Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Attn: Canadians

You do many things well, but after tasting these 'Tastefully Canadian Macadamia Nut Chocolates', it would appear that making chocolate is not one of them. Let the Hawaiians specialize in the macadamia-nut chocolates. They do it exceptionally well; you will always be compared to them and you will always fail. Even when you put them in the shape of your beloved maple leaf and place a picture of a moose on the box this does not make your creation taste better. A better confection: maple-sugar maple leafs. Think about that for a minute.

See, doesn't that make more sense? You produce more than 80% of the world's maple syrup and about 0% of the world's macadamia nuts. Maple is your strength. Use it.

I'm looking forward to tasting and enjoying your maple-based confections.


Lady Steed

ps: please contact me about any free samples
pps: please consider getting a better designer for your packaging
ppps: seriously, did you just take the bikini woman off the wrapper and glue on a moose?


Blogger Miss Hass said...


Thursday, July 10, 2008 4:42:00 AM  
Blogger Scott and Cindy said...

We totally have maple candies in the shape of a maple leaf! We finished off our last one a few weeks ago, otherwise I would have sent it over :). As far as the chocolate goes, Canadian chocolate IS much better than American chocolate (less wax to name one benefit and real CADBURY or BERNARD CALLEBOT to name a few others). You should check out a real representation: "Wunderbar" or "Oh Henry Peanut Butter". Also we have real licorice that is to die for and Mackintosh caramel...mmmmmm.

Friday, July 11, 2008 9:36:00 AM  
Blogger Peter V. Hilton said...

Haha--stumbled over your site via Theric. Thought this post was hilarious. Keep writing!

Tuesday, August 26, 2008 8:37:00 PM  

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