The Many Interpretations of a Box of Chocolates

Forest Gump: “Life is like a box of chocolates.”

Austrian: “Forest, you have a mother fixation, do you knot?”

Australian: “I wonder how that would go with a vegamite sandwich.”

American: “Bet you can’t eat just one.”

Ronald Reagan: “As long as those chocolates have jelly beans inside.”

George W. Bush: “That’s some shock and awe you’ve got in that box of chocolates, Forrest.”

Julia Child: “Let’s souffle those chocolates. It’s the French way, you know.”

Tim Burton: “I use Johnny Depp as one of those chocolates.”

FDR: “We have nothing to fear from chocolates but fear itself.”

Lincoln: “Four score and seven years ago our forefathers brought forth a new box of chocolates and they were of the chocolates, by the chocolates and for the chocolates.”

The Beatles: “We all live in a box of chocolates…. All you need is chocolates, chocolates are all you need.”

Hamlet: “To eat chocolates or not to eat chocolates. That is the question.”

Juliet: “Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art my chocolates, dear Romeo.”

Richard III: “It is the chocolate of our discontent.”

Hemingway: “The Old Man and the Box of Chocolates”.

Dickens: “It was the best of chocolates. It was the worst of chocolates.”

Bulwer-Lytton: “It was a dark and stormy box of chocolates.”

Field of Dreams: “Get the chocolates and they will come.”

Business: You buy the chocolates, you sell the chocolates.

Economics: The supply and the demand of chocolates.

The Bible: In the beginning, there were chocolates.

Ingmar Bergman: “Yes, but what is death?”

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