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  1. Fiona

    Don’t eat the chocolate.

    Don’t eat the cheese.



  2. Priyanka

    Never been a fan of toblerone and the funny thing is my cousins though they were cool because they liked toblerone!

    I am a moderately intuitive person and have managed to escape some wild incidents in college because of intuition.

  3. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Not a Toblerone fan here either. Those sticky little bits get stuck in my teeth. Also, that coconut cup is stalking my nightmares.

  4. msihua

    Errmmm…. don’t go to work is usually one of it.. hahahaha… i LIKE googly eye coconut 🙂

  5. Johanna GGG

    When mr coconut arrives at Toblerone HQ they will be very fearful and realise they have done a bad bad thing!!!

    Seriously, thanks for the warning – they just always suck us in with the temptation of trying a new flavour but sometimes it aint broken so why fix it?

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I have a shameful confession to make. I actually like Toblerone. I think it gets me one step closer to Heidi in the alps which was my favourite book.
    Oh and ahem this has happened to me. I mean what the? I was thinking why is she writing about what happened to me? 😛 ==>When you’ve just brushed your teeth but nevertheless find yourself with an open jar of peanut butter in your hand…

  7. Ada

    Smoke tree bark??? Haha never heard that one before! And, holy yum, that chcolate looks awesome. Too bad you didn’t really like it.

  8. Jess: cheshirekitykat

    That coconut cup seems to be haunting your blog… much like the ghost we have at my work… 😉 Always, always eat the snack that calls you, even after brushing your teeth. The only possible regret you could have would be if you forgot to brush your teeth a second time..

  9. Errign

    Yes, I have not listened to my intuition, usually due to one or twelve too many vodka red bulls at shady bars in Limerick, Ireland 😀

  10. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    I don’t know that kind of Toblerone chocolate, and after reading this, I’m not sure if I’d try it.

    I should have said no to the person who I dated two years ago. My intuition said no, but my ration told me not to prejudge people, and stupid me neglected my intuition. That guy stalked me for 1 1/2 years, and he wrote an 80 pages thread full of hatred and accusations on an internet forum about me (what I found out because he’d mentioned that forum once, and several months later I looked into there and saw it). I’m still shocked that somebody had such aggressive and destructive feelings towards me only because I didn’t like him the way he wanted me to. It really scared me and stressed me during that time.

  11. Tori

    My intuition told me, “Don’t get on the bike.”
    My drunky-drunkpants thoughts said, “Go ahead! Ride the bike down the street in the dark! It’ll be fun!”
    And that’s how I got an ugly scar and ruined a perfectly good pair of socks.

  12. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    YES!!! And I think the proof of that is in my now freakin’ dark brown hair 🙁 I should never have bothered going to the hairdresser!

  13. Kath Lockett

    Hmmmm that sounds like a pretty average effort from Toblerone and yet….. IN EIGHT DAYS I’LL BE LOOKING AT THE MOUNTAIN RANGE THAT INSPIRED THE CREATION OF THOSE CHOCOLATE TRIANGLES ….

    …. so maybe I’ll see if they have other offerings available in the land of their birth?

    EIGHT DAYS……..!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. Louise

    I think I discovered Toblerone as a teenager. I liked (and still do) the shape and the snapping off your own mountain. That part is clever. I don’t mind them, but don’t usually search it out these days. At least you’ve proved your intuition right, again, and tried a new chocolate- it’s always fun to read a post where you didn’t like it- I like the occasional grumpy pants ranting from you.

  15. Vaala ◪

    Oh god yes. But no, I’m not telling ’cause the only ones jumping to the top of my head are not blog-friendly. I’m sure I have others though…oh wait, last year. 11pm on a freezing cold Saturday night, deep in snow, during a race. Do we listen to our intuition and bail on leg 2 by take the dirt track to the hash house and start leg 3 instead or do we blunder up over the top of the mountain and try and finish leg 2? Did we listen? No we did not and consequently I got hyperthermia and we all got rather miserable. But it made for a legendary story which was still floating around at this year’s event.

  16. Susan

    Oh that’s a shame cause I love toblerone and it’s nougatty bits. My mum makes a great toblerone mousse which is wonderful.

  17. Megan@Dirty Dishes Daily

    My intuition and I have a love hate relantionship. It’s the thorn in my side that keeps me from drinking a big glass of orange juice shortly after brushing my teeth.

  18. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    I raaaarely regret on my intuition with things to eat. BUT there was a time when I got olive hummus and errrrr I just couldn’t eat it after one taste. I like the pb example–that’s more like it hehe.

  19. Margaret

    Gosh, I don’t like to see the word “sadness” in the title of your posts, but I guess disappointment over chocolate isn’t that bad in the scheme of things.
    At the moment, with everything I have to get done, I don’t have the brain power to come up with scenarios when I failed to listen to my intuition…
    I do know that a spoonful of peanut butter is a cure for all sorts of ailments though! 😉

  20. penny aka jeroxie

    So many times but then there are times, it came through by not listening to myself. Get another bar of better chocolate!

  21. JoLynn-dreaminitvegan

    Hi Hannah! I just found your blog through another blog.
    I remember Tolberone and eating it a couple of time when I was younger, I liked it then.

    Over the years I used to fight my intuition about people. I like to look at the good in people even though my intuition told me that their was something n0t right about that person or that they weren’t trustworthy or something. I always ended up being right. Now if I get a certain feeling about someone I just go with it.

  22. Rach

    Ah so many good choices you’ve made, girl! 🙂

    Go get more chocolate!

  23. Julia @ Boredom Abounds

    Oh, I know, the honeycomb Toblerone is sooo disappointing! Honeycomb is pretty much my favourite thing in the world, but I tried this once and it so wasn’t worth it (and I say that as someone who doesn’t mind the odd Toblerone every know and then).

  24. Rice Kernel

    Thanks for the warning! We happen to be Toblerone fans. Has much to do with that triangle mountain. This afternoon, I thought it would be a great idea to snuggle with my toddler. He’d just fallen asleep in his stroller and I figured I could extract him and put him into bed with me… intuition should have taken over. He woke. He cried. We both suffered. At least it’s bedtime now.

  25. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Hannah I so love your posts 🙂 ok, yes I fail to liten to my intuition often when it comes to pushing myself. & then i get sick. boo! But *shhhh* I like toblerone, the regular kind 🙂 totally get what you mean though, from a quality perspective. It aint up there. But I totally like it hehe.
    Heidi xo

  26. Melinda

    Too bad about the Toblerone- love the coconut eyes watching lol!

  27. hungryandfrozen

    No matter my intuition, I can never quite eat till I’m just comfortably not-hungry – I always seem to cross the threshold to “so full I want to cry”. C’monnn intuition!

    Sorry to hear about the disappointing toblerone, may the future have lovely chocolate in store for you!

  28. windycityvegan {Chew on This!}

    My intuition told me “There’s no way you’ll get pregnant on the first try, so go ahead and make plans for the next several months, like registering for a marathon and purchasing a plane ticket for a trip that would be in the (alleged) third trimester!”

    Whoops. My kiddo was expensive from day one, literally.

  29. Agnes

    Look Hannah, you’re wrong about this. Toblerone rocks. I mean, they have a BEAR IN THEIR LOGO. Just admit that your taste buds are flawed, and we can move on.

  30. Christine (Merf)

    Now I have “private eyes are watching you” stuck in my head. Thanks.