A chocolagram is an anagram that reveals the underlying Milk Tray Approach in a brand, variety or characteristic of chocolates. As with all anagrams some meanings take longer to uncover than others, but it is significant that words such as lace, bra and thong are so frequently found: it reflects the extent to which chocolates have embraced the language of seduction; it feeds the notion that chocolates have aphrodisiac properties; and it demonstrates the significance of the link between chocolates and lingerie: the ribbons, tissue layers and little frilly cups of chocolate packaging are symbolic of the pretty underclothes we have to ‘undress’ to get to the sweetness underneath; and the little swirls, waves and scallops etc. used to differentiate one centre from another are redolent of the decorative edging found on knickers, camisoles and bras.
A few examples:
Black Magic Selection = citing some black lace
Nestlé Dairy Box = a sexily torn bed
After Eights = great fetish
Passion Fruit Fondant = and a sin is oft upfront
Cinnamon Ganache = oh, meaning cancan?
Thorntons Continental = lo! instant horn content
A Chocolate Orange = echo to a carnal ego
Praline Hearts = at/near her lips
House of Dorchester = ooh, her soft seducer
Honeycomb Ingot = Boo! My nice thong
Burnished Nut Brulée = under her nubile bust
Box of Terry’s All Gold = got foxy Loll’s red bra