Wonderful Chocolate only available in the US at Easter time.

Wonderful Chocolate only available in the US at Easter time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cadbury.

A candy found in the good old USofA ONLY at Easter time. Many people, even in America do not realize this simple but true fact and to what extent we are thoroughly gypped in this area of candy bliss. As well, we are also stuck with the cream eggs which really aren’t the most attractive or tasteful Cadbury product you can buy. WHAT GIVES???
The Good citizens of America DO NOT have a clue what they are missing not being able to have a Dairy Milk bar and all the assortments of such: Turtle, Nut, Mint, and the like.
I really don’t need to say anything else, But for fun, lets analyze this word beginning with the first syllable. CAD> Cad… Several meanings that we can place in direct relation to this candy.

CAD.. Computer Aided Design.
Which is something I am sure they had to utilize to make the wrappings on these precious candies less attractive than whats inside. Because I must say, if I had my druthers, I wouldn’t waste a drop of this candy, including the wrapper. Its just that “aluminium” (because the Irish DON’T say aluminum) tends to give you that “fingers on the chalkboard” feeling when you chew it. Therefore, its semi easy to throw away that part of the wrapping,  but the paper with the pictures on it is still tempting.

CAD… Coronary Artery Disease. This goes without saying. However, I will say it. This definition goes along well with this candy. Its something I could easily end up with if I ate the amounts I wanted to. I’m sure there are many a Cadbury induced clog or two if they really analyzed the contents of the vessels.

CAD

  1. ungentlemanly man: a man whose conduct, especially toward women, (in this case we will change “women” to “chocolate”) is considered unscrupulous or dishonorable
  2. smallest piglet: the smallest or weakest piglet in a litter (which would be the person who obviously was NOT eating all the Cadbury)

OK. I believe anything that could be said about the origin of the first syllable has been voiced. Lets move on.

BURY.

Bury is a town in Greater Manchester, England. It lies on the River Irwell, 5.5 miles east of Bolton, 5.9 miles west-southwest of Rochdale, and 7.9 miles north-northwest of the city of Manchester. Which makes perfect sense since the origin of Cadbury is England but proudly served at any food store counter in Ireland complete with 4 leaf clover on the wrapper. Bury: What will happen to you when the CAD (coronary artery disease) portion of the candy violates you enough after you have made a  ungentlemanly large piglet out of yourself.