by The Chocolate Dictionary

When someone who is already chocolatey in nature becomes even more chocolatey. George Clooney, for example, who, with his deep creamy voice, rich brown eyes and soft velvety smile, becomes even more chocolatey when in the company of women with long dark hair tumbling down like truffles, cupid’s bow lips as kissable as ganaches, curvaceous figures as pleasing to the eye as a chocolatier’s window diplay, and shiny tanned skin as smooth as expensive Belgian pralines.

Chocolatesque: Elisabetta Canalis becoming more chocolatey in the presence of George Clooney, and vice versa.