my world and welcome to it
You cracked before me - I still haven't opened mine (after a year?)! I hope the chocolate is as well preserved (comparatively speaking) as a 2000+-year-old mummy when it's unwrapped.
Lol. Where did you manage to find that? I suspect you might have an inbuilt chocolate radar.By the way, I came across your Hobbit Film companion book in Morrisons today - on a special promotional stand.
Hahahaha, you are incorrigible!
I've got one of those! But mine has pencils in it, no chocolate. ; )
Sheila – Ah, but I haven't cracked! I only took a photo and then put it back in its mummy-case!! :)SharonM – Where did I find it? Same place as Sheila (see above) in the gift shop at the British Museum – I thought it was a genuine artifact they hadn't got room for! ;)Eudora – I'm also a chocoholic!Susan D-L – Yes, I've seen those with, I think, hieroglyph-decorated pencils. Nice but not as nice as ours because if Sheila and I ever get around to eating our 3000 BC Egyptian chocolate we can then keep our pencils in them!
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