So one day when Alex and I were on the way back from the shop enjoying one of our many Cadbury’s Wishes. The child inside me assumed that Cadbury’s Wishes are called that because you have to make a wish when you eat them. So, I wondered aloud to Alex whether you make your wish when you take your first bite or you make your wish when you take the last bite. And Alex laughed and said, “You know, you should write to Cadbury’s and ask them.” So, I did. I wrote a handwritten letter to Cadbury’s asking them that very question; whether you make your wish when you take your first bite or when you take your last. I even put underneath my name, age 20, so they didn’t think I was like a 5 year old child just not not worth the reply. When I got home this morning there sitting on the kitchen counter for me was a reply

Dear Ms. Fletcher,

We conducted a poll around the office and suggest that you make your wish with the first bite which gives a little more time for the chocolate to work its magic.

Official! Magic chocolate that is! Magic, magic chocolate! You heard it here first.

1 year ago on January 10th | J | 51 notes