When Advent Chocolate Goes Wrong

The good people over at BoingBoing.net had a funny post about a mystery piece of chocolate that found it’s way into a 2011 advent calendar. As with most advent/chocolate calendars, there are 24 or 25 pieces of chocolate behind little doors (one for each day counting to Christmas).

From their post:

This looks vaguely skull-like, or an H.P. Lovecraft monster, maybe. I don’t know if the picture above is upside down, sideways or right side up. I have a feeling the readers of Boing Boing will be able to figure out what it is pretty quickly, though. And then it will snap into clarity. Or maybe not.

My guess is on a snake dragon-squirrel Santa Claus. Any thoughts as  to what it could possibly be?

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2 Responses to “When Advent Chocolate Goes Wrong”

  1. Randy 08. Dec, 2010 at 9:09 am #

    Hmmm … think I saw this chocolate somewhere else. It looks like someone had it to close to the chestnut-roasting-open-fire.

  2. Ashton 29. Dec, 2010 at 12:16 pm #

    Looks like a holly leaf to me.

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