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Aha! That's what's missing in this house! We have several "Eiffel Towers," but not a chocolate one! I shall have to rectify the situation immediately! You're already celebrating All Hallows Eve...but we aren't there yet. You have maybe heard of how our crazies believe there's a war on Christmas in this country and so they want to put Christ back in Christmas. But I got to thinking, All Hallows Eve was a religious holy day to celebrate those dearly departed saints in the faith. See what it has become!!! I think we need to put the "Hallow" back into Halloween!I'm just kidding around! Joking! Ok?
I wouldn't want to eat the whole Eiffel Tower, but I wouldn't mind a nibble.
Oh how I would love a chocolate anything. They look delicious.
All Souls day and then All Saints Day.
Lots of chocolates! :)So cute and creative idea for Halloween delicious treats there!Léia
I wouldnt want to eat it! I have a huge Eiffel towel of Olive Oil that I never want to use. xxxx
I would eat anything made of chocolate, a (model) Eiffel Tower included!
I would like one very much, s'il vous plais.
Now that is what I call "treats".
Now that's what a call a 'tower of chocolate'. Too many calories for me. Have to keep my girlish figure, ya know.
That's the perfect shape to eat chocolate in; you can just break off bite sized pieces and make your way through it!Thank you for your comment - how I wish that were true - but no.
I'm not particular about the shape of my chocolate, only the taste. :-)
Do they have them in dark chocolate??
Happy All Saints Day.The Israel TV showed a fashion show (in Paris maybe?) of models wearing chocolate dresses.
I would, I would! :-D
I will take one if it's dark chocolate. I just don't like milk chocolate anymore... too sweet.
en effet la tour eiffel et Halloween, c'est bizarre, il faudrait qu'un jour il déguise la tour eiffel. Je sais pas sur Versailles, mais sur Evry rien pour Halloween
I'm surprised to see Halloween is celebrated in France!
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