Saturday, December 26, 2009

huh?


I don't usually associate the word "cold" with comfort. Or, actually, chocolate. I have no idea what this has to do with the snapples in this case. Thanks, Kate.

4 comments:

mackthewriter said...

I'd say they're offering cold comfort, as in "quite limited sympathy, consolation, or encouragement" (see Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary), except in that case the quotations would go around "comfort" . . . I think.

deckardcanine said...

I think they mean chocolate that will make you feel better when you have a cold.

toep said...
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toep said...

maybe they mean frozen; i love me my dark chocolate straight out of the freezer.