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When is a product just too good to share?

I got a little box of sushi for lunch the other day, along with a bunch of other stuff.  I threw an attractive chocolate bar alongside my order.  I took the chocolate back to the office, and opened it, with the intent to offer it around to the team.

As I turned the bar over to unwrap it, I was shocked that I’d spent $5.95 for a chocolate bar.  I took a somewhat disgruntled, even skeptical, bite—wondering how it could possibly be worth that much money.

It was.  All plans for sharing the chocolate slipped right out of my head.  I nibbled away at half the bar, and carefully wrapped up the remainder for future enjoyment.

Here’s the product that was too good to share:

The chocolate is rich and pleasant...but the addition of the Pasilla chille and Cayenne pepper is what makes this chocolate bar too good to share.

The chocolate is rich and pleasant...but the addition of the Pasilla chille and Cayenne pepper is what makes this chocolate bar too good to share.

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