Je suis fou de Chocolate Lanvin!
I’m crazy over Lavin Chocolate!
Much of the chocolate consumed today is made into bars that combine cocoa solids, fats like cocoa butter, and sugar. Chocolate has become one of the most popular flavours in the world. Chocolate lovers are known as “chocoholics.”
Chocolate comprises a number of raw and processed foods that originate from the seed of the tropical cacao tree. It is a common ingredient in many kinds of confections such as chocolate bars, candy, ice cream, cookies, cakes, pies, chocolate mousse, and other desserts. It is one of the more popular (or at least recognizable) flavours in the world.
A bikini or two-piece is a type of women’s swimsuit, characterized by two separate parts: one covering the breasts, the other the groin (and optionally the buttocks), leaving an uncovered area between the two garments. The shapes of both parts of a bikini closely resemble women’s underwear, and the lower part of a bikini can therefore range from the more revealing thong or g-string to briefs and the more modest square-cut shorts.
In 1995, Snickers launched a website to support its sponsorship of Euro ’96, a pan-European football tournament. The website was groundbreaking in soliciting match previews and reviews from its visitors, who generated some 4,000 match reports, and the website won various international design, advertising and online community awards.
In the early 2000s, deep fried candy bars (including Snickers, and Mars bars) became quite popular at U.S. state fairs and in pubs around the U.K. and Australia, although they had been a local specialty in some North of England and Scottish fish and chip shops since at least the mid-1990s.
Mr. T (born Laurence Tureaud on May 21, 1952) is an iconic actor known for his roles as Sgt. “B. A.” Baracus in the 1980s television series The A-Team, as boxer James “Clubber” Lang in the 1982 film Rocky III, and for his numerous appearances in the WWF and pro-wrestling. He is also well-known for his distinctive mohawk hairstyle and for wearing an excessive amount of gold jewelry. He currently stars in the reality show I Pity the Fool, shown on TV Land; the title of which comes from his Rocky III catchphrase.
He has also appeared on some Comcast commercials, and in the United Kingdom advertises the chocolate bar Snickers with the slogan “Get some nuts!”
Snickers is a candy bar made by Mars, Incorporated. It consists of peanut butter nougat topped with roasted peanuts and caramel covered with milk chocolate. Snickers is the best selling candy bar of all time and has annual global sales of US$2 billion.
The 1920s saw Nestlé‘s first expansion into new products, with chocolate the company’s second most important activity.
Russia was one of a first countries to ever adopt driver’s licences, with first ones issued in 1900 by Saint-Petersburg authorities, and joined international convention in 1909, but due to relatively small number of automobiles these attempts were rather sporadic and limited to major centers only. No comprehensive system of drivers’ licensing were present until 1936, when Soviet government finally organized and standardized traffic and driving regulations, with this state-wide system to be regulated by specialized police authorities.
Nesquik is a milk flavoring mix that was developed in the U.S. by 1948, and introduced there as Nestlé’s Quik. In the 1950s, it was launched in Europe as Nesquik. In countries using the “Quik” term (including the U.S. and Australia), the name was changed to the worldwide brand “Nesquik” in 1999.
Farfel the Dog was a hound dog puppet that appeared in commercials for Nestlé’s Quik from 1953 to 1965. Farfel, with assistance from ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson and fellow puppet Danny O’Day sang “N-e-s-t-l-e-s, Nestlé’s makes the very best, chocolate.”
Danny sang:”N-e-s-t-l-e-s, Nestlé’s makes the very best… Farfal sang: Chawk-lit!
Jimmy Nelson tells the story that he was nervous when he performed for the Nestle’s sponsors in the audition and his finger slipped off the control for Farfel’s mouth which caused it to shut with a loud “clap”. When he did the song for them again he was careful not to let his finger slip and was told they liked the version with the clap at the end and was asked to leave it in.