12 thoughts on “Saving The Best For Last

  1. lottesometimes says:

    I have the same issue. I am currently hogging a big box of matcha kitkat from Japan.

    • Tze says:

      …And that’s an actual cliché example! XD I just know I’ll end up doing the same when/if I order from J-list for the first time (the flavours they offer! *_*)…

      • lottesometimes says:

        I just love love love matcha anything. but mostly chocolate! I had some matcha coated chocolate nuggets when I went to Tokyo, and I could eat a whole bag all by myself every day. The KitKats a colleague brought me from a work trip. I gave her all the leftover change I had, and said to buy whatever she could get with that, so now I have a giant box of chocolate sitting in my fridge. But I am super precious about them and only eat one tiny bar a week.

        • Tze says:

          Matcha-covered chocolate nuggets?! @_@ Holy *beep* that sounds dangerous! Haha make them last until your colleague visits Japan again! We also had strawberry KitKats in Germany a couple of years ago, covered in white chocolate. They were meh…

      • lottesometimes says:

        btw I also bought the strawberry kitkat when I went, and that one I really wouldn’t recommend.

  2. Moom says:

    You know what will happen if you stick the part of the label saying “Expiration date: see [vague description of a location somewhere on the package]” into an open fire? Elfish runes will appear that read:

    [i]One date to rule us all, one date that’s hard to find on the package,
    One date to make us worry all and leaves us in darkness guessing if it binds us or not.[/i]

    • Tze says:

      Hahahaha, first time I hear that one! :D I guess in the end, mould is the one true master that decides whether something gets eaten or not (okay, maybe not always)…

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