamy and you can pair it with wine or liquor. Dark chocolate is what I associate with high end candy bars, mixed with black currants or sea salt, hazelnuts or chili pepper (chili dark chocolate is seriously good, and frankly if dragons like chocolate, this is their choice). Milk chocolate is what I associate with middling generic candy bars like Snickers. Granted, I am not saying milk chocolate is garbage and there are some milk chocolate candies I enjoy (a do enjoy me a Chunky). But any candy bar that is also available in a dark chocolate option, that option is always the better choice.
White chocolate is good, too! The fact that I don’t consider it chocolate (sorry, I said it) means I do not even consider it a part of the debate.
Rich, delicious chocolate or diluted, mediocre chocolate?
Well, you’re free to like the later, but I will not be swayed.