I would eat these myself more than I would sell them
@Gonoopnoop, they were one one of my few(by few I mean many) weaknesses in high school. After every class period whoever was selling them would look out for me in the courtyard and prey upon my addiction. I spent a solid $10 a day at least. No regrats
Dark chocolate is where its at
@Swolekage, dark chocolate is the shít man. I heard some bullshít about how its better for you too but who cares about that stuff it just tastes good
@Guy Fawkes, it is, when it contains no dairy. It is given to children in hospitals in Guatemala (that's where it is abundantly grown) to help them relax during asthma attacks. Also if you eat enough of dark chocolate, again with no dairy, you can actually get a sort of happy high.
These were so good when I was younger. Now the are barely any almonds in them.
I remember eating a whole bunch of these when I was 7 years old and was supposed to sell them to people. My parents were justifiability mad for having to pay $50 because I couldn’t contain urge to feast upon them.
@bigpreston216, I had to sell our local equivalents (Niagara Chocolates) one year. We had a massive snow storm out of no where that basically trapped me and my family in our house for a few days. We obviously hadn't stocked up on food, so that's the story of how my household lived off fundraiser chocolates for a few days.
I remember kids selling these. Thank God I never had to.
Almonds were the hardest for me to sell.