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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Thomas Veil, Jul 9, 2009.
I have to say it:
Parting is such sweet sorrow.
I saw this earlier today and thought about posting… but somehow it just seemed in bad taste to make fun.
If he had survived on the other hand.
Kicker is, working full time in a chocolate factory, he probably didn't like chocolate all that much.
obviously will be a bad batch
Sounds like a scene out of "Who's Killing the Great Chefs of Europe."
death by chocolate - what a way to go.
So does that mean there is some very cheap chocolate for sale?
I do hope nobody nibbled off his ears.
Bearing in mind it's Hersheys a hint of human corpse can only improve the flavour
bet his mum said " too much chocolate will kill ya "
One Flew Over the Cocoa's Nest.
I read this on the Fudge Report.
lol that's a good one!
well least he does not have to worry about Chocolate rotting his teeth or spoiling his Tea now
but in all - what a way to go! poor git
Its sort of a bitter sweet moment.
It's a story with a soft centre.
Let's hope he didn't work in a Reese's factory.
Wrong, so wrong!
No shizzle, I tried some Hershey chocolate while over in New York and it tasted like puke (literally). You know when you throw up in your mouth a little bit? Like that! It's nasty!
You guys are disgusting.
We'd probably taste better if we were covered in chocolate.
Poor bugger . And yes, poor show all.
Lighten up guys. There's nothing wrong with a little dark chocolate humor.
I dunno, I usually eat the eyes first..
Really though that's pretty horrible.
+1, nothing wrong with a dark sense of humor...just saying!
Reminds me of that greeting card with the two chocolate Easter rabbits, one with his tail missing and the other with his ears already nibbled off.
Rabbit one: "My butt hurts."
Rabbit two: "What?"
I can't believe I am posting to this thread. That guy's accident was a horrible way to die and a horrible thing for his co-workers and family to cope with.
I wonder if there was any chocolate in the after-eulogy-get-together.
"This chocolate tastes kind of...different."
I wonder if they had to eat him out or if they just decided to bury him like this.
On a serious note, you would think if they're working 9 feet above the vat that some sort of safety harness would have to be worn to stop a fall like that.