Behold chocolate Rob.
Looks more like Beethoven, but who cares: you can win it.
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That’s not Rob. That’s Sherlock Holmes! WRONG MOVIE SWEETHEART. Tho… now I want chocolate.
Haha, good thing I have been eating chocolate for the past two days … Note to anyone chocolate and Oreo lover out there, take an entire thing of Oreo’s and food processor them down to nothing, then take that and mix it with an 8 oz. container of softened cream cheese. Now roll into one inch balls and put in fridge to let stiffen up. Then melt a bag of white chocolate morsels, you’ll probably end up needing two, but do one at a time. Then dip then Oreo balls in the chocolate and let stand to harden, and you’ll have awesomeness. I cannot eat just once, hence causing a constant fulliness and sugar overload. Now back to comment … I agree with you apple and DCMA Queen, that looks NOTHING like Rob. It is about as made as Madame What’s Her Face attempt at making him out of wax.
NOT ROB. At all. It’s like some weird version of a dude with really big hair and a wicked bad eye twitch who WANTS to be Rob. You know. I would win it, just so I could like… throw it off a bridge.
Seriously, she could have tried a little harder, couldn’t she? It doesn’t look anything like him…
LMAO … instead of throwing it off a bridge Kacy you should throw a Quileute beach style bonfire and melt the sucker.
Yes, but could you find a graham cracker and marshmallow big enough? Of course you could chivel the sucker down to smaller pieces. Haha, it would be more like a fondue, you could place the wanna be Edward head of chocolate in a pot over the fire and then once melted, dip whatever your heart desires inside.
Are you kidding me? I’d still so eat it. It’s chocolate. But I wouldn’t show it off to my friends saying, “look it’s Rob!”
I don’t know if I could bring myself to eat something that looked like Edward Cullen, then again it doesn’t, so this may be the one circumstance.
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