Would you rather drink:
55% - Hot Chocolate
45% - Chocolate Milk
🦜 Best darn responses.
Hot Chocolate: Hot cocoa is real utility player. Great hot, but if I want chocolate milk, just have to throw it in the fridge for a while. Win-win. - @ericisinKY
Chocolate Milk: Oh yeah, who doesn't love a bunch of fake chocolate sludge at the bottom of your mug. No thanks. I'll take the real stuff—straight from the chocolate cow. - Earl
Hot Chocolate: well to be more specific, i'd mix the chocolate cocoa with my coffee and have a mocca. i'm not into milk much. i prefer cream in my coffee. i'm not denying dairy, just don't have a love of milk. - @joibrooks
This is the exact type of out of the box thinking that makes us love you all so much. - Chris
Chocolate Milk: Too many horrifically traumatising memories of hot chocolate burning my tongue. - @ando_tweets
Hot Chocolate: You're making this really hard, but I'm going to have to go with hot chocolate because it's excellent with Irish Cream and popcorn and marshmallows. And if you forget it for a little bit you end up with chocolate milk anyway. - @carinslater
Chocolate Milk: Get ready for this one, it's a beauty. Seriously... I've missed you Zach. - Chris
So I don't know if you've ever heard of Max Brenner, but, hoo boy, if you ever go to NYC and you're looking for a glimpse into what "death by chocolate" actually means, get ready to greet the Grim Reaper himself with a steamy gravy boat of delicious diabetes.
I'll tell my experience and why I can't ever do hot chocolate again; Max Brenner is a breakfast joint where their main focus is chocolate. They're specialty is an array of different types of hot chocolate catered to all different tastes. If you've got a thing for spicy chocolate, they've got you covered.
I was in NYC for my mother in law's birthday and we all went there for breakfast. My penchant is peanut butter. I ordered their peanut butter infused hot chocolate and some kind of goat cheese omelette. It was never even touched. As a kid, I had a prodigious craving for sweets. I still do, but I used to, too (RIP Mitch). I just have it under control now.
The gravy boat of hot choccy came to the table and I gulped this sweet, nearly syrupy concoction way too quickly. It was nirvana. Little did I know that this was simply a trap. My pancreas was not prepared. My bloodstream was invaded by a Spartan army of sugar. My heart raced like I was escaping the police for a murder that I did not commit. I thought I wasn't going to be able to propose next weekend to my now wife because she would be attending my funeral next
The eggs came... I think. I only sipped water and fought to stay conscious. I went back to the Airbnb and slept off the sugar spike until we went to a place called Mission China for dinner, where I had wings so spicy I met my ancestors. That is a story for another day.
To summarize, I can't drink hot chocolate anymore. If I do drink chocolate milk, its Fairfield ultra filtered milk where it has less sugar and more protein. - @zacheryRose5
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