Chocolate Related Quotes

I've got this thing for spicy stuff. Now, if you give me hot chocolate with chili pepper, a book and a bubble bath, I'm a happy girl.

Shiloh Walker

I love good food. For me, that means lots of green juice, salad, and good dark chocolate.

Stephanie Ellis

Men love women because they are the loveliest things on God's earth. Women love men because chocolate can't mow the lawn. Some men prefer to love other men. Equally, some women prefer to love other women. There is a word to describe this kind of behaviour. Love.

Guy Browning

I'll say it's not easy to keep yourself between 100 and 112 pounds every day of every month of the year. Especially for women. I'm a woman; once a month I retain water and I crave chocolate and sugar. Those are the toughest days.

Chantal Sutherland

What is this thing called a kiss? French, tongue, soul, chaste, motherly, fatherly, brotherly, sisterly, ass, genital, Judas, trembling, rough, hesitant, sweet, soft, wet, dying, fevered, good-night, farewell, burning, and chocolate.

Gilbert Sorrentino

My wife can't cook at all. She made chocolate mousse. An antler got stuck in my throat.

Rodney Dangerfield

Diets are a fool's errand. I eat something sweet every day, whether it's chocolate or a cookie. If I don't, I guarantee you that there's going to be a day every week when I'm going to stuff myself, especially if it's PMS time.

Evangeline Lilly

“GOD says there is cake on the counter. I know I didn't go to the store and I didn't see anyone leave the house....but if GOD says it's there, then it's there. Perhaps not in this "TIME" or the "time" I want it to be there...but I know it's there in spirit and it will be there in "time". ~ That's Faith ~ :) in a nutshell...”

Attica Lundy

“Writing this book was incredibly fun because I soaked in the bathtub, laid around eating chocolate in bed, cooked dinner for my family and read novels the whole time.”

Jane Smiley

Better than chocolate, being with you last night. Silly me, I thought that nothing was better than chocolate.

E. Lockhart