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Outside: Round with 3 sets of 3 lines; resembles a strangely edible and delectable volleyball.
Outside: Same as Udder Delights just darker.
Outside: Round, decorated with a spiral swirl.
Outside: Round with dark striations.
Outside: Round, dusted with cocoa.
Outside: Round, with white chocolate striations.
Outside: Milk chocolate with peanut fragments.
Outside: Milk chocolate rectangle with dark chocolate striations.
Outside: Rectangular, decorated with a diagonal mark.
Outside: Rectangular with two hazelnuts on top; resembles a camel.
Outside: Round, dusted with confectioner"s sugar; resembles a snowball.
Outside: Round, dark truffle shell with white striations.
Beware of spontaneous consumption.
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